Michael`s Mystery by Linzé Brandon

It was time for the Lords of the High Council to step in when the Grandmaster of Kryane is accused of murdering his own people. They had little choice but to prevent the collapse of the whole magicians order, so they sent Michael to investigate the allegations. The people of the desert planet were an […]

“Write Every Day” – Simone Pond

Award-winning author of young adult dystopian fiction. Simone Pond is an award-winning author of dystopian fiction. Her current series includes The City Center, The New Agenda, The Mainframe, and The Torrent. She also has a short story series called Voices of the Apocalypse. She grew up in Kensington, Maryland—a small town just outside of Washington […]

Getting Personal … with Author Raymond Bolton

Today we welcome Author Raymond Bolton. Raymond divides his time between Santa Fe, New Mexico and Portland, Oregon. Prior to being published, he won several awards for his work. Most recently, under its working title, Renunciation, Awakening was a finalist in the Pacific Northwest Writers Association’s 2013 literary competition from among hundreds of entries from the […]

Getting Personal … with Author Michael Smith

Today we’re here to discover a fantasy writer, Michael Smith, author of The Road to Ascendance. As the author says, it’s a saga “with heroes and nightmare foes, themes of morality, religion, self-sacrifice, and the value of sentient life permeating each choice, each conflict, each miracle.” Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and a master’s degree […]

Getting Personal … with Simone Pond

This beautiful girl smiling at you from the page is Author Simone Pond. In 2013, Pond released The City Center, the first book in her dystopian fiction series. A fast-paced tale of love and adventure that will appeal to young adults and seasoned readers alike. The City Center is a bestseller in Amazon’s post-apocalyptic science fiction category and was the […]

A Scientist Envisioning Science Fiction

When I started writing I was too young to think of what I was doing and have moments of reflection on crafting a novel. My Dad received “Astounding Stories” and I wasn’t allowed to read the magazines but they did have astounding covers; I dreamed about them. Based on those covers, I created stories in […]

Getting Personal … with Misty Watts

Today we welcome on stage Author Misty Watts. Misty was born and raised in Cayce, a small farming town in West Kentucky. With very little to do in a small town, she let her imagination get the better of her and always dreamed of being a published author. She attended college at the University of […]

Getting Personal … with Author A.R. Taylor

Today we have the pleasure to discuss with author A. R. Taylor. She has published in the Los Angeles Times, the Southwest Review, Pedantic Monthly, The Cynic online magazine, the Berkeley Insider, So It Goes, the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Magazine on Humor, Red Rock Review, and Rosebud, among others. L. A.’s New Short Fiction […]

The Atomic Times… 50 Years to Write

Today we have the pleasure to have as a guest Michael Harris, one of the few remaining alive witnesses of nuclear explosions. Yes, more than one. His life might satisfy  the ego of multiple persons. He was a public relations executive at CBS for many years, eleven of them on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Michael […]

Getting Personal … with Tom King

Today we welcome sf author Tom King. Tom had three careers in his life: as a print journalist/editor, a federal archaeologist and a science fiction writer. Been married three times. Tom says: “Have three grown kids who are more ‘normal’ in society than I am. Have a couple of college degrees. And I love to spend […]

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