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Interview Sam Newsome Topics of conversation: His Book "Jackie" The Importance of Family Support His Medical Practice Working with the Prison System Becoming a writer

Interview G. E. Gardiner Topics of conversation: Gardiner's medical history Working with stroke survivors Virtual Structure Group Why he writes what he writes His Team

Interview Tiffany Turner Topics of conversation: Overcoming reading and writing problems through speech as a kid How teaching influenced her writing Fantasy and children today Issues children currently face Indie Publishing

Interview Ann Marie Kazutomi Topics of conversation: Ancient History & Fantasy Going Back to School Making your own happiness Importance of family support Taking criticism

Interview Carole P. Roman Topics of conversation: Is being an armchair traveler as exciting as actually going places. How do you pick countries? How the web has opened doors for self published authors. Can anyone do this? Where... more

nterview Jim Musgrave Topics of conversation: Why enhanced eBooks will be the future paradigm of digital reading. Why I made Steam City Pirates into an enhanced eBook. I am hosting a new BlogTalk radio show about Steampunk.... more

Interview Leona DeRosa Bodie Topics of conversation: How Illiteracy Drove her Life Choices Literacy and helping youth enhance their writing skills & FWA's Youth Writers Program Re-Engineering to Cope with the changing... more

Interview Carole P. Roman Topics of conversation: Is being an armchair traveler as exciting as actually going places. How do you pick countries? How the web has opened doors for self published authors. Can anyone do this? Where... more

Interview Jim Musgrave Topics of conversation: The future of reading electronically. Racism and anti-Semitism in the world. Independent versus commercial publishing. Steampunk fiction as a genre to work in.

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