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Author Interview: ‘Only: The Alex Conner Chronicles Book Three’ by Parker Sinclair

About the Book:

One would think the sassy, sexy hybrid Earthen Protector and Healer Alex Conner deserves some downtime after all she’s been through. But no. Instead, she finds herself trapped by the king of the Fae, and he’s not letting her go until he gets what he wants.As alternate realities tangle her in confusion and bring her close to forgetting who she is and everyone she loves, will she unwittingly give the king what he craves?

If she does escape, will she ever pick up where she left off with her sexy Adonis Ryan? And can she control the new power she never knew she could wield—one over life and death itself—or will she be entangled in a realm whose ruler is hell-bent on entrapping her and someone she holds dear, forever?

Only is the third book in the Alex Conner Chronicles, an Urban Adult Fantasy/Magical Realism Series with magic, heart, sensuality, & mystery

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you into writing?

My name is Parker Sinclair, and I have woven a fascinating web in my life so far. I’ll never trade my childhood full of backpacking and hiking around the United States; my love and pursuit of science and psychology where I studied marine mammals; a stint in party planning, my master’s in counseling; and now I’m a published author.

I’ve always been a writer, and I have stories from grade school still hidden away in my plastic bin (aka treasure chest) along with research papers, short stories, poetry, and a variety of book ideas. I think the summers camping, meeting new people, creating our fun through games, plays, reading countless books, and telling stories around campfires have aged like a fine wine in my memory. The stories are now pouring out of me!

2: Do you have a favorite time and place where you write?

I used to write at night after the kiddos fell asleep and just late enough to get a good 4-5 hours of sleep before I had to be at my counseling job at a local high school. I’ve been a night owl most of my life, but that was becoming dangerous for my mental health. Now that I’ve taken the leap to focus on my dream, I have slowly adjusted to daytime writing. My word count and imagination are usually at their best with a Marvel movie in the background or outside on my porch listening to nothing but the wind, birds, and the occasional dog barking.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

I’ve always loved reading, writing, and movies. The genres I am most drawn to are fantasy and Sci-fi. I spent a lot of time, and false starts, coming up with the Alex Conner series. I wanted a heroine who was both a powerful yet who also had her weaknesses and those moments when you just get frustrated with her. That’s life, that’s real, and it’s what I love about one of my favorite shows ever, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Now my YA novel, Eve of the Exceptionals (epic fantasy) came about with my hope to write a book to read to my kiddos, to bring around to the schools, and from my love for the classic fairy tales and fantasy quests like The Princess Bride.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

My first two books, Trust and Truth, had the most planning. Trust had a full outline, but it also took on a life of its own at times. Truth had an immediate plot, but the side stories and twist that came to be were off the cuff and organic. Forbidden was purely on the go as well as Eve of the Exceptionals. Only was lightly planned out, but I went off script and new chapters and ideas found their way into the novel.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

My books cross over into many genres such as: Urban Adult Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Magical Realism, Suspense, & Epic Fantasy. My dad mainly read fantasy/sci-fi so our library was full of covers with dragons, glowing blue swords, and scantily clad women with pointy ears. At that time, the books I read were mainly by men, but now my own bookshelf is full of excellent female writers as well.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

This is such a fun question, and I’ve enlisted the help of some of my biggest fans to help answer it.

Alex: I’m thinking the lead in Ex Machina who is now in the new Tomb Raider movie, Alicia Vikander.

Sandra: Scarlett Johansson without a doubt! She’s a bombshell and plays both funny and compelling characters at the same time.

Ryan: Jason Momoa: Tall, dark, and handsome. Need I say more?

Logan: If I could have Tom Hardy as Logan I would be in awe! He’s a stellar actor, and nice to look at 😉

Justin: Ryan Gosling. He’d be great as the “safe” boyfriend who goes dark.

Valant: This one is tricky. Who to play the Demon? Bill Skarsgard perhaps or Taron Egerton.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favorite authors.

I used to binge read constantly, but then my own stories were churning in my head, which made it hard to read for a while. I have slowly been jumping back in for enjoyment and research. I want to continue to get better and reading helps me do just that.

When I was young, my first favorite author was Terry Brooks. I love the Harry Potter Novels and Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series. As I got older and got my hands on adult urban fantasy novels, they truly sparked my interest. Those books helped to solidify my idea for my main character, Alex, and that my story was acceptable—more than acceptable. My faves are Kim Harrison, Jeaniene Frost, Kelley Armstrong, & Cecy Robson. I’m also enjoying beta reading for other indie authors, and I’ve found such joy in helping my fellow writers in this capacity.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I am reading Kim Harrison’s The Turn & Across the Veil by Lisa Kessler.

9: What is your favorite book and why?

Running with the Demon by Terry Brooks. It was one of his first with a female lead, she was a young runner as I was, she did the impossible, and I felt I could as well. I have to also toss in The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s a large book and full of science and magic, and while I was trying to create my book, I didn’t seem to realize at the time that, duh, I could put my science and psychology education into each book. I thanked him for that over Facebook. It meant that much to my artistic craft.

10: What advice would you give to someone thinking about becoming a writer?

I’ve been volunteering quite a bit in my local schools and I have met some remarkable students in middle and high school for the last few months. There truly are some talented, budding authors in those schools. I told them just to write, free flow it, and not to worry about the perfect word or the perfect description at first. They just get the bones of the story down. That’s good advice for writers of all ages!

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?

I have a bunch of them! Thank you for giving me an opportunity to interview!

Webpage: www.parkersinclair.net

Blog: www.parkersinclair.net/blog

Purchase my books: www.parkersinclair.net/buy-a-good-book

Newsletter: www.parkersinclair.net/contact

FB group page: www.facebook.com/groups/236408996753314

Facebook Fan Page: www.facebook.com/ParkerSinclairbooks

Amazon Author Page: www.amazon.com/Parker-Sinclair/e/B00Q33GTQM

Instagram: @ParkerSinclairauthor

Twitter: @Parker_Sinclair

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/9860680.Parker_Sinclair

Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCWQE3qvMyB5DEZ9wwdz8rOQ

 

About the Author:

Parker Sinclair gives credit to the development of her imagination and passion for writing to multiple childhood destinations lacking indoor plumbing. While attending college, Ms. Sinclair studied biological sciences and psychology, specifically animal behavior, but her love has forever been to write. Since 2007, Ms. Sinclair has called Virginia Beach home where she is a licensed professional school counselor and a full-time writer, and finds time to write late into the night after her kiddos and in many cases, her husband are fast asleep.

Previous Books from Parker Sinclair:

Trust: The Alex Conner Chronicles Book One

Truth: The Alex Conner Chronicles Book Two

Forbidden: An Alex Conner Chronicles Novella

Eve of the Exceptionals

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Author Interview: ‘Loading: Life’ by E. N. Chaffin

About the Book:

Everyone has a special ability in Devi Omega. Everyone except Hero Leander, the official troublemaker of Class 1B. But his life gets even worse when he is partnered with Annie Mei Fields on a history project. Not only is she a straight-A student and the top Charisma-user of the school, but she is determined to make him do his part of the work. As they hit the books, though, they soon discover that an evil corporation is kidnapping teens in order to cure a deadly disease. Hero thinks the two shouldn’t get involved. That is until his only friend is also taken. Hero and Annie Mei put their lives on the line in order to save their world. But with gang attacks, drug deals, twisted corporate goons, and a teacher that won’t get off their case, these two unlikely fighters have little time to think about their next step. Can they save the world and still get a passing grade?

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I don’t know what would be really interesting about me. Right now I’m living with my parents and helping them raise two of my nephews and one of my nieces. I’m working nights, but want to leave the retail world for one that would allow me to write, sew, and spend time with people I love more. I got into writing when I was really young. When other kids were drawing, I was writing little stories about anime characters. (I later found out that was called fanfiction.) I just love telling stories and getting people to laugh, cry and love everything in their lives.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

I love writing in the mornings, right before everyone wakes up. The peace and quiet helps my raging mind think. (Along with my nephews and niece leaving me alone for one second so I can write.)

3: Where do your ideas come from?

Most just randomly pop into my head. If I get really excited about one, I’ll try to figure out the gist of the whole story. But if I can’t at the time, I set that idea aside and go to the next one. The best way for me to get one is just to ask “what if ____ was different right now?” Like, “What if a vampire was the cashier checking me out?”

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

I try to plan out as much of the story as I can before I write it. But, in all honesty, when the excitement takes hold of me, I just have to write! Even if it’s a scene that might not make it in the final story. I can only fully understand my world and characters when I spend time with them like that.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

My first book Loading: Life is a mix between science fiction and fantasy. But most of the books I’m writing fall into the fantasy genre. I blame all the anime I watch for loving this genre.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Dream cast? Hmm. Actually, I imagine my book being turned into an anime with my favorite voice actors, like Johnny Yong Bosch and Todd Haberkorn, playing my characters. I think that would give a great video game feel to it – something I was striving for with this book.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors.

Due to the curse of reading endless textbooks in college, I wasn’t able to read for enjoyment in a long time. But, in recent years, I’ve found that I love stories by Diana Wynne Jones and William Joyce.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

Right now I’m rereading Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. I plan on rereading the Guardians series by Joyce to gear up for the final book Jack Frost. I’m a sucker for fairy tale based stories.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

I would have to say Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. I have watched the Miyazaki film many times before and fell in love with Sophie and Howl. But when I found out that it was based on Jones’ book, I found a copy at the library and ate it up. Her writing style may seem “out-of-date” for some, but it brings the story to life! Like a grandmother telling her grandchildren about her life that just happened to have magic, wizards, and a mind-blowing twist in it!

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

You may have heard this before, but just keep writing. Explore how you write and don’t try to compare yourself to others. If you’re serious about publishing, explore all your options of how you can get your story out there, and please – PLEASE – research. Take advice from writers before you and learn from their mistakes. (And remember your own so you can help others after you.)

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work? 

I’m usually on Twitter more than anything. But I also have a Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube account. And don’t forget to visit my website to read my short stories for free!

You can find Loading: Life on Amazon.

About the Author:

E.N. Chaffin is an American author, born and raised on country cooking and Japanese anime. Aside from drowning herself in reading manga and sewing cosplay, she also enjoys making memories with her family, friends, and dogs. Chaffin spends her time writing short stories for her blog and researching for current and upcoming projects at conventions and on YouTube. She currently lives in Northwest Arkansas with her family and three dogs, Kahn, Scooter, and Annie Leonhart (no association with Annie Mei Fields.)

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Author Interview: ‘Single Chicas’ by Sandra C. Lopez

About the Book:

Perfection is a Barbie doll, and, unless you’re looking for a guy with a fake smile, a hard head, and no genitalia, then you’re better off NOT being perfect―Single ChicasSingle Chicas is a collection of stories about modern Latinas being in, out, and around the zany hurdles of relationships. One woman receives strange calls from a lonely soul, another seeks advice on how to love herself, and another wakes up in a parallel universe to a man she’s never met. These chicas will make painstaking effort to survive the complexities with humor and grace. Once again, López dazzles audiences with her brilliantly candid craft. Smart, witty, and funny, these stories will explore the true endurance of singlehood.

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I started writing my first book right out of high school. My first novel was about a 14-year old Mexican-American girl growing up in an impoverished neighborhood with the aspiration of going to college. Being that I was still a teenager, I had that raw, teenage voice that my editor deemed valuable to the story. And, from then on, I just kept on writing.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

I write whenever inspiration strikes (or whenever I have the time.) I don’t particularly have a favorite place. Heck, sometimes I don’t even have a pen and paper with me when an idea comes to me. In those cases, I’ve had to use whatever was around—post it, napkin, etc.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

The world is my canvas. My observations and experiences go into my craft.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

A little of both. At the beginning, I have some idea of where I’d like the story to go, but then sometimes that can change when I read through it again. At that point, the story takes a life of its own.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I write in the genres that I, myself, am interested in.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

My latest book, Single Chicas, was described as a Latina version of Sex and the City, so I kind of picture Sofia Vergara in it because she’s fun, flirty, and sassy.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors.

I real A LOT and I like A LOT of authors. I don’t have a favorite because asking a reader to pick a favorite author is like asking a mother to pick a favorite child.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I’m reading a series called Tough Justice: Countdown, which is about a female FBI Agent on the hunt for a serial bomber in NYC.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

Again, I bring up the mother analogy.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

Read anything and everything that you can get your hands on, and just keep on writing.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

Website: www.sandra-lopez.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Sandra-Lopez

Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/1656820.Sandra_C_Lopez

Blog: www.sandrasbookclub.blogspot.com

 

About the Author:

Sandra Lopez is considered one of today’s influential Latina writers in young adult literature.Her first novel, “Esperanza,” a teen fiction novel, was published in March 2008 WHILE she was still in college! “Beyond the Gardens,” is the sequel to her engaging and inspirational heroine, Esperanza.

She travels as much as she can and is currently at work on her next book.

To find out more about her books, please visit her website at http://www.sandra-lopez.com

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Author Interview: ‘Death Scares Me’ by Keelan Cloud

About the Book:

Modern poetry and short stories.

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1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?
A lot of it is just a real zeal for life.  I’m known all around this town for responding to folks’ “How are you doing?” with “It’s good to be alive!”Also, I was diagnosed as having severe bipolar disorder about 17 years ago. I was in and out of hospitals a lot for the first 5 years, but medication has at least kept me just outpatient since. I do believe that I’m naturally drawn to being a creative person.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?I write on my phone in bed at night. I write in my car sitting outside alone. I write on my laptop on a desk or library. I sit outside on a nice day and write. I have several special spots it seems.

I do believe that both a common area helps you focus to write and also that being somewhere different sometimes helps you with your inspiration. I try to always be ready to write a quick new idea down on my phone.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

With my 17 years of mental health struggles, I’ve honestly got most ideas from my mind itself.

To explain: Many of my poems are from song lyrics that naturally popped into my brain. If I had the talent to play music or act, I might do those things. (At least with just writing I don’t have to balance fame and insanity, though).

There’s been some dream inspiration, too. In the second collection that I’m almost done with, there are 2 examples of stories from dreams:

First, “Eternal Hockey” came from a dream I had 15 years ago.  I had died and woke up in the afterlife which was “Eternal Hockey”. (And I can’t skate.)

Second, the upcoming short thriller, “Torture”, is from a nightmare, too. There is an all-knowing and all-powerful being known as Torture. He brings you light years away from anything and everything. There he makes you watch as he tortures your loved ones.

And oftentimes, I’ve written about how good it is just to be alive itself. And the things in our life.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

Both. I start with an idea, but it does change a lot once I’m writing and I’m re-writing. Diligence seems to be the key.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I consider myself a grunge and folk artist, but my craft is just writing, not music or film. I’m from a farm 6 miles from a small Oklahoma town. However, I spent my teenage years listening to Nirvana and partying quite hard. (Which I don’t do at all these days). My genre isn’t fantasy, horror, romance, sci-fi, or anything, I do know that. But I’m very open to exploring a couple of those one-day.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Well, for the story “Someone Else”, where I awake one day and I’ve magically became a real old dying man, Jack Nicholson.  I’ve watched him my entire life. If not him, Harrison Ford.

I think in “Complete!” where a mid 30’s loser wrote a novel, titled it “Complete!” and then intentionally lived it out in front of the world, Chris Pratt. Both for his age and himself, too.

I won’t go through all my stories, but I’ll add this. If “Litter” was made a film, I’d do one of the animals’ voices myself!

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors.

Up until high school, I was a book reading nerd. After that though, as a teenager, I just read Dean Koontz’ “The Voice of the Night” and Michael Crichton’s “The Lost World” before the movie was made. I still wish the scene chasing the raptor with the needed key hanging from his tooth should’ve been in the film.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

As of late, as I’m now venturing into writing, I’m half-way through “The Catcher in the Rye” and I’ve checked “The Old Man and the Sea” out from the library to read next. I realize reading these will make me a better writer. (And it’s been enjoyable).

9: What is your favourite book and why?

It’s already “The Catcher in the Rye”.  The genius and the detail, the story, I can’t believe its coolness for being written so many decades ago. I’m stoked for “The Old Man and the Sea” already.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

It’s good to be alive! Also, work very hard. Even work hard at marketing. My biggest mistake was self-publishing my collection 14 months ago and just now really focusing on marketing it to the world. It’s part of the job.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

I should’ve had a website already. I should do it this week. Being as I self-published with CreateSpace, the collection is easily available on Amazon. I’ve also used the online writing community FanStory to get feedback and copyright usage for several years.

 

About the Author:

For Keelan Cloud, life really began at age 5, in 1985, in his hometown of Poteau, Oklahoma, U.S.A. A smart “gifted and talented” student, Keelan climaxed his intelligence in the small town of Antlers, Oklahoma, U.S.A, in the spring of 1992, as he was voted both 6th Grade “Smartest Boy” and “Most Likely To Succeed (Boy)” in the school newspaper. After returning to Poteau, he would shine again. At 15 he became the most physically attractive young man on the planet Earth at the time. He would spend his teenage years iconic and polarizing. In 1999, he was in a mental institution, diagnosed as being insane. Due to the event and his notorious status, the government, along with the famed celebrities of the time, placed several satellites in orbit to follow his every move. They also hid cameras and voice recorders everywhere he might go. He was known worldwide, secretly. Later, as an adult, he cleaned his life of tobacco and heavy substance abuse. Over time, he finally discovered that he was a creative genius. After failing to break into music and film, due to lack of musical and film skill, he turned his gifts and talents toward literature, both in poetic, and soon, novel forms.

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Author Interview: ‘Them’ by MG Hardie

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Them are everywhere, yet nowhere. They are warriors, soldiers, executors of fate. They are not human. They can’t be bargained with. They can’t be reasoned with and they absolutely will not stop.

When stock trader Devon Heathrow finds a mysterious device, a new world is open to him. He is plunged into a world of violence and uncertainty. Otherworlders murder his wife, his daughter and him.

Devon was dead.

Revived…hurt and alone, he does the only thing he can do…run. Armed with nothing he is forced to hide in the shadows, doing the unimaginable to survive. He is continually haunted by nightmares and pursued around the world by dark agents.

Now inextricably entwined in an unknown plan, a tormented Devon must return home to get the answers he so desperately needs. He returns to where it all began seeking redemption and revenge, but how?

Don’t trust your eyes, your ears or what you think you know because sometimes, it’s not skill, hard work or luck that determines who wins and who loses, or who succeeds and who fails…

sometimes it’s Them.

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1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I started off writing poetry in high school. In high school I wrote a poem, which I scribbled down in 5 minutes. I was asked to read the poem in front of the class. The effect of my words on the class and the teacher taught me the power of words. With so much death, violence and just general unkindness around us; I wanted to use whatever power I could muster from words to cause change and if not at least a discussion. I write with the hope that my titles affect people.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

I am always jotting things down, but I tend to do my writing after 11pm, because that’s usually when the children are sleeping.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

I draw inspiration from everything, the world we live in. Each title I have written was to entertain but, I also to give a voice to the voiceless. Every book shows a different angle or gives underreported stories a little more time.

I am always challenging myself. Write a book, that sounds like a simple idea…but can I write a humorous book that is also a book of poetry, filled with philosophy, social issues and lots of urban goodness and make it work? That’s the challenge.

I try to write what I would like to read. I do get a lot of push back; I have even been told that I am giving the audience too much and I that should break the story into three narratives, for additional books to maximize financially.

Challenging established norms isn’t the easiest way to go, which is probably why I can’t help but do it. THEM pushes more boundaries than I have in the past. It is difficult to grasp Mother Nature, but a hurricane, a tornado, a earthquake that has a true an understandable purpose for the damage and destruction caused, needed something unique, something different. I want the audience to read the unexpected.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

With THEM I had no idea where the story would go. Devon Heathrow starts his day with expectations of what the world should be, at the end on the day he realizes what the world is. At the end there should be some big battle complete with flashing lights and big bangs and there isn’t.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

‘EveryDay Life’ is a stage play. ‘It Ain’t Just the Size’ is a stage play, a novel and book of poetry. ‘Midnight: Rise of the Black Vampires’ is Fantasy, Urban and a Graphic Novel. ‘THEM’ is science fiction.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

If we were talking about Rise of the Black Vampires the choice would be easy, Amber Wharton would be played by Alexandra Shipp.

In THEM, to play Devon Heathrow an actor would need to show mental and physical evolution, so Tristan Wilds, or Josh Hutcherson come to mind. Evan Rachel Wood or Tessa Thompson can pull off being his smart and sexy wife Sarah. The role of Influence would go to Juno Temple, or Yara Shahidi. Jake Gyllenhaal would be perfect for the role of Prime.

John Boyega would be Wildfire and Michael Angarano would be a perfect fit for Tornado. There are so many actors I could fit into interesting roles for THEM, but I’ll stop there.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors.

I can’t say I have a favorite author because I love the classics, but Stephen King used to keep me up at night.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey, The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins and The Invisible Man

9: What is your favourite book and why?

I have to say the ‘Cartoon History of the Universe I, Vol. 1-7: From the Big Bang to Alexander the Great’ by Larry Gonick. I know it’s not a sexy pick like say The Hunger Games or The Kite Runner, but if you like your information with a side of laughter, there is no better book…it’s hilarious.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

I always hear people say “I’m thinking about writing a novel.”

I always say, “Stop thinking about it and write it.”

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MG-Hardie-277636622262511/

Website: http://mghardie.wixsite.com/them-are-here

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Every1HasAGift

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About the Author:

Who is MG Hardie?An average guy making his way in the world. Speaking and writing are my contribution to make the world a better place.

What are the names of your titles?

My works include EveryDay Life, It Ain’t Just The Size, Midnight: Rise of the Black Vampires and the upcoming science fiction THEM title.

What is it that makes your work unique?

Each time I am told not to do something…it motivates me to break the rules and to push limits.

 

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