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AN AMERICAN CLASSIC: AN INTERVIEW WITH FRANCESCA LIA BLOCK

interview by Michael McCarthy Have you ever read a book that was so haunting you’ve never been able to get it out of your head? One that stays with you that you can’t stop thinking about? That just randomly pops into your head at the strangest of times and lingers for days whenever...
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DEFRAGMENTING JASON WERBELOFF, AUTHOR: PART TWO

interview by Michael McCarthy On Monday we published part one of our two-part interview with Jason Werbeloff, one of the most exciting sci-fi authors to emerge during recent years.  His series Defragmenting Daniel had me binge reading, immediately going from one book to the next, and I’m normally a slow reader.  So, that...
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DEFRAGMENTING JASON WERBELOFF, AUTHOR: PART ONE

interview by Michael McCarthy I’m what you could call a book-aholic.  I’m addicted to books.  I’m so glad that Kindles came along when they did because I own so many hardcover books that I’ve long stopped counting.  I’ve filled over five bookcases with them.  Point being, I’ve literally run out of room.  So,...
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‘TIS THE SEASON OF THE WITCH: AN INTERVIEW WITH APRIL L. WOOD

interview by Michael McCarthy April L. Wood has published two novels, both in her Season of the Witch series, which I have been mighty impressed by.  The series is what’s considered urban fantasy, which is what you get when you take a contemporary setting and add supernatural elements.  The series can also be...
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MY DEBUT NOVEL, RECKONING DAZE, IS OUT NOW!

Late last week I self-published my debut novel, Reckoning Daze, under my pen name Michael Beaulieu.  It’s only available as an e-book right now, but I hope to make it available as a lovely paperback soon.  In the meantime, you can grab the e-book for free from several different sources.  The easiest thing...
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CANDID CONVERSATION: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ADRIANA MATHER

by Michael McCarthy Adriana Mather is a descendant of Cotton Mather, one of the key players from the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials. Accordingly, it should come as no surprise that her debut novel, the young adult best-seller How to Hang A Witch, is ripe with almost as many historical facts as it is...
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JUST WRITE: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH FRANCESCA LIA BLOCK

interview by Michael McCarthy When I lived in Glendale, a suburb of Los Angeles, a decade ago, I went through a long period of being anorexic. During this time, I read every eating disorder related book I could find. I suppose I read some of them because they were triggering and encouraged me...
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