Interviews

, ,

Lesley L. Smith on loving physics + her book TEMPORAL DREAMS

Rating:
When her boyfriend proposes, former foster kid Kairi Johnson thinks she's going get the family she's always dreamed of until she wakes up by the side of the road, in the middle of nowhere--in the past.
, ,

David J Castello on his IR Approved "The Diary Of An Immortal (1945-1959)"

Rating:
The beginning came to me in a dream so bizarre that I bolted out of bed in the middle of the night and wrote it down.
, ,

Christopher Zoukis on his IRDA Winning FEDERAL PRISON HANDBOOK

Rating:
"The Federal Prison Handbook" is the leading Federal Bureau of Prisons survival guide and policy analysis text. Simply put, if you or a loved one are heading to federal prison (or are already incarcerated), you need this book.
, ,

Bentz Deyo on why people should read his book: "Because we all need an escape right now."

Rating:
Enduring a year long depression, Leam Holt's given a second chance at obtaining Dark magic and proving himself to his father.
, ,

Matt Ingwalson on the way genre fiction (in this case, horror) lets us examine relationships in a very immediate + personal way

Rating:
Anyone who’s had a baby knows that the first year is terrifying. A child represents love and grace and hope. But never again will you have privacy, financial security, or a moment of rest.
, ,

M.Lee Lederhos on "Sacred Ground"

Rating:
Tom McCloud, the protagonist, has a secret past that is about to catch up with him.
, ,

Steve Snyder on the true story of pilot Howard Snyder and the crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth

Rating:
An Amazon Best Seller and winner of 20 national book awards, SHOT DOWN is set within the framework of World War II and the air war over Europe.
, ,

Rocco Versaci on what inspired him to write "That Hidden Road: A Memoir"

Rating:
In the wake of surviving both cancer and divorce, I set out alone on my bicycle and end up pedaling from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
, ,

Steve Wiley on "The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan"

Rating:
When we first encounter Richard K. Lyons, he is a man who has long forgotten the one night, when he was still a boy called Rich, when an exceptional girl by the name of Francesca invited him aboard a secret L train for an adventure though the mythical East Side of the city.
, ,

Fred Misurella on his A SUMMER OF GOOD-BYES

Rating:
A SUMMER OF GOOD-BYES is filled with the tensions of love and marriage, sexual longing, family loyalty, and the struggle to live in the face of impending death and loss.
, ,

Randal Eldon Greene: What motivates me is my love of books. I just love well-written stories. And I want to add to that.

Rating:
A linguist, a lake monster, and the looming shadow of death—in a house full of hidden passageways, a wife and mother is diagnosed with cancer.
, ,

Walter Harp: I wrote the first pages when I was recovering from my bone marrow transplant; at the time I was looking for distractions

Rating:
INTO THE FUNHOUSE takes you on a hair-raising, unpredictable front seat ride through a scary and sobering yet heartfelt and funny account of a father and his family fighting a menacing, recurrent leukemia while trying to live a ‘normal life’.
, ,

Author Greg Howard on BLOOD DIVINE and the dream that motivates him daily

Rating:
A guarded playboy struggling to suppress the dark power stirring inside him becomes a pawn in an ancient war between two supernatural races.
, ,

C. L. Francisco on "Cat Born of the Purple" and why cat lovers everywhere will recognize their feline companions’ inborn burden: the remedial education of ignorant human beings

Rating:
Cat Born to the Purple, 4th volume in the Yeshua’s Cats series, picks up a story told in Yeshua’s Cat of a young woman who was stoned.
,

Dr James Manning on A Journey with Panic: WITH the LATEST ADVICE on how to STOP PANIC SYMPTOMS

Rating:
In this book we take the reader through all the things that they might need to know about panic attacks, just as we would for clients that come to see us in our clinical practice.
, ,

Henry Mosquera on his IRDA Winning "Space Fandango: Backstabber’s Blues"

Rating:
A mysterious ship with a deadly cargo crashes on a backwater planet. A deal is made to get rid of the payload, which needs to be transported through a dangerous, independent section of space.
, ,

Scott McDermott on his IRDA Winning title "Election 2064: Book One"

Rating:
Nearly five decades from now, as America recovers from a devastating Second Civil War, candidates across the political spectrum vie for the power of the presidency by any means necessary.
, ,

IRDA Winning Author LeeAndra Chergey on when she decided to become an author: I was in 2nd grade and got an “easy” A on a paper about the Bumblebee

Rating:
By the age of two, Ryan has lost his ability to speak—twice. Sensing it is more than typical “second child” behaviors, his mother embarks upon a mission to understand why Ryan has become withdrawn and violent, and is met with a devastating answer: her son is autistic.
, ,

IRDA Winning Author Carole P. Roman: Getting published is easy. Editing, formatting, publicity - that's where the work begins

Rating:
Two small children travel on a rocket ship to dash among the planets and constellations. Whimsical and sweet, this imaginary trip is a soothing bedtime read that will enchant both parent and child.
, ,

IRDA Winning George Crowder: The first goal is to create a book that is indistinguishable from a conventionally-published title

Rating:
The fifteen-year-old narrator, Moon Landing, relates to the biblical story of Job. God, if there is one, seems to be inflicting him with one misfortune after another.