Interviews

Interview with Emma Lombard

Naturally, it’s expected that your friends and family will rally behind you and say lovely things about your writing, but I’ve been blown away by the complementary kindness of virtual strangers, who are online acquaintances, new followers, or recently acquired beta readers.

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Welcome Jack Scott from the Expat Bookshop

Jack: Throughout human history, words of fiction have provided answers to age-old questions big and small. Fables, parables, myths, folklore or tall tales – passed down, written down and repurposed – nothing grips the imagination quite like a cracking story told well that can resonate with the reader and light the way.

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Collaboration- An interview with Ron Grasmick

“It’s about the story of an android, a woman and a young boy’s quest to stop the building of a sentient supercomputer that just might be the Biblical Beast. And it’s the tale of an android girl who falls inexplicably in love, and a Christian man’s dilemma about how to handle it.”

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Orphan Books

Ella and Mary are sisters separated by a cruel orphanage matron, and by at least an octave in register! Ella’s love, Seth had to be a heart throb, not too deep in tone, but confident and tender. A shoe maker’s son he runs away to the sea, and Ella despairs when her last remaining love disappears from her life.

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