Author Interview Blitz: Natalina Reis

Today the Author Interview Blitz is featuring the wonderful Natalina Reis, author of We Will Always Have the Closet.  Once again, Ms. Reis was brave enough to go through the 5 question gauntlet. Please enjoy! Question # 1: Let’s start with a fun question– Why do you write? I write … Continue reading

Author Interview Blitz: Ferris Robinson

The next installment of the Emerald Musings Author Interview Blitz features Ferris Robinson, author of Making Arrangements. Once again, we’ve found another writer brave- or foolish enough to answer our five-question blitz.  Please enjoy! Question # 1: Let’s start with a fun question– Why do you write? I have written … Continue reading

Author Interview Blitz: Jay Lemming

The latest installment of the Emerald Musings Author Interview Blitz features a conversation with Jay Lemming, author of Billy Maddox Takes His Shot.  As always, we’ve asked five questions, and this author is brave enough to answer them.  Please enjoy!   Question # 1: Let’s start with a fun question– … Continue reading

Author Interview Blitz: Pauline Yates

The Emerald Musings Author Interview Blitz continues on with a conversation with Pauline Yates, an up-and-coming blogger, and writer trying to navigate the waters of our world. Please enjoy! Question # 1: Let’s start with a fun question– Why do you write? I’ve always considered myself a storyteller. Writing allows … Continue reading

Author Interview Blitz: Elena Hartwell

We’re continuing our Author Interview Blitz series today with the delightful Elena Hartwell, author of the Eddie Shoes Mystery Series.  Please Enjoy! Question # 1: Let’s start with a fun question– Why do you write? It’s not really a choice. It’s more that I am compelled to write. Even if … Continue reading

Five Question Interview: Jaye Shields

You have a degree in Anthropology specializing in archeology from San Francisco State University. Was there a particular time period or area of archeological study that held a fascination for you during your study? Great question. My emphasis was Maya Civ, including Olmec, Zapotec and Aztec peoples. I also took … Continue reading

Five Questions for Adrian Lupsa, author of Necessary Evil

You’ve written quite a number of short stories in your earlier years. Do you think that writing them helped you prepare for writing Necessary Evil? If so, how? I started to write in primary school when my compositions (homework) were really appreciated by my teachers. In high school, I continued … Continue reading