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Author Interview: Scottish Writer Kirsten Nairn

Kirsten Nairn has a secret. It’s so hush-hush that even her family and close friends don‘t know what it is. The only people she’s shared this secret with are her readers and me. Would you like to know what her … Continue reading

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Multi-Genre Author Thomas Jerome Baker (Interview by Scottish Author Kirsten Nairn)

Interview by Kirsten Nairn, Scottish author of the novel, A Sorry Affair. You can find out more about Kirsten and her work here: My Website, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ Goodreads, and Pinterest. 1. Thomas, what made you start writing? Kirsten, I … Continue reading

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I’m Nobody. Who Are You? Writing: Hobby or Profession?

Do you consider writing a hobby or a profession? This is a legitimate question for any author nowadays. Most likely, no two authors will ever answer this question in the same way. What I want to do is share my … Continue reading

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Does It Pay to Be a Writer?

By Concepción de León, Jan. 5, 2019 New York Times Writing has never been a lucrative career choice, but a recent study by the Authors Guild, a professional organization for book writers, shows that it may not even be a … Continue reading

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#Author #Interview: Spotlight on Best-Selling Author Cindee P. Willow #MondayBlogs

Thomas Jerome Baker: This afternoon, best-selling author Cindee Pruitt Willow has stopped by for a chat with us. Cindee, welcome to my blog. Cindee Pruitt Willow: Thank you for the invitation Thomas. TJB: Cindee, please tell my readers about yourself … Continue reading

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#BookReview: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club, by Duncan Whitehead #MondayBlogs

Blurb: Little is what it seems to be in a leafy Savannah neighborhood as members of an afternoon cocktail and dog walking club mourn a neighbor’s death. Jealousies surface when friends vie for the widower running for mayor. An old … Continue reading

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#AuthorInterview: “Nebulous” Author Joseph Schweichler #MondayBlogs #ASMSG

Thomas: Today I’m pleased to welcome Joseph Schweichler to my blog. Thank you for accepting my invitation Joseph. Joseph: Thank you for the invitation Thomas. TJB: Joseph, please tell us about yourself and your books. JS: Well, I am a … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Stealing Light by Author Julie Cassar #ASMSG

Blurb: “Tonight, everything could change. I wasn’t ready to let go of anyone just yet.” If you could change what you know is coming, would you? Cecelia Walker discovers an amazing ability deep within herself that gives her the power to … Continue reading

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Writer Spotlight: Book Review of, “The Reluctant Jesus: An Apocalyptic Laugh Out Loud Dark Comedy”, by BestSelling Author, Duncan Whitehead #ASMSG

The title of this book, “The Reluctant Jesus,” by best-selling author Duncan Whitehead, evokes an image of me (the reader) as the protagonist, Seth Miller. Duncan Whitehead has taken the most improbable of all earthly probabilities and given us an … Continue reading

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Writer Spotlight Interview: Julie Cassar, BestSelling Author of, “Stealing Light” #ASMSG

Thomas: My guest this evening is the talented, lovely, and best-selling author, Ms. Julie Cassar. Julie, thank you for visiting my blog this evening. Julie Cassar: Thanks for the invitation to be here Thomas. Thomas: Call me Tom please, Julie. … Continue reading

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