Greetings lovers of Noir Thrillers and Author Plunge Devotees one and all. Today we’ll be talking with a man of my own heart, Gene Poschman. Gene is a fan of Have Gun, Will Travel, the classic Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, The Wind in the Willows, Uncle Remus, H. Beam Piper’s Fuzzies and sleeping rabbis (extra points for readers, watchers and listeners who know the reference).
Hello all and welcome to the seventh in our series of Author Interview Plunges. Today’s guest is science fiction author and talented artist Toby Weston. Toby’s current titles include SINGLUARITY’S CHILDREN VOLUME I – DENIAL and VOLUME II – DISRUPTION (you can read an excerpt beneath the interview). Everyone, please stand up and give Toby a big round of applause.
Hooray for us, we’ve got six published interviews (as I type this), one more waiting for author approval (we don’t publish without an author’s approval of their interview) and almost fifty more waiting to go! Are you a published author who’d like to be interviewed for our series? Easy to do.
I mentioned in Feb 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule that I’d be talking with Epic Fantasy, Military Thrillers and other authors, Poets and Spoken Word Artists. Now I can add scriptwriters and ghost writers to the Author Interview Plunge retinue (look for them starting May 2018). Yeeha!
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Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is the dashing, roguish, international bon vivant, internet troll hunter and young world purveyor Steve Evans, a man of many talents and at least two aliases.
And with an intro like that, you gotta stand up and applaud.
We continue our parade of The Old Ones. Bill and The Girls continue their daily visits. They usually wake us about 7-7:30AM if we aren’t awake by then, clucking and clacking in the backyard, promenading to and fro, letting us know there’s no seed available.
They’ve taught us well.
But this post is about my dinner with Opie (extra points to anyone who knows the homage) and more correctly, a gathering of The Old Ones for dinner.
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