Keith Guernsey on overcoming brain surgery, falling in love and writing the book of your life
Keith Guernsey took the Plunge and he’s doing good deeds: From now until the end of March, Keith will be donating $1.00 for every copy of Confessions of a Beantown Sports Junkie ordered to the Jimmy Fund. Let’s support this very worthy cause!
Hello all and welcome to our fourth Author Interview Plunge. Today’s guest is Keith Guernsey. Everyone, please stand up and give Keith a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
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Paul John Adams on lionizing a hero of gang warfare and more!
Welcome, everyone, to our third Author Interview Plunge. Today we have the pleasure of talking with Gang Warfare, Extreme Psychopathology and self-described absurdist author Paul John Adams.
My first book…I want to kill it.
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Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy, Noir Thrillers and Internet Trolls coming your way in Feb 2018
By now you know I’m serious about interviewing authors.
We continue to have incredibly talented authors coming forward to be interviewed (just signed our first Epic Fantasy author today. She also writes Christian Erotica. Can’t wait to learn about that) and in the coming months we’ll have spoken word artists/performers, award winning poets, espionage, thriller, science and speculative fiction authors and more. Most of April into May is devoted to spies, conspiracies and intelligence operations, all written by authors with backgrounds in intel, military, SWAT and similar subjects.
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Cozy Philadelphia? Not after reading Donna Huston Murray’s Thrillers!
Hello and welcome to our second Author Interview Plunge. Today’s guest is mystery author Donna Huston Murray.
Everyone, please stand up and give Donna a big round of applause for taking part in our Author Interview Plunge series.
I got to page 50 and couldn’t remember what I’d done with the gun.
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Where’d that gun come from? And watch where you’re lookin’, lady.
I reviewed Jill Nelson’s “Rivet Your Readers with Deep Point of View” previously and still give the book high marks.
I highlighted several concepts and dogeared several pages during my first read. The book stayed on my desk and I kept getting closer and closer to a reread.
Rereading is a Josephism. I often reread books that I learn from or enjoy, a dog sucking the last bit of marrow from a bone.
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