Fred Madryga’s A Pathway to an Ending – Q&A

Fred Madryga’s A Pathway to an Ending – Q&A

Author Fred Madryga, a man of many stories with a wealth of different careers to his name, shares with us these and more enlivening experiences in his new book A Pathway to an Ending. In this interview today you will hear extras from our author’s life, ideas around certain messages and the fortifying experiences and memories gathered […]

Anne Vines’ The Ship Wife – Q&A

Anne Vines’ The Ship Wife – Q&A

Discover a journey through history and storytelling today as we interviewed author Anne Vines about her gripping tale of endurance, survival, overcoming and more in her book The Ship Wife. Inspired by the true story of Elizabeth Rafferty an Irish convict sent to Australia in 1797.  Q: What initially drew you to find Elizabeth Rafferty […]

Krista Brennan’s The Storytellers – Q&A

Krista Brennan’s The Storytellers – Q&A

Illustrator and fine artist Krista Brennan’s great attention to detail and colours found inside The Storytellers left us wanting to know more… so, we interviewed her. Q: What was it about Robert’s story that drew you into illustrating it? A: I think the whole premise of the story is very personal to me since I’m a […]

Robert Vescio’s The Storytellers – Q&A

Robert Vescio’s The Storytellers – Q&A

Come with us as we interview Robert Vescio, the award-winning talented author in his newest children’s book The Storytellers where his story and love of tales in bursting right from the pages.  Q: At what age did you discover your own love for storytelling?  A: I think I was six when I discovered my love of […]

Stuart Black’s The Signatory – Q&A

Stuart Black’s The Signatory – Q&A

Witness our in-depth interview with author Stuart Black, the founding partner and CEO of South-East Asia’s leading healthcare communications groups, Ward6. We discover Stuart Black’s inner workings as he speaks of his life, career and newly released book The Signatory! Q: What motivated you to write in the crime and murder genre? A: The crime genre […]

Jeremy Roberts’ The Dark Cracks of Kemang – Q&A

Jeremy Roberts’ The Dark Cracks of Kemang – Q&A

Come journey with us as we interview and discover more about Jeremy Roberts, the avid performance poet, traveller, and the author behind The Dark Cracks of Kemang. Q: What was the most surprising difference you found between writing poetry and writing The Dark Cracks of Kemang, a full-fledged memoir?   A: The original intention was to construct a text halfway […]

Richard James Allen’s More Lies – Q&A

Richard James Allen’s More Lies – Q&A

After travelling down such a long road to finally finishing More Lies, we wanted to pick Richard James Allen’s brain. So we interviewed him… Q: Give us a snapshot of your writing process  More Lies was inspired by living the life of an artist in an East Village tenement walk-up in New York City in […]

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