A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Britt Laux

Today we are talking with Britt Laux about their creative process. Britt Laux is the author of Summer at Enid’s and The Forest Witch. About Author Britt is an Ohio-based author and editor who lives in their own small forest. You can often find them daydreaming new stories while wandering among the trees. They grewContinue reading “A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Britt Laux”

A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Logan Young

Today we are talking with Logan Young about his creative process. [Author] is the author of The Vanquisher of Water. About Author Logan Young is a Colorado-based young adult author. As a child, his overactive mind never seemed to shut off, filling his head with all kinds of stories and worlds. Now as an adult,Continue reading “A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Logan Young”

A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with B.D. West

Today we are talking with B.D. West about her creative process. B.D. West is the author of Wynter of Wolves. About Author B. D. West is a writer of fiction, children stories, poetry, romance, short stories and especially science fiction. She has been writing since the young age of 15. Poetry has always been oneContinue reading “A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with B.D. West”

A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Lilianne Milgrom

Today we are talking with Lilianne Milgrom about her creative process. Lilianne Milgrom is the author of L’Origine. About Author Paris-born, internationally acclaimed artist LILIANNE MILGROM lives in the greater Washington, DC, area. She exhibits her artwork around the world and is the recipient of multiple awards. Her articles and essays have appeared in theContinue reading “A Discussion of Creativity & Writing: An Interview with Lilianne Milgrom”

Feature Friday: Avalon Roselin

Today I am excited to feature author Avalon Roselin, author of the Stellar Eclipse series as well as an array of other books. I’ve had the opportunity to read all of Avalon’s works…and I definitely recommend you check them out! You can read my reviews here. As an independent author, Avalon Roselin’s goal is toContinue reading “Feature Friday: Avalon Roselin”

Feature Friday: Emily Poirier

Today I am excited to feature author Emily Poirier, author of Vampires Don’t Need an Invitation & The Color Thief! I read her book, The Color Thief, a month ago and it was a wonderful story I encourage you to check out! I’ll be providing a review for the sequel, The Color Plague, sometime laterContinue reading “Feature Friday: Emily Poirier”

Feature Friday: Nikki Mitchell

Today I am excited to feature middle-grade author Nikki Mitchell, author of Nightshade Forest! Her book releases TOMORROW, June 20th. You can read my ARC review here! Definitely worth the read…and kids will love it! Meet Nikki. She is a stay-at-home homeschooling mama of Evelyn (6) and Everett (4) and married to her college sweetheart.Continue reading “Feature Friday: Nikki Mitchell”

Surprise Feature: Lane Northcutt

Technology is terrible isn’t it? On June 12th, 2020, I had a wonderful interview with Author Lane Northcutt that I was so excited to share with everyone. Only to have Instagram to crash the moment the interview ended. And for me to lose the entire video. I didn’t want to lose our conversation though, soContinue reading “Surprise Feature: Lane Northcutt”

Feature Friday: Catherine Downen

Today I am featuring Catherine Downen, author of The Markings. Catherine Downen, 22, grew up in a small town in southern IL and went to school at Bradley University. She graduated May 2019 with a degree in mechanical engineer and now works as an engineer in St. Louis! She has always loved to write andContinue reading “Feature Friday: Catherine Downen”

Feature Friday: Emé Savage

Today I am featuring Emé Savage, author of The Genesis Chronicles (Book 1, Book 2). Emé Savage currently lives in Dearborn, MI with her husband of 8 years and two tiny tyrants they call “cats”. She used to run a disability advocacy organization until she was diagnosed with Lupus and fibromyalgia. She published her firstContinue reading “Feature Friday: Emé Savage”