Eight Questions: Interview with CJ Lyons

CJ Lyons is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-one novels. As a former pediatric ER doctor, CJ has lived the life she writes about in her cutting edge “Thrillers with Heart.” Winner of the International Thriller Writers’ coveted Thriller Award, CJ has been called a “master within the genre” (Pittsburgh […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Ed Robertson

Ed Robertson is a science fiction and fantasy author based in the LA area. His ebooks are available in stores around the world and his short stories have been published in a couple dozen magazines online and in print. He blogs about self-publishing. 1. What is your daily writing/work schedule like? My fiancee’s schedule varies every […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Johnny B. Truant

Johnny B. Truant is an accomplished blogger and badass who has now transitioned into writing awesome fiction. And by “transition” we mean blast full throttle through a dozen books a year. This guy doesn’t do anything at a level any lower than legendary, as you’ll see below… 1. Tell us a little about yourself.  Today […]

Eight Questions: Interview with David Wright

David Wright is a cartoonist/writer and co-author of the bestselling Yesterday’s Gone series, as well as the resident curmudgeon on the Self-Publishing Podcast and Better Off Undead. Since Dave usually asks the questions, we had Johnny ask Dave some for this installment of Eight Questions. 1. What is your daily creative routine like? Do you even […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Sean Platt

Sean Platt is the founder of Sterling & Stone and the co-founder of the Collective Inkwell and Realm & Sands imprints. He also writes for children under the name Guy Incognito. If you really want to get to know Sean as an author and businessman, pick up his book Writer Dad. 1. Please tell us […]

Welcome to Eight Questions

There was a time, not too long ago, that if you wanted to know why your favorite author wrote a scene the way she did, you’d need to write her a letter, and hope it somehow got from the people who screen her mail to her, then hope again that she wasn’t too busy to respond. […]

Interview: Lexi Maxxwell

Please tell us a bit about yourself. (We were going to write bios, but I prefer to let people talk about themselves and share the most relevant stuff). When did you decide to become a writer, and why? What is your writing routine like? (include tools used, space you work at, music you listen to, […]