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Beyond Justice: An Interview with Joshua Graham

By boomergirl, published on Sep 29, 2010

THE DESCENT INTO HELL IS NOT ALWAYS VERTICAL…

Sam Hudson, a reputable San Diego attorney, learns this when the authorities wrongfully convict him of the brutal rape and murder of his wife and daughter, and sends him to death row. There he awaits execution by lethal injection.

If he survives that long.

In prison, Sam fights for his life while his attorney works frantically on his appeal. It is then that he embraces the faith of his departed wife and begins to manifest supernatural abilities. Abilities which help him save lives– his own, those of his unlikely allies–and... (more)

Tags: author interview, suspense, thriller, joshua graham, beyond justice

Beyond Justice: An Interview with Joshua Graham

By boomergirl, published on Sep 26, 2010

THE DESCENT INTO HELL IS NOT ALWAYS VERTICAL…

Sam Hudson, a reputable San Diego attorney, learns this when the authorities wrongfully convict him of the brutal rape and murder of his wife and daughter, and sends him to death row. There he awaits execution by lethal injection.

If he survives that long.

In prison, Sam fights for his life while his attorney works frantically on his appeal. It is then that he embraces the faith of his departed wife and begins to manifest supernatural abilities. Abilities which help him save lives– his own, those of his unlikely allies–and... (more)

Tags: suspense, thriller, joshua graham, beyond justice, author inteview

Leonard Rose: Interview with Steven Honigberg

By boomergirl, published on Sep 23, 2010

Leonard Rose (1918 – 1984) the great American cellist, was considered one of the most important teachers and musicians of the twentieth century.

Author Steven Honigberg, who studied at The Juilliard School from 1979 to 1984 in Leonard Rose’s final class, examines the multifaceted American artist and the classical music context dominating Rose’s twentieth century.

This eagerly awaited biography portrays a complex individual during a period of tremendous individualism. Honigberg explores his sympathetic nature, his unyielding devotion to the cello, and, inevitably, his failings.... (more)

Tags: author interview, leonard rose, steven honigberg, america's first cellist

The Perfect Family: An Interview with Kathryn Shay

By boomergirl, published on Sep 19, 2010

In THE PERFECT FAMILY, seventeen-year old Jamie Davidson doesn’t think being gay should be such a big deal…until he comes out to his parents and friends. Even as Jamie celebrates no longer needing to hide his true self and looks forward to the excitement of openly dating another boy, the entire Davidson family is thrown into turmoil.

Jamie’s father Mike can’t reconcile his religious beliefs with his son’s sexuality. His brother Brian is harassed by his jock buddies and angry at Jamie for complicating all their lives. Maggie, his mother, fears being able to protect her son while struggling... (more)

Tags: books, the perfect family, kathryn shay

A Despicable Profession: An Interview with John Knoerle

By boomergirl, published on Sep 7, 2010

May, 1946. America is basking in hard-won peace and prosperity. The OSS has been disbanded, CIA does not yet exist. Rumors swirl about the Red Army massing tanks along the Elbe in East Germany.

Former OSS agent Hal Schroeder gets an offer from Global Commerce LTD to be a trade rep in Berlin. He flies to New York to meet his new boss. Hal’s jaw drops when former OSS Chief Wild Bill Donovan strides in. Schroeder, who survived perilous duty behind German lines, says he is no longer interested in being a spy. General Donovan assures him that’s not part of his job description.

Hal... (more)

Tags: author interviews, a despicable profession, john knoerle, spy thriller

The Chill of Night: An Interview with James Hayman

By boomergirl, published on Aug 12, 2010

Some Crimes Can Never Be Forgiven.

Lainie Goff thought she had it all. The ambitious young attorney was brilliant, beautiful, and on a fast-track to a lucrative partnership at one of the top firms in New England. But then, one cold night, a dark and ugly secret comes back from Lainie’s past and she pushes things too far. Soon her body is found, frozen solid in sub-zero temperatures at the end of the Portland Fish Pier.

A mentally ill woman named Abby Quinn witnesses the brutal crime. But when she tells what she has seen, nobody will believe her. Not until she too mysteriously... (more)

Tags: author interview, james hayman, thriller novel, the chill of night

Interview with Soren Petrek, author of 'Cold Lonely Courage'

By boomergirl, published on Jul 31, 2010

An assassin born of death and violation is the most dangerous of all. Cold Lonely Courage tells her story. The action begins during the German Blitzkrieg attack on France in the opening days of World War II. The heroine, Madeleine Toche races to the front to find her brother dying after his unit is destroyed as the Germans advance. Crushed, Madeleine returns his body to her parents. In the months that follow, Madeleine is raped by a Nazi officer. Seeking revenge she kills him and flees to England to volunteer for duty with Britain’s shadowy Special Operations Executive. Trained as an assassin... (more)

Tags: historical fiction, author interview, soren paul petrek, cold lonely courage

Kindle bestselling author Vincent Zandri talks ebooks

By boomergirl, published on Jul 15, 2010

October 2, 2008Albany, New York

In the deep night, a woman sits down at her writing table. Fingering a newly sharpened pencil, she focuses her eyes upon the blank paper, brings the black pencil tip to it.She begins to write.

Dear Mol,I’ve been dreaming about you again. I don’t think a night has gone by in the past few weeks when I haven’t seen your face. Our face, I should say. The face is always in my head; implanted in my memories. The dream is nothing new. It’s thirty years ago again. It’s October. I’m walking close behind you through the tall grass towards the woods. Your... (more)

Tags: ebooks, vincent zandri, thriller, the remains, kindle, kindle bestsellers, kindle bestselling author

Interview with Terry M. Drake 'Live Happily, Ever After Now'

By boomergirl, published on Jun 10, 2010

Terry M. Drake is a Licensed Social Worker, National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified Trainer of Ericksonian Hypnosis and Nero-linguistic Programming (NLP). He has spent the last 15 years learning about himself and others, through his academic studies resulting in his MSW, his professional studies, as a family therapist, program director and his vast training and research into hypnosis, NLP, the law of attraction and positive psychology. Terry, also has a wealth of personal experiences related to depression and addiction, which he shares in his writings and work with others.... (more)

Tags: book promotions, self-help book, terry m. drake, live happily ever after now

Talking Books with Mystery Novelist J.P. White

By boomergirl, published on May 4, 2010

Every Boat Turns South mixes memoir-like adventure with a moving coming-home tale. This is the exciting premise of J.P. White's new mystery novel, Every Boat Turns South (The Permanent Press).

The book opens and closes in Florida, but its sultry and terror-filled center is set in the Turks & Caicos Islands and in the Dominican Republic. By interweaving the Florida bedside scenes with Matt’s confessional account of his wild life in the Caribbean, White subtly builds sympathy for his ne er-do-well drifter, as Matt slowly reveals the truth about Hale by coming to understand his own... (more)

Tags: author interview, j.p. white, every boat turns south, mystery novel

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