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178 results for 'Novel Noise'

Interview with author Catherine Doughty

By Novel Noise, published on Oct 2, 2012

Catherine Doughty, MS, CCHI is an award winning author who lives with her two children in Bellaire, Texas. Her career as Director for a Department for Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging is enhanced by the fact that she is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. She serves as an adjunct associate professor for three universities and holds a Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics earned at the University of Texas.

She is available for interviews, media appearances, radio interviews, book signings, and speaking engagements. If you would like a review copy of the book or additional information... (more)

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Interview with Cerece Rennie Murphy, author of Order of the

By Novel Noise, published on Sep 28, 2012

Cerece Rennie Murphy lives and writes just outside of her hometown, Washington, DC and is currently working on the sequel to her first novel, Order of the Seers. In addition to completing the Order of the Seers trilogy, Ms. Murphy is also developing a children’s book series entitled Enchanted: 5 Tales of Magic in the Everyday and a book on understanding marriage/relationship advice for single women entitled More than the Ring.

To learn more about the author and her upcoming projects, visit her website

What inspired you to write your first book?

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Is Literary Fiction Dead by author Khanh Ha

By Novel Noise, published on Sep 26, 2012

Khanh Ha was born in Hue, the former capital of Vietnam. During his teen years he began writing short stories which won him several awards in the Vietnamese adolescent magazines. He graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Flesh is his first novel. He is at work on a new novel.

To find out more visit his website at : or his blog at:

Is Literary Fiction Dead?

By Khanh Ha

Well, what is literary fiction? A slippery term sometimes identified with ‘highbrow’ and ‘pretentious’,... (more)

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Interview with Bo Briar, author of "Morgan Hall"

By Novel Noise, published on Sep 6, 2012

Bo Briar nursed a love of art, music and architecture from childhood as well as all things ghostly. Her years at a British boarding school secluded in an ancient English county of majestic stately homes, historical towns and quaint medieval villages, nestled among mysterious forests and chocolate-box landscapes formed many of her lifelong impressions, beliefs and ideas.

Although having a natural affinity for the countryside Bo lived most of her life between the big cities of London and Hong Kong. Though widely travelled, she will always return to the two cities she calls home.

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Interview with Kate McGuinness, author of Terminal Ambition

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 23, 2012

After leaving the corporate world, Kate was determined to master writing and riding, pastimes that often led to confusion in the telling. Her studies of creative writing proved to be more successful than her horseback adventures which included a broken leg! However, her love of horses remains.

Kate also took the opportunity to be more fully involved with her son’s life – too involved, he would say. She enjoyed watching scores of soccer games and cheering his team on to a divisional state championship. All grown up now, her son lives in Eastern Europe and teaches English as a second language.

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Interview with Monica Daddio, author of "Humanizing the Jagu"

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 21, 2012

Monica Daddio was born and raised in Trenton, NJ. She attended St. Stephens and Holy Cross grammar schools, Junior 4, and Trenton High. From there went to wrok for Mercer County Elections Office. Most recently she has retired and relocated to the Bristol VA/TN area. Her passion and love has always been music and she will jokingly tell you that she is a professional listener. With a vast collection of over 500 artists, she has a wide range of musical taste and that’s how her story came to be. This is her tribute to the musicians and music she loves so much.

What inspired you to write... (more)

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Interview with Donnie Whetstone, author of "Fit to Kill"

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 19, 2012

Donnie Whetstone resides in Rochester, Washington with his wife Diane. He is a full time personal trainer with over twenty years of experience and more than 70,000 training hours in homes, gyms and his own private training studio. Donnie is currently the co-owner of Fit Stop 24 Fitness Centers located in both Olympia and Yelm, Washington.

Though Fit to Kill is his first novel, he is no stranger to writing, having written numerous articles on nutrition, weight training and fitness; appearing in newspapers, magazines and the Internet. In Fit to Kill, his experience as a trainer allowed... (more)

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Interview with Alessandro Tesio, author of "The Difference"

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 9, 2012

Alessandro Tesio was born in Turin (Italy) on May 5, 1975. A writer, blogger and thinker he has written many fantasy short stories.

In the 2009 he made his debut withThe Difference, his first horror/christian novel.

He has visited the USA many times with New York City and the East Coast being his favorite. Throughout his visits he has met many people and explores what each person has absorbed from living here.

Today Alessandro still lives in Italy but he hope to one day live in USA.

To learn more about Alessandro, visit him at:

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Interview with Jeremy Bates, author of "White Lies"

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 9, 2012

Jeremy Bates has spent the last ten years traveling the world, visiting more than thirty countries. He has lived in Canada, the United States, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines.

Bates is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with a degree in English literature and philosophy. He is a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, Inc, and Crime Writers of Canada.

His frightening debut novel, White Lies, is set in a small village in the Cascade Mountain range of eastern Washington. In the book, he succeeds in bringing world-class... (more)

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Interview with Benjamin Ethridge, author of of the novel BLACK & ORANGE

By Novel Noise, published on Aug 7, 2012

Benjamin Kane Ethridge is the Bram Stoker Award winning author of the novel BLACK & ORANGE (Bad Moon Books 2010). For his master’s thesis he wrote, “CAUSES OF UNEASE: The Rhetoric of Horror Fiction and Film.” Available in an ivory tower near you. Benjamin lives in Southern California with his wife and two creatures who possess stunning resemblances to human children. When he isn’t writing, reading, videogaming, Benjamin’s defending California’s waterways and sewers from pollution.

To learn more about Benjamin, visit his website

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