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Interview with Jeanette Baker, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 8, 2012

About Jeanette Baker

Jeanette Baker is the award-winning author of fifteen novels, published by Pocket, Kensington and Mira Books, many of them set in the lush countryside of historical and contemporary Ireland where she lives and writes during the summer months. Her ancestors, the O’Flahertys, hail from Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands located off the coast of Galway. She takes great pride in the prayer posted by the English over the ancient city gates, ‘From the wrath of the O’Flahertys, may the good Lord deliver us.’

Lauded as an author who has created a niche in... (more)

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Interview with author Vincent Tuckwood

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 20, 2012

About Vincent Tuckwood

Vincent Tuckwood is a story-teller working in fiction, song and verse. At any given point in time, he’s proud to be a father, husband, son, brother, cousin and friend to the people who mean the world to him.

He is the author of the novels Escalation, Family Rules, Karaoke Criminals and Do Sparrows Eat Butterflies? as well as the 2010 poetry collection, Garbled Glittering Glamours. His screenplays are Team Building and the screen adaptation of Family Rules, Inventing Kenny.

What inspired you to write your first book?

There’s a long story... (more)

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Interview with author Mary Stella

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 12, 2012

About Mary Stella

A voracious book fan since first learning to read, Mary Stella fell in love with romance novels while pursuing her English degree decades ago. A professional writer since someone first paid her to write radio commercials while she was still in college, she always dreamed of writing a book someday. Eventually, she realized that a book wouldn’t spring fully written from her brain so she’d better get cracking.

All Keyed Up, a humorous contemporary romance set at a dolphin facility in the Florida Keys with a determined researcher and a stubborn DEA agent, was her... (more)

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Interview with Peyman Pejman, author of "Age of Intolerance""

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 5, 2012

About Peyman Pejman

Peyman Pejman is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience. He has worked with respected newspapers, news agencies and radio stations such as The Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, Cox Newspapers, The Associated Press, United Press International, Reuters, Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

Pejman has extensive experience in the Middle East and the Arab world. His tenure in the Middle East has corresponded with important timelines in the region: the Iranian revolution, the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the Gulf... (more)

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Interview with author Lillian Melendez

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 3, 2012

Lillian R. Melendez received a B.A. degree in English with a minor in Psychology from Trinity University in Washington, D.C. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America. She lives in South Orange, NJ.

What inspired you to write your first book?

The current recession inspired me to write about the frailty of human behavior. The content of my book is about greed, selfishness, and murder.

What books have influenced your life the most?

The book, The Shining, by Steven King, has influence me the most because of its psychological aspect. I tend to write books that contain... (more)

Tags: lillian melendez, dismantling vindictiveness

Interview with author Jacqueline Lynch

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 14, 2011

About Jacqueline Lynch

Jacqueline T. Lynch’s novels are available as ebooks from Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. Several of her plays have been published and produced around the U.S., Canada, and one of which was translated into Dutch and performed several times in the Netherlands. Her ONE GOOD TURN premiered as a winner of the 2011 Northern Kentucky University Y.E.S. Festival. Her one-act play IN MEMORY OF TRIXIE GAZELLE was chosen as a winner in the 2010 Nor’Eastern Playwright’s Showcase of the Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre in Rutland, Vermont.

She has published... (more)

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Interview with author Dawn Menge

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 8, 2011

About Dawn Menge

Dawn Menge is the mother of three children and three grandchildren. She has a Masters and clear Credential in special Education from California State University San Bernardino. She is currently a PHD candidate in Curriculum and Instruction through Capella University.

She has been working in the education field for fifteen years. She is currently the director of the Snowline Young Adult Center for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. She teaches the 18-22 year old severely handicapped student’s functional/vocational skills.

Dawn... (more)

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Interview with Joann Harris, author of Rise of the Vampire

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 8, 2011

About Joann Harris

Joann was born in Durham, North Carolina. She has three wonderful children. She started writing at the age of nine years old, just little stories, and really got into horror at the age of nineteen. It was at that point that she knew she was meant to be a horror writer, even though she tried to write other genres.

Rise of the Vampire is her first book.

The Interview

What inspired you to write your first book?

I have always wanted to write, since I was very young.

What books have influenced your life the most?

The books that... (more)

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W.H. Buxton, author of Cyberlife

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 6, 2011

About W.H. Buxton

Winslow Buxton is a retired Navy Commander and helicopter pilot who received his Masters of Science in Information Technology and Management from the Navy Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. After retiring from the Navy, he worked as a Knowledge Systems Architect Consultant, helping multiple Navy and Air Force Commands initiate and develop their Knowledge Management Programs. He currently resides in Gulf Breeze, Florida with his wife, Bonnie.

CyberLife is his first novel.

What inspired you to write your first book?

It was an idea for a... (more)

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Interview with Debra Burroughs, author of She Had No Choice

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 5, 2011

Debra Burroughs grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area during a tumultuous time when the Civil Rights Movement was gearing up and racial tensions were mounting. Her parents moved the family to a more peaceful small town in the Central Valley of California.

Over the years, with a large Mexican family, she heard many stories about their history, particularly from her mother and grandmother. As she would relay these colorful and heart-wrenching family stories to her friends, many times she would hear them say, “You should really write a book about that.”

After continual encouragement... (more)

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