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Interview with author Rachel Reynolds

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 9, 2013

Rachel Reynolds is a special educator and freelance writer. She currently serves as the principal of the Dominion School, operated by Commonwealth Autism Service. You can find her writing at Richmond Mom,Hello Grief, Richmond Magazine, the webzine Insert Eyeroll, and her personal blog, See What You Meme. She is also the co-founder and executive director of CJ’s Thumbs Up Foundation (CJSTUF). In 2012, Rachel was awarded the Eagle Rare Life Award for Courage.

Rachel lives in Ashland, Virginia with her husband and two incredibly annoying (but completely adorable) cats. In her spare time,... (more)

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Interview with Nya Jade, author of 'Phoebe Pope and the Year

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 14, 2012

Nya Jade is a singer-songwriter and author based in San Francisco. Her music videos have aired on the VH1, BET, and MTV networks. USA Today hailed Nya as a “young female troubadour worth keeping your eyes and ears on,” in an entertainment feature on up-and-coming singer-songwriters. “Her cool singing voice recalls Sade,” said the LA Times.

Between writing and performing new music, Nya took a musical sabbatical to focus on writing a novel—an endeavor she found quite daunting, until she began looking at each chapter as a verse in a very long song. Phoebe Pope and the Year of Four is her... (more)

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Interview with Bruce Meisterman author of 'Arn? Narn.'

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 12, 2012

As a photographer, Bruce Meisterman has worked in areas as diverse as fine art and commercial photography, always looking to meld the two. Originally studying to be a painter, Bruce found that he could express himself and his art more effectively with a camera. Starting out as a photo-journalist with a newspaper, he honed his eye, insight, skills, and story-telling abilities from working with the demands of daily deadlines.

The book Arn? Narn. was initially conceived as an examination of a western culture, isolated from the world. Isolated not so much as to having no contact with the... (more)

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Interview with Hunter Shea, author of 'Swamp Monster Massacr

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 12, 2012

Hunter Shea is the author of the novels Forest of Shadows and Evil Eternal, Swamp Monster Massacre and the upcoming Sinister Entity. His stories have appeared in numerous magazines, including Dark Moon Digest, Morpheus Tales and the upcoming anthology, Shocklines : Fresh Voices in Terror. His obsession with all things horrific has led him to real life exploration of the paranormal, interviews with exorcists and other things that would keep most people awake with the lights on. He is also half of the Monster Men video podcast, a fun look at the world of horror.

What inspired you to write... (more)

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Interview with Marc Cortez, author of 'A Gangster's Garden'

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 3, 2012

Since then he has become a marketing writer and frequent blogger, leveraging his writing skills into success as a business executive and entrepreneur.With A GANGSTER’S GARDEN, he has turned his lifelong passion for storytelling into a full-length novel.

Mr. Cortez studied creative writing at the University of California, Los Angeles, and lives in California with his wife and two children. A GANGSTER’S GARDEN is his first novel.

What inspired you to write your first book?

I’ve always been interested in the 4 L’s - language, loyalty, lineage, and legacy – and how those... (more)

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Interview with Jameson Hesse, author of Whisper of Crows

By Novel Noise, published on Dec 2, 2012

Could you please tell us a little about your book?

Whisper of Crows is a supernatural thriller about a disturbed teenage boy’s descent into madness and his journey to discover what is truly real.

Who or what is the inspiration behind this book?

My childhood and my love of dark twisted stories was the inspiration behind this book.

Who has influenced you throughout your career as a writer?

My biggest influence was Mark Twain, J.D. Salinger, Stephen King, and Dean Koontz.

What is the most important thing in your life right now?

My three sons are... (more)

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"The Bloody Mary Club"

By Novel Noise, published on Nov 30, 2012

Debbie Dyke is a novelist and businesswoman from Alexandria, Virginia, and has a background in military intelligence, the stock market, executive recruiting and writing. An Army brat, she’s lived in Turkey, France, Germany, Italy, Albania and Holland. She graduated from the American High School in Naples, Italy then attending University of Maryland, Munich Campus. She graduated from Georgetown University and holds a Bachelors of Science and Masters degree in National Security. Debbie has two grown children, Lisa and Jordan and has been married to Michael for over thirty wonderful years.... (more)

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Interview with author Fumi Hancock

By Novel Noise, published on Nov 28, 2012

Ah, yes…. A Grateful Heart for all the awesome people that’s crossed my path, an Author of Inspirational Books and Fantasy & Paranormal Romance Young Adult Novels… an avid Book Lover who resides in Spring Hill, Tennessee! ?

Oh, I said it- absolutely crazy about these authors: Stephenie Meyer, Amanda Hocking, Samantha Young…and a Self Proclaimed Writer of the Year (Ok, perhaps a stretch but I’m on my way!).?Alright so I’m not in my twenties… probably starting my writing career just a tad-bit late… but I’m determined to be a success story too! I heard 40’s s the next twenties in this... (more)

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How to Avoid the Rejection Blues by Helga Stipa Madland

By Novel Noise, published on Nov 27, 2012

How can one avoid the rejection blues? I just got an email from a lovely young woman judging by her photo, probably thirty-five my junior, who is a Kindle reviewer. I had asked her to review Turtle Bay for me. Our first interaction resulted in her telling me that my e-book was badly in need of re-formatting. I hired professionals, it now looks beautiful, and I happily informed her she could now download it without any apprehension. She seemed pleased, but today’s email says she tried reading my book three times but, 1) it isn’t going anywhere; 2) it has too much description; and 3) I am... (more)

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Interview with author Michael An'gileo

By Novel Noise, published on Nov 26, 2012

Michael An’gileo is the author of The Bluelite Message. Next in line is the 2nd book in the Bluelite series, The Bluelite Message 2: The Light Never Dies, available in 2013. He is also the Founder of Planet Bluelite, a growing organization.

He introduced the Bluelite Meditation Exercise and The Magic Dance to the world through his characters, Keith Dartman and the Women of Planet Bluelite, in The Bluelite Message.

Born in Kenmore, New York, Michael An’gileo grew up and attended schools in Los Angeles and is a known innovator in the movement arts, a visionary and inspirational... (more)

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