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178 results for 'Novel Noise'

Interview with Constance Scharff, author of Ending Addiction

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 12, 2013

Constance Scharff has a PhD in Transformative Studies, specializing in addiction recovery. She is the Addiction Researcher and Transformative Studies Scholar at Cliffside Malibu Treatment Center and a researcher with the Institute for Creative Transformation. She is an expert on using ecstatic spiritual experience to maintain long-term sobriety. Dr. Scharff writes for a variety of journals and speaks to healing professionals on helping addicts in recovery maintain their sobriety. She has also traveled extensively in Asia, Africa, and North America, learning how to help individuals evoke life-transforming... (more)

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Interview with author William Higgins

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 14, 2013

The seed for this book was planted many years ago. Bill’s journey down his road to Damascus began as a senior in high school when he had his personal encounter with the risen Lord. Immediately upon graduation from high school he faced his first crossroad when contemplating what to do vocationally. He joined the U.S. Air Force because he really wasn’t sure what he wanted to do. It was while in the service that he began to see how his own internal GPS (God’s Positioning System) was calibrated.

As he began to follow the direction of his internal GPS, other crossroads led him to Biola University... (more)

Tags: william y. higgins, your road to damascus, author william y. higgins

Interview with Kathryn Rudlin, author of 'Ghost Mothers'

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 11, 2013


Kathryn Rudlin, LCSW has credentials as both a mental health professional, and a professional writer. Since 1988, she has worked in California as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), having completed her Masters Degree in Social Work at The University of Denver, a Bachelors Degree in Psychology at The American University, Washington DC, post-graduate courses in family therapy, and clinical supervision, and being personally trained by Dr. Karyl McBride in her recovery model for daughters of narcissistic mothers.

She has worked at every level of... (more)

Tags: kathryn rudlin, ghost mothers, ghost mothers by kathryn rudlin

Interview with author James Mace

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 6, 2013

James Mace was born in Edmonds, Washington, and grew up in Meridian, Idaho. He joined the U.S. Air Force out of high school, and three years later changed over to the U.S. Army. He spent a career as a soldier, including service in the Iraq War.

In 2011, he left his full-time position with Army Guard and devoted himself completely to writing. His series, “Soldier of Rome – The Artorian Chronicles”, has been a perennial best-seller in ancient history on Amazon. In 2012 he branched into the Napoleonic Era with the short novella, “Forlorn Hope: The Storming of Badajoz”. This was soon followed... (more)

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Interview with Kyle Scott, author of 'The Federalist Papers'

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 6, 2013

Kyle Scott, PhD, teaches American politics and constitutional law at Duke University. He has published three books and dozens of articles on issues ranging from political parties to Plato. His commentary on contemporary politics has appeared in Forbes,, Christian Science Monitor,, and dozens of local outlets including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun.

What inspired you to write your first book?

My first book dealt with the American legal system. My motivation was to try and set the record straight about the dangers of leaving the common law system... (more)

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Interview with Patrick Dorinson

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 5, 2013

Patrick Dorinson is a veteran of the political wars, radio talk show host and commentator who unlike many so-called pundits, has actually been in the arena and has the battle scars to prove it. He has been on both sides of the aisle and in the aisle itself, having worked over the last 25 year for Republicans and Democrats in both politics and government.

He now is a proud independent and paraphrasing the words of Marx-Groucho not Karl-says he will not join any political party that would have someone like him as a member.

Patrick’s unique political journey has been a search... (more)

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Interview with LC Kanon, author of 'Spring Break'

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 23, 2013

LC Kanon is a native of Chicago, Illinois and has lived and worked in various locations across the country. A first-time author, LC was driven to write after reading far too many thrillers with damsels in distress. Compelled to meld the drama of chick lit with action and suspense, LC began writing and never stopped. Her first book, “Spring Break,” mixes coeds and cartels in a bloody romp through Mexico. When she’s not writing, LC enjoys watching kung fu, taking long drives, and walking along sandy beaches.

What inspired you to write your first book?

At some point every reader... (more)

Tags: lc kanon, spring break, spring break by lc kanon

Interview with Penny Kim, author of Desert Wedding

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 13, 2013

Penny Kim is a Washington, DC lurker and resident of Alexandria, Virginia. She is active in several area book groups that span several genres, from murder mysteries to chick lit and beyond. Currently working on her second book, her debut novel “Desert Wedding” is a compelling coming of age story for the Millennium generation.

Could you please tell us a little about your book?

Desert Wedding is about two friends and one wedding—although the friend engaged at the beginning of the book isn’t necessarily the one who ties the knot. Res and Elsie are the main characters and they’ve... (more)

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Interview with author Catherine MacDonald

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 11, 2013

Catherine MacDonald graduated from the University of the Pacific with a B.A. in English and a Minor in Communication Arts. She earned a Masters in Education from the University of Nevada, Reno. A former school teacher, she owns and operates several small businesses with her husband. She was the vice-president of the Romance Writers of Nevada before it disbanded in 2002. Her published works include The Jeweled Path, Divine Diva, Comstock Rose, Road Queens, Coming Home, and The Way. She is a Reiki Master Teacher who has pursued the Diva trail for over twenty years and she urges everyone to empower... (more)

Tags: catherine macdonald, seasons of the vineyard, seasons of the vineyard by catherine macdonald

Have Fun by author AB Bard

By Novel Noise, published on Jan 10, 2013

Reclusive Seattle author AB Bard’s poetry has twice been nominated for the Pushcart. He is the author under a pseudonym of two other hysterical novels, or perhaps historical novels, neither of which is funny. Mr. Bard is not now, nor has he ever been, a member of the Republican Party. Mr. Bard does not Tweet. He was awarded a sheepskin (BAaa) from Reed College Sleeper Cell. His one super power is the ability to repel all conventional measures of literary success. Mr. Bard is lap to a cat, pal to a girl, God to a dog, & dog to the Man.

Have Fun!

I am a writer with a multiple... (more)

Tags: ab bard, the killer poet's guide to immortality, author ab bard

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