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178 results for 'Novel Noise'

Interview with Allan Leverone, author of Parallax View

By Novel Noise, published on Jun 13, 2013

Allan Leverone is the author of five novels, including the Amazon Top 25 overall paid bestselling thriller, THE LONELY MILE. He is a 2012 Derringer Award winner for excellence in short mystery fiction, as well as a 2011 Pushcart Prize nominee. Allan lives in Londonderry, NH with his wife and family, and a cat who has used up eight lives.

Why was writing PARALLAX VIEW so important to you?

I’ve always had a keen interest in American history, and wanted to write a fictional thriller that was historically based. I chose 1987 - late in the Cold War - because I lived through that era... (more)

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Interview with author Tami Goldstein

By Novel Noise, published on Jun 4, 2013

This journey begins with a mother’s love for her daughter. After learning her daughter was on the Autism Spectrum Tami began to tirelessly educate herself in the sciences of: Behavioral Health, Child Psychology, Human Anatomy, Occupational Health, Pharmacology and Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and has been a parent advocate for her daughter since 1997.

In 2002, as her knowledge and passion grew, Tami began reaching out to other families in need of help. In 2005, Tami founded the Rock County Autism Support Group and she is the community resource liaison for the SPD (Sensory Processing... (more)

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Interview with author Gordon Hooper

By Novel Noise, published on May 20, 2013

Gordon Hooper is the author of “Alex and Katija, High and Mighty.” It was published on, November 6 2012, courtesy of Seattle publisher New Libri Press.

He tries to be offensive as often as humanly possible. When not – then he is most likely being semi-blackmailed by his publisher, who has a hell of a job in keeping us all out of jail and preventing the premises of New Libri Press from being torched. Contrary to his wishes he currently resides in the depressing little freeze box of Stockholm, Sweden. He was born on the wrong side of the Iron Curtain in 1977, but was imported... (more)

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Interview with author James Berman

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 15, 2013

How has your upbringing influenced your writing?

When I was in high school, I read a collection of essays by E.B. White and was amazed by his tight, pithy style. It showed me that good writing was lean writing. Up until then, I had thought the more ornate, the better. But E.B. White and my teacher at the time, Harry Bauld, taught me that less is more. As an example of what a good teacher Mr. Bauld was, on the first day of class he said, “My name is an oxymoron; figure out what an oxymoron is.”

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

I was always reading... (more)

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Interview with David Fanucchi, author of Miracle on Grass

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 14, 2013

What inspired you to write your first book? The events that took place while I was the 2000 USA Baseball Olympic Team press officer. After the team won the gold medal, I knew I had something special to tell. I waited 10 years, to give the story time to marinate. What books have influenced your life the most? I like true stories re-told with in depth, behind-the-scenes details. John Feinstein does a great job of telling about how a great sporting event or championship happened, and going back to talk with the key athletes to get their side of the story in his books, so I tried to use that type... (more)

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Interview with author C.G. Ayling

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 1, 2013

What books have influenced your life the most?

So many… A question similar to this was recently asked of me. It prompted me to think back to the earliest memories I know are mine alone – not the false memories we generate from tales we’ve been told, but our true and most personal recollections. Such memories are almost invariably bound into powerful moments of understanding, or emotion. The earliest I have in this vein, are of the Doctor Seuss children’s books. In kindergarten, we were being force-fed a diet of drivel… along the lines of, “See Jack run. See Spot run. See Jack and Spot... (more)

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Interview with author Darlene Josaphe

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 26, 2013

Darlene Josaphe helps women manage stress successfully with resources that educate, combined with personal support. Her website, Natural Stress Relief Tips For Women, is an exclusive website for women that provides self-improvement articles, stress reduction resources, and transformational tools to women who want to improve their lives and achieve their life goals.

Natural stress relief tips for women is a site about turning your life from OK to extraordinary by reducing the stress, anxieties, and tensions that rob you of the peace of mind and happiness you deserve. If your life feels... (more)

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Interview with Constance Scharff, author 'Ending Addiction'

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 25, 2013

What makes Cliffside Malibu different from other treatment centers?

Cliffside Malibu combines evidence-based treatment provided in a highly-individualized way, compassionate and intensive one-on-one psychotherapy almost daily, and holistic therapies to address the specific needs of each addict on the levels of mind-body-spirit. It does so with a deep understanding of the best change models available – namely Dr. Prochaska’s “Stages of Change” model. Combining these various activities into one treatment protocol, Cliffside Malibu has been so successful that I believe it is the only treatment... (more)

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Interview with author Dr. Will Aguila

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 22, 2013

Struggling for almost a decade with his own weight problem, Dr. Aguila gained a personal understanding about the process of obesity. He remembers his battle with binge eating and the lessons he learned that allowed him to finally break the cycle of overeating. He shares with his patients these lessons so that they may break their own Cycles.

Dr. A is an author, radio show host, and national obesity expert. He has appeared on numerous morning TV shows and as a regular expert segment on Telemundo. He is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post as well as other publications. Through his... (more)

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Interview with authors Ron and Shawn Kilgarlin

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 15, 2013

What inspired you to write your first book?

SK: I've always had a fascination with words, maybe because my mother made me read the ChildCraft encyclopedias each and every summer. I had to read an hour every day, and that taught me discipline. I remember the pictures jumping off the page as I swung in the hammock. I began to daydream and concoct stories in my mind. My imagination would explode, and and I looked into the clouds, my creativity was awakened.

RK: My life experiences. I once heard a great quote from the Reverend T.D. Jakes: "Some of the greatest pains I have known have produced... (more)

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