Fast Fifteen with Acclaimed Author, Jason Tanamor

Today, I’m excited to welcome acclaimed author Jason Tanamor. Jason has been described by Publishers Weekly as “a writer with lots of potential.” On VAMPIRES OF PORTLANDIA, Publishers weekly also says that the “…creative worldbuilding of Portland’s supernatural underworld…the most devoted vampire enthusiasts will find this rewarding.”  When Marcella Leones relocates her family of aswang…

Penpal Chat with Award Winning Author, Kali White Vanbaale

Publishers Weekly calls THE MONSTERS WE MAKE “[A] gripping novel…White skillfully keeps readers questioning everyone’s motives.” It’s August 1984, and paperboy Christopher Stewart has gone missing. Hours later, twelve-year-old Sammy Cox hurries home from his own paper route, red-faced and out of breath, hiding a terrible secret. Crystal, Sammy’s seventeen-year-old sister, is worried by the…

Fast Fifteen with Memoirist, Annette Januzzi Wick

Today, I’m thrilled to welcome memoirist, Annette Januzzi Wick to my blog. Annette Januzzi Wick longs to find the perfect care home for her proud, Italian mother, who is slipping further into dementia. In her memoir, the author shares gripping truths about the mistakes she makes before ultimately finding a place where her mother heckles…

FAST 15 With Debut Author, Ian Pisarcik

Today I welcome debut author, Ian Pisarcik author of BEFORE FAMILIAR WOODS. Described by NYT bestselling author, Kim Michele Richardson as “Poignant and searingly authentic, Pisarcik’s mesmerizing, heartfelt debut pulls you in and doesn’t let go—a haunting testament to survival of family and community in a poor and desperate landscape.” BEFORE FAMILIAR WOODS  From the…

A Conversation with Poet David Sanford

Today, I welcome poet, David Sanford and am honored to share his inspiring story. My debut book of poetry, IF MY HEART COULD TALK AND OTHER POEMS, is about the experiences and observations living with my Congenital Heart Defect. Being a Single Ventricle Fontan patient, and after having five heart surgeries and surviving a coma…