Category Archives: Interviews

#RAWResome Interview With Indie Author Melanie Jo Moore

Melanie Jo Moore is exactly the kind of funny and edgy woman author I was hoping to find when I set out with this dino/women’s books blog. She has her own unique sense of humor. She’s not afraid to have

#RAWResome Interview With Indie Author Melanie Jo Moore

Melanie Jo Moore is exactly the kind of funny and edgy woman author I was hoping to find when I set out with this dino/women’s books blog. She has her own unique sense of humor. She’s not afraid to have

Interview With Author Kathryn O’Halloran

Kathryn O’Halloran, author of the sexy novel, Bad Girls Club (read my review here), stops by Julie’s Chick Lit to talk about riding crops, coffee in Tanzania and how it feels to blog naked. JULIE CHICKLITASAURUS: Your “About the Author”

Interview With Author Kathryn O’Halloran

Kathryn O’Halloran, author of the sexy novel, Bad Girls Club (read my review here), stops by Julie’s Chick Lit to talk about riding crops, coffee in Tanzania and how it feels to blog naked. JULIE CHICKLITASAURUS: Your “About the Author”

{Q&A} Qwantu Amaru

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Qwantu Amaru has one book under his belt as of now (“One Blood,” which will be free on Amazon from November 23 to 24!), and he’s such an articulate and

{Q&A} Qwantu Amaru

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Qwantu Amaru has one book under his belt as of now (“One Blood,” which will be free on Amazon from November 23 to 24!), and he’s such an articulate and

{Q&A} Teri Heyer

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Teri has a big heart and a lot of passion for the indie author movement. With four books that have been self-published, Teri has great advice for why authors should

{Q&A} Teri Heyer

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Teri has a big heart and a lot of passion for the indie author movement. With four books that have been self-published, Teri has great advice for why authors should

{Q&A} Peter Michael Rosenberg

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Peter Michael Rosenberg has been publishing novels since the late 1980s (that’s before the internet, my friends!). Now, though, he’s very enthusiastic about the indie author movement. (Get ready! Lots

{Q&A} Peter Michael Rosenberg

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Peter Michael Rosenberg has been publishing novels since the late 1980s (that’s before the internet, my friends!). Now, though, he’s very enthusiastic about the indie author movement. (Get ready! Lots

{Q&A} Emma Gray

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Emma Gray has self-published one book, but also has made a name for herself with her commentaries on political blogs. Her brilliantly written article about e-publishing is what brought Gray

{Q&A} Emma Gray

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. Emma Gray has self-published one book, but also has made a name for herself with her commentaries on political blogs. Her brilliantly written article about e-publishing is what brought Gray

{Q&A} Tonya Kappes

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. When I set out to find the movers and shakers of the indie author movement, I knew I needed to talk with Tonya Kappes. Not only is she a huge

{Q&A} Tonya Kappes

#WeekOfIndieAuthors And when I say, “week”… I mean 10 days. When I set out to find the movers and shakers of the indie author movement, I knew I needed to talk with Tonya Kappes. Not only is she a huge