Articles Posted in the " Books " Category

  • C. M. Subasic Interview: Author of “The Forty Watt Flowers”

    Today I have the author of “The Forty Watts Flowers” with me, Colleen M. Subasic. She is an award-winning editor, dramaturge, and playwright. Check out our exclusive interview with her.   Tell us a bit about yourself. I am a mid-wife of tales, helping novelists, screen writers and playwrights take their diamond-in-the-rough and polish it […]



  • Lisa Glenn Interview: Author of Female-centric stories!

    Today I have author Lisa Glenn with me. I’m familiar with her work and she has an impressive talent , especially when it comes to writing interesting female characters that battle the odds for their loved ones. Check out our exclusive interview!   Tell us a bit about yourself. Well not much to tell. I’m […]


  • Guy Ogan Interview: Author of the “Immortal Relations” Series!

    Today I have Guy Ogan with me, the author of the enjoyable paranormal-romance vampire series Immortal Relations. Check out our exclusive interview with him below! Tell me a bit about yourself. I retired from the United States Air Force as a Major in 1988 and completed a second Masters Degree at Hardin-Simmons University while teaching […]


  • Oz Comic-Con: Kylie Chan and Queenie Chan

    One of my favourite things to do at cons is break away from the main crowd and find myself in one of the smaller halls or seminar rooms, where there are all kinds of wonderful things to enjoy. My Oz Comic-Con schedule was pretty full, so I didn’t get to see much of the smaller […]



  • Book Recommendations: Fan Phenomena: Supernatural 

    As someone that is known amongst friends as the ‘fandom girl’, I’m often asked about insight into the hows and whys of the fascinating world of fandom. While some of my knowledge comes from practical experience (just being in and around fandom for many, MANY years), most of it is the result of extensive reading. […]


  • A Conversation with Josiah Bancroft, Author of Senlin Ascends

    I was introduced to Senlin Ascends by a friend who claimed that it was one of the best self- or small press-published books he’d ever read. Once I picked it up, it didn’t take me long to realize that he was right. The style, the world-building, and the story as a whole was engrossing – […]



  • Revisiting The Deathly Hallows After 7 Years

    Seven years ago today, we said goodbye to Harry Potter. Well, not really. We still had three more films to look forward to and there was always fanfiction, fanart, and the recent news that there would be a Harry Potter theme park at Universal Studios in Florida. It seemed impossible to imagine a world without […]