#AuthorInterview: Craig A. Hart
Nov28

#AuthorInterview: Craig A. Hart

This author interview with Craig A. Hart is a great way to wrap up 2016’s monthly author interviews here on the Word Bank blog. Craig represents a truly multi-faceted writer who wears his writer’s hat in a handful of genres as well as dabbling in both traditional and independent publishing. He’s cool in the best of bookish ways. Trust me. As for next year, stay tuned for author interviews with Idaho authors all year...

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#AuthorInterview: Tantra Benskso
Oct31

#AuthorInterview: Tantra Benskso

Tantra Bensko has a lot of irons in the writing fire, and she also writes in one of my all-time favorite genres. Psychological suspense is one of the trickier genres to fully classify, though I gave it a shot back in the day when I was still toying with writing a novel of my own. In any case, capturing the mind at work on the page is a beautiful thing.   Official Bio: Tantra Bensko teaches fiction writing online with UCLA...

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#AuthorInterview: Tinthia Clemant
Sep19

#AuthorInterview: Tinthia Clemant

This interview with Tinthia Clemant is going to give you office envy. She certainly gets her writing done in the midst of quite an inspirational environment. I’ve always felt surrounding one’s self with beauty helps the creative process by making the soul feel settled and ready to write. Beyond that, Tinthia Clemant’s writing holds appeal for anyone who believes in the power of love. I for one certainly do even...

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#AuthorInterview: Claire Duffy
Aug29

#AuthorInterview: Claire Duffy

Claire Duffy blows me away with her writing output and subsequent energy for life. If you’ve wondered about blogging works of fiction, this post should serve as a source of inspiration. This winter I worked on a reader report for her supernatural Scandi-noir novel Stranger. Even though my job was to help note inconsistencies, I became immersed in a story’s intricacies and mesmerizing characters. Simply put, if you start...

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#AuthorInterview: Martin McConnell
Aug08

#AuthorInterview: Martin McConnell

Martin McConnell is a writer who is truly following his heart and making every attempt to live life on his own terms. I just wrapped up a copyedit of his second novella Viral Fire. His writing effortlessly pulls readers in, and the characters in the dystopian future of his novellas are ones worth knowing.   Official Bio:  Martin McConnell holds a Physics degree from SIUE, and when he isn’t writing speculative fiction,...

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