#AuthorInterview: Roland Clarke

#AuthorInterview: Roland Clarke

Turns out Roland Clarke and I have being lackluster riders who love horses dearly in common. This marks the last in a year-long series of interviews with Idaho authors. It also marks the final author interview that will appear on the Word Bank blog. All good things...
#AuthorInterview: Laurie Buchanan, PhD

#AuthorInterview: Laurie Buchanan, PhD

I met Laurie Buchanan a couple of years ago when she first started attending meetings of the Boise Chapter of the Nonfiction Authors Association. Her infectious energy and practical attitude draws people to her presence as well as her book. I’ll soon be working...
#AuthorInterview: Rick Just

#AuthorInterview: Rick Just

This Idaho author interview hits the mother lode today with Rick Just. There is a lot to love about this state, and this post drives home so much of what is great about living and writing here. As someone deeply committed to the outdoors, but perhaps less well-versed...
#AuthorInterview: Natalie Perry

#AuthorInterview: Natalie Perry

I first met Natalie Perry at a monthly meeting for the Boise Chapter of the Nonfiction Authors Association. She’s outgoing, outspoken, and a fun person to be around. As she shared bit of her life and writing goals with the group, it quickly became evident she...
#AuthorInterview: C. C. Magart

#AuthorInterview: C. C. Magart

This month’s featured author and I go way back. I first met C. C. Magart on the first day of my first job as a high school English teacher. A few years later, we started a critique group with another teacher friend, and I give that group credit for setting me...