As stated in her bio, Pippa Bailey is a short story writer, voice actress, reviewer, and all-round good person. She likes tea, horror, and Star Wars (yes, she has dressed as Princess Leia, but no, it wasn’t in the metal bikini).
Award-winning author and blogger Amy McCorkle, whose works have been published under her real name as well as her pen name, is probably most noted for her non-fiction book, Letters to Daniel, which was spawned by her blog of the same title.
Currently in Los Angeles, where she’s been working on her new screenplay, actress and writer Andreea Boyer gave me an update (taking advantage of us being in the same time zone) on her activities since
Elizabeth Marx pens deeply emotional romances that take her readers on a roller coaster ride between desire and despair. Often described as hilarious, heartbreaking, and heartwarming, she’s not afraid to add a sprinkle of magical
Kim Acrylic, from Seattle Washington, is a poet, recording artist, and indie music journalist, who dedicated her life to poetry at age 15. Since then, she has published four volumes of poetry, and finally an
Best selling romantic suspense author, Clara Grace Walker, writes about fictional worlds populated with characters living out soap opera-style lives. Expect sex, murder, and more than a little back-stabbing inside the pages of her books.
It’s been over three years since actress, model, and (no kidding) Reddi-wip heiress Liane Langford has appeared on these pages. Since my last interview with her in October of 2012, Liane signed with a top
Horror novelist Tressa Graves is an intriguing lady, with a look very fitting to her occupation. As someone who’s read a couple of her works, I did find her characters to be well-developed, the settings