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Interview with the author of the ‘ Riyria Revelations’ series, Michael J. Sullivan

As part of the ‘Michael J. Sullivan as featured author’ series, today we have an interview with Michael. We talked at length about his books, his writing career and future plans. By now, I’m sure everyone is familiar with Michael and his books, so I’ll skip the usual introduction and jump right in.

About the Riyria Revelations series

Ritesh: I asked Michael about about the Riyria Revelations series and the upcoming final chapter due to be released soon. Michael was gracious enough to give us a sneak peak at an excerpt from ‘Percepliquis’ as a bonus for all the waiting fans who were not able to land the ARCs!  

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Interview with the author of ‘Rapture’, Phillip W. Simpson

I have previously reviewed ‘Rapture’ (You can find my review here). I’d like to welcome to the blog, Phill Simpson, the author of Rapture, to talk about the book and his series. He will be answering my questions truthfully as I don’t think he wishes to remain behind when the Rapture happens!

Phillip W. Simpson 

Describe your book? What genre do you consider your book?

Rapture is a Young Adult dystopian, post-apocalyptic novel. It’s a different take on the end of the world scenarios using the Rapture as a stepping off point, imbuing it with all the fantasy elements that I love.

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Interview with the author of ‘Draykon’, Charlotte E. English

I have previously reviewed ‘Draykon’ (You can find my review here). Today, I welcome Charlotte E. English, author of Draykon, who has agreed to answer some of my questions. Just a note: The second book in the Draykon series is out today. So be sure to check it out. Now, lets begin with the interview:

Charlotte E. English 

Describe your book? What genre do you consider your book?

Draykon is a mixture of the fantasy and mystery genres. It’s a mystery/suspense story set in a high fantasy world; the events that occur include some traditional elements of the mystery genre (murders, thefts, investigations) and some fantasy elements (an alternative world, fantastic creatures, magic and dragons!).

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Interview with the author of ‘Ghosts of Arlington’, D. G. Gass

I have previously reviewed ‘Ghosts of Arlington’ (You can find my review here). Today, I welcome to the blog, the author of ‘Ghosts of Arlington’, D. G. Gass who has graciously agreed to answer some questions about her books, her writing career and of course herself.

Now on to the interview!

Author D. G. Gass

D. G. Gass

Describe your book? 

“Ghosts of Arlington” is a fictional account of one woman’s attempt to cope with the suicide of her husband. After witnessing her husband’s suicide, Candace Benning tries to move on and move through the emotional issues that she now struggles with. A series of unexplained events, has her beginning to question her own state of mental health.  And the ghosts she faces are not always the specters from the beyond.  In the process of regaining her life, she becomes a reluctant advocate, with the help of a reporter.  In the process, she finds her voice and her ability to love again, despite the loss in her life.

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Interview with the authors of ‘The Apocalypse Gene’, Suki Michelle and Carlyle Clark

I have previously reviewed ‘The Apocalypse Gene’ (You can find my review here). Today, I welcome to the blog, the authors of ‘The Apocalypse Gene ‘, Suki Michelle and Carlyle Clark. They have graciously accepted my request to answer some of my questions about the book and their plans going forward. So without much further ado, let’s jump right in.

Suki Michelle and Carlyle Clark

Could you describe your book? What genre would you classify your book as?

Suki and Carlyle:  The Apocalypse Gene takes place in the near future during a time of global pandemic.  Olivya Wright-Ono is a 15-year old girl whose psychic sight compels her to see auras riddled with the colors of despair, and now her mother is infected. Olivya’s only hope is the mysterious Mikah, a powerful Empath who claims the Pandemic is linked to his clan, the Kindred, and their brooding, monstrous Immortal Lord. With Mikah’s aid, Olivya races to unearth Kindred secrets, desperate to find a cure, only to discover the Pandemic is far, far more than a mere disease.

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