Author Interview: MNR, Science Fiction/Crime
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
You might know me as “MNR” depending on when and where we’ve met. MNR is short for “Mark Niemann-Ross.” This drives the IT folks crazy when I ask for a corporate email address  like “mnr@somewhere.com.” They prefer mniemannross@somewhere.com, but seriously, who can remember how to spell that? My latest written work is a contribution to Crooked V.2 – “Do-Ye0n Performs a Cost-Benefit Analysis on a Career Based on Questionable Activities.” I’ve released “Stupid Machine” – A (science fiction) murder mystery solved by a refrigerator. I’m currently prepping to write “Vicious Machine – A mu ..read more
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Author Interview: Michael J. Brooks, Science Fiction
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
My name is Michael J. Brooks. I am a science fiction author. My most recent work is Republic Falling: Advent of a New Dawn (book #1 of the Wars of the New Humanity series). Currently in progress is Republic Under Siege: Threat from Within (book # 2 of the Wars of the New Humanity series). From Planning to Published Are you indie, traditional, hybrid, or vanity, and why? Author:  I am an independent author. Being independent, I don’t have a publishing company influencing my work, and I don’t have to send submission after submission and get rejection after rejection before publishing ..read more
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Author Interview: Palmer Pickering, Sci-Fi/ Dystopian
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
Hi, I’m Palmer Pickering! I write science fiction and just released “Light Fighters,” the sequel to “Moon Deeds” of the “Star Children Saga.” From Planning to Published How long did it take you to finish your first book? Author:      I have been working on the Star Children Saga for over ten years. I rewrote Book One, “Moon Deeds,” several times over the years. Are you indie, traditional, hybrid, or vanity, and why? Author:      I am self-published and have my own Indie Publishing imprint, Mythology Press. What is your publishing process? Author:    ..read more
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UNICEF Ukraine Donation: July 4th
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
Buy or read books by Strife and help out UNICEF in Ukraine. As we enjoy our day of independence in the USA, I think it’s only right to remember that others still fight for theirs. All royalties accrued on July 4th will be donated to UNICEF-Ukraine. I will estimate pages read, so those with Kindle Unlimited subscriptions who read my titles will be included in the donation as well. Children all too often suffer the consequences of the adult world. They shouldn’t have to. Many are displaced from their homes and struggling to cope mentally, emotionally, and physically. My husband and I had looked ..read more
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Author Interview: E J Fisch, Science Fiction
Sci-Fi Fantasy Blog – Amy, Elysia, & Sybur Indie Publishing
by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
Hi! I’m EJ Fisch—author, artist, gamer, and overall nerd. First and foremost, I write science fiction, but all of my sci-fi has a thriller twist. After all, they say you should write what you like to read, and those are my two favorite genres. I most recently published Embers (Feb. 22, 2022), the fifth installment in my character-driven space opera/spy thriller series. It felt SO good to finally get to share five books’ worth of character development with readers and bring the series to a satisfying close…for now, at least.     From Planning to Published When did you s ..read more
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Author Interview: Sonja Hutchinson, Fantasy/ Science Fiction/ Mystery/ Paranormal/ LitRPG
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
I’m Sonja Hutchinson. I’ve written seventeen books in the genres of fantasy, urban fantasy, science fiction, mystery, paranormal suspense, and LitRPG, but currently, only three of the Bond-Wolf Series (epic fantasy) are available on Amazon. I’m working on book four of that series, and it should be available at the end of summer 2022. I once tried to write a romance, but after copious amounts of chocolate and coffee, the urge to finish that piece blew away. From Planning to Published When did you start writing and why? Author:    I began writing in 2000 after my first son w ..read more
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Author Interview: Jonkohrr, Fantasy/ Science Fiction
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
Hi. I’m G Jonathan Hall (Jonkohrr) and I write in the Fantasy and Sci-Fi genres. There are only two works I can talk about for the time being. First, there’s The Enigma of the V, which is an epic fantasy adventure that’s been published on Webnovel; and then there’s also It’s a Brave New World, a Sci-Fi thriller that’s still a work in progress. You can read it in its early stages at Wattpad or Inkitt. From Planning to Published When did you start writing and why? Author:      The official answer is March, 2020. I started because I needed something to do in order to ..read more
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Author Interview: Randy C. Dockens, Futuristic Fiction
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by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
Hi, I’m Randy C. Dockens. I write Futuristic Fiction (with a Science Fiction feel and a Christian perspective). My latest publication is the Erabon Prophecy Trilogy (Myeem, Sharab, Qerach). From Planning to Published When did you start writing and why? Author:      Oh, wow! How do I begin? It’s a rather convoluted story. I think I’ve always had that desire most people have: write a book and be published. Yet, there was never any real follow-through as it seemed like such a dauting task. Plus, I never felt I had the time for such an endeavor. Several years after re ..read more
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Author Interview: William Joseph Hill, Sci-fi/Action
Sci-Fi Fantasy Blog – Amy, Elysia, & Sybur Indie Publishing
by Amy Harwell, CEO and Creative Director
1w ago
William Joseph Hill,  Sci-fi/action author of CYBER FIGHTER, adapted from his original feature film screenplay From Planning to Published When did you start writing and why? Author:      I actually began writing stories in second grade, writing my own sci-fi stories inspired by my favorite TV show Space: 1999.  Most of my elementary school stories dealt with Commander Koenig from the show piloting the Eagle 1 to other planets.  Then Star Wars came out, and that got me dreaming about becoming a filmmaker.  When my family moved to Hawaii, I start ..read more
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