Author Interview: D.R. Shoultz

Today I am happy to have author D.R. Shoultz on my blog.

drHello D.R. Can you describe yourself in a few sentences.

I grew up in a small, Midwestern town, the son of a self-employed home builder. I was a better than average student and an athlete in high school, but quickly became a small fish in a big pond at college. After graduating with degrees in education and mathematics, I spent 32 years in corporate America where I traveled the world and uprooted my wife, son and daughter eight times. Shortly after retirement, I lost my beautiful wife of 33 years in a traffic accident. I spent the next several years finding myself. After a long-distance relationship, I married Claudia in 2012, who not only became my wife, she became my writing partner and editor. We live in the Blue Ridge Mountains with our rescue dog, Milo. Our interests include reading, writing, hiking with Milo, golfing, drinking wine at sunset, and spending time with friends and family. Read more

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Book Review: People in Season by Simon Fay

Book Review: People in Season by Simon Fay

people in seasonSummary:

The untouched – Psychopathic personality types banned from professions where they could do harm.

Agent Mullen is a man tasked with rooting out these dangerous social contaminants. Assigned to the newsroom of Dublin’s most popular media service, he has to be careful when he meets Ava O’Dwyer, a woman who’s prepared to begin a game where seduction, deceit and murder are all fair play…

Winner of the Irish Writers Centre Novel Fair, People in Season by Simon Fay is a darkly compelling tale that you won’t be able to put down.

 

 

 

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Author Interview: Justin Bienvenue

Hello, I’m happy to welcome ecclectic author Justin Bienvenue on my blog today.
2013-08-28 13.45.36What genre(s) do you write in? Tell us about your books.
I write in many different genres. I’ve written a dozen short stories or so each in different genres such as horror, science fiction, crime, romance, mystery, etc. I’ve written in three different genres when it comes to my books. I’ve written poetry, western horror and a crime thriller.
My first book is called The Macabre Masterpiece: Poems of Horror and Gore. True to its title it is a book of 50 horror poems within 5 chapters each a different level or type of horror.
A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West is a post Civil War Western about the small fictional town of Toomswood. The town are trying is trying to recover from the war when a slick Mexican outlaw comes into town with a deal but is really out to cause trouble. It’s up to a young man by the name of Emerson Shaw to stop the outlaw with help from the town.
Like A Box of Chocolates is a book of poetry within several different genres. The book not only has many poems in different genres but also has many different rhyme schemes.
Opium Warfare is a Crime Thriller set in 1920’s Shanghai. It is about the rise of opium from underground obscurity to public prominence.

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