Interviews

The Thrilling Art of Arthur J. Penn

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Sardinia is an island of stunning beauty with a deep, enigmatic past. Late-blooming novelist Arthur J. Penn taps into its splendor and mystery for his first book, Nada, a political thriller.

When Truth Is Truly Stranger Than Fiction

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Two of Anne R. Allen’s novels play off real-life episodes. One involves a Hollywood scandal and the other, her first publishing experience with an erotica company trying to go mainstream. I interview her over at Write It Sideways.

Do You Know How Tuscany Got Its Name?

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They were called the Etruscans, and modern-day Tuscany derives its name from them. Late bloomer Elisabeth Storrs brings them to life in a luminous novel titled “The Wedding Shroud.”

Interview With Sci Fi Author Lindsay Edmunds

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“A guy and a computer both fall in love with a girl. Interesting times ensue.” Author Lindsay Edmunds’ debut novel is classic, mind-stretching speculative fiction, published at age 58.

Diane Capri: Licensed to Thrill

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From the moment I met thriller writer Diane Capri, her midlife reboot intrigued me. Diane is a high-powered attorney…and a best-selling novelist. How did she accomplish both?