Interview with Ann Snizek

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Tell the readers about yourself.

Well, I’ve loved books since childhood. Always running away into the pages that fed and freed my imagination. Friends from elementary school recall recess time with me sitting under the playground structure, notebook and pencil in hand, writing my newest escape. Learning is one of my main goals in life. With an infinite stream of information just waiting for us to drink it in, I know that longing will never be fully quenched and I love it. I have many interests and hobbies, but I’d be lost in life if I couldn’t write. It’s part of who I am.

What was the inspiration behind TO ERIS – HUMAN?
I find the unknown fascinating. The desire to escape and disappear as an awkward child reflects somewhat in this book. The feeling of not belonging, fears of loss, rejection, and even the future are commonalities around the world to some extent. I wanted to provide a strong female protagonist that could rise above her troubles and prove to herself that she was more than her past. The play on words for the title show this also.

What is the idea behind the Lucents?
This is a bit tricky to explain as I don’t want to give too much away. For: Giva de Vine, Payton Chronicles 2 will answer many questions about the lucents themselves. What I can tell you is that they have always existed on earth as long as humans. Their physical state has naturally kept them hidden and isolated in many ways. Despite their technological advancements, they are extremely attuned to the planet. Continue reading

Interview with Diane M Robinson Part 2

Here is the second half of the magical interview with Multi Award Winning Author, Diane Mae Robinson.

 

Any fun facts about you that we do not know?

I’m an avid outdoors person; hard to get me to write my own name when summer comes. I have 5 horses, only one ofDMR Pic 1 which I ride. For several years, I rode with a synchronized, western musical riding group. We toured all over Alberta. I’ve had 2 concussions, yep, both horse related.

List your top ten memorable books.

Black Beauty, The Gnome Mobile, Wuthering Heights, Lord of The Rings, Anna Karenina, Of Mice and Men, The Great Gatsby, Great Expectations, The Chronicles of Narnia, Oliver Twist. Continue reading

Interview with Cheryllynn Dyess Part 2

This is the second part to the magical interview with Cheryllynn Dyess.

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Hmm, another good question. Well I love to rock hound (dig up rocks) and go fishing. I am actually a very private person.

List your top ten memorable books.

The Worlds of Edgar Allen Poe

The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

The Broken Kingdoms

The Kingdom of Gods Continue reading

Interview with Cheryllynn Dyess Part 1

This is the first part of a magical interview I had with Cheryllynn Dyess. You can check our the second magical ingredient to the full interview on Friday.

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Author Cheryllynn Dyess

Tell us a little about yourself for the readers.

 

About me hmmm, well I was born in Florida and grew up in Southeastern Georgia always loving the outdoors. I think my love of nature comes through in my writing! I worked in the healthcare field for approximately 17 years – hold a BS in Healthcare Administration. I am an Avon Ind. Sls. Rep, yep I’m the Avon Lady! I have three children, one grandbaby, three dogs and several additional children I love as my own.

What is A WITCH’S DREAM WORLD about?

A Witch’s Dream World is about a young woman who wakes up to find her world destroyed (emotionally) by the death of her mother. When her mother dies her idea of what is real is questioned when she begins to dream about “powers” and “abilities”. Continue reading