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An Interview with Tom Molnar


Most Recent Book: Dark Age Maiden Education: Cathedral High School, Indianapolis; Marian College, Indianapolis (2.5 years); Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, bachelor’s; Indiana State University, master’s program Current Employment: Writer Profile: I'm friendly with generally a relaxed manner and much more talkative than in my earlier years. I'm athletic, trim and still enjoy playing tennis in the summer and tag football when enough of our family gets together. I'm blessed with a... Read More →


An interview with Ann Frailey


An interview with Ann Frailey Most Recent Book: Ishtar's Redemption - Trial by Fire Education: B.S. in Education, Peace Corps Volunteer – Philippines. Website: http://www.akfrailey.com Current Employment: Homeschooling mother; author. Profile: Native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; received a degree in elementary education. She served as an Apostolic Volunteer in Chicago and served in the Peace Corps in the Philippines. She taught in both public and private school in major cities and small towns and she now... Read More →


The Right-brain’s Secretary: an interview with Mack Hicks


Most Recent Book: The Sheltering Tower Education: B.S. Notre Dame, bachelor’s; University of Florida, master’s;  University of Wisconsin Med School, intern in psychology; University of Florida, Ph.D. Website: http://mack-hicks.com Blog: http://psychologytoday.com Twitter: http://HicksMack Current Employment: President of Board, LLL,Inc. A company that provides programs for children with learning disabilities. Profile: Others see me as creative, surprising, bold, opinionated, funny, sarcastic, friendly with all people. I want to be seen as more modest, less of some of... Read More →


Seeing “God’s hand in things” – an interview with Catholic writer Declan Finn


Most Recent Book: A Pius Man: A Holy Thriller Education: St. John’s University, NY: 2000-2003, bachelor’s in Philosophy and history; St. John’s University, NY: 2004, master’s in History; Fordham University, NY: PhD candidate, until 2007. Not completed. Website: http://declanfinn.webs.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/A.Pius.Man.novel Blog: http://apiusman.blogspot.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/APiusManNovel Current Employment: Selling my books Profile: I am a nerd of many colors. I like Catholic history and philosophy and theology, and look at them for fun. I like action movies, and... Read More →


Seek to See God with Essential Simplicity: An Interview with Arthur Powers


Manuscripts do a marvelous job of sitting still and quiet in boxes, in notebooks, and in drawers, requiring nothing until their authors are ready to work on them again or show them to the world. Arthur Powers, author of The Book of Jotham, first wrote his novella manuscript in 1989, but it didn’t see the light of day until 2012, when it was selected as the inaugural winner of the... Read More →


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