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“To create something that has never before existed “– An Interview with Catholic Novelist Cynthia T. Toney


Most Recent Book: Bird Face Education: BA in art education, minor in history Current Employment: Self-employed freelance writer   Author Website: http://www.cynthiattoney.com Author Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/birdfacewendy Author Blog: http://birdfacewendy.wordpress.com Author Twitter Account: @CynthiaTToney   Favorite Quote: "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." – Edmund Burke, Irish orator, philosopher, & politician (1729 - 1797).          Favorite Poem: “The Builders” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow       Favorite Movie: Field of Dreams (1989). Favorite Piece of Music: Theme from the... Read More →


“God’s fingerprints are all over creation…all over our lives” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Michael Nicholas Richard


Most Recent Book: Tobit’s Dog   Profile: Michael Nicholas Richard was born in Saco, Maine, in 1955l; he lives with his wife, Sherri, in New Bern, North Carolina, and draws inspiration for most of his work from the historical graveyards, churches, and stories from his hometown. Michael has two grown daughters, two young grandchildren as well as two dogs. The dogs never ask for money, but the daughters and grandchildren don't shed.... Read More →


“Catholic Fiction… the key to unraveling the knots we’ve tied in our lives” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Felix Whelan


Most Recent Book: Children of the Good Education: I Majored in Literature & Creative Writing at Webster University, St. Louis, while pursuing a minor in Religion. As a non-traditional student who didn't start college till I was 25 years old and long out on my own, I attended classes half time, while working full time to support myself. I did this for four years and some change, then fell in love... Read More →


To Capture the World as It Is” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Paul Clayton


Most Recent Book: In the Shape of a Man Education: BA, English Current Employment: Retired/Author   Profile: I see myself as a serious writer attempting to capture the world as it is, not as people wish it was. A writer in love with words and story and truth, even when that is difficult. A writer who believes that writing is sometimes like a marriage or relationship; you have to be willing to listen to... Read More →


“A Catholic writer should be able to create a balance” – An interview with Catholic novelist Ugo Ezeani


Most Recent Book: Anumar’s Fall Book II: Paradise Lost   Education: Studied Electronic/Electrical Engineering at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.   Current Employment: Freelance Writer   Profile: While many perceive me as a mischievous, strongly opinionated conservative, I like to see myself as somebody who takes life seriously but without ever forgetting that life is to be lived, not endured. Living means enjoying and participating in the wonders around us, the wonders of nature,... Read More →


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