Author Interviews

A newsletter is an extended conversation between writer and reader. Check out the one I’ve been having with Amanda Sue Creasey

Newsletters are an integral part of any author’s platform. Learn what Amanda Creasey add to hers, and how her newsletter can support your writing life and need for delight.

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The “we” voice, bylines, and exploring multiple perspectives: an interview with Sharon Harrigan

This is Gutenberg Editor. I weathered winter storm Izzy in a cottage Trudy Hale built at The Porches writing retreat center in Nelson County, Virginia. Outside my window, sleet pinged the glass in time with my typing fingers. While I love my writing desk, retreats are sacred, solitary spaces that nurture my writing life. In the stillness

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Want a vibrant writing life? Find out how Athena Dixon has used personal definitions of success and a dynamic author platform to achieve her publishing goals.

Athena is a modern-day renaissance woman who is multi-talented, curious, and prolific. Within six months of our meeting, her essay The Incredible Shrinking Woman.

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Re-Examining the Stories We Tell About Our Lives — A Conversation with Memoirist Sharon Harrigan

There are the stories we tell about our lives and the stories we discover if we’re brave enough to ask questions. “Re-Examining the Stories We Tell About Our Lives — A Conversation with Memoirist Sharon Harrigan” is an interview with Sharon Harrigan, author of Playing with Dynamite that was published in Huffington Post.

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