The Scrolls

Author Interviews 24 January 2011 | 0 Comments

 Interview with Author, James Mercer   What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? Hypothesizing what happened during the eighteen years of Jesus life missing from the Bible. Traveling in Europe, many people I spoke with about the subject were convinced that Jesus traveled to Northern India while in Xi’an, […]

Tom Cammack

Author Interviews 16 December 2010 | 0 Comments

Did you learn anything from writing your book? Yes, I learned to really focus more and communicate ideas better. What’s the hardest part of writing a book?   The hardest part for me was the time commitment to doing the research and then writing a book that both investment professionals and non-investment professionals would learn […]

MindBody FX Lifestyle

Self Help 10 May 2010 | 0 Comments

Excerpt of MindBody FX Lifestyle by Melonie Dodaro Chapter 1:  Preparing for Change Instead of giving myself reasons why I can’t, I give myself reasons why I can.   – Unknown Author Autobiography in Five Short Chapters by Portia Nelson I.     I walk down the street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I […]

Built to Sell – Excerpt

Financial 4 May 2010 | 0 Comments

Excerpt – Built to Sell by John Warrillow 8 steps for creating a sellable service business There are many reasons for wanting to create a sellable business. You may want to retire, travel, cash out or just sleep well at night knowing you could sell your business if you needed to. Unfortunately, however, just 1 […]

Author Interview – Jim Overturf

Author Interviews 27 March 2010 | 0 Comments

 What surprised you the most about the book writing process? How incredibly difficult it is to avoid the TELL-TELL-TOLD writing technique I used for 30 years writing training manuals.  During my engineering career I wrote hundreds of training programs.  In every lesson plan, (1) you tell the trainee that you are going to tell him/her […]

Author Interview – Mark Oristano

Author Interviews 13 March 2010 | 0 Comments

I was a sportscaster in the NFL for many years and wanted to help people who found the game confusing understand it a little better. How long did the book take you from start to finish? About 7 months. What aspect of writing the book did you find particularly challenging? Being disciplined enough to get […]

Replacement Child – A Memoir

Author Interviews 23 January 2010 | 0 Comments

An Interview with Judy L. Mandel, author of Replacement Child 1.    Q: Why did you write the book? A: I started writing Replacement Child to try to piece together my own history and discover how the plane crash before I was born shaped my life. In the process, I found out a great many things […]

Richard Jarzynka

Adventure 28 December 2009 | 0 Comments

 An Author Profile with Richard Jarzynka, author of Blessed with Bipolar What do you think makes a good writer? Letting yourself go wild in your writing. A relentless unwillingness to settle for anything less than brutal emotional honesty – with yourself. Driving into the pain, bleeding a little, and winking at it with a knowing […]

Scenes on terrorism exposed …

Fiction 2 April 2009 | 0 Comments

ISBN 978-0-9770866-8-9 is an e-book by Roland Hughes, published by Logical Solutions in 465 pages. The story begins with a secret international team of al-Qaida fighters following and apprehending an offshore web master who is part of an al-Qaida cell, which, in turn, is part of a far-ranging network. From here, the scene shifts to […]

Take Charge Living

Self Help 28 February 2009 | 0 Comments

Take-Charge Living…How to Recast Your Role in Life…One Scene at a Time by Marion Kramer Jacobs, PH.D iUniverse 153 pages, $15.95 ISBN: 978-1-60528-014-1 Change is always difficult. What makes it even more difficult is when there are deep fears that stand in your way. What do you do when these fears plague your life […]