Interviews

INTERVIEW | Lydia Brew, Author of Ungolden Silence

INTERVIEW | Lydia Brew, Author of Ungolden Silence

Lydia, tell us about yourself. I was born with cerebral palsy but never allowed my physical limitations to stand in my way. I hope that some of my writing also provides insights into the world of the physically challenged. I graduated from Texas Southern University where I received The Society of Professional Journalist Sigma Chi Citation for Achievement. I joined… Read more →

INTERVIEW | Karen Adams, Author of Trying to Outrun the Love of God

INTERVIEW | Karen Adams, Author of Trying to Outrun the Love of God

Karen, tell us about yourself. Karen Adams survived childhood molestation, 7 years of crack addiction, 4 nervous breakdown, two admissions to mental wards of hospitals against her will. She is now an Evangelist who teaches and preaches on the transforming love of God. She has a burden for emotional wounded and hurting people. She attended college at all of the… Read more →

Princess Nevaeh - New Children's Book from Award Winning Author, Paulette Harper

Princess Nevaeh – New Children’s Book from Award Winning Author, Paulette Harper

Paulette, tell us about yourself. I am a multi-published, best-selling and award-winning novelist, who writes both Christian fiction, nonfiction and children’s books. I am a blogger and entrepreneur who owns Write Now Literary Virtual Book Tours. I am from Northern California and enjoys the beautiful weather, shopping and spoiling my two adorable granddaughters. How do you find time to connect… Read more →

INTERVIEW | Keith Taylor, author of Rejected But Still Prevailing

INTERVIEW | Keith Taylor, author of Rejected But Still Prevailing

Keith, tell us about yourself. I am a Youth Pastor with a heart for mentoring. I received my Associates Degree in Leadership and Ministry from Crossroads Bible College and currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Arts in Leadership and Ministry. I am a worshiper,teacher, husband, and world changer. I am known as, “Mr. Inspiration”, and that is one of the “mantras”… Read more →