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July 2014

In the Booth with Ruth – Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger, Author

July 30, 2014 // 6 Comments

Currently I am running about talking to people about 'In Stark Weather'...a novel that focuses on three different men, a failed musician striking out to try one last time, an author chasing success that he fears he will never beat, and a man so tormented by abuse and neglect that he has begun coping by giving into horrible acts of violence.

In the Booth with Ruth – Rayne Hall, Author

July 23, 2014 // 2 Comments

With non-fiction, I like to write practical books of the how-to type, helping my readers to achieve something. It's rewarding to play a part in a reader's success. For example, with Twitter for Writers, I show writers how to use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books.

FREE eBook: ‘Life’ a Short Crime Story

July 22, 2014 // 2 Comments

Max’s criminal career has been going downhill since it began when he was sixteen on an armed robbery job with his father. Now in his mid-forties, he’s spent more time in jail than on criminal endeavours and he’s...

Author Interview With Marion Brownlie Plus eBook Giveaway

July 16, 2014 // 8 Comments

I became interested in spiritual enlightenment, metaphysics, self-empowerment and self-healing. The self-healing I used to heal myself of the many traumatic experiences that were deeply hidden. Continuing to learn more, I moved onto personal development, soul growth, the sub-conscious, other dimensions, spirit possession, the...

In the Booth with Ruth – Rod Glenn, Author

July 8, 2014 // 2 Comments

I have written in many genres over the years, but I do really enjoy writing dark thrillers/horror. I do always like to inject a level of black humour into even my darkest writing though. There has to be a glimpse of light for the reader to better appreciate the dark.

In the Booth with Ruth – Sharon Zink, Author

July 1, 2014 // 4 Comments

I write in a literary way probably because I’m a poet at heart and can’t help loving word play and metaphorical language! I do still feel literary work should be accessible and pacy though and that’s why I also admire writers like Anne Tyler and Anita Shreve who are great storytellers, but also write with real elegance.