Featured Friday! Lawrence Kelter

Kelter, LarryThis week’s interview is with none other than Larry Kelter. I’m not sure I can write a better introduction than the man himself, so read on!

Name?

Lawrence Kelter

 

Age?

Don’t push it!

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Featured Friday! Immanion Press

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by Pete Richmond

Today’s Featured Friday is something a bit different. We’ve spent the past year (and a bit) interviewing Independently- or Self-Published authors about them, their books and their lives. It’s time to shine the spotlight in the other direction.

Immanion PressI got the chance to talk to Storm Constantine, the Founder, Managing Director and Commissioning Editor of Immanion Press. Apart from deciding that I need to give myself a few more job titles, I gained some interesting insights into the running of a small, independent publishing company. Continue reading

Featured Friday! Peter Mowbray

Peter MowbrayMy name is Peter Mowbray, I am a “young at heart” 56 year old, married to Sally and have 2 grown up sons Oli and Ross, we live just outside the regatta town of Henley on Thames in Oxfordshire. I work as an office administrator for a conference and event production company.Mowbray, Peter - The Serpent of the Valois

I’ve always had a passion for history, even as a young child, and was fascinated by one particular character from sixteenth century European history – Catherine de Medici. From the infamous Medici family, who became a Queen of France

From what I had read and learned, I decided to put together my own interpretation of Catherine’s story. After studying for and gaining a diploma in historical writing I wrote my first novel – The Serpent of the Valois which was self-published in 2013. Continue reading

Featured Friday! Shelby Londyn-Heath

img_1829-2Shelby Londyn-Heath has been a world-traveler, crossing the Sahara Desert on the back of a salt truck, working on banana plantations in Spain, an oil company in New York, and on coffee farms in Hawaii. She has jumped freight trains across the United States, and she was the proud owner of a beachfront bamboo hut on the Canary Islands. She has worked as a counselor, social worker, and teacher. Continue reading

Featured Friday! Devorah Fox

devorah-fox“What if?” Those two words all too easily send Devorah Fox spinning into flights of fancy. Best-selling author of an award-winning literary historical fantasy series and several thrillers, she also penned Mystery Mini Short Reads and contributed short stories to popular fantasy anthologies. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now lives on the Texas Gulf Coast with rescued tabby cats … and a dragon named Inky.

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Featured Friday! Lenita Sheridan

Lenita Sheridan was born in Seattle, Washington. She moved to Fairbanks, Alaska with her parents when she was three. When she was ten she moved with her parents to the Goldstream Valley, a rural area outside Fairbanks. The family built a house there on six and a half acres of wooded land. Lenita Sheridan loved playing in the woods. They were a source of inspiration and imagination for her. When she was eleven she became a Christian. That was a turning point year for her, for she also decided to become a writer at that age. Continue reading

Featured Friday! Andrew Joyce

andrew-llPD: I’m delighted to introduce our Featured Friday segment with Andrew Joyce, who you may remember as guest posting for Zealot Script in the recent past.

Check out his guest post on Authorial Research.

Andrew Joyce left high school at seventeen to hitchhike throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico. He wouldn’t return from his journey until decades later when he decided to become a writer. Joyce has written five books, including a two-volume collection of one hundred and fifty short stories comprised of his hitching adventures called Bedtime Stories for Grown-Ups (as yet unpublished), and his latest novel, Yellow Hair. He now lives aboard a boat in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his dog, Danny, where he is busy working on his next book, tentatively entitled, Mick Reilly.

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