Author Interviews

Throughout my bookish blogging experience, there are many moments that stand out. Among my favorite is connecting with a broad array of wonderfully talented authors! I have decided to start a spotlight on some of those here. If you wish to be considered please have your publicist contact me.

Melissa Hines Helms is the author of the Leah & Rhea book series (middle-grade novels). In addition, to being an author, Melissa is a mom, wife, school psychologists, hu-mom, and co-founder of Helmshines publishing.  See the interview here.

Lindsay A. Franklin is an award-winning author, award-winning freelance editor, and homeschooling mom of three. When she’s not exploring the fantastical, she’s exploring the Bible and encouraging young women through her devotional books. You can see my review and interview here.

Kitty Lewis is the Fantasy writer of the series, “Legends of the Lost Tribes”. She said, "I’ve had the world and characters in my head for a long time, in fact, I think I was around 6 or 7 when I first started imagining the earliest parts of it all. It was always just a sort of private fantasy though, the little world I’d escape to in daydreams (or during a boring school lesson!). A few years ago I was trying to work out what I actually wanted to do with my life after a lot of plans and ideas had fallen apart, and I realised I’d already created this entire world, so why not share it with others?" You can see my interview with Kitty here. Links to my reviews of the first two books in her 'Legends of the Lost Tribes' series are also available.

I own most of Blake Sebring's books and spoke with him recently. Blake Sebring is the author of eight books  including the novels “The Lake Effect,” “Homecoming Game” and “Lethal Ghost.”I cannot recommend his books enough! 

Blake has worked for The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne, IN for more than 30 years, winning national awards for his coverage of hockey, tennis, and volleyball. In 2015 he was inducted into the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame. He's posted a Q & A here.

Myrna J.Gove is a teacher and author of the book 'Legacy of One-Room Schools'. 

Myrna enjoys speaking about her book and recently discussed the legacy of the one-room schoolhouse at this presentation before the Swiss Community Historical Society. 

You can read more about her research and pictures of one-room schools here.

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