B. B. Griffith writes thrillers of all types, from psychological to supernatural. He is the author of the Tournament series, the Vanished series, and the Gordon Pope series. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his latest book, The Sleepwalkers, in which a 12-year old boy is accused of committing violent assault while asleep.
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William Timothy Murray was born and raised in a small town of the American Deep South and now lives in the Appalachian foothills of northeast Georgia. He enjoys stargazing, tinkering with an old sailboat, and listening to music. He keeps a small writing desk in an old barn. There, amid a clutter of maps, drawings, and books, his memories and experiences join with all the tales he has read to inform and disturb his pen. As our Author of the Day, Murray tells us all about his latest novel, The Bellringer.
Rich's Zed's World series is gripping and un-put-downable. Book Four is in progress and as our Author of the Day, Rich gives us a peek behind the scenes into what it took to write Book Three - No Way Out.
Leela Hope is a writer with over 22 years of experience in writing endearing children's fiction. Her lively characters have entranced and captivated her audience, and she has taken great joy in writing the three series of books, each beautifully illustrated with love and care. As our Author of the Day, Hope tells us about her Jarod Giraffe collection.
The challenges of the unequally yoked marriage are best understood by someone who has lived this life. Miranda J. Chivers draws her knowledge from both her forty years of experience in two marriages and counseling individuals in her former social work career. An avid researcher and student of the Bible, she is fascinated by cultural diversity and social differences. As our Author of the Day, Chivers tells us all about her book, Unequally Yoked: Staying committed to Jesus and Your Unbelieving Spouse.
Richard L. Haight is an instructor of meditation, healing, and martial arts, and he is the author of The Unbound Soul: A Spiritual Memoir for Personal Transformation and Enlightenment. He began his path of awakening at age eight when he made a solemn promise in a vision to dedicate his life to enlightenment and to share what he found with the world. At the age of 24, Haight moved to Japan to advance his training with masters of the sword, staff, and jujutsu. During his 15 years living in Japan, Haight was awarded masters licenses in four samurai arts as well as a traditional healing art called Sotai-ho. As our Author of the Day, Haight gives us some insights in his latest book: Inspirience: Meditation Unbound: The Unconditioned Path to Spiritual Awakening.
Nicole Harkin grew up in Montana and Georgia with parents who were steeped in the airline industry. To Harkin, family life was an interesting mix of secrets, drama and humor. She ended up writing a memoir which won an award and keeps readers at the edge of their seats. Illness, cancer, teen pregnancy: it’s all in there! As our Author of the Day, Harkin talks more about her childhood, her hobbies and what drove her to write this memoir.
Richard Dietrich Maddox is the author of a couple of number-one Amazon-bestselling Enlightenment novels. Maddox grew up in the Midwest and graduated with honors from Princeton University. Before he became a full time author, he studied literature in Europe, taught meditation and served as the Vice President of Sales for seven successful high-tech startup companies. As our Author of the Day, Maddox talks about enlightenment, meditaion, baby boomers and much more.
Nine days after her divorce was finalized, Rebecca Faye Smith Galli, a 38-year-old mother of four, wakes with leg pains that paralyze her. Her kids were 3, 4, 6, and 9 years old at the time. Despite this loss and others—her brother’s death, her daughter’s autism; her son’s disease and death—Galli offers inspiration to rethink what’s possible. As our Author of the Day, she talks about what it takes to live fully the life you didn't plan.
Lee Mountford is a lifelong horror fan, much to the dismay of his amazing wife, Michelle. It is therefore not surprising that he writes terrifying, graphic horror novels that keep readers at the edge of their seats. His first book, Horror in the Woods, was published in May 2017 to fantastic reviews, and his follow-up book, The Demonic, achieved Best Seller status in both Occult Horror and British Horror categories on Amazon. As our Author of the Day, Mountford tells us all about his latest book, Tormented.
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