Catching Up With Writer Roy Huff @realroyhuff

It's been some time since we've had a chance to chat with prolific writer Roy Huff. He's been very busy and has brilliant new work available as well as on the way. So we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to catch up.

Welcome back, Roy. Please tell us what you've been up to.

I have several projects I've been working on for the last three years. Two rough drafts are complete, and I'm working on a third project, a space opera. I've revamped my website, including offering a free short. 
I'm also working on completing the audiobooks for the last two books in the Everville series. 

So during the next nine months, I expect to release three new books and five audiobooks, two of them for books already released.I had taken a detour from fiction after publishing my first nonfiction book, so it's nice to get back to it. 
Before the lockdown, I spent breaks traveling to Europe and Asia, and I plan to get back to it, once the 14-day quarantine in Hawaii, whe…

Brand New Book!!!

Set in Israel in the 1970s, this heartwarming tale follows the incredible adventures of seven-year-old Taliya and her family. From meatballs and mango trees to surprisingly durable flutes and neighborhood bullies, Taliya proves that every challenge is an opportunity to shine. And in so doing, she reminds us to laugh, to bless, to love, and to cherish life. Inspired by miraculous true events, it's a wholesome and delightful story the entire family can enjoy.

Available now on Amazon!

Seven Questions with Writer Michael Gunter

Seven Questions with Writer
Michael Gunter
author of
An Untamed Life: an Introduction to the Difficult and Dangerous Way of Christ

Today's Author Spotlight features Michael Gunter.

Michael is an independent writer. He is a graduate of Charleston Southern University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He published his first book on the Christian life, A Life Not Wasted, with Gazelle Press in 2005. He is a songwriter, electric guitarist, and author of six novels.
We first spoke with Michael in 2012 for his novel Blackwell. And then again in 2013 for his novel Defying Gravity. We're thrilled to have him back once more to discuss his new book, a work of nonfiction, The Untamed.

1. Tell us about your new book The Untamed, what it's about, and how it came into fruition.
The Untamed is first and foremost about Jesus Christ and the kind of life He expects of those who follow Him, but it isn't a rehash of old Sunday School lessons and tips about Christian Living. You could say it…

What's this??? Could it be...

What's this??? Could it be proof copies of the new book which arrived yesterday??? This one is VERY special. Stay tuned!

10 Questions with Thriller Writer C.W. Lemoine (@CWLemoine)

This Author Spotlight features Thriller Writer
C.W. Lemoine
Author of
Fini Flight


A Louisiana native, Lemoine is a graduate of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in New Orleans. After graduating college, Lemoine joined the Air Force Reserve where he flew the F-16 and accumulated one thousand hours including a combat tour in Iraq.

Lemoine later transferred to the Navy Reserve where he flew F/A-18A+ Hornets for four years. He currently flies for a legacy U.S. airline and is a POST-1 certified reserve deputy sheriff.

1.How did you get into writing and why do you write?
It started as a coping mechanism after my mom passed away when I was twelve years old. That turned into a novella that I thought would make me the…

10 Questions with Author Sandra Glosser (@baccibone1)

This Author Spotlight features
Sandra Glosser
author of My Name is Bacci Bogie: Frequent Flyer Extraordinaire

Sandra Glosser has enjoyed a 30-year career as an international motivational speaker/trainer with expertise in law enforcement training. When she moved to Aspen, Colorado, she wrote a newspaper column and then penned a book about a local police officer who moved to the community as an undercover agent. She also enjoyed a fourteen-year experience as a host for her local television show. Writing became a hobby as she pursued her speaking career traveling across the country with her magnificent 'jet pet' Bacci Bogie.

1.How did you get into writing and why do you write?

One might say with a sense of humor, “from the ground up.” My first writing gig was with the Dallas Morning News as an obituary writer.  I had met one of their reporters in a journalism class.  He suggested it would be a great place to get my feet wet.  I had a chance inbetween obits to write some color stories an…

10 Questions with Author Steve Bivans (@stevebivans)

This Author Spotlight features
Steve Bivans
Author of Anno Draconis

Steve Bivans is the author of Vikings, War, and the Fall of the Carolingians; Be a Hobbit, Save the Earth; The End of Fear Itself, and the Viking saga, Anno Draconis: Dawn of the Dragon. He is a trained historian of the Viking Age. He lives in St. Paul, MN where he smokes meat, drinks bourbon, and throws axes at things.

1.How did you get into writing and why do you write?
Short answer? I don’t remember, lol.
Long one? I suppose I’ve always been a decent storyteller (translation: accomplished liar). As far as actual writing, I spent years in college and graduate school writing hundreds of pages of academic stuff. I studied medieval history at the University of Minnesota until around 2011. My focus was Viking military history.
2.What do you like best (or least) about writing?
I love brainstorming ideas. This is true for both non-fiction, which is what I began writing/publishing, and for my historical fiction series: Anno Draco…