Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Visit With Kimberli Campbell

My fellow-Lost Genre Guild member Kimberli Renee Campbell lives with her husband and two sons in Nebraska, where she writes speculative fiction for young adults. Q. Hi, Kimberly. Can you tell us how long you’ve been writing? A. I have … Continue reading

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Meet Michael J. Webb

In my final post about about the Risen Books contest, today I interview Michael J. Webb, whose spec-fic story, The Oldest Enemy, came in at first place. Q. Michael, is this your first novel, or have you been at this … Continue reading

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Adam Graham Speaks of Knighthood and Other Pertinent Topics

Next up from the Lost Genre Guild interview series: Adam Graham: Q. How long have you been writing? A. Since I was eight, almost nine years old. Before the San Francisco Earthquake, I was writing Batman-Superman fanfiction. Q. Where do … Continue reading

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A Visit with Jessica LeSaicherre

Continuing our conversations with the writers who took the top three slots in the recent Risen Books contest, today we’ll talk with Jessica LeSaicherre. She took second place with her Young Adult story, Flight. Interview: Is the story you entered … Continue reading

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Meet Cindy Koepp

Continuing in the Lost Genre Guild guest blog series, today we’ll hear from Texan Cindy Koepp, author of The Remnant in the Stars, coming in 2011 by Under the Moon Publishing. Q. How long have you been writing? A. Oh, … Continue reading

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Meet Janet Sketchley

As you may recall, my publisher, Risen Books, recently ran a contest for unpublished novelists and announced the top three winners. For this and the next two Wednesdays, I’ll be interviewing those lucky writers. Today, I’d like to introduce to … Continue reading

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A Visit with Nick Giannaras

Today we visit with Nick Giannaras, a chiropractor by profession who somehow, between his work and several hobbies, manages to find time to write Young Adult novels. The first two books in his Relics of Nanthara series are available from … Continue reading

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