Get to know Best-Selling Author James Reasoner

James Reasoner James Reasoner has been telling tales and spinning yarns as far back as he can remember. He’s been doing it professionally for more than 40 years, and during that time, under his own name and dozens of pseudonyms. He has also written numerous articles, essays, and book introductions on a variety of topics related…

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An Interview With Dallas Barnes

An Interview With Dallas Barnes By Anecia Ascalon Novelist & Screenwriter, Dallas Barnes has written nearly two hundred hours of primetime television drama, as well as seven bestselling novels. His writings have won nominations for Emmy’s, in both primetime and daytime, as well as the famed Edgar Alan Poe Award, the Image Award and the…

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An Interview with Hock Hochheim

An Interview with Hock Hochheim by Anecia Ascalon   Hock Hochheim is a former detective, patrolman, and US Army investigator. In the last three decades Hock has sold 35,000 fiction and non-fiction hardcover, paperback, and eBooks. He writes true crime novels based on his police experience, action thrillers, non-fiction books, and “how-to” fighting books. He…

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An Interview with Author Max Allan Collins

An Interview with Max Allan Collins by Anecia Ascalon   Max Allan Collins has earned an unprecedented twenty-three Private Eye Writers of America “Shamus” nominations, winning for his Nathan Heller novels, True Detective (1983) and Stolen Away (1991), and his short story “So Long, Chief” (with Mickey Spillane). Collins has written five suspense novel series,…

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An Interview with Sharon Sala

An Interview with Sharon Sala By Lauren Bridges Sharon Sala is a name I’m sure most people have heard at one time or another, and if you haven’t, it’s not too late. Best-selling author of over 125 books and novellas in six different genres – Romance, Young Adult, Western, Fiction, and Women’s Fiction and Non-Fiction.…

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An Interview with Richard Prosch

Richard Prosch Richard Prosch worked as a professional writer, artist, and teacher in Wyoming, South Carolina, and Missouri, while amassing enormous collections of paperback fiction, comic books, MEGO action figures, and vintage vinyl. His work has appeared in novels, numerous anthologies, True West, Roundup, and Saddlebag Dispatches magazines, and online at Boys’ Life. Wolfpack Publishing:…

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A Team Reaper Author: Mark Allen

Mark Allen A veteran to action fiction, Mark Allen is the third voice behind Team Reaper. Mark prefers his pose to pack a punch, likes his heroes to sport twin Micro-Uzis a la Chuck Norris in Invasion USA, and firmly believes there is no such thing as too many headshots in a novel. He started…

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A Team Reaper Author: Brian Drake

GET TO KNOW AUTHOR BRIAN DRAKE A twenty-five-year veteran of radio and television broadcasting, Brian Drake has spent his career in San Francisco where he’s filled writing, producing, and reporting duties with various stations. A love of reading when he was younger inspired him to create his own stories. Today, Brian Drake spends time between…

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A Team Reaper Author Interview: Brent Towns

Brent Towns

Brent Towns A relative newcomer to the world of writing, Brent Towns self-published his first book, a western, in 2015. Since then, he has written over 26 western stories and various other genres. Brent Towns is one of three authors of the new action & adventure Team Reaper Series for Wolfpack Publishing.   Wolfpack: You…

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The Duo Behind Gil & Claire Hunt

The Masks Of Auntie Laveau (A Gil & Claire Mystery Book 2) by Robert J. Randisi and Christine Matthews

The Duo Behind Gil & Claire Hunt Writing a book is difficult enough, but this couple managed to write a series together. Robert J. Randisi and Christine Matthews are the masterminds behind the Gil & Claire Hunt Mysteries and we got a chance to ask them both a few questions (and get some great banter…

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