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Author Q&A with Marlene Adelstein

Marlene Adelstein is a woman of many talents—a USA Today’s best-selling author, movie and film executive, artist in residence, literary writer and editor. It was only natural that she would start the journey of writing incredibly engaging books that you just can’t put down, like Sophie Last Seen. Let me be clear, this creative has […]

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Author Q&A With Sherri Leimkuhler

Sherri is an author on a mission. She’s an athlete, pilot, mother, and author and she’s about to embark on a book tour with her newest release and is ready to inspire others to write their stories, too. As a former competitive triathlete and two-time Ironman finisher, when she’s not writing, she loves to be […]

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Author Q&A with Todd Hosea 

A veteran of the United States Air Force, Todd Hosea started his career serving at North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Air Force Space Command headquarters in Colorado Springs, and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Afterwards, he went on to complete his degree. Originally from Indiana, Todd spent many summers in Colorado where he says, “The mountains […]

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Author Q&A with Charlotte Nystrom

Writing and editing professional, Charlotte Louise Nystrom is also a published author, creative writer and poet from the rocky coast of Maine. Outside of running a thriving business, she is mastering the art of juggling—in the sense that she is channeling her creative talents in so many exciting ways. As an author and a reader, […]

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Author Q&A with Elfary Detorres

Thanks to my interview with Joseph Lewis, author Elfary Detorres reached across the Atlantic to express his interest in Books Uplift. And with Elfary’s release of his new fantasy book, Ayara, I knew he’d be a perfect fit for an Author Q&A. And what a wonderful story Elfary has to share both in his book and […]

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Author Q&A with James Benn

I “ran” into James R. Benn through the Author’s Guild. And when I took a look at his works, the themes and the compelling book covers, I just had to meet him. Not only is he a prolific writer of historical fiction, but he’s the Dilys, Barry, Sue Feder Historical Mystery award nominated author for […]

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Author Q&A with Naomi Danis

Author Naomi Danis brings families together over the love of books and thoughtful messages. Her stories, written with uplifting the child in mind, are so thoughtful to what is important to kids, and adults, and weaves these topics into engaging books that will be passed down from generation to generation. Naomi likes to think all […]

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Author Q&A with B. A. Williamson

I was first introduced to B. A. when I came across the enchanting image on the cover of his book Fantastical Exploits of Gwendolyn Gray. I just had to meet the author. And though he’s a fairly new acquaintance, B. A. will definitely leave a lasting impression. His incredible books, wit and altruistic approach to […]

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Author Q&A with Brett Champan

Outdoorsman and philanthropist, Brett Champan is also a best-selling author of books that blend nature, reflections, history, spirituality, life and love. Each of his works promote the wonders that lie out of doors and being from Wisconsin, there is no doubt that Brett has personally experienced his share of nature’s bounty. The amazing thing is […]

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