Interview – Alex Hughes

Alex Hughes, author of the Mindspace Investigative Series, stopped by to chat her novels, biology and actor Benedict Cumberbatch. First things first, who is Alexandra Hughes and how did she find herself writing novels? Alexandra Hughes is a shameless nerd, history buff and physics person who loves great food and great stories.   I’ve always…

Interview – Jake Hinkson

After reading Jake Hinkson’s Hell on Church Street and his follow-up The Posthumous Man, I just knew I had to get Jake on here to field a few questions.  Mr. Hinkson stopped by to chat religion, the Ozarks and all things noir. What kick started your love affair with all things noir? I think you…

Chris F. Holm Returns – Author Interview

With The Big Reap set to hit store shelves in a few short weeks, Chris gave me a chance to ask him a few questions about his new novel, his short story collections and what’s on the horizon for one of Angry Robot’s best authors. ******************* The third book in your Collector series, The Big…

Interview – Duane Swierczynski

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Duane Swierczynski, author of the recently released Point & Shoot.  Point & Shoot is the finale to the Charlie Hardie trilogy which exceeded my already very high expectations. If someone had to put together a criminal profile on Duane Swierczynski, what would it say? I wouldn’t be…

Interview – Jimmy Korderas

My guest today is Jimmy Korderas, former WWE referee.  Recently, Jimmy released a memoir detailing his time in the pro wrestling industry.  Now, having hung up the stripes, Jimmy can be seen co-hosting Aftermath TV each week alongside Arda Ocal. When you decided to hang up your stripes, was your decision to leave WWE a…

Interview – Lance Umenhofer

I received an email from Lance Umenhofer requesting I take a look at his novella, And The Soft Wind Blows.  Initially, I put it aside as I already had a towering stack of books to get through.  However, I couldn’t shake a nagging feeling that had been telling me to read Lance’s book as soon as…

Interview – Wesley Chu

I had the opportunity a few months back to read Wesley Chu’s The Lives of Tao.  When I turned the last page, I was blown away.  Not only did I love this book but I thought that it could very well be the best book I’ll read released in 2013.  Now, I know it’s early,…

Interview – Nina Post

I recently was given the opportunity to chat with Nina Post, the author of Danger in Cat World, The Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse  The Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse and One Ghost Per Serving.  We talked social media, her influences, web comics and quantum mechanics. First things first, what inspired you to become an author?…