Category: Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight: Suzanne McMillen-Fallon

Author Spotlight: Suzanne McMillen-Fallon

| October 23, 2017

Message From Author Suzanne McMillen-Fallon: “Let me share this specific Mommy’s Writings’ query, of so long ago, for Book 1. I wrote: “They’re so many words to write about a true story that inspires the love of God, but I use Mommy’s words to best express Mary’s thread. In 1983, while sitting at my bedroom […]

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Author Spotlight: Steve Shear

Author Spotlight: Steve Shear

| October 12, 2017

The Trials of Adrian Wheeler is author Steve Shear’s first published novel (L&L Dreamspell, 2011). It was awarded runner-up in the San Francisco Book Festival 2015. Steve is happy to announce that The Trials of Adrian Wheeler has been optioned as a movie by EVW Entertainment (producer of the movie Break the Stage), and the […]

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Author Spotlight: Sabri G. Bebawi Ph.D.

Author Spotlight: Sabri G. Bebawi Ph.D.

| October 9, 2017

Sabri Bebawi, born in 1956 in Fayoum, Egypt. He attended law school at Cairo University. He left Egypt for the United Kingdom. Oxford University invited him during the fourth and last year of Law School. He never returned to Egypt. A few years later, after living and working as a journalist in England, Italy, France, […]

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Author Spotlight: Siafa B. Neal

Author Spotlight: Siafa B. Neal

| October 5, 2017

Siafa B. Neal Is Grand-Master / Founder / Inventor / Instructor / Author / Artist / Designer – Advance 3-D Model Matrix Vector Logistics Chess. Siafa B. Neal offers Advance 3-D Chess books which contain diagrams, photos, key information about the game board and actual games to enjoy. Inside each book is the opportunity to […]

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Author Spotlight: Dawn Huffaker

Author Spotlight: Dawn Huffaker

| September 26, 2017

Dawn Huffaker lives in the mountains of the southwestern corner of New Mexico. She is the eldest daughter of two educators. At the age of eight months, Dawn became mysteriously ill and never learned to walk. She has had to learn to deal with her world from a wheelchair. With the help of her family, […]

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Author Spotlight: Charles E. Yallowitz

Author Spotlight: Charles E. Yallowitz

| September 18, 2017

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn’t working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned […]

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Author Spotlight: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

Author Spotlight: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

| September 16, 2017

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is a children’s book author with five books published at this time: Award-winning autobiography, Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. All of her books offer positive messages for children. Her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj, beautifully illustrates her books. […]

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Author Spotlight: Jennifer Robins

Author Spotlight: Jennifer Robins

| September 14, 2017

Jennifer Robins took up writing about the paranormal after a long time in the business world. She attended Cuyahoga Community College in Ohio (TriC). Her interest in the unexplained we live with has taken her to some intense research of many intriguing subjects. These findings have inspired her to write the stories she puts into […]

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Author Spotlight: A. Gavazzoni

Author Spotlight: A. Gavazzoni

| September 14, 2017

A. Gavazzoni is a Brazilian author. She just won The Golden Book Award- Readers Choice for her first novel Behind The Door. Adriana is a lawyer, a former professor of law and a writer of novels and legal books, but she is also a voracious reader. She speaks four languages: English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. […]

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Author Spotlight: Else Byskov

Author Spotlight: Else Byskov

| September 13, 2017

Else Byskov is an international authority on the groundbreaking work of Martinus (1890-1981), the Danish philosopher, visionary and mystic. Before she came across the Martinus material (comprising over 9000 pages), Else was a convinced atheist for many years, so it came as quite a surprise to her when she became the author of a series […]

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