Author Interviews

It is with great pleasure and thanks that we publish the following authors interviews.

I hope you find them as interesting as we do.

There will be publishing 3 new interviews each month.



Sandy Paull was born in north Queensland, Australia, and is married with three adult children. She has led an active sporting life; loves archery, shooting, and boxing, and has twenty years’ experience in martial arts.

Sandy discovered her passion for writing crime/action/suspense many years ago, and her hard-hitting scenes make any of her four books difficult to put down.


Read Sandy Paull’s Interview Here



 Linda J Pifer is an only child, born and raised in Ohio; writing from an early age to occupy time, she was encouraged to continue in high school. She wrote for newsletters and professional education through her career as a hospital risk manager.

Her first national publication nonfiction was in Country Magazine 2003; The Cloverfinder, a story about her uncle Harlan and his ability to find 4-leaf clovers. Since then she’s written several short stories, a memoir, and four fiction novels.

She lives on Florida’s west coast with her husband and family.



Read Linda J Pifer’s Interview Here




Melissa A. Joy is a new fantasy author who challenges the conventional expectations of fantasy and takes them to a whole new level.  It is no secret that she believes in the existence of all things fantastical, and that anything is possible.  She began building the world of Aeldynn and started writing seriously aged approximately 13, and has since developed it into something truly magical worth sharing.  Tall ship sailing on the high seas is perhaps the most adventurous and striking of her hobbies.  After researching the designs and functionality of tall sailing ships to develop an idea for her writing, In 2016 Melissa graduated at the Open University with a Balchelor of Arts (Honours) degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, and also holds a diploma in proofreading.  She attended Costessey High School between 1997-2002 where she achieved 10 GCSEs, and City College Norwich between 2002-2004, achieving an A-level in English Language and Literature.  Official website:


Read Melissa A. Joy’s Interview Here


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