Thursday, February 25, 2010


It is with Great Pleasure and an honor to bring back Author Sam Moffie.

Author of:     "NO MAD"       5 Star Review


Author of:          "THE BOOK OF ELI"       



Geri:   Do you enjoy book blogging, and how significant do you think it is for exposure
             of your books?

Sam:      I enjoy book blogging when I have the time. Mostly, I get the experience and
                fun of being a guest on other people's blogs.

Geri:         Which genre do you think transforms into the best movies?

Sam:         Non-linear Fiction.

Geri:           Describe your perfect reading location.

Sam:          Outside, on a beautiful summer day, laying in my hammock in my backyard
                    with my dog Bailey lying underneath, my muse Juliette working in her
                    flower garden and cold ice tea at hand.

Geri:            What are your plans for the future in the literary world?

Sam:           Continue to write, re-write and market myself, and be ready for the changes
                     that the literary world continues to experience.

Geri:             What aspect of a book is most important to you, the plot, the characters,
                      or the setting?

Sam:             The Characters.

Geri:                Thank you kindly for your time, and Welcome Back. I wish you much
                          success in all your writing achievements, and new releases.

Sam:                You're welcome.


Tuesday, February 9, 2010


It is an honor to Interview Author Geoffrey Neil today.

Author of:    "DIRE MEANS"

Genre:             Thriller


Geri:        When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer?

Geoffrey:    When I first began to realize how therapeutic writing was. Journaling for
                      myself gave me my first satisfaction as a writer. Then when I was offered
                      some free lance work for a local newspaper, I received my first positive
                      feedback from strangers, who carry much more credibility about quality
                      than loved ones. This encouraged me, and made me want to write more.

Geri:          Did you have favorite books as a child?

Geoffrey:   Dr. Seuss, and as many books about animal adventures as I could find, and
                     get my parents to read to me.

Geri:            Who is your favorite author?

Geoffrey:    John Steinbeck.

Geri:               Has a special person in your life inspired you to write?

Geoffrey:       Yes, and I'd add 'encouraged and prodded' to describe what my friend,
                          Judy Proffer, an ex-boss turned friend has done to support me.

Geri:              If you were to write in a different genre, what would it be?

Geoffrey:      Fantasy. I think fantasy is fiction stretched to its limit, because not only
                        is it created by the author's imagination, it often includes worlds and
                        beings that are based on nothing we've ever seen.

Geri:              Do you have any current work in progress?

Geoffrey:      Yes. I'm drafting my second book, and it will include one character from
                        "DIRE MEANS."  That character will probably be obvious to anyone who
                         finishes the story. I don't know if book number two will carry the
                         socially conscious theme of DIRE MEANS, but since I don't work from
                         from an outline, I never know where events will take the story.

Geri:               Thank you very much for your time. It has been a pleasure, and very
                         enjoyable. I wish you much success.

Geoffrey:        You're welcome.