Author Anthony Avina's Blog

Good books don't give up all their secrets at once. – Stephen King

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? Since a young age, I’ve always imagined the world differently. Asked strange questions. Pictured how things could be rather than how they are. Writing is my way of capturing that imagination and documenting it. When I have a thought, I write …

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I was fortunate enough to work with author Claire Gem recently on her novel Spirits of the Heart, and she was kind enough to offer me a chance to do an interview for her website as well. So be sure to check out my interview with Claire over on her website, and don’t forget to …

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  Interview for Claire Gem, multi-award-winning author of contemporary romance, women’s fiction, and supernatural suspense.   Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing?   I’m a native New Yorker who grew up in a small town about 60 miles northwest of Manhattan. Mother of three, I’ve been married to …

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1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? Writing children’s books wasn’t something I thought I would end up doing, but I find now that now that many of my previous life experiences really have helped prepare me to do just that. I retired from a 23-year military career …

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1)   Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? It sounds trivial, but I have been writing since my childhood. At school and universities, I always had assignments to write essays, both fiction and non-fiction. That’s how writing came into my life and stayed there.    2)   What inspired you to write …

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gaiabamman: Is the cover really that important? YES. In a webpage or bookstore full of books that’s the one thing that will make your book stand out! Common features to most covers: 1-If any characters are visible their faces are partial or hidden. You want to leave the character’s face to the imagination of the …

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First off, congratulations on Hellbound. It’s a fantastic read and am happy I got the chance to review it. 1) Tell us a bit about what your inspiration for Hellbound was.Honestly, there were two inspirations. The first of them was the quantum theory of Schrödinger’s cat. Having read the story you might identify with it; …

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