Interview with Cindy Helms, Author of “100 Things”

Cindy Helms is an artist, author, and illustrator based in Denver, Colorado. She uses a variety of mediums for her creations but prefers drawing using simple pens and colored pencils. After many years as an IT manager, another many years designing and building sets for musical theater, and another many years as a stay-at-home mom […]

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Interview with Clay Cormany – Author of “The Bullybuster”

The BullybusterClay CormanyIndependently Published 2019ISBN 9781790644032 Clay Cormany is the author of two YA novels. His debut, Fast-Pitch Love, combines the angst and thrill of teenage romance with softball competition. His latest novel, The Bullybuster, puts a unique spin on bullying, technology and revenge. Before writing Fast-Pitch Love, Clay spent over 25 years as a […]

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Interview with George Chiang, Author of “The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing”

THE RAILROAD ADVENTURES OF CHEN SING George Chiang FriesenPress (2017) ISBN 9781460299401 Reviewed by Paola Belloso (age 9) for Reader Views (04/17) Interview by Sheri Hoyte (4/18) George Chiang journeyed deep into the mountains in the Pacific Northwest to uncover the long-lost stories of Chen Sing.  George wrote and composed the award-winning musical, Golden Lotus.  Also an […]

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Interview with Kai Raine, Author of “These Lies That Live Between Us”

THESE LIES THAT LIVE BETWEEN US Kai Raine Gatekeeper Press (2018) ISBN 9781619848894 Reviewed by Arianna Violante, YA Reviewer for Reader Views (3/18) Interviewed by Sheri Hoyte (3/18) Kai Raine is a writer and cognitive scientist, who believes in thinking outside the box and questioning assumptions. Kai reads and writes to experience lives and opinions and possibilities beyond her […]

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Interview with Geoffrey Cook, Author of “Veronica and the Volcano”

Veronica and the Volcano Geoffrey Cook Violet Moon LLC (2017) ISBN 9780692892008 Reviewed by Paola Belloso (age 9) for Reader Views (07/17) Interview by Sheri Hoyte (3/18) Geoffrey Cook started telling Veronica and the Volcano stories to pass the time with his daughter Madeline on the twenty-five-minute drive to school every morning. She enjoyed his stories, and so he wrote […]

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