This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with Kevin Wright. He studied writing at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell and fully utilized his bachelor’s degree by seeking and attaining employment first as a produce clerk and later as an emergency medical technician and firefighter. His parents were thrilled. For decades now he has studied a variety of martial arts but steadfastly remains not-tough in any way, shape, or form. He just likes to pay money to get beat up, appar
This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with E.M. (Elisabeth) Hamill. She writes adult science fiction and fantasy somewhere in the wilds of eastern suburban Kansas. A nurse by day, wordsmith by night, she is happy to give her geeky imagination free reign and has sworn never to grow up and get boring. Her critically acclaimed science fiction novel DALÍ was released in 2017.
Frequently under the influence of caffeinated beverages, she also writes as Elisabeth Hamill for young
This week’s #SPFO Author Interview is with Matthew Olney. Matthew lives in Bristol in the South West of England with his wife, Chloe. By day, he works as a copywriter for an international company, but at night he writes novels. Author of the epic Sundered Crown Saga and the Empowered Ones series. Why did you enter #spfbo? I entered last years competition with my first attempt at fantasy writing in the form of Heir to the Sundered Crown. It didn’t get very far so this time I e
This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with William C. Tracy. He is a North Carolina native and a lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy. He has a master’s in mechanical engineering and has both designed and operated heavy construction machinery. He has also trained in Wado-Ryu karate since 2003 and runs his own dojo. He is an avid video and board gamer, a reader, and of course, a writer. In his spare time, he wrangles three cats. He and his wife enjoy putting their pets
This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with Josh Erikson. Josh has been "writing" for twelve years, but only finishing writing for about four of those. He spent most of his adult life working in hospitality management until circumstances lined up well enough to stop that, and now he's trying to tell stories in exchange for money...or anything, really. Pies are also acceptable. He lives in a small town you've never heard of in Nebraska, U.S. with his wife and two young childre
This week’s #SPFBO Interview is with AJ VanOrden. AJ has spent most of his life dabbling in escapism and fantasy in one way or another: devouring novels, making fun of movies, or sacrificing whole weekends on the altar of role-play gaming. He currently does the work of three people by day, and assembles intricately woven -yet entertaining - lies whenever the demands of sleep and the small red-headed monster he and his wife summoned allow." What drew you to self-publishing?