Interview: Lorrie Kruse

I’m so thrilled to have author Lorrie Kruse with me today to talk about her book A Life Worth Living, which I reviewed last week. I’ve rarely been so curious when I was reading to know more about the author! So let’s dive right in to satisfy my curiosity… 1) The first thing I notice about this book is that it is the most accurate portrayal of paraplegia I’ve ever read in a fictional book. Do you have personal experience or is that purely research? Thank you. It was all purely research. When I first wrote the book, I just wrote whatever sounded logical. Then, I discovered you can’t just make it up. It’s a fictional book, a made up story, but I couldn’t make up ALL of it? Actually, I’m glad that’s the case because I found out...

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Interview: A.N. Drea (Spiral Razor)

I am so honored to have Ms. Drea here today to tell us a little more about her novel, Shot in the Dark: A Killian McBride Novel (Volume 1). My trusted friend and vigilante reviewer extraordinaire, DevoGirl recommended this book to me and I’m glad that she did. I enjoyed it very much. (See the review from a few weeks ago). So, here is the author to assuage our curiosity…  1) Where did the idea for this story come from? The idea for this story was a long process. Killian himself started out as a character in a fan fiction. He was the result of watching too much Zatoichi and Highlander:The Series, concurrently. I tried him out in various incarnations until I found one that I liked. Jesse sort of evolved on his own, and the story went from...

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Monday Book Review: Author Interview

The author of Lover’s Lame, last week’s book review, is here today to answer my questions! Welcome, Robert, and thanks for sharing your story with us…   1)      I have to assume this is fiction, though it reads a lot like a memoir. How would you classify this book? (i.e., romance? literary?) While writing the book, I did several Internet searches looking for novels written by people with disabilities about people with disabilities.  I found very few.  I do not dare to claim that ‘Lovers Lame’ is The Disability Novel, but one objective is to reclaim fiction about people with disabilities from the non-disabled writer.  It’s about asserting our presence, claiming our place in the culture.  I’m not a big fan of categories.  The...

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Interview: Jennifer Wilck

Interview: Jennifer Wilck

Today’s interview is with Jennifer Wilck, the author of A Heart Of Little Faith, which is a romance novel with a paraplegic hero. Here is the description from Amazon: “Lily Livingston is a widow raising her six-year-old daughter, Claire, in New York City. Devastated by her husband’s death three years ago, she’s in no hurry to fall in love again. Besides, trying to balance her career with motherhood leaves her little time for romance. With a wheelchair instead of a white horse, and a vow against falling in love again as his armor, Gideon Stone is the last person Lily expects to sweep her off her feet. But when a business agreement forces the two of them together, that is exactly what happens. As they navigate the minefield that fast represents their...

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Interview: Cheri Verset

Interview: Cheri Verset

Today’s interview is with the author of the Nurse Tiffany series.  This is a collection of three erotica stories featuring Jeff, a disabled young man, and his new caregiver Tiffany.  They are intense and very graphic stories! Much more hard-core than what I write. I’m really glad that there are people to write all different aspects and types of stories withcharacters who have disabilities. Nurse Tiffany Bathes Me Nurse Tiffany Meets an Escort Nurse Tiffany Makes a Confession All three together at a discount Nurse Tiffany: The Complete Trilogy *** Welcome to my friend, Cheri!  I’m so glad that you could come by and answer some questions. 1) What was the inspiration for these stories? First of all, thank you Ruth for this opportunity to...

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Interview: Robyn Bradley

Interview: Robyn Bradley

Robyn Bradley is the author of  Support Our Troops – A Short Story , just 99 cents for Kindle.  So far all the reviews are five stars, so I’m not the only one who thinks it’s quite good.  The characters are strong and well drawn, the dialogue is crisp and engaging.  The story drew me in immediately.  The only problem with it is it’s very short!  Definitely leaves you wanting more.  And luckily, more is on the way. Before I get to the interview, here is the description of the book from Amazon:  When Koty’s husband volunteers her to visit Jamie, a quadruple amputee who lost his limbs while serving in Iraq, neither Koty nor Jamie is happy. Jamie resents being “babysat” every day. Koty resents her lot in life: almost...

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