An Interview with Eliza Green

After falling in love with Eliza Green’s Feeder I was absolutely burning with questions! Thankfully, Eliza agreed to answer a few of them for me.   You’ve tried a lot of different jobs. Why did you become a writer? I was looking for something creative to do, so that’s where the massage course came about. The ghost hunting … Read more…

Feeder by Eliza Green: Review & Interview

Feeder By Eliza Green

Not only is Feeder a fabulous start to what is sure to be an amazing series, but the author is pretty fabulous too! Feeder is book #1 in a Dystopian-Science Fiction series of the same name. Today we’ll talk about the book and meet its creator, author Eliza Green. Feeder (Release Date: November 29, 2016) When … Read more…

Alan Semrow: Life, Writing, and Briefs

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Author Alan Semrow gives Booknista the lowdown on his new collection of short stories Briefs and tells us how he got here. [Gal Pal]: Let’s start with a toast to Briefs. Beer or wine or mixed drinks or other? [Alan Semrow]: Well, if you asked any of my friends, they’d tell you I wasn’t much … Read more…

Cool Job: Founder of Romance Reveal Book Box

Cool Job of the Month: Romance Book Box Founder

Abby O’Shea has a pretty cool job. In the world of bookish careers and start ups, she’s launched her own subscription romance book service.  And, after browsing her blog and doing this interview, I can also tell you she has GREAT taste when it comes to reading.  First, in just 2 sentences describe your company, Romance … Read more…

Album Release: Pink Jean Mint Green by Andrew Shapiro, with Neil Gaiman

Pink Jean Mint Green is the newest album by fantastic musician and composer Andrew Shapiro, who makes a habit of writing songs inspired by literature. The album includes a song entitled “Bash Street Worlds,” written by the amazing Neil Gaiman. MS: How did you start this project of working with your favorite authors to write music? AS: Working … Read more…

Interview with Tiffany McDaniel

After reading The Summer That Melted Everything, I got the opportunity to interview the talented author responsible, Tiffany McDaniel. S:  So Tiffany, why 1984? TM:  I knew the story was going to take place in the 1980s, and for some reason 1984 kept jumping out at me. So I did my research of that year. … Read more…