Category Archives: author interview

April 23

IWIC Hall of Fame: William Beck, author of Crosscurrents

Today we feature William Beck in the IWIC Hall of Fame. William is taking his inspiration to another level. He not only weaves environmental threads into the themes of his books, spotlighting issues which are critical to all of us – but he also works at making changes in the world. Here is his story. […]

April 03

The Author Spotlight on Lofn Dabria Cole (pen-name Remy Blue) author of Damaged Waters: Shadows by Night

Today we interview author, Lofna Dabria Cole, who goes by the pen-name Remy Blue.  She has just released her book Damaged Waters: Shadows by Night. IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Remy Blue: Greetings, I am Lofn Dabria Cole but my pen name is Remy Blue. As Remy Blue, I write fantasy, science fiction, horror, romance, […]

April 01

The Author Spotlight on Ross Clarke (pen name Rcheydn) author of “The Catskinner.”

Today we interview Ross Clarke, author, journalist and public relations adviser. IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Ross: My name is Ross Clarke however I write under the pen-name “Rcheydn” which doesn’t confine me to a single genre of writing. I worked as a journalist for newspapers and magazines throughout Europe, Australia and the Far East […]

March 28

IWIC Hall of Fame: Phyllis Lawson – author of Quilt of Souls

  We recently featured Phyllis Lawson in our Author Spotlight, however, we couldn’t help but to be inspired by her passion in her work to write her book Quilt of Souls, and moreover, to spread a message about the valor, the strength and the incredible sacrifices made by women, like her Grandma Lula, who grew […]

March 17

The Author Spotlight on Phyllis Lawson author of “Quilt of Souls”

  Phyllis Lawson http://www.quiltofsouls.org Ms. Lawson was born in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of four, she was sent to the tiny town of Livingston, Alabama to be raised by her grandmother Lula Horn (1883-1986), who made beautiful quilts out of the clothing of her loved ones. Each strip of fabric tells the story of […]

March 16

IWIC’s Hall of Fame spotlight on Annette Oppenlander, author of Surviving the Fatherland

  Our most recent entry to the International Writers Inspiring Change Hall of Fame is Annette Oppenlander – author of Surviving the Fatherland. We did an Author Spotlight on Annette and we recently reviewed her book, which can be seen HERE. We realized in the course of reviewing her book that the amount of work […]

March 02

The Author Spotlight on Annette Oppenlander author of “Surviving the Fatherland”.

Tell us about yourself. I grew up in Germany and earned an MBA in business from the University of Cologne before meeting my American husband at a Super Bowl party in Wichita, KS. We married a year later in 1988 and I’ve lived in the U.S. ever since. What prompted you to become a writer? […]

February 28

The Author Spotlight on C.L. Hunter author of “The Soul Mate” romance series.

Tell us about yourself. Hello. My name is Carrie, but I use my initials as my pen name, C. L. Hunter. I was born in St. Louis, Mo, but was raised in northern Florida. I consider myself a Floridian as I still live in Florida. My friends, along with myself, call me the River Rat. […]

February 15

The Author Spotlight on Joe Kilgore author of “A Farmhouse in the Rain”.

IWIC: Tell us about yourself … Joe: My name is Joe Kilgore. I live and write in Austin, Texas. I had a long and successful career in advertising where I wrote television and radio commercials, magazine and newspaper ads, outdoor and Internet advertising for some of the world’s largest corporations. I turned from advertising to […]

February 15

The Author Spotlight on Wilson Jackson author of “Things that go bump in the Night: Here there be monsters”.

                                                         IWIC: Tell us about yourself… Wilson: I am married with children and I am from Sumter, SC. I attended Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC I […]