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April 26

IWIC Author Spotlight on Russell Warnberg – author of “2064 A Warning”

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Russell: I grew up in Minnesota and at the age of eighteen I shipped out with the Navy. They sent me to an Anti-Submarine Squadron based in Maine. While there I met a young lady, who later was foolish enough to accept my proposal of marriage. We then moved back to Minnesota where […]

April 10

IWIC’s Author Spotlight on William Beck, author of the Bryson McGann action novels

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. William: I reside in Nashville, Tennessee with my wife, Rebecca. When I am not writing, I can often be found in some of my favorite haunts; Florida, New England and North Carolina, spending time with family and friends. I have what I consider to be an intriguing list of interests. A […]

April 01

IWIC’s Author Spotlight on Ross Clarke, 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 18

IWIC book review of How to Survive a Dead End Job by Wilson Jackson

  How to Survive a Dead End Job, by Wilson Jackson, is a gritty self-help book, one that pulls absolutely no punches and delivers a strong message when it comes to succeeding in the work-place and in a career. Based on his own experience and insights working in jobs, Wilson provides a down-to-earth narrative, sometimes […]

March 17

IWIC 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 […]

February 28

IWIC Author Spotlight on C.L. Hunter

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

IWIC Author Spotlight on Joe Kilgore

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

IWIC Author Spotlight on Wilson Jackson

                                                         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 […]

February 13

IWIC Hall of Fame spotlight on Sarah Hill – award winning author of the Whimsy Wood children’s books

  At IWIC, International Writers Inspiring Change, we regularly feature authors who are taking it to the next level and inspiring others through their works. Our most recent spotlight falls on Sarah Hill, award-winning author of the children’s book series, Whimsy Wood. We recently also featured Sarah and her books which you can see HERE […]

February 07

Author Spotlight on Sarah Hill, author of the Award Winning children’s series – Whimsy Wood

I am a children’s author and a small animal Vet. I gained my Veterinary Medicine degree at Bristol University in 1999 and worked in practice for 10 years. At that point I had my second daughter and soon after, I decided to take a career break to stay at home and raise our very young […]