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Interview with Frank E Hopkins, author of Abandoned Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders

Author’s Bio: Frank E Hopkins writes realistic crime novels and short stories portraying social and political issues. He has published three novels: Unplanned Choices,The Opportunity, and Abandoned Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders. The Maryland Writers Association awarded Abandoned Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders first place in the mystery/thriller category in their 2018 novel contest and it earned an honorable mention in the Delaware Press Associations 2018 Communications contest. The Delaware Press Association awarded Frank’s collection of short stories, First Time, second place for a collection by a single author, in their 2017 Communication contest. He is active in the Delaware Press Association, the Eastern Shore Writers Association, the Maryland Writers Association, and the Rehoboth Beach Writers Guild.

DL: What’s the inspiration for writing your book?
FEH: Since our involvement in Vietnam ended in 1975, those born after 1965, or under 53 have no appreciation for the impact of the la…

A Review of The Family Business 3 : The Return of Vegas by Carl Weber with Treasure Hernandez

Carl Weber is known as the King of “Relationship” Drama but I have to say that his new series (The Family Business) has garnered him a new title…the King of “Crime” Drama. In part 3 of the series, Carl Weber has teamed up with Treasure Hernandez to craft a story where readers see Vegas in action after getting out of jail. He had no time to enjoy being with his family because he had to dive into action to neutralize a threat levied against the Duncan family by Brother Xavier. You see Brother Xavier is the leader of the Islamic Black Panther Party (IBPP) and the husband of Sonya, Junior Duncan’s girlfriend. While locked up in jail, Sonya told him that she doesn’t love him anymore and that she wanted a divorce. Brother Xavier wasn’t taking this lightly and once he paid off Sergeant Jefferson and Captain Nugent to break out of jail, he began to wage war not only on the man who took his wife but the entire Duncan family.

It was a roller coaster ride of action, twists and turns that will lea…

Interview with Carol J. Dunlop, author of UN-Market Your Business: 10 Ways for Savvy Entrepreneurs to Stand Out, Stop Struggling, and Start Profiting

Author’s Bio: Carol J. Dunlop is the founder and CCO at CSI Corporation, the company she founded more than twenty-three years ago with her husband Alvin. Carol is an Amazon #1 International Best-selling author of her book, UN-Market Your Business: 10 Ways for Entrepreneurs to Stand Out, Stop Struggling, and Start Profiting.

She works with women entrepreneurs who struggle to market their business successfully online and is known as “The Online WOW! Strategist.” Carol currently speaks to women entrepreneurs about how “UN-Market” their business and utilize their website as their business hub. Her clients hail from cities across the U.S.A., the U.K., and Australia. Carol currently serves on the board for ProWIN, a women’s business networking group in Atlanta, co-founded and formerly served as the marketing mastermind behind Write Books That Sell Now, and also serves as the Graphic Design sponsor for Atlanta Women’s Network.

DL: What’s the inspiration for writing your book?
CJD: I wrote the …

Interview with William J. Goyette, author of In Our Blood: A Jake Hawksworth Thriller

Author’s Bio: I'm the author of In Our Blood – the first in a series of detective thrillers featuring Jake Hawksworth. Jake isn't superhuman. He can't take on five guys at once, can't scale buildings, can't save the world from weapons of mass destruction. Jake is everyman. He's a flawed, complex character we can all relate to and want to root for.

Like Jake, I'm no superhero either. I'm more of a "word nerd," with my mind always in the "on" position. Right now, I have about a half dozen new ideas banging around in my head. When I'm not lost in my fictional world, I'm traveling the world with my wife, spending quality time with my two daughters, or rolling around on the ground with my dogs. And I do like to think that I'm their superhero.

DL: What’s the inspiration for writing your book?
WJG: For years, I’ve been creating stories in my head, and finally thought it was time to share some of these ideas with the world. My min…