Oct 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule

Murder on Campus, Nasty CEOs and Other Dystopias coming in October

Yo! Here we are with the Oct 2018 Author Interview Plunges. We’re looking at month 10 and the close of the interview season.

We have two plunges in October. We start with professors teaching murder at college and all sorts of scifi and fantasy nastiness.

Wednesday, 3 Oct 2018 – Gary Guinn – Murderous Colleges and Professorial Sleuths

Gary GuinnWe start Oct with Gary Guinn and if you want to see a beautiful site, check out his Literature of the Ozarks.

Gary hails from Siloam Springs and mainly writes about college professors solving murders on their campuses, something he’s familiar because he taught literature and writing at John Brown University. His poems and stories have appeared in “Poesia,” “Penwood Review,” “The Mid-America Poetry Review,” “The Rockford Review,” “Arkansas Literary Forum,” and “Carve Magazine,” where his story “The Scar” was short listed for the Raymond Carver Short Story Award. A Late Flooding Thaw is his first novel.

His first novel, A Late Flooding Thaw, a literary/historical novel set in the southern Ozark Mountains, was published by Moon Lake Publishing in 2005. His mystery/thriller novel Sacrificial Lam, released by The Wild Rose Press March 3rd, 2017, is set on a small Southern college campus.

You can find out more about Gary at his website, on Facebook, Amazon, Goodreads and Twitter

Wednesday, 10 Oct 2018 – A.N. Mouse – Caustic Knights, Hunting Nightmares, Violent CEOs, Necromancers, and Unfortunate Alchemists

A.N. MouseNext up we’re all over the scifi/fantasy map with the ever mysterious A.N. Mouse.

A.N. is a Canadian indie author living in Milwaukee who focuses on fantasy work with various side dishes: adventure, romance, dystopia. When not writing, A.N. is an academic editor, though that’s less of a love and more of a ‘what pays the bills’. A.N. is also part of an author coalition called Words After Dark, and write that he has lots of fun putting out books and connecting with readers.

So far A.N.’s works include The Ashen Path in which a caustic knight learns some people skills as she teams up with a demon to hunt an arsonist, The Melankholia Project wherein hunters fight to stay alive in a world where human nightmares become unthinkable monsters, Lost Names about a CEO of a high-tech company who hires a team to steal something. When they decide to drop the job, she has them violently replaced, and Odd about a Necromancer who takes over the country because she likes the power while an unfortunate alchemist is roped into saving it.

Find A.N. on Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Discord