INTERVIEW WITH MAXINE REVERE FROM ABANDONED BY ALL...

  Thank you for doing this. You have had some hard knocks in your life. Your mother left you just before your tenth birthday and then disappeared off the face of the earth a few years later.  Raised by your grandparents you became an independent, strong, determined, person who has little regard for those who are dishonest. Now you use those skills as a cable TV investigative reporter to help solve Cold Cases. Let’s start out by going back in time. Elise Cooper: Some of those who know you described how you are ruled by your past, driven, demanding, sometimes arrogant, judgmental, yet passionate and intelligent. Do you agree? Maxine...

INTERVIEW WITH IRENE KENNEDY FROM VINCE FLYNN̵...

Vince Flynn’s Red war (Mitch Rapp book 15) Kyle Mills Atria/Emily Bestler Books Sept 25th, 2018 INTERVIEW WITH DR. IRENE KENNEDY FROM VINCE FLYNN’s RED WAR BY KYLE MILLS, A VINCE FLYNN NOVEL Thank you for doing this.  You are so greatly respected and admired, the first female CIA Director.  Our adversaries consider you a formidable foe. But it has to be tough on your family with you spending long hours combating America’s adversaries with Mitch Rapp.     Elise Cooper: How is your son Tommy and your adopted dog Shirley? Dr. Irene Kennedy: Both are wonderful. It’s hard to believe that Tommy is already looking into colleges. He’s...

INTERVIEW WITH McKENNA TATE FROM “A TALL, DA...

A TALL, DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS (A Gold Valley Novel Book 2) Maisey Yates HQN Pub September 25th, 2018   Thank you for doing this. You have had some hard knocks in your life. You appear to have trust issues considering how your mother abandoned you at an early age and you went through foster care.  Now you are on a quest to find your birth father and to find friends who you can form a bond with to get a sense of belonging. It was interesting how you went to an abandoned cabin at a Dude Ranch to find shelter; yet, you found a life for yourself, and had a great Christmas surprise.  Elise Cooper: You seem like the type of person that keeps...

INTERVIEW WITH CEECEE FROM DREAMS OF FALLING BY KA...

An interview with CeeCee from Karen White’s Dreams of Falling.   DREAMS OF FALLING Karen White Berkley Pub June 5th, 2018 For those who do not know CeeCee Purnell she is a reflection of her times, growing up during the 1950s and 1960s in the South.  Her life is a plateau, with many ups and downs. Growing up and living in Georgetown, South Carolina, she raises her late friend’s daughter, Ivy, and her daughter, Larkin. CeeCee is grateful that Larkin has returned home after nine self-exiled years to help locate her missing mother, Ivy. Larkin finds out that in 1951 three best friends, Ceecee, Margaret and Bitty have just graduated from...

INTERVIEW WITH LIBBY SHAW FROM THE PRINCE BY KATHA...

  You are pretty single-minded about achieving your goal to become a doctor even though the social norms emphasized women lacked the physical and moral nature to be physicians or surgeons. But it is obvious you could not do it without Ziyaeddin Mizra who is your greatest supporter and advocate. You both are very mysterious. Thanks for the interview. EC: So, why do you want to be a surgeon? Libby: The human body is absolutely fascinating, especially the skeletal and muscular systems. Also, I like solving puzzles and making order of that which is disordered. When the body is broken or damaged, I find great joy in repairing it. EC: Are...

INTERVIEW WITH GEO SHAW FROM JENNIFER HILLIER̵...

We will discuss with Geo Shaw, from Jennifer Hillier‘s JAR OF HEARTS, how she endured abuse, her best friends’ murder, going to prison, and the scorn of the community. EC:  Do you think people can reinvent their life—did you? Geo Shaw: I’m working on it. I have a lot of baggage that follows me wherever I go. But I believe we can do anything if we work hard enough and want it bad enough. I made it all the way to vice president of a large pharmaceutical company by the time I turned 30. That isn’t nothing. I’ve reinvented myself a few times now—I know I can do it again. And honestly, what other choice is there? EC: Did...