Matt Fitzpatrick has had unique access to Boston's political scene and the underworld, and he brings that authenticity to his novels. Listen as he describes his writing process.
Nev March left the corporate world to pursue her passion---fiction writing. Her efforts earned her the First Crime Novel award from Minotaur and the Mystery Writers of America. Listen as she describes the research process involved in her award-winning historical novel, Murder in Old Bombay.
Katia Reed is a multi-artist with skills in many fields. We'll discuss her first novel, The Foretold Story, featuring a New York City of the future. Katia discusses her process and influences in this short video.
Thomas A. Brigger has been in construction and real estate all of his life. While building a prison in Appalachia, he discovered how deeply the opiod crisis had affected the area. The result is the novel, Beyond the Higher Ground, discussed here.
Liz Butcher is the first Australian we've had on Author Groupie and one of the first horror authors (and what a perfect surname for a horror writer!). She discusses juggling work and writing, how her newest book varies from her last, and how she made the leap from short stories to novels. Sit back and enjoy!
Jeff Rasley is a former attorney, current activist and author of the highly political novel: Assasin, Republican...Assasin. Listen to him speak about his views on Trump, his exotic travels and his writing process.
Eric Goodman, the former director of the Creative Writing program and University of Miami Ohio, has just released his sixth novel, a hybrid of history, fiction and memoir that recounts the first act of air piracy in the United States and how it personally affected his family. Sit back and listen!
Few authors have the depth and diversity of experience as Dwayne Clayden, who has served as a firefighter, a police officer and in Emergency Medical Services. When he isn't authoring thrillers, he's teaching and consulting so how lucky we were to grab him for this short but informative interview!
Barbara Braendlein is an author and urban farm wife who raises and homeschools four special-needs children. Her outlet: writing fictionalized accounts of her oldest daughter's experience navigating the world. Sit back and listen as she describes her journey.
Elliot Mason combined his love of history with his talent for writing and turned it into a second career, with one political thriller behind him, that explores a Civil War mystery but with contemporary fictional characters. He discusses his writing process, his unique plotting, and his successful marketing ideas.
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.