Author Spotlight Interview

You can listen to my interview with Sylvia Stein on the Podbean HERE

My interview with Pembroke Sinclair

Among the Stacks with The Gal in the Blue Mask

Scriptor Corruptus


Zombiepalooza Radio


Halloween Special Treat An Interview with Author A.J. Brown


AJ’s Back: Announcing Along the Splintered Path at BREATHE

This Is My World Along the Splintered Path with A.J. Brown

On the Couch with A.J. Brown

Interview at Starburst Magazine


John ‘JAM’ Miller did an interview with me for his LI Blog and, I swear, I can never give short answers. This appeared on February 1st, 2011

Three Questions With AJ Brown

A Rose is A Rose? By Michelle Garren Flye. A series on Names and naming characters in stories. The entire series ran through the month of January of 2011 and is posted here.

A Rose is A Rose Joe Young


A Rose is A Rose AJ Brown

One More Thing AJ

A Rose is A Rose AJ Brown and Pax

A Rose is A Rose Maryanne Stahl

A Rose is A Rose Ellen Meister

A Rose is A Rose Final Thoughts


This one, done by Michelle Garren Flye is posted here at Type AJ Negative (September 17, 2010):

A Spattering of Blood With A.J. Brown

The Negative Scripts Series by McKenna Donovan. This was a project done by McKenna, who runs a terrific program titled To Write Well. The links are to the entire series, a few of which I answered questions about certain negative scripts that all of us have in one way, shape or form. It was a very fast moving series and appeared on McKenna’s Blog (McKenna’s Way) from October 11th through October 21st of 2010. Sadly, the interviews are no longer available.


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