Interview with Novelist Mark Renshaw (CYBORN)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your novel about? Mark Renshaw: A cyborg private detective Infected with a tekvirus teams up with a sexbot operated by his estranged daughter (#awakward) to solve all his cases and find a cure before he shuts down 2. What genres would you say this story is in? Sci-Fi comedy with a… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Mark Renshaw (CYBORN)

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Interview with Writer Adrianne Mouton

Matthew Toffolo: What is your short story about? Adrianne Mouton: This story is about a world coming to an end because of the people who have neglected and mistreated it. 2. What genres would you say this story is in? Suspense 3. How would you describe this story in two words? Mentally captivating 4. What… Continue reading Interview with Writer Adrianne Mouton

Interview with Writer Tahnee Langshaw

Matthew Toffolo: What is your short story about? Tahnee Langshaw: It is about a young singer who has just lost her mum to cancer. Her mother was always such a huge influence on her life – constantly challenging and testing her, treating her like an adult even as a child. As her singing career grew… Continue reading Interview with Writer Tahnee Langshaw

Interview with Writer Camille Sanghera (WHO IS SHE?)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your short story about? Camille Sanghera: This story is about a young woman who gets lost in her thoughts while staring at her unrecognizable self in the mirror. She describes feelings of sadness and touches on how she feels that she must put on a brave face. She is known as… Continue reading Interview with Writer Camille Sanghera (WHO IS SHE?)

Interview with Writer Keith Brandon (I WAS THERE)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your short story about? Keith Brandon: A young girl re experiencing her past existence. 2. What genres would you say this story is in? Supernatural-thriller 3. How would you describe this story in two words? Frightening past. 4. What movie have you seen the most in your life? SW and LOTR… Continue reading Interview with Writer Keith Brandon (I WAS THERE)

Interview with Writer Maureen Kellar-Kirby (Jiminy Cricket Has Jumped The Wicket)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your short story about? Maureen Kellar-Kirby: This story includes alleged communication from the spirit of Jimi Hendrix after a seance was held in 1972 (two years after he died) although it is only a part of the whole story which includes other material that has been condensed into a movie script.… Continue reading Interview with Writer Maureen Kellar-Kirby (Jiminy Cricket Has Jumped The Wicket)

Interview with Writer Mike Arsuaga (Twitter Short Story)

Matthew Toffolo: What gave you the idea to write this very short story? Mike Arsuaga : It’s two chapters from my novel COME FIND ME. The full-length novel is at https://www.iheartbookpublishing.com/come-find-me.html 2) How many stories/screenplays have you written? Sixteen books published. Maybe six short stories. Two feature-length screenplays and a pilot for a TV series.… Continue reading Interview with Writer Mike Arsuaga (Twitter Short Story)

Interview with Writer Rick Danford (Twitter Short Story)

Matthew Toffolo: What gave you the idea to write this very short story? Rick Danford: I’ve always been a big fan of Vampires and with just 240 characters, I thought this would be the easiest subject matter. 2) How many stories/screenplays have you written? I’ve written well over 30 or 40 scripts and countless stories… Continue reading Interview with Writer Rick Danford (Twitter Short Story)

Interview with Writer Micki Hogan (Twitter Short Story)

Matthew Toffolo: What gave you the idea to write this very short story? Micki Hogan: I have always enjoy short fiction. The idea of writing within the guidelines was intriguing. 2) How many stories/screenplays have you written? I have been writing fiction and poetry most of my life. I have works on Amazon and featured… Continue reading Interview with Writer Micki Hogan (Twitter Short Story)

Interview with Writer Angela Brown (Twitter Short Story)

Matthew Toffolo: What gave you the idea to write this very short story? Angela Brown : – #metoo 2) How many stories/screenplays have you written? – I co-wrote a screenplay with a friend several years back. But we didn’t really know what to do with it so it languished. Had we known how to get… Continue reading Interview with Writer Angela Brown (Twitter Short Story)