Category: Author Feature

Author Feature | Video Q&A With Best-selling Self-Help Author Shelly Wilson

Taking the first steps to self-help can be intimidating, and Shelly Wilson understands that completely. Publishing Assitant Jillian Lawrence sat down with Shelly Wilson to talk about her new self-help guide, Self Help for the Helpless – releasing December 2nd, 2021. Shelly, a bestselling self-help author and award-winning personal development blogger, talks about her own personal journey to self-fulfillment and why she decided to help others on theirs. You can watch her interview below or check it out on our YouTube channel.

Author Feature |A Video Interview With Award-winning YA Author Tracy Hewitt Meyer

The story of Rowan Slone reaches its conclusion in A Life, Freed, the emotionally poignant final entry in the Rowan Slone series. Staff editor Chelsea Cambeis had the opportunity to interview Tracy Hewitt Meyer, author of the Rowan Slone series as well as The Reformation of Marli Mead, about her experience writing the latest installment of the series and her experience with it so far. You can see her interview below, or on our YouTube channel, before A Life, Freed releases on November 11th, 2021.

Author Q&A | A Bone-Chilling Friday the 13th with Rosie Cranie-Higgs

Rosie Cranie-Higgs returns to the world of Whiteland with Karliquai, the terrifying sequel to her debut novel Whiteland. This Friday the 13th, we at BHC Press decided to treat all you horror aficionados to an exclusive interview with the creator of one of our most chilling series.
Rosie talks about her writing process for all three (yes three!) books in the Whiteland series, and gives readers an exclusive glimpse into the thought process behind her newest chiller, Karliquai, before it releases on September 9th, 2021.

Meet the Author: MISCHA THRACE

Cover of Bury The Lead by Mischa Thrace

Get a glimpse into the mind of Mischa Thrace, author of the soon-to-be-released Bury the Lead, along with the chance to win a free advance copy of her exciting new book. Mischa talks character development, the importance of friendship, and the way that novels sometimes gain a life of their own.