Vincent Phan Tran
Interviews / August 15, 2017

Vincent Phan Tran is a nomad, having lived in 10 states over the last 20 years. He now spends his mornings sweating his butt off to delay old age, his days getting stuff delivered, and his nights and weekends playing pretend. He’s also a huge foodie, therefore the need to sweat his butt off. You can find him at:  www.vincentptran.com Facebook: facebook.com/vincentphantran Twitter: @VPTranAuthor Instagram: vincentphantranauthor   1. When did you first know you wanted to be a writer? I’ve been interested since I was a child, but what finally got me off my butt and intentional was Stephen King’s book “On Writing”. Besides being a great read, it’s inspirational and got me putting pen to paper. 2. Are you a plotter or a pantser, and why? I started as a panster (all my favorite writers were), got nowhere fast, then switched. Best thing I ever learned was how to structure my stories end to end. Now I plot down to the scene level after doing character build ups and story premise. I’m FAR more productive when I can see the entire roadmap. It even lets me write scenes out of order based on my mood. Doesn’t mean the story…

Bianca Pheasant
Interviews / June 25, 2017

Good evening, peeps! I am very excited to share  an author interview with you today! Just for a quick intro, I am interviewing Bianca Pheasant, a murder mystery and suspense author from South Africa. Make sure you pick up a copy of her incredible book, Electus per Deus: Selected by God, right here! You’re sure to be thrilled! And since these posts are supposed to be less about me and more about the featured author, I will pipe down and move on to what she had to say!   *Bianca Pheasant is a part-time writer with a full-time passion for storytelling. She is trying to make her mark in a world filled with amazing authors. She lives in South Africa with her daughter and husband of ten years. Bianca loves creepy crawlies and she has a fascination with murder mysteries. Visit her website at www.biancapheasant.co.za, follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/biancapheasantbooks, and email her at info@biancapheasant.co.za!   When did you know you wanted to be a writer? Writing and reading has been a passion of mine since I can remember but I never had the confidence or the faith in my own work to actually write a book and then publish…

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