Cinetico Muse/ Dark Muse By: Shah-Khalil Smith

NefretitiM: Tonight on Literary Links we have Shah-Khalil Smith author of Cinetico Muse/ Dark Wolf. What inspired you to write Cinetico Muse?

Shah-Khalil Smith: My inspiration for writing this book was my passion for science fiction.  This passion has inspired me to take interest in science.  Science introduced me to how majestic of a tool our brains can be utilized. The hippocampus of the brain is responsible for memory, and it is our memories which aide in creating.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Shah-Khalil Smith: I remember seeing silhouettes of wolves over the years in art, so I thought Dark Wolf would be a very intriguing title. I learned that wolves do not howl at the moon, but they howl when they are lost from the wolf pack. I also wrote this book is to connect with other people or kindred spirits like the wolf.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book fit into?

Shah-Khalil Smith: This Ebook is fantasy because one of the main ideas of this composition is a gem of which can transmute matter. When you write about fantasy, it gives a plethora of room to be very imaginative

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing this book?

Shah-Khalil Smith: My muse for writing was reading stories of other authors Ron Howard, Stan Lee, and Robert Townsend. It fascinated me how an author’s literature can compel the mind to see things differently and at times take us to another world. When studying other author’s compositions; this aides my creative process

 NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Shah-Khalil Smith: I like observing original literature because I like reading about new perspectives, and it is a challenge to separate our writing from other authors, so we can truly achieve how brilliant we are as writers.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Shah-Khalil Smith: I like observing  original literature because I like reading about new perspectives, and it is a challenge to separate our writing from other authors, so we can truly achieve how brilliant we are as writers. I create my characters first then I write their back story because this process aides me in how the will react to their situations.

 Nefretitim: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Shah-Khalil Smith: To the writers young and old never give up because there will be an overwhelming amount of rejection.  Inflate your aspiration with critical thinking and show the world how grandiose you can be.

NefretitiM: Nicely put! Much success to you and your work!

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Station At Diablo By: Roger Raffee

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have Roger Raffee author of Station At Diablo Book 1 in the Tumbling Dreams Series.  What inspired you to write Station At Diablo?

Roger Raffee: Unemployed

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Roger Raffee: Diablo is an outlaw town in the book, and there’s a railroad station in the town that plays a pivotal part towards the ending of the book.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Roger Raffee: Classic Western.

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Roger Raffee: Books & movies

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Roger Raffee: Like watching a movie in my head

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Roger Raffee: Surf, real surfing in the ocean, eat and sleep, make love to my wife, and as little else as possible.

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Roger Raffee: Keep trying. Write good stuff

NefretitiM: Good advise.  Thank you for joining us today. Much success to you.  Get your copy of Station At Diablo @ https://www.amazon.com/Station-At-Diablo-Tumbling-Dreams-ebook/dp/B01MQNKP93/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1481409130&sr=1-1&keywords=station+at+diablo

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Edna in the Desert By: Maddy Lederman

NefretitiM: Tonight on Literary Links we have Maddy Lederman; author of Edna in the Desert.  Thank you for joining us tonight.  What inspired you to write this book?

Maddy Lederman: I noticed that some teens never look up from their phones. In EDNA IN THE DESERT, Edna spends an entire summer without one. She normally lives like a Kardashian, and she goes through major withdrawal. She meets a cute boy, and she has no idea how to get to know him. She can’t text him emojis or like his posts on Facebook or Instagram.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Maddy Lederman: I wanted something that explained the story with an old-world, nostalgic feeling.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Maddy Lederman: Young Adult, Coming of Age, Teen, Tween, Middle Grade, First Love, Romance, Family… I think that’s it!

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Maddy Lederman: I have always loved stories.

NefretitiM:  What is the writing process like for you?

Maddy Lederman: I start early in the morning before I am distracted by errands and chores.

NefretitiM:  What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Maddy Lederman: Travel!

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Maddy Lederman: Write a great story and keep challenging yourself to make it better.

NefretitiM: Great advice!   Thanks again for coming.

Maddy Lederman: Thanks for having me on your blog! You can find EDNA here:

https://www.amazon.com/Edna-Desert-Maddy-Lederman/dp/1632134004

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The Adventures of Uni the Fish: The Fish and the Flower By: Fernanda Dorsey

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have Fernanda Dorsey author of  The Adventures of Uni the Fish: The Fish and the Flower.  What inspired you to write this book?

Fernanda: I created the fish character as a kid because it was so easy to draw and I could create stories of my family using characters. I was the fish, my sister was a duck etc. As an adult I wanted to learn how to self publish and since I am a much better artist than a writer the idea of a children book was good.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Fernanda: One day my husband told me a story that he heard on NPR (Radio Station) about an island that was about to disappear due to global warming and the raise of the ocean levels. I was just starting to come up with ideas for a fish story so the idea of getting a fish so it clicked.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Fernanda: Children Stories

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Fernanda: I don’t know. Sometimes I get this drive to create them.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Fernanda: I just let words and ideas flow as if they came from somewhere else. I don’t force them. If they are not there I don’t do any work.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Fernanda: I like travel and tennis (both with my husband) and I like building businesses, online or phone apps

NefretitiM: Nice! Well thank you for joining us today. Much success to you!  Get your copy of The Adventures of Uni the Fish: The Fish and the Flower today @

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