Madison Parker Tackles Bullying In “Play Me, I’m Yours”

Harmony Ink author Madison Parker claims that she is “an artist and a poet trapped in a mathematician’s brain.” Her recent young adult release “Play Me, I’m Yours” takes on effeminate male heroes, and faces the topic of bullying head on. As a math teacher and private tutor she has seen it all. Drawing From…

Lily Velden Finds “How The Light Gets In”

To say Dreamspinner Press author Lily Velden has arisen from the turmoil of emotional tragedy and the magnificent madness as an artist would be an unfortunate understatement. Her novel series “How the Light Gets In” starting with the first installment called “Same Page,” Velden credits the saga with saving her from a darkness that has…

The Fuzzy, Fluffy World of Chris T. Kat

Bestselling Dreamspinner Press author Chris T. Kat makes no bones about her love for all cute, fuzzy creatures great and small. In her life away from the keys, she’s a special education teacher based in Western Germany. But her imagination, and Facebook feed is rampant with foxes, to lion cubs, and everything in-between. Kat’s Latest…

“Sins of Another” Asks The Hard Questions

Despite describing herself as passionate, driven, romantic, and fun, Dreamspinner Press author Jessica Skye Davies doesn’t shy away from difficult topics. In pursuing a graduate degree and researching public policy on HIV, her new release “Sins of Another” Davies sets out in making readers ponder and soul-search. Davies explained a short premise of “Sins of…

Kim Fielding Brings Readers Tales From Abroad And Closer To Home

In the interview seat today for this Cinco de Mayo interview is Dreamspinner Press author Kim Fielding. A university professor by day and author by night, she weaves tales about white collar werewolves, loveable brutes, and ex-cons just trying to make their way. Fielding prides herself on being a world traveler and finds inspiration for…

Elizabeth Noble Takes Us To The End With “Collared Souls”

  Dreamspinner Press author Elizabeth Noble may appear like an unassuming veterinary nurse, but in fiction she delights readers with post-apocalyptic worlds and the will to survive. Her new release in the long running “Sentries” series is the fourth volume called “Collared Souls” is due out April 3, and she elaborated on the next chapter…

Skylar M. Cates Gets The Scoop With “Exposed”

  Dreamspinner Press author Skylar M. Cates says her ideas come to her most often when she’s swimming laps. Which could be considered peculiar because in her debut novel “Exposed” her main character Daniel is a golfer. Residing in South Florida, Cates claims she’s from all over previously pitching her flag in New Jersey to…

St. Patrick’s Day “Infects” Andrea Speed

Today on this St. Patrick’s Day edition of LexChase.com, I’m going ridiculously off the rails with author Andrea Speed, writer of the award winning “Infected” series for Dreamspinner Press and “Josh of the Damned” for Riptide Publishing. Born in Seattle, but settled in Tacoma, Washington, Speed prides herself on her acerbic wit, and as she…

Andrew Q. Gordon Conjures Magic With The Last Grand Master

The greatest joy in Andrew Q. Gordon’s life is his infant daughter whom he affectionately calls “‘lil q.” In between bottle feedings and diaper changing, maintaining his day as a criminal prosecutor, his latest novel “The Last Grand Master” hit the e-shelves at Dreamspinner Press on February 1. A high fantasy novel, and the first…

J.L. O’Faolain Saves The Day With No More Heroes

  As a child, J.L. O’Faolain would run though his yard on a windy day and pretended he could fly. Now, at 32 years old, O’Faolain channels his superheroic youth into his “No More Heroes” novel series for Dreamspinner Press. The first installment, “Push Comes to Shove” and the sequel “Scratch and Sniff” tells the…