Author Q&As

I very much enjoy getting the chance to do author Q&As, when time permits and the author is willing.

Many are e-conversations (where I send the questions via e-mail and the author responds), but occasionally an author prefers to talk over the phone.  Every once in awhile I get a chance to meet an author in person, as I did Lisa Hendey back when I started this blog and interviewed her about her first book, The Handbook for Catholic Moms.   That was a treat!

A few of the authors, especially local ones, I know as friends or have gotten to know or meet.  I love reading and writing, and getting to hear all about an author’s craft and subject.

Here are links to most of the author Q&As I’ve done over the years.  If you’d like to see the reviews of these books, I usually link to each book in the interview, or you can, visit this tab.

Q&A with Jeff Grabosky, Author of Running with God Across America

Q&A with Sister Helena Burns, author of He Speaks to You

Q&A with Alberto Salazar, author of 14 Minutes: A Running Legend’s Life and Death and Life

Q&A with Karen Edmisten, author of After Miscarriage: A Catholic Woman’s Companion to Healing & Hope

Q&A with Marge Fenelon, author of Strengthening Your Family

Q&A with Kate Wicker, author of Weightless

Q&A with Amy Welborn, author of Wish You Were Here

Q&A with Patricia Treece, author of God Will Provide

Q&A with Mark Shea, author of The Work of Mercy: Being the Heart & Hands of Christ

Q&A with Emily Stimpson, author of The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide to the Single Years

Q&A with Abby Johnson, author of Unplanned
Q&A with Matt Swaim, author of Prayer in the Digital Age
Q&A with Colleen Swaim, author of Ablaze! Stories of Daring Teen Saints
Q&A with Lisa Hendey, author of A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms
Q&A with Lisa Hendey, author of The Handbook for Catholic Moms
Q&A with Mary Eberstadt, author of The Loser Letters
Q&A with Fr. Roderick Strange, author of Newman 101
Q&A with Therese Borchard, author of Beyond Blue
Q&A with Amy Bonaccorso, author of How to Get To I Do
Q&A with Fr. Garramone, author of Thursday Night Pizza

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