Author Interviews

Single and Hating It...Destined and Not Denied
Denise Chand and Jennifer John, Archway Publishing co-authors of the book, "Single and Hating It... Destined and Not Denied," discuss writing to help women heal from past experiences, single or not, by empowering them to maximize their singleness and utilize it as an opportunity for personal growth and self-discovery
1884 No Boundries
Author A. E. Wasserman talks about the importance of having professional support throughout the publishing process. She describes her positive experience working with the team at Archway Publishing
My Side of The Story
Author Jessica Stafford talks about her journey with cancer and the reason she chose to write and self-publish her book “My Side of the Story.” She also describes her positive self-publishing experience and the joy she felt holding her book for the first time.
Conquer Your Yips: Win the Employment You Target
Chuck McConnell discusses how to: Prepare for your next job interview; Define your skills and market yourself to companies that need you; Practice and take aim to achieve your goal. By looking at your job search in a new way, you’ll be entertained and inspired to do the hard work that’s necessary to Conquer Your Yips: Win the Employment You Target.
You Had to Be There
You Had to Be There provides a true account of how Gorman, an average man, overcame personal failure to achieve unlikely success. It offers a message of hope to others who have faced life’s challenges fueled by circumstances beyond their control, poor decisions, or any type of addiction.
From Needles to Natural
After using traditional Western veterinary medicine to treat her animal patients for many years, Dr. Judy Morgan discovered a better way to help them live longer, healthier lives. In From Needles to Natural, she shares her journey from traditional to holistic veterinary medicine and helps pet owners understand the differences between good advertising and good health for their animal friends.
Am I Pretty?
Lindsey Jensen Berke discusses her motivation to become an author and why her book 'Am I Pretty?' means so much to her
Craig MacFarlane Hasn't Heard of You Either!
Craig MacFarlane tells a remarkable story and shares the incredible lessons his experience taught him. Craig takes the amazing story of his success and uses it as a backdrop to demonstrate the framework that has led to a successful, enviable life. To appreciate this book, you need to understand that Craig MacFarlane is totally blind. The victim of a horrible tragedy at the age of two that cost him his eyesight, Craig has forged an awesome life., Craig proceeded to become the World's Most Celebrated Totally Blind Athlete, using his athletic opportunities as the vehicle to establish himself in the "sighted" world and as the launching pad for an impressive 30 year career in the world of business
Listen Without Your Ears
Joe Gwerder speaks about listening to that little voice, having a gut feeling and getting certain vibes in his three book series: “Listening Without Your Ears”, “Listen Out Loud” and “20/20 Listening”. Following your own intuition and his methods, you will simply be asked to open your mind and heart and contemplate this information.
A Good Inheritance
"Daughtry Miller is a retired history professor with a specialty in the American South. He has published three books and thirty articles. He speaks about publishing and his book. A Good Inheritance is about growing up in a small South Carolina town in the early 1960s, sixteen-year-old Wade James is a regular teenager. An accident leaves him in the hospital for two months, however, and Wade needs something to pass the time. He turns to the Civil War diary of his great-grandfather, Lofton James—and finds himself stepping back in time."
The Mysterious Story of Gitano Cervantes
During his years as a volunteer prison chaplain, Finbar Manghan met a number of inmates, learned their stories and received an eye-opening look at the broken prison system. Manghan hopes the public will read his book, "The Mysterious Story of Gitano Cervantes," and be inspired to take action against a poor criminal justice system to help wrongfully jailed inmates. Manghan also talks about his experience publishing with Archway Publishing.
The Specialist
Phillip Sheppard and Charles Peterson Sheppard discuss their new book, "The Specialist: The Costa Rica Job."
Choosing to Live
When Jerry D. Campbell met his co-worker Veta, there was a policy that forbade employees from dating each other. Of course, they broke it – and ended up being sweethearts for forty-seven years.
Author Interviews