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Interview: Jennifer Weiner, author of Little Earthquakes

Sep 17, 2004

September 17, 2004

Bookreporter.com Co-Founder Carol Fitzgerald interviews Jennifer Weiner, author of LITTLE EARTHQUAKES. Weiner explores the meaning of the book's title and how the friendships she formed in her prenatal yoga classes served as inspiration for her characters. She also talks about motherhood's impact on her writing, the joys of fine dining, how she keeps in touch with her fans and upcoming projects.

Interview: Raelynn Hillhouse, author of Rift Zone

Sep 10, 2004

September 10, 2004

Bookreporter.com's Suspense/Thriller Author Spotlight team (Carol Fitzgerald, Joe Hartlaub and Wiley Saichek) interviewed Raelynn Hillhouse, author of RIFT ZONE. Hillhouse talks about her life in Germany during the 1980s and how her experiences there parallel those of her protagonist, Faith Whitney. She also discusses her views on the fall of the Berlin Wall, reveals some disturbing information concerning airport security in the post-9/11 era, and describes the huge buzz surrounding her debut novel.

Interview: Don Piper, author of 90 Minutes in Heaven: A True Story of Death and Life

Sep 1, 2004

Q: Tell us a little about yourself.

DP: I'm an army brat by birth. I have a degree in Broadcasting and spent 14 years on Radio and TV. I've been in the full-time ministry for 21 years. I am terminally in love with the game of baseball!

Q: What was your motivation behind this project?

Interview: Steve Berry, author of The Romanov Prophecy

Aug 31, 2004

August 31, 2004

Joe Hartlaub and Wiley Saichek of Bookreporter.com interviewed Steve Berry, author of THE ROMANOV PROPHECY. Berry explains the difficulty of accurately depicting the historical aspects of the book, as many versions of the Romanovs' story are contradictory and inconsistent.

Author Talk: Charlene Ann Baumbich, author of Dearest Dorothy, Help! I've Lost Myself : Welcome to Partonville, Book 3

Aug 31, 2004

August 2004

Q: You've recently done quite a bit of touring. In your travels, have you found your books strike a chord not limited to geographic region? Where have you been most surprised to find a fan base?