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Gilbert Speaks: An Interview with John Brito on “Below the Floor”

10 May

 

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When you write books, or blog, you get to meet the most wonderful and talented people. When I first started blogging, it was to connect to other writers. It can be a little scary sending your dreams and ideas out into the cyber universe…there are some scary people out there. Luckily, I have only connected to beautiful souls with beautiful stories to tell. One of these beautiful souls is writer, John Brito. John is from Austria, but that hasn’t stopped us from supporting each other over the years. I am so delighted to talk to him about his new book, Below the Floor. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on Sticky Wicket

10 May

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Ewart Rouse is a fellow writer and member of the South Jersey Writers’ Group. I had posted an interview with Ewart Rouse on his love for the game of cricket and his Sticky Wicket series in May of 2016 on my Gilbert Curiosities Blog. You can read about it here. I am very excited to learn that Ewart has added two new books to the series. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks with Author Jessica A. Walsh

16 Dec

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I love to interview other authors and learn about their experiences and inspirations. I belong to SJWG and it’s one of the best writers’ groups in the tri-state area. Our members, which number close to a hundred, are all very talented. When the vice-president of the South Jersey Writers’ Group had her book published, I was excited to chat with Jessica A. Walsh  on Questions for Life. Jessica A. Walsh also has two short stories published: “Unquiet Mind” published in Reading Glasses: Stories through An Unpredictable Lens in 2014 and the 2016 Chicken Soup for the Soul’s My Very Good, Very Bad Dog. Continue reading