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Project Type: Interviews

Interview with Lora Palmer

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Interview with William Alan Webb and Spotlight on Military Sci-Fi STANDING THE FINAL WATCH

William Alan Webb
Today on the blog, I’m honored to host the awesome William Alan Webb with an interview about his upcoming release, a military sci-fi, STANDING THE FINAL WATCH (The Last Brigade Book 1). It’s due out August 17th from Dingbat Publishing, it sounds epic, and I can’t wait to read this one!
Photo published for Standing the Final Watch (The Last Brigade Book 1)1. Tell us a little about yourself.
I’m the world’s oldest teenager. My mind tells me I’m still a 17 year old kid, with everything that goes along with that age. My physical self sometimes disagrees with that chronological state of mind, especially after a long day in the hot sun maintaining four acres just east of Memphis, TN. The good news is that I discover muscles I didn’t know I had, the bad news is that’s because they hurt.
I’m from West Tennessee and remember when most of the Memphis area was glorious wilderness. I’ve seen huge tracts of dense old growth forest leveled so we can have another drive-through doughnut shop, and it makes me sad, even though I’m an inveterate capitalist. I’m feeling pretty protective of the natural world today, so forgive me if I sound preachy.

Focus On The Arts – July 22, 2016

Bill’s interview with the Voice of the University of Memphis, WUMR.

A short 15 minute interview on a range of topics, including the book’s imminent release, the world of publishing in 2016 and future projects.

Interview – How #Pit2Pub and Twitter Helped Me Get Published

This interview with Bill was published July 7, 2016.


Interview – Writing & Merlot published July 1, 2016

On June 30, 2016, Lieze Neven of Youtube channel Writing & Merlot conducted a lengthy interview with Bill from the Netherlands. Here is the podcast:

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