Authors Let Their Hair Down: Interviews, Q&As and Everything In Between

Here you’ll find pop-ins from the authors, writers and bloggers you know and love! Meet the folks behind the words on the page here at The Author Corner.

 

Hardcover, 328 pages
Published August 1st 2017 by Atlantic Monthly Press (first published March 28th 2017)
Sarah Schmidt
Hey Navi Review Followers! See What I Have Done hit the shelves a couple months back to rave reviews and more than a little press on Twitter! Everywhere I looked, I saw this book–and its very talented, very candid author, Sarah Schmidt. After reading and reviewing the novel, I just HAD to know more about this author! Her zany tweets never fail to amuse and neither does she herself. In this interview, we get up close and personal with the author of this celebrated novel about an infamous day in 1892, Sarah Schmidt. Continue Reading…
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published October 17th 2017 by Berkley Books
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Seven Days of Us hits the bookstores TODAY, and Francesca Hornak has stopped by to tell us more about her journey to writing and completing her debut novel, Seven Days of Us! This witty author has crossed over from article writing to offering us her first full-length novel, and this exclusive interview celebrates her journey from intern to fashion writer, contributor for The Sunday Times to debut fiction author! From parenting to wardrobe mishaps abroad, Francesca Hornak bares it all with us! Continue reading…
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To kick off the New Year of 2018, if you’re looking for a dynamic writer you may not have encountered yet, look no further, for Joy Lanzendorfer is here! From short stories to blogging, photography to non-fiction articles, she shares her writing experiences with us here at The Navi Review. Oh, and don’t worry – she’s no Mr. Hyde, but you’ll love reading about her interest and experience with it! Continue reading…
Chloe  Benjamin Chloe Benjamin’s magically poignant new novel, The Immortalists, hits the shelves everywhere January 2018! The rising new literary star stopped in at The Navi Review to discuss all things bookish and — dare I say it? — existentialist. Read here as the author we’d all love to know, of the novel we can’t wait to snag, leaves a little piece of herself here for her readers. Continue reading…
Image result for joe mcginnis jr Joe McGinniss, Jr. isn’t just his father’s son. Here, the author of The Delivery Man and Carousel Court sheds some light on growing up the son of a celebrated author, his own writing process and, well, the thing he would change about American society if given the shot. After reading and reviewing Carousel Court, I was intrigued at the thought of getting to know more about this author in particular, and now we can. Here you have it folks — Joe lets loose his wry outlook on life and writing in this hilarious but thoughtful interview. Continue reading…
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