Traci Sanders is an amazing lady I had the pleasure of meeting a while back in an online writers’ group. Apart from being an early educator and caregiver, she is an award-winning multigenre a…
Author Mark Fine said, “Traci is an impeccable example, as are you, Anita, of the wisdom, enterprise, creativity and innovation of the Indie Author. Both of you are making great strides in legitimizing the Indie Author scene. You refelect the fine writerly talent that’s been constantly ignored by ‘snobbish’ media and publishers row in New York, London and elsewhere. Keep up the good work! #IndieCred4Authors.”
Source: Readers Review Room & Traci Sanders – interview with the founder
Jeremy – Welcome to the Penalty Box, Mark Fine! How are you doing today?
Mark: Fine thanks, or ‘well’ if the intent is not to confuse my state of health with my name.
Speaking about names, Jeremy, we share one—Jeremy. But it’s my middle name. As family legend goes, my mum and her best friend were both pregnant. They both loved the names Jeremy and Mark. So they struck a deal; the first to give birth would get naming rights! So I became Mark Jeremy Fine, and out there somewhere is a Jeremy Mark…
Jeremy – The name Jeremy is a solid one. As a card carrying member of the Jeremy Club, please allow me to welcome you to the group.
First thing’s first, why don’t you tell everyone a bit about yourself. How did you end up getting suckered into this harsh reality that is “being an author?”
Mark: My true vocation is record industry exec and producer. Been around the music creative process my entire work-life, working with super successful artists. I’ve gone from physically pressing vinyl at the factory, to producing a hit single in a Manhattan studio. However, I never wrote a song…
Source: Author Spotlight: Mark Fine Get 5 Minutes for Fighting!
The Pamela Crane & Mark Fine Interview
Find out what secrets each author reveals in this author-on-author interview between Mark Fine, author of the romantic historical drama The Zebra Affaire, and Pamela Crane, thriller writer of the best-selling The Admirer’s Secret.
Each an admirer of the other’s work, here are pictures of Pamela and Mark “presenting” each others respective novels:
A coin is flipped and Pamela agrees to be first questioned by Mark… Continue reading