Author Kyle Perkins


by Kyle Perkins The reason your internet sucks is simple: Cable. America demands its cable, and because of that, our internet speeds will continue to suffer for the foreseeable future. Many companies preach about the amazing speed of fiber optics, and a few companies even offer it. However, the problem […]



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By Kyle Perkins.   Gaming is what got me into writing. I know it sounds weird, but hear me out. Gaming has come a long way since the days of “Space Invaders.” I know a lot of you older people that are probably reading this see games as a waste […]



By Kyle Perkins.   This week we have Bonny Capps with us, and I’m excited to get started!   Question 1: So, who are you and what do you write? My name is Bonny Capps and I write horror and erotic/horror. Question 2: Fun stuff. Do you ever write stuff […]



By Kyle Perkins.   Forgive the picture, I didn’t really know what to put there with the theme of this post. lol. Just wanted to say, that if any of you would like to be interviewed, do a guest blog, or have anything you’d like me to share, please don’t […]



  This week we have Mark McQuillen with us! Let’s get to it.   Question 1: So, who are you and what do you write? Mark McQuillen Author of The Valkyrie Darkness series and co Author of Queen of Winter. Epic Fantasy with a little Erotica and Paranormal romance mixed […]



  Today I thought I’d switch gears for a second. A reader contacted me wondering how I would approach one of these with a reader, and how it might be different. Guess we’ll find out together. Welcome, Maria Weeks! Question 1: Okay, this is where I usually ask people what […]



By Kyle Perkins.   I’m not here to talk about what went down at a recent signing, or the new book that was released to shame an author. I’m here to talk about the cancer invading every aspect of the indie community that seems to be growing by the day. […]