Louise Johnson Author Q&A

1. When did you first know you wanted to be a writer? I loved reading from an early age and the escapism books provided; how they can transport you to another time and place, and into someone else’s shoes. As an avid reader, I began crafting my own stories in...

Carl Roberts Author Q&A

Gatekeeper Press Author Q&A 1. When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?    Early on — by the time I was in fifth grade. I fell in love with the library. It was a whole new world. It seemed natural for me to make up my own tales, and I began sending...

Hal Banfield Author Q&A

Gatekeeper Press Author Q&A 1. When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?    To be totally honest, I would spend many years with story ideas and creative concepts in my head but in reality, I never considered creative writing as a career. The most writing...

Sasha Graham Author Q&A

Sasha is a former executive at the Walt Disney Studios and her writing has appeared in magazines, newspapers and on television. Milo does not like Mornings: A Tiny Ninja Book is her debut children’s book and was published in August of 2019. Sasha and her husband,...

Carla Bass Author Q&A

Gatekeeper Press Author Q&A Carla Bass is the author of two editions of Write to Influence.   When did you first know you wanted to be a writer? I faced a crossroad while in 7th grade … become an officer in Air Force intelligence (following my father’s path)...

Millie West Q&A

Gatekeeper Press Author Q&A Our inaugural author is Millie West, author of The Southern Redemption Series.   When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?  I majored in English at the University of South Carolina and enjoyed studying many wonderful...