Latest News: Contact Form is Now Open

The time has arrived to re-open the Contact form for authors! The form will only be open long enough for about 20 authors to apply. This could happen within an hour or up to two days. At that time, the Contact form will close once again.

This is to avoid having a back log of wonderful authors who wish to be interviewed. The first time around the wait list was so long that by the time I reached a few authors they had already published another book and we had to adjust their answers to the questions.

If you have been interviewed on MTA in the past, please wait at least 1 year (and with a new book published), before reapplying.

In addition, I’m adding a spotlight or interview of top notch book bloggers once or twice per month. If you are a book blogger, and wish to be spotlighted, please complete the Book Blogger contact form.

Go here – Contact Form

Don’t miss out – Come on over!

Thank you for your continued support of these authors and the interviews on this website. A great deal of work goes into these interviews by the authors and me. Deep gratitude! –Camilla, Founder & Host

Here are a few suggestions on how to further support these authors:

  • Comment on the interviews
  • Share the interviews using the social media buttons
  • Click through to learn more about the author and their book(s)

To support this website and the author’s interviewed, visit Support MTA for more suggestions. Thank you!

 

Latest News: Top 17 Meet the Author Interviews with the Most Views for 2019

Top 17 Meet the Author Interviews with the Most Views for 2019

#1: Butterflies by Lily Hayden

#2: Hear Me Cry by Amanda J Evans

#3: Dropzone by Stewart Giles

#4: Poppy’s Recipe for Life by Heidi Swain

#5: Story of a Country Boy by Val Portelli

#6: A Daughter’s Truth by Laura Bradford

#7: Barefoot on the Cobbles: a Devon tragedy by Janet Few

#8: Eat, Pray, #FML by Gabrielle Stone

#9: Becoming One With the Universe by Al Duncan

#10: Dinner at the Happy Skeleton by Chris Chalmers

#11: Stella’s Christmas Wish by Kate Blackadder

#12: A Summer to Remember by Sue Moorcroft

#13: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades by S.M. Stevens

#14: The Man in the Needlecord Jacket by Linda MacDonald

#15: Spirits of Vengeance: The Stone of Spirits by Andrew John Rainnie 

#16: A Rhyme of Dark Words by Jeremy Smith

#17: The Duke’s Regret by Catherine Kullman

Top Eight Countries With the Most Traffic to Meeting the Authors in 2019:

Stay tuned! This week or the following week the contact page will once again open for authors to apply to be interviewed. We will also be adding interviews with top book bloggers! The contact form will ONLY STAY OPEN for a brief period, one day maybe, so as to prevent backlog.

Thank you for taking the time to read more about these authors and sharing the interviews on this website. A great deal of work goes into these interviews by the authors and by me. Deep gratitude! –Camilla, Founder & Host

Here are a few suggestions on how to further support these authors:

  • Comment on the interview
  • Share the interview using the social media buttons
  • Click through to learn more about the author and their book(s)

To support this website and the author’s interviewed, visit Support MTA for more suggestions. Thank you!

Latest News: December 2019 Meet the Author Interviews with Most Views

Meet the Author Interview with Most Views for December 2019:

#1: Depression Hates a Moving Target by Nita Sweeney

Meet the Author Interview with Second Most Views for December 2019:

#2: Walks: A Collection of Haiku by Cendrine Marrouat and See A Dream Within: Found ‘Poe’try Based On The Collected Poetry Works Of Edgar Allan Poe by David Ellis

Meet the Author Interview with Third Most Views for December 2019:

#3 Maternal Instinct by Rebecca Bowyer

Top Three Countries With the Most Traffic to Meeting the Authors in December 2019:

Thank you for taking the time to read more about these authors and sharing the interviews on this website. A great deal of work goes into these interviews by the authors and by me. Deep gratitude! –Camilla, Founder & Host

Here are a few suggestions on how to further support these authors:

  • Comment on the interview
  • Share the interview using the social media buttons
  • Click through to learn more about the author and their book(s)

To support this website and the author’s interviewed, visit Support MTA for more suggestions. Thank you!