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António Belo Santos, Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight

Hi book lovers! Today I am excited to be writing an author spotlight for author António Belo Santos, a well-accomplished businessman, and author. António‘s first book Cyber Economics: Digital Resources are Changing the World is a fascinating, useful and informative guide that everybody in business or those starting out in business should read because it … Read more

S. Khubiar, Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight

Hi there book lovers! So today I am so excited to be writing an author spotlight for S. Khbuiar, an incredible author who has entertained me with her The Eagle and the Child series recently. The series is a captivating one that entertained me from book one to book three and this is thanks to Khbuiar’s phenomenal literature! Here is a short bio about the author which will let you know her better:

Shanah Khubiar is a retired federal law enforcement officer. The author enjoys using fiction to explore multilayered themes drawn from work experience, religious observance, and the existential challenges to Persian immigrants in both America and Israel. More information about The Eagle & the Child Trilogy may be found at www.theeagleandthechild.com.

How incredible is it that Shanah is former law enforcement! The fact that she was has massively benefited The Eagle and the Child series because she was able to lace facts throughout her book which made the books even more intriguing. What will intrigue you even more book lovers is Khbuiar’s answers to my questions as they are brilliant! Here they are book lovers:

Hi there! Thank you so much for joining us today at Red Headd Book Lover. My first question for you is in your own words could you please tell us about your series and what inspired you to write the series?

I am retired from federal law enforcement and teaching self-defense. That experience provided the basic story pieces. So, work in law enforcement, personal religious experience, and academic research were combined in the story. It is an allegory of living in two worlds, or maybe more. Some are real people, and some are pure fiction. Most are an amalgamation of reality and fiction. There were things I saw in my work that troubled me, so writing was cheaper than going to a psychologist. It helped work out so many ugly things I’d encountered in my career and religious life. We all have potential for personal redemption no matter how far we may fall; we all have two people struggling inside us.

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Esther Loftus Gough, Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight

Hi book lovers! Today I will be writing an author spotlight for an incredible author called Esther Loftus Gough who writes engaging but educational children’s books! Esther’s book Blue in the Tooth is phenomenal and is a brilliant educational book for young children but it is also fun at the same times! Blue in the Tooth is just one of a few books written by Esther so I am excited to be sharing them with you today. Now I think it is time that I let you readers know more about the author! Here is a short author bio.

Esther has always been a storyteller but only decided to be published recently having decided to add the Colour Therapy twist. Having attended The London College of Fashion and also a medical background. Being a trained Colour Therapy counsel consultant, Esther enjoyed creating the colour therapy reading concept. With the Colour Therapy element comes a fun, colourful, educational flow of words, with the added bonus of bright colours that hold the attention span so also great for educational learning difficulties. Esther has a partner, a son and 2 dogs and 3 cats!

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