Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Who is The Holy Ghost Writer? CHANCE AT A $5000. REWARD

Who is The Holy Ghost Writer?
The identity of the author is part of an international contest, and the first person to correctly name the HG Writer from the clues found in the Count of Monte Cristo sequels will receive a reward of $5000. 
Visit the Holy Ghost Writer's Amazon Author Page for Details and see if you can discover the real identity of the author being heralded as the new Stieg Larsson for That Girl Started Her Own Country, the successor of Alexander Dumas for The Sultan of Monte Cristo and the next Ray Bradbury for The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter.
Contact the author c/o books@illuminatedpublications.com

BOOK EXCERPT
Looking down, Remey realized that he was still gripping her arm. As he released her he slowly let his hand skim from her elbow to her wrist, turning the touch into a caress. “Well hello, Ms. E.B. It’s a pleasure. Are there any other aliases I should I know about?”
            “What’s that old phrase—I’d tell you, but I’d have to kill you?” she teased back. “Besides, that’s not really an alias. They’re just initials that I figured you would recognize.”
            “Touché. So. . . .” His nervousness was obvious as he bounced lightly on the heels of his feet and ran his fingers through his thick hair. “Come in. You look. . . . ”  Just as he turned to make a comment about her disguise, she pulled off the wig, still looking his way. “You’re crazy. Why don’t you sit down?” He motioned toward the couch and made his way to the mini bar to see what he could grab. There were some mini bottles of wine, some packaged cheese, a dark chocolate bar . . . those seemed like the most appropriate items, he thought. Joining her on the couch he arranged the items onto the glass coffee table in front of them, then left to collect the glasses. “Sorry, the mini bar is the best I can do. Room service might not come any more.”
            “Oh, don’t worry about it. Although I can’t lie, a good steak sounds amazing considering the meals I get in prison.”
            “Have you already had dinner, at least?”
            “Yeah, it’s a busy night. My first errand was business, but this is all pleasure.” She turned her body toward his and reached for a piece of the Toblerone. “Tell me why I should trust you. Why would it make sense for you to be on my side?”


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Author Interview – Shalini Boland - When Darkness Falls



Book Description from Amazon:

Six paranormal novels from six bestselling authors who know how to weave a gripping fantasy tale. 

From brooding vampires, ghosts and witches, to fallen angels, shifters and fae. Be enchanted with dark romances and sweeping adventures to take you away from the everyday. AMAZON 99c

What inspired you to start writing, and when?

I started out as a singer songwriter, signed to Universal Music. But when I had kids my priorities changed and I didn’t want to spend so much of my time in London. I concentrated solely on my kids for a few years, but missed the creativity of song writing. One day, I had an idea for a great story ending and started scribbling. That was it – I stopped watching TV in the evenings and started writing novels instead.

What is your preferred genre?

Young Adult fiction is close to my heart, but I also love historical fiction – especially if it has a paranormal twist, like time travel or a subtle magical edge. Books like Mistress of Spices, The Red Tent and Chocolat are firm favourites. Along with YA authors like Lainey Taylor and Suzanne Collins. I tend to go for escapist books that have nothing to do with my everyday life.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?

I’m currently writing book 3 in The Marchwood Vampire series. I’ve also written another trilogy – the Outside series -- a post-apocalyptic/dystopian romantic adventure. Plus a WW2 children’s adventure. So that’s … six and a half books to date.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?

I used to be a seat-of-the-pants girl, but I now love to plot. It’s much more reassuring to have a plan to follow. It cuts out a lot of writer’s block and panic. But, just because I have a plan, doesn’t mean I’ll always stick to it . . .

Are you a self- published (Indie) Author?

I love being self-published. I’m such a control freak I couldn’t do it any other way.

What books would you like to read again?

The Clan of the Cave Bear series, The Bronze Horseman trilogy and all the classics. Just give me more time and I’d be in rereading heaven. There’s something so comforting about revisiting books.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 

Covers can definitely reel me in, but the book description then has to hook me. I’ve never bought a book from the cover alone.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out?

The writing process is different for everyone, but one thing that’s the same is the ‘getting it done’ factor. A book doesn’t write itself, so never wait for inspiration to strike. Sit down every day and write. Even if you’re not in the mood. The mood will find you once you get going!

What are your pet peeves? 

Rudeness. There’s just no need for it.

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes?

Chocolate and coffee. I know coffee’s not on the list. But it should be. And I picked two didn’t I. Sorry, I’m not good at these sorts of questions. My kids are always asking me random questions like this: Which would you rather do, fight The Incredible Hulk or eat a worm? So the wine/chocolate /shoe question is a welcome change.

Cats or dogs?

Can I say both? They’re both so gorgeous in their own ways.

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?

Normally, I would say between 6 and eight hours, but these last few months I’ve been setting up a book promotion company, so my writing has taken a bit of a back seat. I miss it!!!!! I’m hoping to get right back into it this month.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad – 

I used to get a terrible hold-your-breath, terrified feeling every time I saw someone had left a review for one of my books. I would take to heart the bad reviews and disbelieve the good ones! But now I’m much more philosophical about them. Every reader is different. They each relate to my books in a different way, which is good. And, of course, I’m immensely grateful and honoured they read my book in the first place, and then took the time to write a review. I mean… wow!

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?

Breaking Bad was an incredible series. On paper, it didn’t sound like my cup of tea at all, but the characters were inspired and the script and plotting was genius. I love, love, loved it.

Where can your readers stalk you?


Is your book in Print, ebook or both?

Both!
Book links:


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Shalini Boland lives in Dorset, England with her husband and two noisy boys. Before kids, she was signed to Universal Music Publishing as a singer/songwriter, but now she spends her days writing dark adventures (in between doing the school run and hanging out endless baskets of laundry).
Be the first to hear about new releases here: http://eepurl.com/xx65f

*****THE PERIMETER (Outside Series #3) IS NOW AVAILABLE*****
Now available:
OUTSIDE - a post-apocalyptic novel (Outside Series #1)
THE CLEARING (Outside Series #2)
THE PERIMETER (Outside Series #3)
HIDDEN (Marchwood Vampire Series #1)
THICKER THAN BLOOD (Marchwood Vampire Series #2)
A SHIRTFUL OF FROGS

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 

Thanks for having me on the blog, Patti! It’s been great.

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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Desert Assassin by Don Drewniak - book excerpt.

BOOK EXCERPT:

Williams was back in the van with the General and Rappaport when a figure clad in a black uniform with no markings on it entered through the open door. He was just under six feet, late forties or early fifties, with a weather-beaten face, a pronounced jaw and heavily muscled. Williams recognized him immediately. He didn't know his name or who he was, but he remembered him from the site of a massacre in Uganda.

"Thomas, James," he said without a trace of emotion. He then looked at Williams. "Williams, Major Williams?" he asked while emphasizing major.
Williams said nothing.
"Jesse," said the General, "I'm sure you are aware that this is an operation authorized by the Secretary."
"Not any more." 
Jesse was Jesse Morgan, a shadowy figure who seemingly had near unlimited power.
Morgan looked at the largest monitor which showed a resting Assassin. Looking around the van, he asked, "Where's the meteor?"
"In the lab," replied the General.
Morgan turned and looked at Williams, "It is now property of the United States


BOOK DESCRIPTION

Twenty-one years in the U.S. Army Special Forces and two more years spent as a mercenary in Uganda and the Sudan was enough. Bill Williams then found home in the lightly populated desert area south of Albuquerque, New Mexico. A year of solitude ensued - solitude broken only by occasional shopping trips to Albuquerque and twice-a-week visits to a singularly unique diner - Killer Two's Diner. The peace and quiet of that year ended abruptly with the sighting of a meteor while sitting on his back porch staring out into the desert. 

More From Desert Assassin: 

Thing was a little more than two feet away from the shrub at 6:00AM the following day and there, in its path about a foot in front of Thing, was an assassin bug poised and ready. A little over an inch in length, it was dwarfed by Thing. However, it held its position as its slow-moving adversary approached. As was to be expected, Williams was mesmerized. 
During his first year in the desert region, in addition to the repair work, Williams exercised no less than an hour daily and read as much as he could about animal and plant life in the desert. He was familiar with the traits of the assassin bug. It was not afraid to engage a larger opponent and had as its main weapon the ability to deliver a sometimes lethal dose of a toxin. Assassin bugs survived by siphoning off blood from its victims, usually other insects. However, some species of assassin bugs, such as cone-nosed bugs and kissing bugs, extracted blood from mammals rather than insects. Williams wasn't certain, but he suspected he was looking at a cone-nosed bug. 
Thing finally made it to within a quarter inch of the assassin bug. The bug struck, undoubtedly attempting to inject its toxin. In what had to be no more than two seconds, Thing rolled into a three-inch ball engulfing its over matched victim. Ten minutes later, Thing rolled under the shrub and stopped. It did not move for four days. 
During the entire time of the confrontation, Williams uttered a single word, "Damn." 
He spent a significant amount of time monitoring Thing during those four days. Late into the fourth day, Thing began to vibrate and continued to do so for eighteen minutes. As the vibrating stopped, it began to flatten. When the transformation was completed, it appeared to be about the same thickness as it was before the encounter with the assassin bug and no bigger in diameter. However, it had a slightly oval shape with what appeared to be two small antennae at the end of one of the elongations. Thing then turned so that the antennae pointed toward Williams. 
Williams watched for an hour as Thing remained stationary. "What do I do now?" he asked himself.

5.0 out of 5 stars What a ride! August 31, 2014
Tightly written. Unforgettable characters, especially Killer Two and the "Assassin." A great mixture of action, comedy and twists. The ending, at least for me, was ... well, WOW!

Contact the author
http://www.dondrewniakbooks.com

Buy now on Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Desert-Assassin-Don-Drewniak-ebook/dp/B00N19Q9IE/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=140959630


Other books by this author:
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_athr_dp_sr_1?_encoding=UTF8&field-author=Don%20Drewniak&search-alias=digital-text&sort=relevancerank


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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Author Interview with USA TODAY BEST SELLING AUTHOR, Luke Romyn - The Legacy Chronicles



Book Description from Amazon: Haunted by the toxic memories of a torturous foster-father, Jacob Hope yearns to make a difference in a world gone awry, trying to accomplish some small scrap of good in an ocean of wrong. Tumbling through life with no true direction, Jake unwittingly reveals a nightmare.

The gates of Hell have been unlocked, and something long imprisoned has broken loose from its shackles to roam free upon the Earth. It cannot be bargained with, it cannot be defeated, and it exists with only desolation in its heart....

Longing to confront such evil but not knowing how, Jake must embark upon a journey not only of destination, but of self-discovery. In his attempts to thwart a fallen angel, Jake must also come to grips with his own part in this almighty drama.

For above it all haunts the inheritance he alone must bear, a legacy which will save or doom all of mankind.


What inspired you to start writing, and when? I just started. There was no great thought put into the process. I’m a very spontaneous person, so when I do things they tend to be on the spur of the moment. I just remember thinking I wanted to write a book, so I did – you know, after I tore out all my hair and finished bashing my face against a keyboard for several years.

What is your preferred genre? Action and Adventure. I’ve always loved Indiana Jones style adventures and try to incorporate a little of that into each of my novels.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy? I just published my eighth novel. There are two series involved in that as well as a standalone novel.

Tell us a little about your book. My latest series asks the question: What if the man chosen to save humanity was just a normal guy? Jacob Hope discovers one day he is the new messiah, destined to walk the human race through Armageddon. Along the way he needs to learn how to fight demons and fallen angels, all the while trying to figure out how to close off the gates of Hell.

Do you have plans for a new book? I’m already writing my ninth. It’s shaping up nicely.

Is there an Author that you would really like to meet? I recently met Raymond E. Feist at Comic Con. He’s one of my all-time favorite fantasy writers and was absolutely lovely in person.

Was there an Author that inspired your writing? There were, and are, many. Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Lee Child, George R. R. Martin, Raymond E. Feist, David Gemmell just to name a few. Authors should never stop being inspired.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants? I would if I wore pants.

What is it that you enjoy most about writing? Escaping into worlds of my own creation and bringing a little escapism into the life of someone I will probably never know.

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover? I’ve always read paperbacks, but am currently reading on an ereader. On a recent overseas trip I relied solely on my ereader rather than lugging around cases full of books. But an ereader looks so lonely by itself on a bookshelf.

Where do you prefer to buy your books? I recently met the folks from Mysterious Galaxy bookstore in San Diego and loved buying from them.  

Are you a self- published (Indie) Author? I’ve worked with both agents and publishers and have found the indie road works best for me at the moment. That isn’t to say I wouldn’t work with a publisher again, but I love the control and freedom I have as an indie.

What books would you like to read again? I’m currently reading The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by Stephen Donaldson for the first time since I was a kid. It brings a whole new perspective to the story when reading it through adult eyes.

Is there a particular movie that you preferred over the book version? Definitely none of Stephen King’s. I think Game of Thrones translates the books quite well, but only because, as a television series, it is able to fit in so much more detail. Movies are forced to condense so much that a lot of the story is lost.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)? I usually read more than one book at a time. Apart from the Stephen Donaldson one (paperback) I mentioned above, I’m also reading The Stand by Stephen King (paperback), and A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin (ebook).

Who designed the cover of your book? I do all my own cover designs.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? Not a cover alone. But a good cover combined with a fascinating book description would definitely drag me in.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out? You don’t fail so long as you refuse to give up. Grow a thick skin and plow through all the negativity that is sure to assail you. If your writing touches one person it is all worthwhile.

Do you write under a pen name? If I did I’ve chosen a bad one. Nobody can even pronounce my last name. No, that’s my name on the books, exposed for all the world to see.

Do you ever write in your PJ’s? I write in whatever I’m wearing at the time. The beauty of working in your own home is clothing is always optional.

What are your pet peeves? Whining. I absolutely despise it.

You are trapped on a tropical island – who would you like to be stranded with? Wilson the Volleyball.

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes? You do realize I’m a guy, right? I guess I’ll go with shoes.

Cats or dogs? Guinea pigs.

Tell us about someone or something that just made your day – I got to meet Raymond E. Feist at Comic Con recently and managed to have a short chat with him. He is one of my all time favorite authors and turned out to be a really nice person. I couldn’t stop smiling for the rest of the day.

What is your favorite food and beverage? Chili chicken kebabs. Beverage is lemon squash.

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing? Between 8 – 15 hours on my normal weekdays. On the weekends when I work nights I generally only manage about 4 or 5.

What are 3 things you never leave home without (apart from keys, money and phone)? Pants, hands, and a dash of devastating charm.

Sleep in or get up early? I work days and nights. Sleep is a rare commodity.

Laptop or desktop for writing? Definitely desktop. I need space for clutter.

Your favorite gadget? My Samsung tablet or phone.

Where and when do you prefer to do your writing? Always in my office, every day without fail.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad. The good ones are great; they’re what authors live for. The bad ones not so much. Not all books are for all readers, and you can’t please everybody. Getting a bad review is like filtering out people who aren’t meant to read your work, but if my writing helps a single person smile or escape from their daily drudgery for a short time, then all the bad reviews in the world are worth it. I don’t write for the people who dislike my work, and as such I shouldn’t be affected by their words.

Do you have a bucket list? Not really. I just like to live for the moment, not for tomorrow or yesterday, just right now.

One of your favorite quotes – “Smooth seas don’t make skillful sailors.”

List 3 of your favorite movies? Troy, Gladiator, and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed? Game of Thrones.


Publishing his first book, The Dark Path, in 2009 saw it voted in the top 10 horror novels of that year, even though Luke denies ever intending the novel to be classed as horror.

Luke Romyn has gone on to become a USA Today best selling author and is now one of the most popular indie authors in the ever-growing eBook market. 

He personally completes everything from cover art to final formatting, working tirelessly with editors to refine the best stories possible for his readers. The results are international bestsellers you're certain to love diving into. Hundreds of thousands of readers can't be wrong.



Where can your readers stalk you? I’m on Facebook, Twitter, and they can contact me through my website, http://www.lukeromyn.com

Is your book in Print, ebook or both? All my books are both print and ebook.

Do you give free ebooks away in exchange for honest reviews? No, although one of my reviews on Amazon claims I did, which was just weird. All my reviews are from people who felt the urge to share their views, not people who felt compelled to do so because of a free book.

Book links: All the links for my books can be found here: http://lukeromyn.com/the_purchase_links

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.

 

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Patti Roberts
Author/Book cover designer and book formatter - ebook and print.




Author Interview with Tania Elizabeth - The Tier of Eternal Grace




Book Description from Amazon:
BOOK ONE : The Moon Clearing
“She lives of Heart through Battles of Mind”
It was a place of peaceful enchantment. It was a place of all you could dream.
“I have existed always! Where I began I do not know, for all I know is just as I am today!”
As Queen of Eterna Fadas, Tatiana was thought to have lived a life of opulence. Her faith and beliefs were her endearing essence. So why then was it so that beneath the picture of perfection laid torments and terrors even she dare not explain.
Being She came with its prices paid. Being She came with a deal; a contract in which she was to relinquish herself to a rogue of unmerciful fury. A fury of whom she believed she could save. A fury who would settle for nothing less.
Would this be the end of all she ever know? Would this be the end of her existence?

What inspired you to start writing, and when?
I began writing at the tender age of 11. Though in regards to when I decided to become a published author… well… that began within a ride of internal search and growth. One in which led myself on much emotional turmoil and beauty, all at the same time. But one that also allowed me to believe in the truth of who I was – who I am. With this, came my paper and pen, and this be where The Tier of Eternal Grace was first woven.

What is your preferred genre?
Fantasy Fiction of course ;) …with a twist of inspiring word alongside. Though as a reader, I enjoy delving into most genres.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?
The Tier of Eternal Grace is a trilogy. Book One, The Moon Clearing. Book Two, The Mirrors Shadow. Book Three, The Souls Cry.

Tell us a little about your book.
The Tier of Eternal Grace series has just had an entire makeover, both inside and out. This has been an incredibly beautiful yet tiring process, but all absolutely worth it. We’re off to LA next year. Big things are rumbling ;)
Every page from beginning to end will keep you enthralled. The characters and their world will become more than just a story read. They will find a way into your very depths. You will become they. They will become you. They are the faeries you thought, but never really knew. They are the faeries whom shall become your own – literally.

Do you have plans for a new book?
As a matter of fact I do, and I will be heading to Far North Queensland to begin my research on some of the magical elements to be found on those pages. Beyond those details my lips are sealed. ;)

Was there an Author that inspired your writing?
Two authors will forevermore be my greatest inspiration, for they made such an impact on myself as a child. Enid Blyton – for it was The Wishing Chair and The Faraway Tree that introduced me to the world of fantasy writing. Secondly… William Shakespeare. It was through his words that I very quickly became enamored with all poetic influences.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?
I would have to say ‘write by the seat of my pants’. I trust in the process. I trust that the characters will lead myself where it be I am meant to go. Now granted, there are always timelines that must then be worked on, otherwise some things just don’t seem to fit. But for the most part – this girl just allows the story to weave its own magic.

Did you have an editor edit your books?
Yes, absolutely.

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover?
To read: paperback without a shadow of a doubt. Though I do still buy hardcovers when I can, simply because they look phenomenal on the bookshelf. Admittedly, I’m an old fashioned girl. There is something about holding the book in your hands – the scent, the sound of each page turned. You know what I mean ;)

Where do you prefer to buy your books?
Book stores. More often then not… the best books I own are found in one of the little independent tucked away book stores that none really know about.

Are you a self- published (Indie) Author?
Yes, I am an Indie author, and my journey was chosen to hold within this place for the time being, as it has allowed me to understand more about myself, and the world of literary itself.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)?
I have just picked up a paperback of Change of Heart by Jodi Piccoult. I have enjoyed reading several of her books. Will have to let you know how this one goes.

Who designed the cover of your book?
The divine and gifted Miss Patti Roberts. Patti felt the truth and beauty within the magic of thy story. She brought thy enchanted peoples world and their essence to the very cover of thy pages. And the deeper people look into the meanings of each piece on the covers; the more magic stands to be found.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 
Absolutely. The cover must give you an insight into the pages within.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out?
My best advice for anyone no matter what you do is to simply believe. If you can do that than you’re half way there. We can be all that we desire – we can do all that we so wish… we just have to trust. Well… that alongside a bit of elbow grease (hard work).

Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
Hell yes. Nighttime writing is no better than when I am snuggled up in my PJ’s.

What are your pet peeves?
People who don’t clean up after themselves, impatient drivers, and lights left on. Grrr… always having to follow people around my house turning off lights that are left on unnecessarily.

You are trapped on a tropical island - who would you like to be stranded with?
The loves of my life – my three angels. Can I take a good man along too? ;)

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes?
Chocolate! Chocolate! Chocolate! That isn’t even a question ;)
While I write, you will often find me with some chocolate at my side.

Tell us about someone or something that just made your day –
One of my twin daughters just played the cello in her second eisteddfod. Was such a proud moment, as is any and every moment just the same for us mummas. These times always bring me to tears.

What is your favorite food and beverage?
Favourite food? Hmm… that would be a good roast pumpkin, feta and pine nut salad.
Beverage? A good chai latte.

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?
It varies depending on what is going on in my life. As a single mum, I juggle my three angels, home, writing, and a business. Never is there a dull moment in this girl’s life.

What are 3 things you never leave home without (apart from keys, money and phone)?
I’d like to think that I have clothes on my back. Not sure people would like me walking around in the nude. LOL
I always make sure I have my sunglasses and my crystal jewelry. Actually feel naked without even those.

Sleep in or get up early?
Get up early baby. I love to greet the morning with a deep breath and a grand and grateful hello J

Laptop or desktop for writing?
Laptop. I love to take my work with me here, there and everywhere. My favourite spot to write would be either in the park by the beach or at my favourite café. I am there so often that the staff call me a part of the furniture.

Where and when do you prefer to do your writing?
Much of writing happens at night once my kids are asleep and the quiet surrounds me. Otherwise, at the café or in the park as I mentioned earlier.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad – 
I think they’re great – both the good and the bad. All that we receive, does it not allow us to grow? Does it not allow us to better oneself?

Do you have a bucket list?
Yes J But that is all you shall get from me. My bucket list would fill this entire page.

One of your favorite quotes –
Again, the list of quotes I could name would be endless. I could also be bias and state one from within The Tier of Eternal Grace series. Every chapter begins with a quote that aligns with what is happening within that particular chapter.
However, if I was to choose one quote that will forever stand out for me, it would be Napoleon Hill “What the mind can conceive and believe. The mind can achieve.”

List 3 of your favorite movies?
The Notebook, Schindler’s List and Avatar.

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?
Actually, would you believe that the last movie I watched on the weekend just gone was The Notebook. And yes, I still cry my heart out – every time without fail.

Where can your readers stalk you?

Is your book in Print, ebook or both?
Presently all three books within the series are only available in print, but will be available as ebooks within the next 2-3 weeks.

Book links:
Find all my books on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and all good bookstores.

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 












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