Monthly Archives: October 2013

WOW! Meet K.D. Emerson, a wonderwoman and an author of Digitus 233!

I first met K.D. Emerson when I was at the crossroads of my writing career. I had just survived out of the hands of not so nice publisher and was still licking my wounds. I have to be honest, she … Continue reading

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Seven minutes with Jennifer: Interview of Linda Bolton!

I’m happy to welcome a talented writer and a dear friend, Linda Bolton, to my virtual couch. Linda, please, tell us a something about yourself? I’ve been writing since high school – poetry, a start at a memoir, and finally … Continue reading

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Originally posted on RogueHouse:
LUCAS (age 18 and up readers) Part Two of Immortal Blood Series. Revenge. It can either destroy you or save you. He was a ruthless killer who’d killed so many people he had forgotten their faces.…

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Meet S. L. Wallace an author of Dante’s Day off!

Today is a perfect day to read something different! Step out of your comfort zone and grab a copy of S. L. Wallace’s short story Dante’s Day Off. It’s for adult readers 🙂 Synopsis: In early July 2013, the following … Continue reading

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Teen Reading Week – Meet Catherine Stovall

Another great Teen/YA author you might want to check out!

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Interview of Rhiannon Paille!

The Teen Read Week continues! Today I have Rhiannon Paille, an author of The Flame Series, on my blog. Enjoy! Surrender is such a unique story, where does all of that originality come from? Hahaha. I’d love to say it … Continue reading

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How Greek Myths Inspire Us To Be Heroes; Guest post by Eva Pohler!

Today I have the pleasure to introduce you Eva Pohler, author of Gatekeeper Saga. She’ll tell us how Greek Myths inspire us to be heroes. Enjoy! I fell in love with Greek myths in the eighth grade, when I read … Continue reading

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Why pay if you can get it for free?

As an author I can think of at least fifty reasons why people should pay for my work but still I’m occasionally giving some of my books away for free. Why? Well, there’s the obvious reason…promotion, but also ’cause I’m … Continue reading

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Inspiring Teens Blog Hop: Meet author Cedar Sanderson

READY TO HOP ON AND MEET GREAT MG/YA AUTHORS AND BLOGGERS? The Inspiring Teens Blog Hop will continue all week long so be sure to visit as many as possible blogs and enter cool giveaways to win books and gift cards!!! … Continue reading

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Imagine fairies, mermaids, dragons, wicked witches and demons…Teen Read Week is here!!!

I believe that the ability to read is a priceless gift. It takes your imagination to a totally new level, feeds it and allows you to develop your own stories as well as create sequels to the ones you’ve read. … Continue reading

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