Archive for May, 2015

Will Freshman Fourteen triumph?

Friday, May 29th, 2015
Beth Rodgers, why did you choose to self-publish?
I chose to self-publish because I was eager to get the word out about my book. The writing process took place over the course of nine years, so it was exciting to get some momentum going.


How often do you write?
I write as often as I can. My goal is to write at least a page a day, but that’s not always feasible. I figure that a page a day will allow me to complete my novel – at least the rough draft – within a year’s time. I’d love to get the sequel to my debut novel, ‘Freshman Fourteen,’ out as soon as possible.
Tell us about some of your future projects?
As I already said, I’m working on the sequel to ‘Freshman Fourteen’ at the moment. It follows the same characters, with an additional (more…)

Book Tour for Hohenstein by Didi Lawson

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

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More about Hohenstein an Historical Romance: 

Anything but a typical aristocrat, young Baroness Marie-Louise is not afraid to roll up her sleeves and get to work, especially when it comes to saving her ancestral estate. Determined to shake loose the shackles of propriety and gain the warm family life her upbringing denied her, she has vowed to marry a man of lower rank. Blue-bloods need not apply. (more…)

Are all roses red?

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

J.B. Kantt, how long have you been writing? I have been writing for four years.

Tell us where you were born and where do you live now. I was born in the United States, on the east coast. I still live on the east coast.

How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it? I think any idea can be good enough to write a book about, as long as the author is willing to put in the work. I also think if an author is able make a good plot out of an idea, it’s good enough.

Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer? (more…)

Guardians III: The Journey Home

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Brad what makes you passionate about writing?

The need to know makes me passionate about writing. I get a story idea in my head and I have to find out (1) if I can tell it well, and (2) what happens between the beginning and the end.


Do you have a writing routine?

Because my regular job puts me behind a computer for eight hours a day, the last thing I want to do when I get home is sit behind a computer. As a result, my routine consists of waking up by (more…)

Why does Minersville whisper

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Whispers of Minersville by Eliza Crosby

Book Blurb:

As Ruthie goes on college summer break with her Dad to a familiar vacation spot, it doesn’t start off quite how she expected. When she witnesses what she thinks is a man committing suicide, it throws her into an unexpected adventure with the local town cowboy, and many tortured ghosts. She feels drawn to help them, and help restore the town she has grown up loving, possibly while falling in love in another way.


What others have to say about the book:

Nicole Parish   “I just finished your book and it was FANTASTIC!!!”

Review from Charei Mace “Just finished reading your book, please tell me there is a sequel? I loved it! (more…)

A New Paranormal Tale hit the market

Friday, May 8th, 2015

Cheree Alsop just published the first book in her new Monster Asylum Series,  “The Fangs of Bloodhaven.”


book blurb:

Being a teenage vampire in a human family isn’t easy, especially in a city where harboring any monster subspecies is illegal. When Everett is injured attempting to save a werewolf, she takes him to the Monster Asylum, a place that shouldn’t exist, and introduces him to a world of acceptance and possibility. Dark creatures begin to plague the five cities. Everett’s ability to fight against them makes him irreplaceable if the human world that fears him can accept a vampire as a hero.



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Dark and Stormy do they go together?

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015
When did you first know you wanted to be an author? 
I first thought that writing books would be a pretty great gig when I was 8. I wanted to be a missionary more though, so being an author was plan B.
Track, what makes you passionate about writing?
Story ideas. It’s definitely the unanswered “what if?” questions that keep me wanting to write. I don’t have the time to pursue all of the ideas, but the sheer multitude of questions keeps me sticking with it.
What was the pathway like for you to get your first book published?
That’s a long story! The short version starts (more…)

What makes Corr Syl Terrible?

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

Review for readers

Corr Syl the Terrible by Garry Rogers is a very interesting tale about characters that descend from animals who are living with humans on earth. It is quite a great story told more in a narrative way with intermittent dialogue. It is fast paced and treats the reader to a great warrior tale. I keep forgetting this is a pre-teen or a tween’s book. It will be greatly liked both by lovers of animals and warrior fantasies.

The Tsaeb are a warrior group that protects the world from (more…)