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Spotlight on Kim Hotzon

Originally posted on Joanne Guidoccio:
I am happy to feature Soul Mate author Kim Hotzon and her new release, Hands Full of Ashes. Prepare for an adventure-filled ride that spans three continents. Here’s Kim! Twenty five years ago, I boarded a plane (I do that a lot, it seems). My purpose for travelling to Japan…

Website Wonders

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Website Wonders: Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of January’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing and Authors as well as Reading. If you enjoy these websites, be sure to like my Facebook…

Tour Through Blogland with Nicholas C. Rossis

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Tour through Blogland The lovely author C.E. Robinson very kindly nominated me for a Tour Through Blogland award (you can check out the rest of my awards and see me in a lovely dress in my awards page). The rules include answering four questions about my creative process, in order to let other…

Snowed – Part 26

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Mike decides to call Chester and find out when they plan to be in town, since he’s having to work extra late for the field trip. Instead of talking to Chester, he speaks to Sarena, Chester’s daughter. he finds that she’s a lot of fun and very easy to talk…

Interview with Adan Ramie

There’s no I in EYE

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Image from ShutterStock ? THERE’S NO I IN EYE There’s no I in EYE, But hear it I can’t DENY; Nor an I to be found in FLY, For which I must ask: WHY? ♦ I find no C in SEA, As you can plainly SEE; When I find no F…

#Read about Guest #Author Patrick Jones

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Author Interview: The Wolf’s Moon by Patrick Jones, The Linden Chronicles: Book 1 I had a couple of hours in between the next hurried crowd of people that wanted a signed copy of “The Wolf’s Moon.” All I wanted was to rest my hand and…

Fantasy, Sci-fi and Literary Heroes in Our Society – Guest Post – Wade Garret

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Welcome to Wade Garret, author of ‘extreme science fiction’ in the style of Dune. Today he talks about the influence and pervasiveness of science fiction and fantasy in our society. At 33, Wade Garret is the youngest of three children (the only boy) born in NY, but raised in…

Here is my interview with Christina Marie Castro

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
Name: Christina Marie Castro Age:  I may not look my age, but believe me, I am half a century plus five. Where are you from?  I am from Baltimore, Maryland  USA A little bit about yourself? I am the youngest and the only daughter of Miguel Albano Castro and Irene Castro.…

Here is my interview with Tanya Sands

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
Name Tanya Sands   Age 45 Where are you from Atlanta, GA area A little about your self `ie your education Family life etc   I’m the youngest of 6 and the mother of 4 boys ranging from 4-25. My 1st grandchild is due to be born in June, I’m so excited.…

K.M. Allan

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