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In the Spotlight [24]: Author Interview – Thomas E. Sniegoski

Hello kids!!! We have a party here today!!! A PARTYY?? YAY DANIELA! BUT… “WHY DANIELAAAA???, WHY???” Because my super favorite author, Tom, is here!!! You know how crazy  I am about the forsaken gang right? The angels, archangels, fallen angels, demons, Lucifer, etc… well Tom is the ULTIMATE Dark Urban Fantasy writer that introduced me to all that and made me fall in love with it with his series The Fallen! His last book The Demonists was awesome too and … Keep reading

In the spotlight [21]: Author Interview – V.J. Patterson

It is a HUMONGOUS pleasure to host V.J. Patterson, author of super stellar masterpiece When the Crows Fly Low one of my very few 5-star reviews in my Book Hall of Fame. If you haven’t read When the Crows Fly Low stop whatever you are doing and grab this book! You can come back to read this interview later and then leave a comment for V.J. telling her what a FANTASTIC book she wrote! …. Back already? you devoured When the Crows Fly Low, … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [19]: Author Interview – Tiffany Reisz

Welcome to my weekly “In the Spotlight“!  featuring my favorite authors and bloggers. Today I want you to meet Tiffany Reisz super famous ultra talented author of one of my favorite Disturbia books: The Siren, book #1 of the Original Sinner series 4.4 stars. Edgy, disturbing… sinful! Tiffany is one of my top favorite authors and I’m just thrilled to have interviewed her! Tiffany, thank you for the interview! Tiffany Reisz lives in Portland, Oregon with her boyfriend (a reformed book reviewer) … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [17]: Author Interview – Michael Omer

Welcome to my weekly “In the Spotlight“!  featuring my favorite authors and bloggers. Today I want you to meet Michael Omer author of one of my favorite YA Thrillers: Sleepless. Great read! It is pure genius! Scary and funny at the same time. Possible? Yes!  4.4 stars. This is also on of my favorite author interviews. I love that Michael took the time to give us awesome tips. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did 🙂 Michael, thank you for … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [15]: author Interview – Susan Beth Pfeffer

Welcome to my weekly “In the Spotlight“!  featuring my favorite authors and bloggers. Today I want you to meet Susan Beth Pfeffer author of one of my favorite series of all times: Last Survivors Series   Susan Beth Pfeffer was born in New York City in 1948. She grew up in the city and its nearby suburbs and spent summers in the Catskill Mountains. When she was six her father wrote and published a book on constitutional law, and Pfeffer … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [13]: Author Interview – C.M. Boers (Includes an excerpt from Divulge)

“I am a wife and mother of three. I grew up in the sunshine state of Arizona with a love of reading and an ambition to write. But I never took my writing seriously until after the birth of my first child. After that I took up writing more seriously in my spare time and I haven’t stopped since” Find C.M on: Her Website | Twitter | Goodreads | Facebook Please meet the C.M. Boers, author of Obscure, another talented self-published author! … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [11]: Author Interview – Sarah Fine – Includes an excerpt of Fated, the last book in the Servants of Fate series!

Please meet the author of Marked one of my top books, one of the few with all page-turner check marks: Sarah E. Fine! Sarah, thank you for this interview! D: I’m sure some readers are surprised about the fact you don’t have any training as a writer. Can you share with us your journey to become and author and publish your work? S: I think many authors don’t have a lot (or any) formal training, even if writing is an interest early … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [9]: author Interview – Alia Luria

Please meet the Author of the beautiful book Compendium! Alia, thank you for agreeing to an interview! D: How traveling and being an attorney and a photographer have influenced your writing? A: Sadly, being an attorney is a negative influence on creative writing, as legal writing is very different from creative writing. We lawyers are big fans of passive voice unfortunately. I do think that being an attorney has lent a slight formality to my writing, but that seems to … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [7]: author Interview – Dawn Kopman Whidden (includes an excerpt from “Keeping Hope Alive”)

Please meet award-winning author of A Child is Torn: Innocence Lost, Faceless: “A Mystery” and Stolen Dawn, thanks for agreeing to the interview! D: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? Was it before or after a moving to your tranquil farm in Bell? DK: I suppose the answer to that would be 3rd grade! When I was about 8 years old we were learning about pilgrims in school and were asked to write a story about that era. We … Keep reading

Book Review: Of Love and Distance, by Divya Jyoti Randev

Divya sent me a copy of her book for an honest review.  I liked it. The premise hit home for me: the challenges women still face in the 21st century. My page-turner check marks go to ✓Writing and ✓Premise. 3.8 stars About the book Robert Brown, a movie star, is abducted for ransom in a strange country and Lisa, an ordinary girl, is the unintended, unwanted abductee. They develop a beautiful relationship during the ordeal but later, struggle to keep under wraps a terrible secret. Will … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [4]: Author Interview: Tori Centanni

I really enjoyed getting to know Tori! We like the same TV Shows and she made me smiled a lot 🙂 I’m a little Goth at heart and after reading her answers I like her work even more! Please meet the Author of the Demon’s Deadline Tori, thanks a lot for agreeing to this interview! D: Can you tell us about your journey to publish your work? T:  I seem to do everything sideways and this was no exception. When … Keep reading

In the Spotlight [2]: author interview – J.G. Alt (Too Many White Men)

I’m very please to interview J.G. Alt author of Too Many White Men. I really enjoyed this book. Please meet the author that made it possible. J.G. Alt, thank you for answering my questions! D: Please tell us about yourself, your background, your work and what genres your books are. J: I have done many jobs over the years, from being a police officer in Baltimore City to working in healthcare, construction, business, food service as a bus boy, lots of things. I currently work … Keep reading