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A Conversation with Brenda Drake, Author of ASSASSIN OF TRUTHS (Library Jumpers #3–with a giveaway!)

Welcome, Brenda! What 5 things should readers know about you? Thank you for hosting me on your blog! I used to be a panster, but now I’m a plotter. I’m addicted to Gold Fish crackers. I modeled teen clothes when I was a teen. I collect old books with unusual covers. I started the contest Pitch Wars for writers after watching Cupcake Wars. I hear you on #1. I’d love to be a pantser, but the more I attempt to finish books the more I fear I really, really need to plot. Really.   Where did the inspiration for this…

A Conversation with A.M. Rose, Author of ROAD TO EUGENICA

Welcome, Ann! Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today! Thank you so much for having me.   What 5 things should readers know about you? Wow. This is a tough question. I guess I’d have to say: 1)    I think I’m funnier than I probably am. I make myself laugh daily with something stupid I’ve said or done. (Yes, I talk to myself.) 2)    I try to always be positive. Even when things look like they are going to shit, I try to find something good, something to learn from. I honestly believe that negative energy brings more negativity to my life, so I hope that by being positive it will bring positive things. 3)    I suffer from…

A Conversation with Loree Lough, Author of BRINGING ROSIE HOME (By Way of the Lighthouse #2–with a giveaway!)

On Tour with Prism Book Tours. Welcome, Loree! What 5 things should readers know about you? I’ve been writing since the early 80s. Back then, my byline appeared on articles for local, regional, national and international newspapers and magazines. I also ‘ghosted’ for professionals in technical and trade publications, and in all, saw more than 2,500 articles in print. I love sharing learned-the-hard-way lessons with writers that are just starting out. That’s what motivated me to teach writing classes—fiction and nonfiction—for many years at various community colleges. It’s why I lead workshops and seminars at writing conferences, and the reason I…

A Conversation with Erica Cameron, Author of SEA OF STRANGERS (The Ryogan Chronicles #2)

Welcome, Erica! What 5 things should readers know about you? I am an introvert and asexual. Free food (especially if it happens to be gluten-free) is a lure that will get me nearly anywhere, probably to a dangerous degree, but I don’t like cooking at all. My to-read pile (solely counting the ones I already own and have sitting on my shelves) is so out of control I will never catch up. Last but not least, after spending most of my life in Florida, I am determined to live on or near mountains one day. I have a theory that…

A Conversation with Beth Merlin, Author of S’MORE TO LOSE (The Campfire Series #2–with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Beth! What 5 things should readers know about you? I didn’t learn to drive until a few years ago. Growing up in New York, I didn’t need to drive and then I went to college in Washington DC, where I didn’t need a car either. In my thirties, I decided it was time to take lessons and overcome my fear. I still don’t love driving, but I am happy I learned! Camp is one of my favorite places in the world. Some of my closest friends to this day are…

A Conversation with Mary Lindsey, Author of HAVEN (with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Mary! What 5 things should readers know about you? I live on an island! You can only get to my house by cable car or boat. My island is on the Texas Gulf Coast that has fourteen other homes on it. It’s heaven for me because of the wildlife. I love animals. All animals, no matter how many legs. Yep. I’m a fan of even snakes and spiders. After guarding a momma spider and her egg sack from being removed from over the door of our island-shared pool house, one…

A Conversation with Karen Rock, Author of CHRISTMAS AT CADE RANCH (Rocky Mountain Cowboys #1–with a giveaway!)

On Tour with Prism Book Tours.   Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Karen! What 5 things should readers know about you? Hi, Becky! Thank you so much for having me on your blog today 🙂 Since this is a Christmas-themed book, I’ll share five Christmas things readers show know about me… Christmas is my favorite holiday. My favorite Christmas gift of all time was a stuffed turtle named, of course, Mr. Turtle, who currently lives in a special spot of honor on the top shelf of my closet. More is more for me when it comes…

A Conversation with Leigh LaValle, Author of BREATHLESS–with a Giveaway! (Yoga in the City #1)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Leigh! Thank you for having me! I’m excited to chat about BREATHLESS today. What 5 things should readers know about you? I’m a mom and I have 3 kids age 3-10. I wish this wasn’t the first thing that describes me but they take up most of my bandwidth. I love being a mom. Most of the time 😉 I’ve always loved romance books, starting with SWEET VALLEY HIGH and ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. I fell in love with historicals as a teen, and my first three books are historical…

A Conversation–and Giveaway!–with Melinda Curtis, Author of SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF by Melinda Curtis (Harmony Valley #10)

On Tour with Prism Book Tours.   Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Melinda! What 5 things should readers know about you? My husband and I have been remodeling the house we live in since February. We’ve been without a master bath since June. We recently went from big dog owners (Labs, English Setters) to little dog owners (Yorkie mixes). My husband is the main dog walker in the house. I’ve been published since 2002 and have written nearly 40 romances. My trainer says I could lose those last 8 pounds if I gave up chocolate and…

A Conversation with Tristina Wright, Author of 27 HOURS (with a Giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Tristina! Thank you for having me! What 5 things should readers know about you? Are we talking 5 weird things…wait, of course we’re talking 5 weird things. Okay, first my hair is not really pastel colors. I know! But I will tell you it’s brunette with a black streak. The black is my birthmark. I was head cheerleader in high school. With my levels of anxiety and introversion, it’s hard to believe, yes, but I was. I don’t have wisdom teeth. Not like they were taken out. They never existed.…

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