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Q&A with Priya Ardis

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About the Author:Priya Ardis loves stories of all kinds--but especially the gooey ones that make your nose leak and let your latte go cold. Her young adult novel, My Boyfriend Merlin, comes from a childhood of playing too much She-Ra and watching too much Spock. She started my first book at sixteen, writing in notebooks on long train rides. While reading My Boyfriend Merlin or most books, she recommends pajamas first and a pumpkin spice anything for taste. Her favorite Arthurian piece is the poem The Lady of Shalott by Lord Alfred Tennyson and a Read more [...]

Guest Post: Mitchell Maxwell

Categories: book tour, guest post, Mitchell Maxwell, pump up your book
For more than a year now I have tried to make the career change from producer to author. It has been going well my first book was well received and is gathering momentum and my second novel is finished and waiting for release. I have enjoyed the transition as it allows my creative juices to take flight without the myriad personalities acting out and it allows me to tell a story without dealing with divas and budgets and the stakes of a Broadway show.Nevertheless I was back at pre production today for a new musical that opens this spring. And it Read more [...]

Review: Little Did I Know by Mitchell Maxwell

Categories: 3 butterflies, book tour, Mitchell Maxwell, modern, pump up your book, RBR, review, some romance, theater
Little Did I Knowby Mitchell Maxwell;Editions: hardcover 336 pages, ebook (though Kindle not for Europe - the thinking behind this decision is lost on me)Published September 27th 2011 by Easton Studio Press, LLCSource: review copyHere is the story of an unforgettable summer. Set in Plymouth, MA in the late seventies, Little Did I Know is the tale of a young man with an outsized dream – to refurbish a dilapidated but historic theater and produce a season's worth of vibrant musicals. A recent college graduate, he fills his cast and crew with people Read more [...]

Q&A with Yasmina Kohl

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About the Author:Yasmina is from a small town in the middle of...naw you know better. Yasmina is originally from Vancouver, WA and then by way of the Navy and college ended up in Grays Harbor County with her husband and her two kids and now the two black cats. Yes, she has two of the furry beasts.During the day, she keeps the people happy or tries to anyway. At night, she tries to keep her sanity by escaping aforementioned family to write down what the evil muses have shoved in her brain all day.She waits for the graduation of her kids (one imminent Read more [...]

Review: Cassandra’s Heart by Yasmina Kohl

Categories: 2 butterflies, adult, bewitching book tours, book tour, paranormal, RBR, review, romance
 Cassandra's Heart (Magical Ways)by Yasmina Kohl;Editions: EbookPublished August 2nd 2011 by ICB Publishing (first published July 29th 2011)Source: review copyCassandra St. James has lost her true love, or she thinks she has. Cassandra's friends are trying to get the empath to learn to live again.James Austin never looked for love because he never thought he'd find it. James just wanted to find a better way of training a shy colt.Neither was looking for the other, but someone decided to put them in each others way.Trying to clear his mind James Read more [...]

Q&A with Morgan Hannah MacDonald

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About the Author:Morgan Hannah MacDonald writes Romantic Thrillers-Not for the faint of heart. She has always been interested in writing and serial killers, but it wasn’t until she found she had dated one herself that a true writer was born. She belongs to Romance Writers of America’s San Diego Chapter, as well as the Kiss of Death Chapter. She resides in San Diego, California where she is busy working on her next novel. Links: Website | FacebookWhat inspired the Sandman’s MO?His mother abandoned him as a young child to be raised by a highly Read more [...]