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An online book fair! What could be better than browsing through some fabulous books without having to leave the comfort of home? Over sixty authors are participating. Perhaps you’ll find a new favorite author or book. I’ll be hosting a few wonderful authors and showcasing their books as well as hosting a cover contest for … Continue reading »
I had a chance to talk with fellow authors Kristine Carlson Asselin and Ansha Kotyk about their story “Stella’s Hero” in the Timeless Anthology recently e-published by Pugalicious Press. Comment and social share for a chance to win a PDF copy of the book! To read one chapter of the book for free take this … Continue reading »
I’m really excited to announce that I will be a part of this fabulous panel at Boston Glow on Tuesday, September 18th. You can find out more information by visiting their website, following them on Facebook, or Twitter @Boston_GLOW. We will be talking about strong, empowered girls in today’s fiction. See you there!
Reads 4 Tweens offers book reviews aimed at the adults who care about the books that kids aged 8 to 12 (give or take a few years) might be reading. While there’s no reason kids shouldn’t explore the site, the reviews are full of spoilers—they’re intended to inform about content, not explicitly persuade anyone to … Continue reading »
This winter ,shortly after Hapenny Magick was released, I was interviewed in Rhode Island by artist Erin Whalen in her studio/store called The Story Emporium. Here is the interview for your watching pleasure!
Don’t miss a great interview with me airing on April 9 & 10 talking about the making of Hapenny Magick! Follow this link, and let me know what you think!
I’ve met Bobbie at Faerie Festivals and such and was very intrigued by the fact that she has grown such a successful following for her fairy books. I thought I would pick her brain a little for those writers thinking about self publishing and man did she have some great things to say. Why did … Continue reading »
This Wednesday’s How I Write Blog post series is about research, so I thought, what better way to present more than one opinion on research then to interview someone who has jumped in with both feet? I present to you, author Kat Black. Her books about a 14th century scottish lad are a fabulous read. … Continue reading »