Author Interview with Clemency Crow

Today I’m interviewing Clemency Crow, author of middle grade adventure “Taking Wing”. Thanks for visiting! 1) What inspired you to start a writing career? I’ve always loved writing, but I never considered putting my work out there until two years ago. My sister, Virginia, published her first book. It was a HUGE event, filled with fun, and I started thinking […]

Book Tours: Promo Risking Forever

About the Book Title: Risking Forever Author: Tara Gallina Genre: New Adult Romance Risking Forever: Vol 1 (The Forever Series) by Tara Gallina My best friend has been obsessed with Sebastian since our freshman year in college. She wants him to herself, which is fine by me. He’s a paycheck, a means to an end goal. He’s temporary. But he’s […]

Author Interview with Holly Ash

1) What inspired you to start a writing career? I’ve always enjoyed writing and have been doing it for as long as I can remember, though it was always just a hobby. I decided to get serious about my writing about three years ago. My son had just turned 2 years old and I realized that I hadn’t written anything […]

Release Blitz Dreams Illuminate

About the Book Title: Dreams Illuminate Author: Michelle Iden and Emerson Miller Genre: Middle Grade Urban Fantasy Mystery “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.” –Albert Einstein What could possibly be happening to Emerson Hill? When she touches an index card, the first color in a rainbow […]

Author Interview with Greta Boris

1) How do you plot novels? Do you outline? I use a method I created called the Plot Menu. I first figure out who my characters are using the Enneagram personality types, then I create a spreadsheet in a three act structure, plug in major plot points, and start writing! I go back to it every 5 or 6 chapters […]

Author Interview with Sunayna Prasad

Author Interview Why did you decide to create a second edition of “From Frights to Flaws”? I was disappointed that Amazon kept deleting my book’s reviews, thus my overall rating got lower. Also, sales were not so great. The reviews were fine, but I decided that I could get better reviews if I updated some minor content. The cover has […]

Author Interview Dearly Beloved

Author Interview How do you plot novels? Do you outline?  I am a diehard plotter and outliner. I could never sit down and simply begin to write. I need to know who my characters are, where they are going, and how they are going to get to their HEA. I outline the events that need to happen in my books […]