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Why I write romance but love science fiction

Last month I released my new feel good romance, Felicity at the Cross Hotel, and so I missed writing a post for our Round Robin group of authors. I’m looking forward to taking part in July’s.. …and this month’s topic is: Whatever genre you write, do you have a different one that you love to…… Continue reading Why I write romance but love science fiction

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Introducing Clouded, a new #fantasy novel by M.S. Kaye

Las year I had the great pleasure of interviewing fantasy author M.S. Kaye here on my blog. (You can read our interview here.) And today I’m delighted to be part of her tour of her new fantasy novel, Clouded. Here’s the stunning cover:   Clouded By M.S. Kaye A Sumerian water and sky god myth…… Continue reading Introducing Clouded, a new #fantasy novel by M.S. Kaye

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Good to meet you…author Katy Haye

Today I’m getting to know author Katy Haye, who’s arrived a little out of breath. I live in a hilly part of the world here in Yorkshire, and the steepness of the streets can sometimes be striking to people who live in flatter parts of England. (I have a friend who lives in Northamptonshire, and…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Katy Haye

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Fantasy author James Crofoot and his Necromancer series

It’s a great pleasure to welcome fantasy author James Crofoot back to my blog. James was last here with an interesting article on vampire myths, and how to tell if a vampire is really dead. Today he’s back to answer some questions about himself, to talk about his phenomenal work rate and to tell us…… Continue reading Fantasy author James Crofoot and his Necromancer series

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Author Mary Waibel on using Tweetdeck to manage Twitter

Twitter is a great asset to authors – a place to find out and share information, as well as to tell the world about our books. The trouble is, it does take quite some dedication to make the most of it. And we can’t be on Twitter all the time, because when are we actually…… Continue reading Author Mary Waibel on using Tweetdeck to manage Twitter

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Chris Weigand’s Palace of the Three Crosses – a YA Fantasy

September 20th is the first anniversary of the release of Chris Weigand’s Palace of the Three Crosses. Chris has come to my blog today to celebrate – bringing one or two of her characters with her :) Good to have you all here, Chris! * * * Palace of the Three Crosses blurb Brandan and…… Continue reading Chris Weigand’s Palace of the Three Crosses – a YA Fantasy

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Good to meet you…author Sandy Carlson

I’m very excited about to getting to know author Sandy Carlson today. Sandy is a teacher and author of children’s books, but – even more exciting than this! – Sandy’s website states: I have climbed mountains, swum in oceans, and run down sand dunes. I’ve outrun wildfires, hid in a basement from a tornado, cleaned debris…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Sandy Carlson