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Author Interview: Blake Northcott

Website: Twitter: @ComicBookGrrl Q: What is your genre? Why did you choose it? BN: My book ‘Vs. Reality’ is a comic book-inspired action-type story, so I guess you’d call it sci-fi/fantasy. I don’t really know how to classify it sometimes! It’s basically about a world where a few people randomly manifest superpowers, and they need to use an experimental drug to keep repeating the experience. I didn’t really choose a genre so much as I just had a passion…

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Interview: Graphic Designer “GX”

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with GX. Happy reading!Website: @graphiczxdesignQ: What is your profession? Any specialty area(s) within that field?GX: Graphic Designer and Photographer, now specialising in ebook and CreateSpace coversQ: What or who motivated you to start down this path?GX:  I've been infatuated with images – still, moving, color, black and white, abstract  – and design since I was a child. But I only started treating it professionally with the advent of computers and…

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Author Interview: Heidi Hall

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Heidi Hall. Happy reading! Website: WriterGurl1.blogspot.comTwitter: @WriterGurl1 Q: What is your genre? Why did you choose it? HH: Overall, I would classify my genre as romance. But I like to bend the rules and mix it with humor, suspense, thriller, mystery, etc. I know - I’m a bit schizophrenic. Q: How many books have you published? Legacy published, self-published, or a combination? HH: I have published four books to date: 2 stand-alone novels, 1…

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Update: International Mystery

The words “international mystery” do not refer to MHz’s excellent line-up of detective shows featuring Montalbano, Van Veeteren, Wallander and Maigret. Nor do they focus on those case-cracking Inspectors, Morse, Lewis, and Lynley, brought to life on the small screen courtesy of BBC.Instead, I am using the word international to summarize the list of countries from which my sites have been accessed.  In alphabetical order, they are:         Australia         Canada         China         Czechoslovakia*         Ecuador*         Estonia*         Finland*         France         Germany         Hungary*         India         Indonesia         Ireland*        …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Below "is the proclamation which set the precedent for America's national day of Thanksgiving. During his administration, President Lincoln issued many orders similar to this. For example, on November 28, 1861, he ordered government departments closed for a local day of thanksgiving.Sarah Josepha Hale, a 74-year-old magazine editor, wrote a letter to Lincoln on September 28, 1863, urging him to have the 'day of our annual Thanksgiving made a National and fixed Union Festival.' She explained, 'You may have observed…

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Lovers And Fighters

For an entire week, I've been trying to settle on which 800-word section of AVA I will choose as my first #TeaserTrain (a modified blog tour) excerpt. It's overdue, and I remain undecided.Choosing 800 words from the opening chapter would seem logical, right? It would, except that I am going to be posting the entire first chapter on my new website the day the book launches. No reason to duplicate or to waste opportunities for the blog hosts.Then, I considered…

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Author Interview: Marla A. Madison

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Marla A. Madison. Happy reading!Website: marlamadison.blogspot.comTwitter: @MarlaAMadisonContact: mam887@gmail.comQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?MAM: Suspense is about the only genre I read these days. I find that kind of book to be an exciting get-away from everyday life. Favorite authors are Brian Freeman, Jonathan Kellerman, Tami Hoag, Jeffrey Deaver, Tess Gerritsen, to name a few.Q: How many books have you published? Legacy published, self-published, or a combination?MAM:…

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TwitterQuest, November 20th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! monkeymakeit "This is not a book that should be tossed lightly aside. It should be hurled with great force." Dorothy Parker HP_Oliver H.P. Oliver Random thought:…

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Author Interview: Melissa Foster

The interview series with writers in my Twitter community continues with author Melissa Foster. Happy reading!Website: www.melissafoster.comTwitter: @Melissa_FosterQ: What is your genre?MF: I'm a genre hopper (and I like it that way); literary and contemporary fiction, and suspense.Q: How many ebooks have you published?MF: I have published three books in both ebook and paperback format; Megan's Way, Chasing Amanda, and Come Back to Me.        Q: Do you sell copies of your novel directly from your website?MF: No, I leave…

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Author Interview: Richard Jay Parker

Amazon bestseller STOP ME by Richard Jay Parker shortlisted for CWA Dagger Award. Click web link for chilling website. Paperback and ebook editions available. Website: Twitter: @Bookwalter What is your genre? RJP: Psychological thrillers. How many books have you published? RJP: STOP ME was my debut. How much time do you spend on Twitter each week? RJP: Probably far too much time. Do you blog? How often? Strictly professional or a blend of all things? RJP: I blog once…

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