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TwitterQuest, December 30th

It's that time again... 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! Tweets2Motivate Motivational Tweets "I don't dream at night, I dream all day; I dream for a living." - Steven Spielberg #quotes DivorceZen Steve…

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Author Interview: Deborah Batterman

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with author Deborah Batterman. Enjoy!Author Deborah BattermanWebsite: www.deborahbatterman.comTwitter: @DEBattermanFacebook: Fan PageBook Trailer: Shoes Hair NailsQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?DB: I write both fiction and essays. More than once over the years, I've come across the suggestion that we're a storytelling species, and I really think it's true. In a recent New York Times essay, The Art of Listening, the writer suggests that maybe instead of…

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Meet Ava Arden!

Author Stacy Eaton (My Blood Runs Blue, Blueblood For Life) interviewed Ava Arden, the lead character in AVA, the opening book in my Priya series. Here is more information about Stacy.In her first interview, Ava shares clues about the plot of her story and about the story of the Priyas. Ava also introduces several of the characters from the upcoming books in the Priya series.Read Stacy’s interview with Ava Arden.

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Author Interview: Christine Cunningham

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Christine Cunningham. Happy reading!Blog: mungoisischristine.blogspot.com/Twitter: @E_B_ChristineCShelfari: www.shelfari.com/e_b_christinec     Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/5350558.Christine_CunninghamYoutube: www.youtube.com/user/stovens?feature=mheeFacebook: www.facebook.com/CCNovels  Q: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?CC: I dabble in two genres Inspirational and romantic fiction. Inspirational chose me when I wrote my first book Eternal Beginning. I choose romantic fiction when I wrote First Snow because I wanted to try my hand at writing a fiction novella series. Q: How many books have you published?…

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Industry Interview: Bes Zain

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with blogger Bes Zain. Enjoy!Websites: socialimprove.com, thereasoner.com, eyeography.com About: Bes Zain Twitter: @besz Facebook: Fan PageGoogle+: Bes ZainQ: Please tell us about the Besizm Network. What is it all about?  BZ: Besizm Network is a new upcoming network of sites that aims to give si tes like Social Improve and The Reasoner an umbrella to be under. The entire network is slated to be comprised of 4 sites at least before the…

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Author Interview: Rosanne E. Lortz

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with author Rosanne E. Lortz. Enjoy! Website: rosannelortz.blogspot.com Twitter: @RosanneLortz Facebook: Fan PageBook Trailer: 'I Serve: A Novel of the Black Prince'Q: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?RL: I write historical fiction. Growing up, historical fiction was the genre I most loved to read, especially novels by older HF authors like Rafael Sabatini, Samuel Shellabarger, Edith Pargeter, and Rosemary Sutcliff. The picturesque settings, the adventure, the romance--those were all aspects…

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Marketing a Book: Sean Biederman, The Concept Farm

  Today we have a special interview with Sean Biederman, Account Supervisor at The Concept Farm. His company creates the book trailers for James Patterson. Sean is here today to share his experience, thoughts, and advice on making successful book trailers, and on creating and defining a Brand. Enjoy! Website: www.conceptfarm.com Blog: www.freshideas365.com Twitter: @TheConceptFarm Facebook: The Concept Farm Based in New York City, The Concept Farm, a hybrid advertising agency, production company, digital development studio and entertainment development group…

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Author Interview: Emma Meade

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with author Emma Meade. Enjoy!Blog: emmameade.comTwitter: @emmameade83Facebook: Author PageBook Trailer: Night SighsQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?EM: Paranormal.  I grew up devouring/reading Point Horror back in the 90s. As a young teenager I moved onto Stephen King’s The Stand and that was it for me. Super natural, paranormal and horror is what I focus on now.Q: How many books have you published? Legacy published, self-published, or…

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Author Interview: Patricia E. Paris

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Patricia E. Paris. Enjoy!Website: patriciaeparis.comTwitter: @PatriciaParis1Blog: patriciaeparis.com/wordpress/Facebook: Fan PageQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?PP: My genre is Romance. I write long Contemporary and Romantic Suspense. I am a romantic at heart and I love a happy ending. I've tried my hand at mystery and paranormal, but I always come back to romance, it's what I do best.Q: How many books have you published? Legacy published,…

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Author Interview: LJ DeLeon

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with LJ DeLeon. Happy reading!LJ’s Website: www.ljdeleon.comWarriors Website & Blog: www.warriorsforlight.comTwitter: @LJ_DeLeonFacebook: LJ DeLeon Fan pageQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?LJ:  I combine three genres—action adventure, paranormal and urban fantasy romance. Given the blending of genres these days, I’m not sure what is paranormal versus urban fantasy anymore. Publishers rename genres to fit what’s selling or is hot now, so I’d say I write both with…

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