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The Fiona McVie Interview – 33 Questions

Name Ashley BarronAgeOld enough to know better, still young enough not to care.Where are you fromWashington, D.C.A little about yourself I’m a bit of a jack of all trades. I believe it is the result of having been born with an outgoing personality and an entrepreneur’s way of looking at life. I’ve worked on Capitol Hill, at a Fortune 100 company, and I’ve run my own businesses. When I travel, no matter how intriguing the destination, I prefer to spend…

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The Fiona McVie Interview – 33 Questions

Name Ashley BarronAgeOld enough to know better, still young enough not to care.Where are you fromWashington, D.C.A little about yourself I’m a bit of a jack of all trades. I believe it is the result of having been born with an outgoing personality and an entrepreneur’s way of looking at life. I’ve worked on Capitol Hill, at a Fortune 100 company, and I’ve run my own businesses. When I travel, no matter how intriguing the destination, I prefer to spend…

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Author Interview: Adrienne Thompson

Q: Thanks for being here today, Adrienne! Please tell readers about your path from writer to published author. I’ve technically been a writer since I was ten, when I attempted to write my first book (which was a rip-off of a Judy Blume book.) I wrote poetry for years and when I was a freshman in college, my English teacher tried to talk me into changing my major to English. Well, I changed it from Biology to Nursing to Education…

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Author Interview: Allison Cosgrove

Welcome, Allison! Please tell us about yourself. I am a mom, wife, business owner, and author. Coffee is my best friend. I live a very organized life because there is just so much going on that if I don’t want to go insane I have to keep everything on schedule. You’ve just come out with a second edition of your first novel, Sacrifice of Innocence. What led to the decision to publish a new version? To put it bluntly it…

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The JeriWB Interview – 10 Questions

Click HERE to read the full interview on Jeri Walker-Bickett's blog. It pleases me to no end to post today’s tête-à-tête with author Ashley Barron. Early on, I quickly gravitated toward her tweets for many reasons, eventually leading to my review of her book where I discuss her uncanny ability. I’m sure this interview will lead you to appreciate Ashley’s work ethic, forthright nature, and talent. Giveaway: Two copies (print or electronic) will be given away to randomly drawn people…

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The Edward Gordon Interview – 10 Questions

 Do you write daily with a fixed routine or only when the mood hits?Thanks for having me today, Edward!Daily, I write what my mood dictates. I have several projects in the works right now. They include the Priya novels, beginning with Ava, the short stories collection, a standalone novel, and blogging, of course.My Priya series, which debuted last week with Ava, is fully mapped out. There will be twenty-six novels in the series, all of which are fully outlined. That…

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Author Interview: Carmen DeSousa

Bio: Carmen DeSousa is a Florida native and currently lives in South West Florida. Her first published novel, "She Belongs to Me" achieved bestseller status in "paid" romantic-suspense right next to Nicholas Sparks and J.D. Robb. Look for "Land of the Noonday Sun" spring of 2012, "Difficult Decisions" fall of 2012, and "Split Decisions" December 2012. Her novels are sensual but not erotic, gripping but not graphic, and filled with romance, mystery, and suspense. Author Website Twitter Amazon Facebook Goodreads…

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Author Interview: Carlyle Lasbuschagne

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Carlyle Labuschagne. Happy reading!Website: Carlylelabuschagne.comTwitter: @CarlyleLQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?CL: I have a mix of genres I touch on in this series. For the most part it is fiction. I have combined elements of sci-fi, YA paranormal romance, fantasy (magic) and dystopian.Q: How many books have you published? Legacy published, self-published, or a combination?CL:  Although I have been writing since the age of 12 …

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Author Interview: Blake Northcott

Website: www.blakenorthcott.com 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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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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