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THE FORGOTTEN ONES (Book One) by Laura Howard

About "The Forgotten Ones: Book 1 (The Danaan Trilogy)" Allison O'Malley's plan is to go to grad school so she can get a good job and take care of her schizophrenic mother. She has carefully closed herself off from everything else, including a relationship with Ethan, who she's been in love with for as long as she can remember. What is definitely not part of the plan is the return of her long-lost father, who claims he can bring Allison's…

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THE NORU: BLUE ROSE Rose by Lola StVil

  About "The Noru: Blue Rose" The last thing I see before I close my eyes are his silver wings coming toward me. He lifts me up and takes me in his arms. While demons hurl fireballs at us from every direction, I study his face. I realize he doesn’t want me to live; he needs me to. It’s as if his whole existence depends on it… The Noru series in order: Book 1: Blue Rose Book 2: Last Akon…

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Author Interview: Stephanie Alexander

Author Stephanie Alexander  Bio: Stephanie Alexander grew up in the suburbs of Washington, DC, the oldest of three children. Drawing, writing stories, and harassing her parents for a pony consumed much of her childhood. After graduating from high school in 1995 she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the College of Charleston, South Carolina. She returned to Washington, DC, where she followed a long-time fascination with sociopolitical structures and women’s issues to a Master of Arts in Sociology…

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Author Interview: Brian Rathbone

Bio: Brian Rathbone is a former horse trainer turned technologist and fantasy author. When he isn't writing, he's trying to get more broadband for the people of rural North Carolina. Website:  brianrathbone.com Twitter ID:  @brianrathbone Facebook:  www.facebook.com/brian.rathbone Google+:  plus.google.com/100576965008526977677/ Goodreads:  www.goodreads.com/author/show/2854898.Brian_Rathbone Welcome, Brian! Thanks for being here today. What is your genre? Why did you choose it? Rathbone: I write fantasy, paranormal, and occasionally science fiction. Speculative fiction has always been my reading preference, and I haven't had much desire…

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Author Interview: A. R. Silverberry

Bio: A. R. Silverberry has won a dozen awards, including Gold Medal Winner in the 2011 Benjamin Franklin Awards, in Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction; Gold Medal Winner in the 2010 Readers Favorite Awards in Preteen Fiction; and Winner, 2010 Books and Authors Books of the Year Award, in Fantasy/Fairy Tale Fiction. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. Silverberry, the pen name for Peter Allan Adler, has been a licensed psychologist since 1991. He…

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Author Interview: Keith Weaver

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with #TeaserTrain author Keith Weaver. Enjoy!  Bio: I was into fantasy as a young boy. The first book I have a real memory of is The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster, a favorite of mine still today. My mind has always had an affinity for the strange and make believe. I've been watching and reading horror, paranormal, fantasy and sci-fi ever since. In college, I fell in love with literature…

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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: Michael R. Hicks

Michael R. Hicks. Author, RVer, and wearer of FiveFinger shoes. Website:   AuthorMichaelHicks.com Twitter:    @KreelanWarrior What is your genre? MH: With my first book, IN HER NAME, I started out in what could best be described as science fiction with a heavy dose of high fantasy and a bit of romance mixed in, or maybe it's futuristic romance with sci-fi/fantasy elements. That's the kicker: it's a bit hard to stick in a particular category. There are currently six books in the…

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