Huntress Blog Tour: Character Interview with Logan

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Good morning, fellow galaxy gazers!

Are you ready for a character interview this morning? This has been one of the most real (and funniest, if I might add, but only because it caught me completely off guard) interviews I have ever had with any character.

He doesn’t sugar coat anything, holds no punches back (figuratively speaking, but maybe literally in battle), and is very honest.

If you’re wondering who could I be talking about, let me first introduce you to Julie Hall’s Huntress, followed by the very special character, Logan. Continue reading

Halayda Blog Tour: Character Interview with Sylvie

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It’s not every day you hear a novel being a mash-up of multiple genres (like steampunk, fantasy, science fiction). Nor is it every day that I share a character interview with someone who is so sweet.

Today it is both, which is super exciting!

To say I am a little happy to be participating in the Halayda blog tour and sharing a character interview with Sylvie is an understatement. However, before I get into the fun interview, let me first introduce you to this beauty of a cover and intriguing book description (that is definitely on my to-read list).  Continue reading

Interview with Chronic Night Owl Bethany A. Jennings

One of the first writing friends I made was Bethany A. Jennings. When I first “saw” her on Facebook, she was at Realm Makers and had shared a picture online with her holding a nerf gun.

Besides looking totally cool, I don’t recall exactly why I reached out to her, except I felt strongly lead to.

That is a decision I will never regret.

She is such an encourager! At a time when I was feeling very low about my own writing journey, Bethany immensely encouraged me as she shared some of her story about writing and motherhood. It was literally an answered prayer.

Today I call her friend, writing mentor, and now author.

Grab a blanket and a few pillows for my fun chat with Bethany about music, writing, and her latest release, Threadbare.

About Bethany

bethany-jenningsBethany A. Jennings is a YA science-fiction and fantasy author, and a chronic night owl. She is endlessly passionate about the power of speculative fiction, both to shape hearts and change cultures and to unveil hidden realities. While she can be found wrangling her toddlers, running Twitter events, or inventing new kinds of sandwiches—no matter where she is, worlds and stories are dancing in her head. Born a southern California girl, she now lives in New Hampshire with her husband and four children, zero pets, and a large collection of imaginary friends (a.k.a. fictional characters). In addition to her fiction writing, she is a freelance editor, blogger, and the organizer of #WIPjoy, a seasonal online event for authors.

Let’s Chat!

– I am SO excited to have you on the blog! For those who don’t know you, can you share three words to describe yourself?

Introspective, devoted, optimistic. Continue reading

#onelinewednesday: Threadbare

My friend (aka my writing mentor) Bethany A. Jennings just released her first ebook, Threadbare!

I finished reading it just a little bit ago and I immensely enjoyed this short story. For it being so small, it definitely had a lot of depth that made Bess more easily relatable then I would have thought.

The magic streams were fascinating. I thought it to be a really cool concept and absolutely loved how Bess’s story unfolded, especially the ending. Those last few lines were epic.

Though today’s one line isn’t from the ending (as much as I wanted it to be, but that would have been spoilers), this line is still awesome. Can I have some golden strands coming from my hands, please?

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Explore Leira Blog Tour: J is for Jirkar

A few weeks ago I saw fantasy author Gillian Bronte Adams do a call on Facebook for bloggers who would be interested in celebrating the one-year birthday of her novel Songkeeper. It sounded like it was going to be a lot of fun since she was planning to do it alphabet style.

Now I confess I haven’t read Songkeeper, but I greatly enjoyed book one in the Songkeeper Chronicles, Orphan’s Song. If you enjoy epic fantasy (or any fantasy in general for that matter), I definitely recommend this one.

Anyway, I was eagerly looking forward to it and definitely decided to participate, especially since her characters are fascinating (Amos being at the top). With that said, I’m excited to present not only Gillian and her introduction to Jirkar, but also her novel Songkeeper. Continue reading