Interview with Ann Whitely-Gillen

I not only had the pleasure of reading Mrs. Whitely-Gillen's novel, Last Train to Omaha, but I also got the chance to ask her some burning questions that I had floating around.  Hope you enjoy getting to know her...

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Interview: Gwen Jones, Author of Wanted: Wife

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m a born and bred Jersey girl, and darn proud of it. I live in a small town on the edge of the Pine Barrens (what are they? If you read...

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Good Vibrations by S.L. Scott Interview

Title: Good Vibrations Author: S.L. Scott Genre: Romance/New Adult Book description: I grab her exploring finger just as it reaches my happy trail—a trail that if I let her wander down further will lead us to do things we can’t take back. Things...

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Interview with S.C. Stephens ~ Author of the THOUGHTLESS Series

In October 30, 2012, we celebrated S.C. Stephens' Day and without a doubt had to celebrate it again today, the official release day of Reckless, the third and final book in the Thoughtless trilogy.  Since I personally am not...

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Author Interview ~ Jessica Scott

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself, Jessica? You mean other than I’m crazy? Not much to tell. Mom, wife, army officer, author, and hamster wrangler. The hamsters are the fun part, lol. Do you have a day job...

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Getting to know the “real” J.L. Mac ~ author of Seven Years of Bad Luck

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I wish there was something fun and exciting to say about myself, but I am afraid there isn’t. I am twenty-six years old. I am married to a soldier in...

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Author Interview: J.B. McGee

Tell us a little bit about yourself, J.B. I have been married for 11 years to my husband, Chad.  We have two special needs children, Noah (7) and Jonah (5).  We all suffer from Mitochondrial Disease, so my hope is...

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Interview: Victoria Michaels

I'm so LUCKY to have interviewed another one of my favorite authors. Not once...but TWICE this year!! Here's my second interview with Trust in Advertising and Boycotts & Barflies author, Victoria Michaels! :) Have fun! Writing 1. What was your favorite pastime...

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Interview: Jessica Park

I got to chat with one of my favorite authors, Jessica Park. *squeals*!! Here is the exclusive interview with the NY Times best-selling author of Flat-Out Love! Enjoy! :) Writing 1. What’s a typical day like in the life of Jessica? Lots...

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Spotlight: author and poet Kat Bastion

1. What inspired you to write poetry, and publish your work. First, thank you, for the opportunity to interview with Literati Literature Lovers, Karen, and for sharing in the cover reveal of Utterly...

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The Wild Ones Blog Tour: Character Interview & Giveaway

"Pick 'treat.' Please, for the love of God, pick 'treat'." We have the pleasure of having an interview with the sexy Trick Henley from The Wild Ones Q. Favorite movie/actor/actress? Favorite movie? Bullet with Steve McQueen, for...

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Interview: Sophie Morgan

Jessica and I had the opportunity to interview Sophie Morgan, author of Diary of a Submissive. We hope you enjoy getting to know Sophie a little better. 1. Some people insist you are not a woman, but a man due...

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Meant to Be Blog Tour: Karen Stivali Interview & Giveaway

Which author influenced your writing the most, and how do you prepare yourself to write an erotic love scene? I don’t know that there is one single author who has most influenced my writing. As a kid I read almost...

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Interview: S.C. Stephens

Tell us some things about yourself that readers, like myself, may not know, as well as how you got into writing? I’m very private and writing is very personal, so, in the beginning, I didn’t tell a whole lot of...

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Interview with Kristen Painter Part 2

Q. As a writer do you think it is the harder or easier to write urban fantasy/paranormal fiction? Yes. Hah! Actually, it's both hard and easy. Easy because there are really no boundaries. Hard because...

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