Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Meet Bestselling Romance Author, Bella Andre

I am thrilled to be interviewing the bestselling romance author, Bella Andre, on my blog! First, Bella, you have published many successful romance novels, including The Sullivans series. Can I ask you what inspires your great stories?

Thank you so much for having me on your blog, Katheryn! My stories are character driven and I try to dig really deep into who my heroes and heroines are - what their fears are, why they're afraid to love, how close they are to other people, what their passions are, what they're hiding from other people. . . and themselves.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Making the Unbelievable Become Believable: Meet Author Janet Beasley

I just love fairy tales, so I’m thrilled to be able to welcome fantasy author, Janet Beasley. First Janet, could you tell me something about your wonderful books?

My main books are epic fantasy. . . you know, good old fashioned good vs. evil, but with a fresh new approach. So far people have said it is a very intriguing colossal experience, it reminds them of the day when you believed in the tooth fairy, and one even remarked that it was a mix of Harry Potter and The Wizard of Oz.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Love In Bloom Triple Romance Giveaway

Summer is just around the corner (I’m already counting down the days until the holidays!), so how about grabbing some great summer romance reads! I’m offering everyone the chance to win three or possibly even four FREE ebooks!
The first one is the 5-star novel, Waiting for Mary Elizabeth, by the highly talented author, Regina Puckett. It’s “an ever-lasting romance that you will not want to miss” (Amazon review).

"This is without a doubt one of the best books I have ever read. The very descriptive beginning starts a journey through a couple of young peoples early understanding of caring respect for another human being they did not even know. A promise was made between a 4 year old girl and a 12 year old boy.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Need a Job or a Career Change? Meet Paul Rega!

It’s great to welcome a great non-fiction author for a change, especially when this author can provide so many people with so much good advice! First of all, Paul, you have recently published How To Find A Job: When There Are No Jobs.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Meet Darcie Chan! An interview with the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Mill River Recluse

Darcie Chan
Today I am thrilled to welcome the amazing New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Darcie Chan! First of all Darcie, congratulations on the huge success of your novel, The Mill River Recluse!  For people who haven’t read it yet, could you tell us a bit about it without giving too much away?

Thanks very much, Katheryn.  The Mill River Recluse is the story of Mary McAllister, a woman who has suffered from severe social anxiety disorder her entire life.  As a result of certain events that occur in her youth, Mary’s condition worsens until she becomes a virtual prisoner in her marble mansion that overlooks the tiny town of Mill River, Vermont.  The townspeople are completely unaware that she keeps a secret, one which will change all of their lives.