My author interview today involves all of the above…so stay with me. Blogging has been a fun way to meet other writers–kind of like high tech Pen Pals. Today’s spotlight author is CARRIE RUBIN.
Carrie was one of the first bloggers I met. She’s a funny gal from Ohio that makes me laugh. I’ve been excited for her new book, and bought it as soon as it was released. I really liked it! Now on to the good stuff…chocolate, plagues and gift cards.
Tell us a little about yourself, Carrie. Continue reading
Time for another author interview. Linda Weaver Clarke is here today at my blog (in spirit). Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us a little about yourself.
I travel throughout the U.S. teaching a Family Legacy Workshop, encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. I have gone to 16 states and given over 300 workshops. I’m the author of five historical “sweet” romances, four mystery/adventure novels and two non-fiction e-books.
Wow! You’re an accomplished lady. Tell my readers about your latest book. Continue reading
…but it makes for great books! Author Gina Barlean’s back from her snake-charming/fighting duties. Yippee! If you missed out on the first part of her interview, scroll down or click HERE to read it. I saved the writing questions for last…so let’s get down to business, in case another snake sneaks in and tries to steal her away.
Do you have a favorite character you have written?
Frank. He’s a character in my upcoming book, Dead Blow. Continue reading
…but my author friend, Gina Barlean, will never hurt you. Today’s an exciting day because it’s my first author interview. Gina Barlean is my blogging friend over at Moments of Clarity who has written a great book, Casting Stones. It is dark, it is tragic, and it is amazing. Gina has graciously endured an interview, and I wanted to share. Continue reading