I have a special treat for you today. I’ve managed to snag a live interview with Austan Sandoval, an ex-NCS officer who has experience with Central American drug cartels, computer hacking, and also has amazing soccer skills. He’s the guy most women have a secret crush on, so wish me luck. Ahhh! He’s here.
Thank you so much for allowing me to interview you, Mr. Sandoval. This is a big deal for me.
Austan: The pleasure’s all mine, Mrs. Stastny…and call me Austan. Mr. Sandoval was my father. May I call you Char?
Today, I have Suvi Goldstein here with us to tell us more about herself. Suvi is the heroine in the Bending Willow Trilogy and has weathered a lot of storms. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to answer a few questions.
Suvi: No problem. I’m glad I could make it.
If you could live anywhere, where would you live? Continue reading
You’re in for a special treat today. I promised extra behind-the-scenes posts from the Bending Willow Trilogy, and that’s what you’ll get. I’ve invited James Hinton to be with me today to answer a few questions. Please give him your complete attention since he’s missing his Genetics class right now to be here.
All right, James. Thank you so much for meeting with me.
James: It’s my pleasure…anything I can do to help out. I love your Bending Willow Trilogy.
You should, since you’re one of the main characters in it. Well, let’s get started. I know you need to go soon. Are you a cat or dog person? Continue reading
Today I’m excited to interview one of my favorite characters from Katie Teller’s Kiya series. I’ve read both the 1st and 2nd books in this series set in ancient Egypt and have thoroughly loved them. The 3rd book’s out now. Yippee! If you haven’t read these yet, let me give you a synopsis.
Kiya is actually a Hebrew girl named Naomi. She was taken from her family by Horemheb (the Pharoah’s general) to become a new wife to Pharoah. In Pharoah’s court, she is introduced to Nefertiti. Intrigues and dangers abound. Horemheb guides Kiya in how to stay safe and gain the Pharoah’s love and trust Continue reading
One of my blogging friends, Gina Barlean, released another book that blew me away (and not just because of its title—Dead Blow). This book is Mayberry meets The Shining, with sinister undertones, and an antagonist that makes your skin crawl. But Shhh! Don’t tell him I said that. Continue reading