I do hope you’ve enjoyed our return to Misery last week, but today we’ll indulge in a visit with a wonderful authoress of intrigue, BK Stevens, a familiar name to readers of Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery magazine, and who’s second novel, a YA martial arts mystery titled FIGHTING CHANCE, is both an Agatha and Anthony finalist. […]

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Greetings and welcome back. Today we are honored to question chat with the elusive Eric Price, wordsmith behind the award winning, young adult fantasy UNVEILING THE WIZARDS’ SHROUD (CLC’s Best First Novel 2014). We’ve offered him a goblet of mead and our best victuals to help keep him occupied as we endeavor to unravel the […]

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Everyone settle down! It’s time for class! You, yes you, with the loud music, turn it down and listen up! Today we have the talented and lovely, Mary Waibel, sharing her YA Novella, THE BOYFRIEND PROJECT. Take it away, Mary! Romance, High School Style A Guest Post by Mary Waibel marywaibel.blogpsot.com Thanks so much for […]

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It’s been a while since we’ve had a guest, but today we have the lovely Cheryl Carpinello, the creative mind behind SONS OF THE SPHINX, 2014 Literary Classics Silver Medal winner Preteen/YA. Plus, she’s offer to give two random commenters an e-copy of her TUTANKHAMEN SPEAKS. So don’t be shy, share your favorite read as […]

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We’re continuing our journey with the awesome sauce of Black Opal authors and their upcoming THINGS THAT GO BUMP FOR THE HOLIDAYS anthology coming December 14th! And up next is the creative, mad genius, Melissa Groeling. Not only did she contribute to the anthology, but she has a book coming out in FOUR DAYS! Yes, […]

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So we’re still counting down until release day (12/14/13) for THINGS THAT GO BUMP FOR THE HOLIDAYS. In our lovely collection of paranormal, holiday shorts (stories, not actual clothing), we have the fantastic JULIA JOSEPH, story teller for Young Adult Paranormal fiction. I’m anxious to introduce her, so I’m turning the blog on over (besides, […]

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Wicked *stopping by the lovely gardens at Dreamer’s place*: Morning, Dreamer. How’s Angel Boy? Dreamer *pats the already neat soil around another colorful flower*: Good, keeping me busy. *Rises to her feet and leans against her pale blue picket fence* So, what has you out during daylight hours? I didn’t hear anything about the Prankster […]

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