These Fridays come around so fast, don't they? Time is flying, even if winter refuses to relinquish its hold on us, and the Friday Features are coming to a close at the end of March (at least for the time being.) Let's kick off our final month with the lovely Maryann Miller who is responsible for my current craving for a cheeseburger. Read on to find out why!
It's the final Friday of February, and this week, we welcome Capri Montgomery to the blog. Feeling cooped up as the never-ending winter keeps on lobbing its Arctic blasts at us? Distract yourself with some of Miss Montgomery's offerings....
Happy Friday, everyone! This week's featured author is Rosa Sophia, author of a novel with the truest title around. Retail really is murder, especially within the pages of her book. Welcome to the blog, Sophia!
One of my favorite parts of this crazy writing gig has to be, hands down, crossing virtual paths with today's featured author, Pamela DuMond. Always entertaining and supportive, she's the gal who makes your writing circle super cool. On top of that, she gives good book. Really, really good book. It's my absolute pleasure to introduce you to Pamela today!
Let's kick off our February Featured Author Spotlights with Traci Angrighetti. I have two things to say about this interview: 1. This might be the cutest cover I've seen in ages. Love how eye-grabbing it is, and 2. I will never look at silkworms the same way again! And off we go....
Coming out of hibernation to post this week's Friday Feature interview with the adorable Jennifer Anderson. Grab a blankie and some hot chocolate and find out what this author of YA and NA is up to!
I am an expert at bombing at self-promotion. I work a day job. I am lazy. I am allergic to Twitter. You know, the usual excuses.
I have learned a few things though, in reading Twitter, which I do when I’m sitting here, brain frozen as I try to dredge up one interesting tweet that will never come because most of my days consist of ‘Clock in. Rearrange things. Clean things people mess up. Go to lunch. Come back. Do it again.’ I have learned, my friends, how not to sell books. I may even be an offender on some of these points, so don’t crucify me. Just take these as educated observations.
Here are a few of the biggest offenders I come across:
William Nikkel is a man with an impressive library of books to promote. If you're looking for action and suspense, I think you've come to the right place. Check out the interview below and more importantly, check out Mr. Nikkel's works!
I am a terrible, terrible blogger! I have spent the entire day thinking it was Thursday, and not posting this wonderful interview with author Linda Rettstatt. This is a crying shame, too, because...well, have you ever based reading preferences on an author's attitude or personality? Well, Miss Linda here is just an awesome lady, and even though I only know her through the mystical, magical interwebz, she's become one of my favorite gals in the writing biz. I will have to beg her for forgiveness for my goof. Please read on, and give her books some love!
I hope everyone is having a great time for the holidays. Aside from the fact that I would have liked to have just a smidge of snow from Christmas, and coughing, and sneezing, and....well, aside from a suicidal immune system, I can say things are going well. The cat hasn't brought down the tree (yet), so yay! This is the best part of the holidays, though, isn't it? When you can finally breathe, curl up on the couch, and read your accumulated Christmas stories. Which means it's the perfect time to put those gift cards to use on this week's featured author, Jim Cangany! Keep that in mind as you check out our interview below: