Thursday, September 27, 2012

Join Us!

Join us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for 
Author's Corner 
on the Stephanie Meyer Facebook fan page! 

Join us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for Author's Corner on the Stephanie Meyer Facebook page, featuring "The Unfaithful Widow" by Jamie Sue Wilsoncroft, sponsored by Write More Publications! There will be many giveaways, contests, and lots of fun! See you there! 



Thursday Share

Thursday Share

Free on Kindle! 

Wander Dust
ByL Michelle Warren


Heiress Without A Cause

By: Sara Ramsey


Sweet Venom
By: Tera Lynn Childs


Throwaway
By: Heather Huffman


$2.99 on Kindle!

The Unfaithful Widow
By: J.S. Wilsoncroft



.99 cents on Kindle! 

Remembering Zane
By: J.S. Wilsoncroft



Star, Starland Vamp Series, Book 1
By: Theresa Oliver


Cambria, Cambria Series, Book 1
By: Theresa Oliver



Fat Chances
By: J.S. Wilsoncroft


Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Writer Wednesday: Author Interview With Callie Cool


 Writer Wednesday

Author Interview With Callie Cool


·         What is the title of your story?  My story is called, "My Guardian Angel.” This story is my first story to be published. I'm really happy to share it with you. It will come out November of this year in an Anthology by Write More Publications titled "Angels Among Us".

·         Please tell us a little bit about your story.  "My Guardian Angel" is about my Grandma Sherry who passed away August 8, 2007, a day before my eleventh birthday, and how she was my Guardian Angel.

·         How did you come up with your story idea? I really didn't come up with this story. After her death, I was REALLY depressed and after a while I thought that writing down how I felt and what happened, hoping it would make me feel better. And it did. When Theresa Oliver told me about this Angel Contest she was hosting, I knew that writing about my grandma would be the perfect story to send in since I knew that my grandma was an angel that was sent down from Heaven.

·         What are your plans for the future? My plans for the future are to publish more of my stories and to inspire people to follow their dreams, since that's what I'm doing, and to finish school and go to a great collage.

·         What is your day job?  My day job would be going to school, working on my short stories, going to Drama Club after school once a week, going to church every weekend, and spending time with my family. 

·         What is your preferred genre to write? Since I'm a young author, I'm still trying to figure out what genre to write. Right now I'm working on Young Adult Romance.

·         How did you become a writer? *Laughs* Oh gosh … let's just say that I was never a big fan of writing. I remember a couple years ago I would get really mad when my English teacher told my class to write an essay for homework. I HATED to write! And to be honest, Theresa Oliver and Bina Martinez encouraged me to start writing. Then I made a short story page to see if it could help me out with school. If I didn’t find their short story pages and sent them that e-mail asking them to help me out, then I wouldn’t be here today getting my story published.

·         Are you a planner, complete with detailed outlines, or do you fly by the seat of your pants when writing? When I’m writing I usually plan to see where I want to go with my story, then fly by the seat of my pants.

·         What is the best writing advice that you have ever been given? The best advice that I was given by authors is, “Don’t give up on the things that you love to do!”

·         What advice would you give a new writer?  If I could give a new writer some advice, I would tell he or she to have faith, and to write everyday if they can to become a better writer. I didn’t believe that I would ever become an author and a better writer, but I did. When ever I have free time from school and other things, I have my notebook and pen in my hand writing. So always remember that, “Practice makes perfect!”

·         What other projects do you have in the works at the moment? My other works I have at the moment is school and babysitting.

·         What surprises can we expect from you in the future? I hope to become a famous author like Stephanie Meyer and Suzan Collins in the future.

·         If you could journey into any of your books, interacting with the characters, which would it be and why? If I could journey into any of my stories, and interact with one of my characters, I would probably want to interact with Myra from my story, Country Girl with a City Heart. I’m not going to say why I want to interact with her, because I’m not finished with the story and I don’t want to ruin any surprises, especially for the people who haven’t read the story yet! *Grins*

·         What public appearances do you have planned in the future? I’m hoping to do many book signings in the future!

·         Is there anything else you’d like to share with your fans? I’m 16 years old and I’m a sophomore in high school. I have a twin brother named Cory who is 26 minutes younger then me. Uuumm …I love to act! I’m also a HUGE fan of Taylor Lautner!! I have two rotten pets. A dog that is a Beagle/Boston Terrier mix named Dixie Lou Lou and a cat named Kitty Kitty (Real name- Anastasia). So if you want to read more of my writing, then feel free to go like “Callie’s Short Stories” on FB! I think that is about it about me! Bye!

On behalf of Write More Publications, thank you!

Callie’s short story My Guardian Angel is set for release Nov. 1 in the angel anthology Angels Among Us. For more from Callie Cool, please isit her short story page, “Callie’s Short Stories” on Facebook. 

Monday, September 24, 2012

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Friday, September 21, 2012

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Thursday Share

Thursday Share

Free on e-book! 

Hostile Witness
By: Rebecca Forester

Stained
By: Ella James

Spring's Fury
By: Denise Domning

The Volunteer
By: Baarara Taylor Sissel





Writer Wednesday: Author Interview


                         Writer Wednesday

Author Interview With Rebecca Boucher



·    What is the title of your book?
Hunting the Moon

·    Please tell us a little bit about your book.
My book centers around Lilly, a young widow who has started a relationship with the brother of the man convicted of her husband’s murder. As you can imagine they face a lot of criticism for that. In the           meantime, they are also dealing with her husband’s ghost, and a few other interesting complications.

·    How did you come up with the idea for your book?
I had a vision of a young woman in a field, either hiding from or looking for someone. I also had a vision of the ancient cemetery featured in the book from stories my dad had told me. It just kind of came to me one night.

·    What are your publishing credits?
So far, this will be my first book. I do have a blog, “My Life With Boys and Books,” where I review books and talk a little about my life raising my two boys. I have had guest post on another blog, and have had two online articles published.

·    What are your plans for the future?
To keep writing and being a mom.

·    What is your day job?
I am a mom to two wonderful boys, one of which is on the autism spectrum. They keep me very busy. I do a lot of volunteer work with 4H and in the past Boy Scouts. I also do some substitute teaching.

·    What is your preferred genre to write?
I prefer the  paranormal and dystopian genres. (With a little romance thrown in.) You really get to create your own worlds when you write in them.

·    How did you become a writer?
I can’t remember not writing. It’s just something I have always done. From journaling, to writing stories and poems. I have notebooks filled with rambling thoughts. 

·    Are you a planner, complete with detailed outlines, or do you fly by the seat of your pants when writing?
I think a little of both. I plan in the sense that I outline the basic idea of the book. I jot down character traits and where I want to go. But when it comes to writing the actual story I just sit and flow with what’s in my head.

·    What is the best writing advice that you have ever been given?
To write what you know. Write from the heart.

·    What advice would you give a new writer?
Network, connect, but make time to read different authors and learn all you can.  Blogging was a great outlet for me to meet other authors and hone my writing skills. And really learn about the world of indie publishing.

·    What other projects do you have in the works at the moment?
I have two books in the works right now. One is a companion to Hunting the Moon called Midnight Raven. I am giving one of the secondary characters her own story. She is so complicated I wanted to explore her further. And then I have another one planned that is kind of a secret.

·    What surprises can we expect from you in the future?
I think that secret book will surprise people on how deep I can be.

·    If you could journey into any of your books, interacting with the characters, which would it be and why?
Hunting the Moon definitely. I spent so much time on it, I would love to hang out with Lilly and Daemon. They were fun, easy characters to write. And their world is really my world. A mix of my town and other small towns around me. And I would love to go visit Lilly’s house.

·    Is there anything else you’d like to share with your fans?
I just hope once the book comes out that I have fans. I want to thank them for letting my characters into their lives.

On behalf of Write More Publications, thank you, Rebecca!

Rebecca Boucher’s book Hunting the Moon is coming soon from Write More Publications. Please check out Rebecca's blog "My Life with Boys and Books" blog! 



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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Tuesday Review

Tuesday Review

Cambria
Cambria Series
Book 1
By: Theresa Oliver

5.0 out of 5 stars A breathtaking journey!May 10, 2012
This review is from: Cambria, Cambria Series, Book 1 (Kindle Edition)
I had no trouble getting into the story of this book. It's a great book that takes you on a breathtaking journey, with fantastic range of characters too. The relationships between some of the characters were intense and i even had tears in my eyes at many touching moments. The author is very talented with the way she describes what is happening. The book feeds your imagination and makes it so easy to picture in your mind what is happening. Especially the action scenes. I found myself reading even faster just so I could get to the next part. A thoroughly enjoyable read that will keep you reading until the end! Can't wait for book 2!!

This review was published on Amazon.com. Cambria, Cambria Series, Book 1 is currently available at Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords for just .99 cents on e-book. Also available in paperback. Get your copy today! 



Monday, September 17, 2012

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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Friend Friday

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