This month's author is Queen Anoshi, a new to me author who I really enjoyed interviewing! Here's more about her: Authoress Queen Anoshi is a native of Beaufort, SC. She was born with the gift to talk and make up stories on a whim. She started writing poetry as a young child which was her outlet to conquer different adversities in her life. It wasn't until her service in the Army and her first deployment to Bosnia that she began writing short stories as a way to pass time. Sh
This month's author is the lovely DL Gallie. I'm so excited to have her on the blog! DL Gallie is from Queensland, Australia, but she's lived in many different places all over the world. She currently resides in Gladstone with her husband and two kids. She and her husband have been together since she was sixteen, and although they drive each other crazy at times, she couldn't imagine her life without him.
Shortly after her son was born, DL began reading again. With encourag
This month's author is the beautiful Kelsie Rae! She's the author of several Contemporary Romance novels--The Signature Sweetheart Series. We talk Valentine's Day and her new release Sophie. Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from? I had a dream, woke up, and started plotting for hours! Funny enough, the story doesn't look it's going to turn out anything like the original dream, but it definitely fueled my imagination! Now I just gotta pr
I'm so incredibly excited to have my good friend Molly O'Hare on the blog today. She wrote some of my favorite books this year! If you haven't met Lord Waffles in Stumbling Into Him or Dog in Teased By Fire you are definitely missing out! Here's my interview with the awesome Molly O'Hare! Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from? My latest release was Teased by Fire, and surprisingly enough it came from a dream. One night I dreamt about a
I'm so excited to have Jody Kaye on the blog this month! She's the author of the Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series with several books out. I can't wait for y'all to get to know her and her novels! Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from?
Cavanaugh was my spring release. It’s a prequel and jaunt back in time to when the Kingsbrier Quintuplets‘ parents met. Over the course of the first three books in the series, their mother’s backstory starte
I'm so excited to have my friend Marika Ray on the blog this month! She's the author of the Beach Squad Series featuring California lifeguards and their equally fearless women. I can't wait for y'all to read my interview with her! Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from? Handcuffed Hussy was born because everyone loved the best friend character from my first novel. And looking back, readers were so right...she was WAY more interesting tha
This month's author is Amali Rose! She's an Australian author, and former blogger, who released her debut novella in 2017. I can't wait to find out more about her and her books! Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from? When I was writing my first book, Under The Cherry Blossoms, it was only supposed to be a standalone. But, as I was writing, the story for each of the heroine's friends came to me. Each character had her own story that I ne
This month's Author's Corner features Julia Wolf, a new to me author I'm so excited to tell y'all about. As always, I asked her a few questions and here are her answers... Can you tell me what inspired your latest novel? Where did the idea come from? The first book in my series, Cut Short, started as a little nugget of an idea. I always think about the impact we have on each other. How one word or sentence we say to someone else might echo through theirs minds forever, while
I’m so excited to have C.C. Wood here for April’s Author Corner. I’m a huge fan and have read several of her books— both Paranormal and Contemporary Romance. I love her spunky heroines and alpha heroes. Today, she’s going to tell us about her latest release and answering some questions. So, what made you want to write Paranormal Romance? Was there a book that sparked your interest or love for the genre? I have to admit Twilight was my gateway book. I have always loved paranor