[News Flash] December 28, 2020

Thank you to Rashi Rohatgi for sitting down with us this week to talk about her debut novel, WHERE THE SUN WILL RISE TOMORROW. Read the full interview here. And we’re very excited for Greta Kelly’s debut, THE FROZEN CROWN, which drops on January 12th. Listen to a sample from the audiobook here:   If you’d like to win a copy of Denny S. Bryce’s debut novel, WILD WOMEN AND…

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Why I Like Killing People (On Paper Of Course)

This week, we are writing about our favorite type of scenes to write and why. As I thought about this, I realized there is a common theme in all my books. Someone always dies. And sometimes not in a nice way. This is why I write fiction. I hear about something in the news, or something that happened to someone’s friend, and my imagination takes over. I try to put…

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Interview with Rashi Rohatgi, author of WHERE THE SUN WILL RISE TOMORROW

This week’s interview is with Rashi Rohatgi, whose debut novel, WHERE THE SUN WILL RISE TOMORROW, is a story of love and family set in early 20th century India. Below, Rashi shares about the strangest job she’s ever had, the time her teacher left her in tears, and the talent that she wishes she had (it involves two wheels!). Enjoy!   ABOUT RASHI Rashi is a Pennsylvania native who lives…

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[News Flash] December 20, 2020

Nancy Johnson joined us this week to talk about her upcoming novel, THE KINDEST LIE, coming out in February. Read Denny’s interview with Nancy here. Also this week, Lyn interviewed Denise Williams, author of HOW TO FAIL AT FLIRTING. Watch the interview at our Instagram page. And finally a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Denny. O the Oprah Magazine named WILD WOMEN AND THE BLUES one of 2021’s most anticipated historical novels….

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Interview with Nancy Johnson, author of THE KINDEST LIE

It is my absolute pleasure to share this week’s GUEST AUTHOR INTERVIEW. Nancy Johnson is not only a delight but an inspirational author with an outstanding debut novel that will be talked about (and read) for years to come. So grab a cup of coffee or tea and take a few minutes to read and enjoy and then — PREORDER! The Kindest Lie releases February 2, 2021!  Denny S. Bryce…

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Daydreaming My Way Into Writing

When I look back through the years, thinking about where I found the inspiration and the drive to become a writer, it’s impossible not to think about my childhood. As the youngest of four kids, I spent countless hours chasing after my older brothers, trying to weasel my way into their Nerf games and Lego battles. (Sure, I have an older sister too, but the eight-year age gap between us…

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[News Flash] December 13, 2020

Thank you to Georgina Cross, author of THE STEPDAUGHTER for joining us this week for an interview. Go to our Instagram account and comment for a chance to win a copy! And mark your calendars – Lyn Liao Butler will be interviewing Denise Williams this Thursday night at 7pm ET on our Instagram page. They’ll talk about Denise’s debut, HOW TO FAIL AT FLIRTING (which was just chosen as a…

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Demons and Daydreams: How Hieronymus Bosch Got Me Writing

I had a really hard time choosing a major in college. I went from Business Administration to Retailing, to Fashion, and finally landed in Art History – a perfect place for people like me who love art, but lack all artistic ability. Art History was a really fun major, and I enjoyed my classes tremendously. We’d scrutinize paintings, paying attention to style, technique, and symbolism, and listen to stories our…

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Interview with Georgina Cross, author of THE STEPDAUGHTER

How fun to be doing this week’s interview with Georgina Cross, whose debut novel, THE STEPDAUGHTER, has received rave reviews and has been compared to THE MOTHER-IN-LAW and BIG LITTLE LIES. Below, Georgina shares more about her journey to publication, the experience of losing her best friend, and the importance of modeling grit and perseverance for one’s kiddos. Enjoy!   ABOUT GEORGINA After graduating from Louisiana State University, Georgina enjoyed…

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Inspiration or Just Some Books I’ve Read and Loved

Inspiration is difficult to pin down. At least, that’s the position I’m sticking with. So, I decided to go back in time, not literally (not a time traveler :), but I started thinking about what has inspired me to write—and my answer is writing. Now, I’m not talking about my writing. Although, I wrote my first story when I was seven years old, inspired by Charlie’s Angels, which is not…

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