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Category Archives: Interview
A big welcome to A. Nybo as part of her blog tour for Three Bears from Dreamspinner Press. G’day all. Thanks so much for having me. It’s good to be here. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jessamyn Kingley as part of her release blitz with Gay Book Promotions for Dra-Kaedan’s Coven. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your writing? I’m a forty-something year old woman who has been happily … Continue reading
A big welcome to S.L. Danielson & Cheryl Headford as part of their release blitz with Gay Book Promotions for Waiting in the Wings from Extasy Books. I know you probably get asked this a lot, but how did you … Continue reading
A big welcome to Indie Gantz as part of her blog tour with RABT Book Tours for Passage. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your writing? Talking about yourself is one of those things they tell you … Continue reading
I’m over at Kim Fielding’s playing interview roulette. Thanks for hosting me! You can check out the post here.
A big welcome to Grace R. Duncan as part of her blog tour for Forgiveness from Dreamspinner Press. Are readers involved in making your fiction—do they suggest stories or say what they’d like to read? They do. I’ve been amazingly … Continue reading
A big welcome today to JM Wolf as part of his blog tour with Gay Book Promotions for Jace’s Trial from Encompass Ink. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your writing? Well I’m 25 years old living … Continue reading
Check out my interview with Kayleigh Sky! Thanks for hosting me.
A big welcome today to fellow Kiwi author Jay Hogan as she celebrates the release of First Impressions. Why M/M? I have always written and loved words but the format of that has changed over the years. At school, I … Continue reading