Today's author interview is with the author of Fair to Hope, Sam Reed. I got to ask a few questions on what brought this book to life and her feelings along the way. Take a read
I have no memory of how I came across Jason Werbeloff and his work, but I'm so happy I did. First off, he was offering up audio short stories for review. Any time I can listen to a story while walking, cleaning house or exercising, I'm game! His tales are full of science fiction, horror, gore and curiosity.
He's not just some bloke from across the pond - he's got a PhD in Philosophy and it shows in his work. Just because there are zombies, killer-cyborgs and memories trapped within internet doesn't mean this hottie isn't intelligent. Check out my interview below. He shares a lot!
Hey gang! Glad you're back for more interview of some amazing authors! Today's interview is of Adelise M. Cullens, the author of Dead Bunnies Make All Eight of Me Cry - and more! She's amazing and dealt with me and my unusual circumstance. I had to be at another location that day and ended up using my iPad and iPhone to video our Skype!
It was frustrating because the camera kept moving on me and once uploaded to Youtube, it cut some of my opening picture off! What a bummer, but I couldn't go back and readjust because it too me from 8pm to 1:41 am just to get it uploaded... I kid you not! So I hope you don't get seasick. Below is our initial interview. (Click on Read More)
My second interview is actually with two guys today. I'd like to introduce to you, Angelo Panetta and Tom Dheere- creators of the newest graphic novel, Agent 1.22. This is no ordinary comic and the agent isn't just some chick- it's amazing and if you don't take a look for yourself, you're sure to miss out!
completed an appearance at The Geek Gathering in Sheffield, Alabama- busy, busy, busy!
Below is the mini Interview with Mike. Check him out!
I reached out to Ms. Marsh last year, in hopes of obtaining a copy of this book. I chatted with her and she promised to forward my name to her publisher. Amazingly, she hadn't forgotten me and on July 5th, I was surprised with a copy. Just look at the cover (you know me and book covers!), isn't it amazing? It's even better on my iPad, because of the HD thing. Anyway, the book is called Fear the Drowning Deep, by Sarah Glenn Marsh and you are going to really love this one!
Written with YA readers in mind, the story takes you to another place, almost another time, and fills you with Manx mystery and wonder.
The story takes place on The Isle of Man, in the British Isles. It's about a young girl and her town, plagued by strange disappearances and even murder. Because our heroine is young, crafty and stubborn as an ox, she doesn't stop fighting for those she loves and cares for- even if they don't care much for her!
The story was filled with rich folklore, brought to life, like witchcraft, mythical creatures haunting the nearby shores and curses of the Little Fellas, I was enveloped in the world away from my very own, eager to discover what Bridey would go through next and if her new-found friend was foe or not.
Marsh wrote a story that will have you pleased with the story from the very beginning to its ending. I wasn't disappointed at all with this one, not even concerning Fynn. He was correct when he said, "Nothing from the ocean is meant to survive on land forever."
Check out this beautiful story while I get ready to shower you with interviews from some amazing authors! Be ready tomorrow. 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓out of 5 specs
*Author Interview 2016 is next.
**PDF provided by Sarah Glenn Marsh and Skyhorse Publishing, for an honest review.
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