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Interview with Kay Kauffman

Check out Kay Kauffman’s interview on Authors to Watch!

Thinking about some of the questions, I remember the first ‘book’ I wrote. If any of you are interested in it, let me know… just… be warned.

Authors to Watch

Today, I’m thrilled to welcome Kay Kauffman. Kay is a talented author and poet, and a contributor to the fantasy/horror anthology Strange Portals which is free on Smashwords, Nook, and Kindle.

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Welcome, Kay. Can you tell us a little about yourself?

Me?  Well, I love flowers.  I love looking at them, I love smelling them, I love photographing them.  I do not, however, love growing them.  When I’m put in charge of plants, they have a tendency to die.  It’s not even a mystery how – either they drown or they die of thirst.  There’s no happy medium.  The only plant I’ve managed to keep alive for any length of time is a philodendron my husband gave me when I returned to work three years ago after the birth of our youngest son, and the only reason it’s still hanging out in the land of the…

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The Horse and His Boy – The Chronicles of Narnia – C.S. Lewis

Alright Narnia fans, which one was your favorite?

Book number three in the Narnia series, by the numbering on the books I have, is “The Horse and His Boy.” This is also the only book I seem to have missing from my collector’s box that holds all 7 of these books. I haven’t the slightest idea where it went, who may have had it last, or how I managed to lose a book!

The Horse and His Boy

With that being said, this is actually my least favorite book out of the 7 in the series. This is a novel that can stand alone, and there is no need to read, or have read, and of the other books to enjoy this one. I did like this story, I just did not find it as interesting as the other 6 stories. This story is set in Narnia for its entirety, and focuses on a boy running away from home, who meets…

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2 Reviews in one Day?!?! THE WATER TRAVELERS – Start Reading it for yourself today!

Get the eBook for FREE today! Read the full review HERE


(Or, you could be super mega awesome and spend the $0.99 cents to get it on Amazon. I would love you. A lot. 😀

AMAZON (because I love Dan. Sort of. Probably not.)

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Review: Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi

A really cool cover and a really well written review. Check out Heartfullofbooks blog!

Heart Full of Books

18071739Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi
Genre: Sc-fi, Fantasy, Romance
Published by: Atom
Pages: 389
Format: Paperback
Rating: ★★★.5
Where to Find: Goodreads | Amazon

The final book in this series seems to be taking itself more seriously as a sci-fi fantasy novel. We’re no longer in the throes of ‘does-he-like-me?’ but instead dealing with the threat of tyrants and the honour of self-sacrifice.

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Review! The Water Travelers: Heir of the Unknown by Daniel Waltz


Amanda Moran-Soley

A great new fantasy adventure aimed at the young adults market but enjoyable for adults too! 

Aaron and Madi are from different worlds but facing very similar problems – trying to find their way in the world in the face of parent pressure and increasing responsibilities.
Both characters are easy to sympathise with and the relationship that forms between them is very naturally written. Waltz has created a unique world and the way it links to ours is just a brilliant idea. He has also come up with a compelling scenario that urges the reader on to discover how Aaron will deal with his impossible situation.
Great twists and a good pace. An unmissable read.
It’s free! Get your copy here:

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Review: The Lost Heirs, by A. Moran-Soley

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When I saw “The Lost Heirs” on a blog, I decided to read this new author, A. Moran-Soley, and am delighted I did. The story is rich with suspenseful and intriguing descriptions that kept me turning pages. One of my favorites: “Long grasses waved back and forth in a peaceful way that reminded him of a snake being charmed.” The author creates a journey that glides effortlessly across sci-fi, historic, and realistic worlds.

The story begins when Eric, a British boarding school student, falls into the world of Elsha and discovers a prince who is desperately trying to find his brothers. Eric, along with his friends, commits to helping the prince and embarks on an adventure through worlds known and unknown.

I have respect for fiction writers. The task of creating memorable characters in a fictitious world is difficult and A. Moran-Soley excels at doing so in contemporary and unusual settings. Her…

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