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Romantic Fantasy Book: Snow Wars Book 1 by N.S. Grimm


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Genres: Fantasy, Romantic Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian Fantasy, Young Adult (18 + over).

General Note: there are graphic battle scenes, soft sexual content, drinking, and some gay and lesbian characters (in books 2&3) in this series.

~~In a world covered by snow, where deadly predators are everywhere, resources scarce, and love even more elusive, two young women hold the key to the mysterious death and destruction surrounding their cave dwelling people. One side wants to keep these women alive and the other side wants to see them dead, but how can these young women tell the difference between the two sides? And what is the dark secret in their past that holds the key to the threats of today?

The sole survivor of a bloody genocide attempt, Iana runs for her life, but is there anywhere safe to run? Daniel swore to his dying brother that he would protect the small woman and her sister, but how can he help a girl who continually puts her life in danger? As Daniel binds Iana closer to himself, and his own dark secret life, Iana finds herself drawn to him in more than one way.

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“Hang on, Nathanial. I’m coming to get you,” Iana said.

The Raven Dog above her seemed reinvigorated at this new movement from its trapped prey. The mad dog danced on the edge above her with snapping jaws and bloody teeth. Every move the creature made sent rock and dirt cascading over Iana’s head. Her grip was already precarious and weak on the rocky cliff she was scaling. Any amount of falling debris was dangerous and could dislodge her handholds, causing her to fall.

“Iana, what are you doing? Don’t do it; stay where you are.”

“Still trying to tell me what to do Nathanial?” Iana tossed back to him, trying to keep both their spirits up. “Haven’t you learned yet?”

“Don’t risk this, Iana. I’m not worth it.”

“Yes you are!” she countered and continued to creep slowly over toward him. Her hands were shaking so hard she was scared they would shake off the rocky ledge. Maybe she should have taken off her gloves, but then she would just have the cold to deal with.

“Iana, go back. It’s too dangerous. There is snow all over that cliff; you will slip and fall.”

Iana looked over to the bush where the wind was blowing against him. He was very pale in the dusty pink light of the setting sun. He was too white Iana thought.

“Keep talking to me, Nathanial, okay?” she yelled at him.

A frigid gust of wind blew up, tossing Iana’s hair wildly. The snow swirled about, blinding her temporarily. Iana clung closer to the rough cliff wall with her eyes squeezed tight, waiting till it died down. Her lips were quivering now, but she didn’t know if it was from the cold or fear. What had made her think she could climb across to him like this?

“Hey, Easterner,” Nathanial called to her, “never seen a mouse so bad at climbing before; maybe you should have stayed behind?” he teased.

Iana opened her eyes and shot him a look that could kill. Rising to the challenge, she said, “Don’t worry, mice are very good at improvising when it comes to survival.”

Iana was frozen with fear. She could feel the tears of anger and despair start to well up in her eyes and she fought hard to push them away. She hadn’t been climbing long when Nathanial decided to continue his harassment.

“You really aren’t very good at that you know,” he said.

Iana screamed back in mock frustration, “Training for rock climbing isn’t till the next lunar!”

Nathanial kept the banter up in a lighthearted voice, but when Iana looked his way she could see his eyes were closed against the cold and he was shaking as he tried to hang on.

“I’m just saying…that you might want to work on that when we get back if you want to be a Rambler,” he continued teasing her in a trembling voice.

“I’m beginning to rethink that occupational choice at the moment,” Iana confessed, only half joking.

Nathanial laughed into the wind this time. “Aha! I knew you didn’t really want to make this run today,” he joked.

“Haven’t you bled to death yet?” Iana countered, and Nathanial laughed out loud again.

It was good to hear him laugh. Nathanial was quiet for a long moment. When he spoke next, it was in a low and serious voice. “You know I didn’t mean all that mean stuff I said to you back there at the start ribbon.”

“I know,” Iana said, forgiving him.

She paused a moment and leaned her head against the rock wall to catch her breath. It was then that Iana noticed the absence of the Raven dog from overhead. She held her breath and waited for it to return. Shadows passed over and Iana sniffed hard against her runny nose. The longer she waited, the more her nerves set on edge. Suddenly a head appeared over the edge—a human head. It was Daniel reaching his hand down to her.


 

About the Author:

NS Grimm is a new and upcoming American writer with self-published works in multiple genres. Works always focus on strong female characters with a passion for life and love. Her international experience finds its way into all her books in one way or another. Raised in Texas, GRIMM is the last child of three. Hobbies include: kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, gardening, house flipping, sewing, singing, ballet, scuba and visiting museums of any type.

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Fantasy Romance Spotlight and Interview: The Door to Forever by Shirley Martin @mshirley1496


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The Land of Magic Book 2

Release Date: November 9, 2016

As a teenager, Kaylee suffered an attempted sexual assault. Now a woman, she remains fearful of men. She vows she’ll avoid the opposite sex.

When her dreams take her to an alternate world, a land of peace and harmony, she wishes she could stay in this world. There, a psychic with a crystal ball tells her she will find love, for he sees a man reaching out to her. He tells her she must learn to trust men.

Kaylee has no idea who this man is, and she knows she can never put her faith in a man. The memory from her teenage years is too painful.

Then she meets Logan. Will he be the man to change her mind? World-weary and cynical, Logan declares a respite from women. When he meets Kaylee, he knows she is a woman like no other. His head tells him to stay away from her, but his heart refuses to listen.

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At the bottom of the steps, Logan looked down at her, desire mirrored in his eyes. He eased her to him and pressed her close to his chest, his body warm and strong against hers.
:”Kaylee!”
Ah, to be held in his arms, , his heart beating next to hers. They remained that way for countless seconds. Then he kissed her, long and passionately, a kiss like nothing she’d ever imagined, no, not in a million years Warmth spread throughout her body, such a new and wonderful sensation. Tempted to cling to him, she ached for him to hold her the rest of the night.
Too soon he released her, a look of longing in his eyes.


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About the Author:

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Born near Pittsburgh, Shirley Martin attended the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating from “Pitt”, she taught school for one year, then obtained a position as a flight attendant with Eastern Airlines. Based in Miami, she met her future husband there. After raising three sons, she devoted her time to writing, something she had always wanted to do.

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Interview:

How many books do you currently have published? 15

What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why? “The Door to Forever”. It blends a contemporary romance with a magical land. My heroine is strong and spunky. It’s a beautiful love story with action and adventure.

Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release? Not now, but I have ideas about what I want to write, which will be part of this series, Land of Magic.

What do you enjoy most about writing? Developing the characters.

Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it? Yes. Usually a long walk in the fresh air will give me the answer I’m seeking.

Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you? All the time. My characters have a mind of their own. I figure they know best.

Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why? My favorite character is Owen in “Forbidden Love” because he has so many obstacles to conquer before he can have the woman he loves.

So far, what has been your favorite scene to write? I’ve enjoyed writing all the scenes in “The Door to Forever.”

What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers? You have to keep to a schedule, barring illness or emergency. Pick a time of the day that is most convenient for you and stick to it. Write one book at a time.

If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why? “Magic Mountain” is Book 1 in this series, Land of Magic. I’d suggest a reader start with that, then read “The Door to Forever” although you can read the latter without first reading “Magic Mountain.”

Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release, a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character? I’m planning another fantasy romance in the Land of Magic series. I might create a heroine who is a spy.

Let’s get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read? I enjoy reading books by my fellow authors at Books We Love and enjoy reading books by Dean Koontz and Terry Brooks.

What about television shows? Movies? Mostly I watch the news on TV. As for movies, my favorites are the LOTR series, also “The Last of the Mohicans.”

Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why? Too many to name.

Can readers find you at any live events, such as book signings or conventions? I hope to attend the Romantic Times convention in Atlanta in May.

If you had to sum up your life as a writer in ten words, what would you say? A writer who loves to write. (less than ten,but that sums it up.)

Do you have anything else you’d like to share with readers? Would love to have them go to Amazon and click on Books, then type in Shirley Martin.. My website is http://shirleymartinauthor.com/


Science Fantasy Book Spotlight! Chaos (un)Controlled by Tael @truthtrebles


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Self-contained Rixa Storms can’t wait to escape the pressures of her mother’s religious, controlling thumb. Fleeing to college seems to be her only escape route, until she stumbles upon an opportunity to learn a unique power in a world called University Heights. But this unexpected ‘freedom’ she thinks she’s achieved holds a murky truth below its polished surface, and Rixa uncovers oppressive secrets the school has kept buried for years. As real and surreal worlds collide, and the pressure reaches a dangerous boiling point, Rixa realizes she may need to reassess what is truly shackling her—or risk being consumed by her awakened abilities.

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She snapped her fingers and summoned a cloud, sidestepping Charon onto its surface and taking off. She squinted against the force of the wind velocity, shot her hand up in the air and summoned a hailstorm of stalactites with all of her might.
Without missing a beat or slowing down, she bent down to slap the surface of the cloud. The plummeting stalactites froze, flipped, then ascended with the same velocity. They would have to come down at some point after she passed and Charon could deal with that.
She felt the power surging through her fingers; the cool mist shuddering off her form. Maybe she was angry. Charon’s methods of instruction were harsher than Azu’s and maybe he’d hurt her feelings.
Like a conductor, she swept her hands two and fro, leading the icicles in all directions. Up, down, sideways, circling, scattering.
When she suddenly lost their control and they shot toward her as a unit, she didn’t blink or pause. She weaved, sent her cloud in a downward arc, and made her getaway as the horde pursued her.
Charon smirked magnificently as he controlled the chase. Her controlled rage was his living soul’s best motivator.


About the Author:

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Urban ninja and New York lover, I blended my top hobbies into Chaos (un)Controlled: reading, writing, and gaming. Quality graffiti being my favorite form of visual art, I lamented the loss of 5PTZ. My humble writing qualifications include a Bachelor’s in Journalism, membership in poetry circles, and a strong-willed determination and passion. “Truth Trebles” by definition is “Truth Resounds the Loudest.” As a verb, it echoes; as a noun, it refers to a harsh reality that no one wants to hear. Fun-fact: I don’t own an e-reader. I still like to feel the book in my hands and smell the pages. I’m running out of shelf-space.

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Fantasy Romance Feature and Interview: Daughter of the Twin Moons: Book 1 of the Twin Moons Saga by Holly Bargo


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Release Date: 12/23/2016

Cancer. The terminal diagnosis paralyzes Catriona. Both saved and imperiled, she must navigate a new, immortal life as mate to the Captain of the Seelie Palace Guard.

In obedience to the oracle’s command, Thelan abducts a human woman and takes her to the Deepwood where she is unmade and remade by ancient magic. Thus given his mate, he quickly finds himself enamored of her spirit, intelligence, and uncommon beauty. She arouses his passion and challenges both his control and authority at every turn. Thelan needs to win the heart and trust of this untraditional female whom he’s determined to keep and protect from those who covet control over the moon-born’s legendary influence.

Catriona resents the lack of choice. She also resents not knowing the rules that now govern her life in this realm of myth and impossibility. Forging her own path and upsetting ancient tradition, she befriends the mysterious archivist, learns to live in a sentient palace, talks to dragons, and discovers a puzzling attraction to cats. And she must come to terms with the handsome and powerful fae male who claims her as his own and stirs her blood like none other.

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Then he drew her into his embrace and buried his face in her hair. He inhaled the warm fragrance of her, slightly herbal, slightly musky, like the forest at night. He leaned back and cupped her face in his hands, marveling at the soft texture of her skin. His thumbs swept over her cheeks. He leaned down and gently pressed his lips to hers, savoring the petal soft texture, the sweet taste. He kissed her again, softly, tasting the corner of her mouth. Catriona, who had expected a roughly enthusiastic sexual assault, melted beneath the tenderness and her heart cracked open.

“I missed you, Beloved Katarina,” he whispered, then sipped from her lips again.

Catriona did not quite know what to say, because she hadn’t precisely missed him. Yet this delicate handling, this gentle, tender treatment so differed from her experience and her expectations, that her confusion compelled her to submit to him.

“You have been well?” he inquired, his piercing green gaze searching hers for secrets.

“Yes.”

“She’s been busy,” Mogren interjected in a dry tone.

Thelan lifted his head to look at his king. “Oh?”

“We shall let her tell you of her adventures while you were at Pyrostoke.”

“Adventures?” Thelan looked back at Catriona. She shrugged helplessly and returned his gaze with defiance. It was an odd mixture that he found endearing.

“However, the bonding ceremony is this evening and we’ve much to do to prepare,” Mogren said. “Come, Captain. Let your lady’s maid take charge of her while we discuss this new treaty with the vodnici.”

Thelan knew an order when he heard one, even it if was couched more pleasantly. He again captured Catriona’s hand and brought it to his lips. His kissed the knuckles, then turned it over to kiss the palm.

“I made my choice. I hope to be yours.”

She blinked in confusion and one hand absently rubbed the delicate tracery of silver circling her throat. She had a choice? Why had no one yet explained that to her? She made plans to visit the librarian as soon as possible for the most objective information.

“Gwenda, we’re going to see Mr. Enders.”

“But, my lady, we must prepare you for the bonding ceremony!”

Catriona rounded on her maid and snapped, “I need information and he’s apparently the only one who’s willing to give it to me. Come with me or not, I don’t care.”

Gwenda recoiled from the blazing anger in her mistress’ expression and hurried along in the smaller woman’s wake. As usual, the palace obliged and gave Catriona the shortest possible route to the library.

“Ish no’ur aghra cinyalchek taj e’vyr,” Catriona said, politely thanking the palace for its assistance. As before, she felt a warm breeze curl around her in recognition of her gratitude.

“Why do you speak to the palace?” Gwenda inquired.

“The palace is sentient. Do you not know that?”

“That’s absurd. It’s a building, imbued with magic, but still only a building.”

“Then attribute it to one of my odd little habits,” Catriona said as she patted the stone wall and felt the consciousness living within it. How could these fae not sense the palace’s sentience?


About the Author:

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Holly Bargo is a pseudonym, but really did exist as a temperamental appaloosa mare whose memory still elicits smiles and entertaining anecdotes. The author has been writing improbable stories for over 40 years and only recently dove headfirst into publishing. She currently works as a freelance writer and editor, serves as the fantasy editor for Red Sun Magazine, and lives on a hobby farm in southwest Ohio with her husband, two sons, and a menagerie of four-legged critters.

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Thanks for doing an interview! Could you tell our readers a little bit about your writing journey? Inspired by fairy tales and mythology, I began writing stories in grade school. Later reading of Robin McKinley, Robin Bailey, Terry Brooks, David Eddings, Barbara Cartland, Jayne Ann Krentz, and other authors continued to influence me. Eventually, I realized that no one was writing quite the stories I really wanted to read and, more importantly, that needed to be expelled from my mind. It gets crowded in there, you know. So I gradually moved from writer-as-hobbyist to writer-in-earnest and took advantage of the digital revolution to embark upon a new adventure as an independently published author.

How many books do you currently have published? I have published 14 original books since 2014. That doesn’t count the duet I published in January, which combines an original story and its sequel into one volume.

What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why? My favorite book is always the last book I publish. Then it remains my favorite until the next one goes live.

Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release? I’m working on the third book in my Russian Love series, Russian Dawn, which is mafia-slash-new adult romance. Series, not serial. I don’t do cliffhangers. After that, I’ll be working on the sequels to Daughter of the Twin Moons, The Dragon Wore a Kilt, and Pure Iron.

What do you enjoy most about writing? Adventure. Romance. When I write, I’m young again. Beautiful. Strong. Amazing. Even magical. Every heroine has a piece of me within her and every hero embodies some aspect of my ideal man.

Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it? I seldom get writer’s block. Since I’ve got nearly two dozen manuscripts in progress at any given time, if I can’t focus on one, then I’ll move to another until something sparks. If none of those tickles my fancy, then I’ll begin a new story. I did have one long stretch–years–during which I wrote nothing at all. My younger son likes to remind me that writers suffer from mental illness more than most people and those years were a dark time for me.

Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you? All the time. Someone once said, “No plot survives contact with the characters.” That’s absolutely true.

Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why? My favorite characters are probably Rowan from Rowan and Chloe from The Barbary Lion. Rowan’s personality most closely resembles mine, though I wish I had her confidence and courage. Chloe shows herself as strong, smart, and resourceful, traits I love in a female protagonist.

So far, what has been your favorite scene to write? I don’t know; I haven’t written it yet.

What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers? Lessons learned include: 1) don’t disappoint your readers’ expectations; 2) active voice strengthens your writing; 3) master the craft. Writing really is a craft that takes practice to master. Independently published writers suffer from a lackluster reputation because so much of what they publish is just poorly written. A good story poorly written gathers scathing reviews.

If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why? It depends upon the genre. I recommended The Mighty Finn to my mother-in-law, because that’s the closest I have to the kind of books she reads. For those who like paranormal romance, I’ll suggest they start with Rowan. For those who enjoy high fantasy and prefer their books on the less sexually explicit side, I’ll suggest The Diamond Gate.

Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release, a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character? Russian Dawn, the third book in my Russian Love series, is scheduled for release by March 31. It will focus on the story of Latasha and Iosif. After that, I plan on writing a fourth book which will bring the series full circle. That book will unite a Russian Bratva princess with an Italian mafia prince.

Now it’s time to get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read? Anything by Christine Feehan and Nora Roberts. Robert B. Parker, Dick Francis, and Richard Crais are favorite authors, too. Susan Stoker, Alexa Riley, and Shannon Hill have become new favorites. My taste in genres remains pretty steady, but my taste in authors runs to the eclectic.

What about television shows? Movies? I watch little television, but enjoy Big Bang Theory, reruns of MASH, and cookings shows hosted by Jacques Pepin and America’s Test Kitchen. My taste in movies ranges from costume dramas to animated features to action-and-adventure flicks. I don’t do horror and avoid tear-jerkers.

Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why? Perhaps Peter S. Beagle’s The Last Unicorn or Robin McKinley’s Beauty and Blue Sword series. I really don’t know why, but my mind often wanders back to those books.

Can readers find you at any live events, such as book signings or conventions? I intend to be at the ConGlomeration which will be held April 7 – 9 in Louisville, KY. Most likely I’ll be representing Red Sun Magazine as well as my own work.

If you had to sum up your life as a writer in ten words, what would you say? Don’t quit your day job. I couldn’t do this if my husband weren’t so supportive.

Do you have anything else you’d like to share with readers? Read the books you purchase and leave reviews. Please leave reviews on both Amazon and Goodreads.

Fantasy Romance Feature and Interview: The Door to Forever by Shirley Martin @mshirley1496


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The Land of Magic Book 2

Release Date: November 9, 2016

As a teenager, Kaylee suffered an attempted sexual assault. Now a woman, she remains fearful of men. She vows she’ll avoid the opposite sex.

When her dreams take her to an alternate world, a land of peace and harmony, she wishes she could stay in this world. There, a psychic with a crystal ball tells her she will find love, for he sees a man reaching out to her. He tells her she must learn to trust men.

Kaylee has no idea who this man is, and she knows she can never put her faith in a man. The memory from her teenage years is too painful.

Then she meets Logan. Will he be the man to change her mind? World-weary and cynical, Logan declares a respite from women. When he meets Kaylee, he knows she is a woman like no other. His head tells him to stay away from her, but his heart refuses to listen.

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Excerpt:

At the bottom of the steps, Logan looked down at her, desire mirrored in his eyes. He eased her to him and pressed her close to his chest, his body warm and strong against hers.
:”Kaylee!”
Ah, to be held in his arms, , his heart beating next to hers. They remained that way for countless seconds. Then he kissed her, long and passionately, a kiss like nothing she’d ever imagined, no, not in a million years Warmth spread throughout her body, such a new and wonderful sensation. Tempted to cling to him, she ached for him to hold her the rest of the night.
Too soon he released her, a look of longing in his eyes.


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About the Author:

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Born near Pittsburgh, Shirley Martin attended the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating from “Pitt”, she taught school for one year, then obtained a position as a flight attendant with Eastern Airlines. Based in Miami, she met her future husband there.  After raising three sons, she devoted her time to writing, something she had always wanted to do.

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 Interview:

How many books do you currently have published? 15

What has been your favorite book to write so far? Why? “The Door to Forever”. It blends a contemporary romance with a magical land. My heroine is strong and spunky. It’s a beautiful love story with action and adventure.

Are you currently working on a book? Will this be your next release? Not now, but I have ideas about what I want to write, which will be part of this series, Land of Magic.

What do you enjoy most about writing? Developing the characters.

Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, how do you deal with it? Yes. Usually a long walk in the fresh air will give me the answer I’m seeking.

Have you ever had one of your characters to take a twist you weren’t expecting and surprise you? All the time. My characters have a mind of their own. I figure they know best.

Which of your characters is your personal favorite? Least favorite? Why? My favorite character is Owen in “Forbidden Love” because he has so many obstacles to conquer before he can have the woman he loves.

So far, what has been your favorite scene to write? I’ve enjoyed writing all the scenes in “The Door to Forever.”

What lessons have you learned since becoming a writer? Do you have any tips for new writers? You have to keep to a schedule, barring illness or emergency. Pick a time of the day that is most convenient for you and stick to it. Write one book at a time.

If you were to recommend your books to a stranger, which book would you advise them to start with? Why? “Magic Mountain” is Book 1 in this series, Land of Magic. I’d suggest a reader start with that, then read “The Door to Forever” although you can read the latter without first reading “Magic Mountain.”

Do you have any extras you’d like to share, like a teaser about an upcoming new release, a summary of a deleted scene, or a teaser about a surprising plot twist or character? I’m planning another fantasy romance in the Land of Magic series. I might create a heroine who is a spy.

Let’s get to know you! What are some of your favorite books to read? I enjoy reading books by my fellow authors at Books We Love and enjoy reading books by Dean Koontz and Terry Brooks.

What about television shows? Movies? Mostly I watch the news on TV. As for movies, my favorites are the LOTR series, also “The Last of the Mohicans.”

Is there a book that you have read that you feel has made a big impact on your life? Why? Too many to name.

Can readers find you at any live events, such as book signings or conventions? I hope to attend the Romantic Times convention in Atlanta in May.

If you had to sum up your life as a writer in ten words, what would you say? A writer who loves to write. (less than ten,but that sums it up.)

Do you have anything else you’d like to share with readers? Would love to have them go to Amazon and click on Books, then type in Shirley Martin.. My website is http://shirleymartinauthor.com/