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Supernatural Freak reviewed by YA Book Crazy!

Another 4 star review!!! Yay!!! And it’s by an awesome blogger who has just started blogging but, nevertheless, has an awesome blog!! OK, I say awesome too much, really have to restrain myself , LOL!  Kate Fahey deserves new followers and new readers, so first read her review, then browse her and, last but not least, FOLLOW HER! Yeah, I know, I am that bossy…:)... read more

Louisa’s interview:Work a Day Reads

Dear Fiction- Fans, my interview plus Supernatural Freak giveaway at awesome Workaday Reads is on!http://www.workadayreads.com/ read more

Jackie-Marchant for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children’s books? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? It chose me! I was writing for adults at the time, but entered a writing for children competition with an idea I had, just to see whether it was worth pursuing. I only wrote 500 words and a brief synopsis for the competition, but the judging publisher encouraged me to write the book. It got me an agent and a contract with... read more

Liz Rettig for Lost in Yong Adults

1) Why young adult? Did you choose this genre or were you 'chosen' by it? I was chosen by it. Definitely. When I wrote my first Kelly Ann novel, My Desperate Love Diary, I'd no particular age group of readers in mind but I guess, since it was a teen girl's diary, publishers assumed this was my target audience. In fact, women of all ages have told me they enjoyed these books and my oldest fan is in her... read more

Ebony McKenna for Lost in Young Adults

1) Why young adult? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? Definitely the latter. I don’t think you can do it if your heart isn’t in it. It’s hard to examine one’s subconscious while writing, but I think I’m writing all the books I loved as a teenager. Adventures, and great laughs; romance with feisty girls and swoonworthy boys.   2) Is there an author, living... read more

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