Category: Interview

Blog Tour: The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle

Posted March 17, 2016 by Kara in blog tour, Interview / 2 Comments
Blog Tour: The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle

I have the please of hosting Janet Fox on the blog today for The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle blog tour. I am a horrible interviewer, but she has taken the time to answer my questions with kindness and patience, and I love her for it. But first, book info and a special video from the publisher. Where did you get the idea for The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle? That’s a great story. I’m going to tell you a little bit of it, and then discuss it in more depth later on the tour. I was online – just more »

The Last List Blog Hop

Posted March 2, 2015 by Kara in blog tour, Interview / 0 Comments
The Last List Blog Hop

Recently the bookish community was pretty devastated to find out that Egmont’s USA division was shutting its doors. This left the authors with upcoming books pretty much out in the cold with very little marketing or publicity. Enter Cuddlebuggery. They gathered community together and organized a blog hop to help these authors promote their books, spread a little love, and hopefully get people interested in buying said books! I, of course, signed up, and the book I was assigned was Anne Bustard’s Anywhere but Paradise. Even though I didn’t have to, I read Anywhere but Paradise, and I am so more »

Interview + Giveaway: Stranger

Posted December 22, 2014 by Lyn Kaye in Giveaway, Interview, Lyn / 4 Comments
Interview + Giveaway: Stranger

Hey y’all! I have something that is beyond amazing today! Last year, I got word of a LGBTQ YA novel releasing with Sherwood Smith as a collaborator. I left an excited message on the LiveJournal page asking to be kept in the loop about the project. Fast forward to 2014, and low and behold, Stranger is now published and available! I purchased the novel and read it right away. The other part of the writing duo, Rachel Manija Brown, agreed to do an interview to promote and feature the new novel. Today, Brown and Smith are taking over Great Imaginations more »