Interview with Melinda Field, Author of The Nest of Our Being

Today’s interview is with Melinda Field, author of The Nest of Our Being.

Please enjoy!

Best,

-Vincent Lowry

1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?

My author name is Melinda Field and I live in Northern California.

 

2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?

The title of my book is THE NEST OF OUR BEING, the genre is fiction with a touch of magical realism.

 

3) What is the book about?

Although this book can be read as a standalone the story takes place five years after my first novel, TRUE.
 In the summer of 2004 Julien Smith returns home to the mountains of far Northern California broken and morally injured. As his journey unfolds over the course of a year, we come to know his  family, his mother’s circle of women and the interwoven stories of the beautifully flawed people of Green Valley.

 

4) Where did you come up with the idea?

The idea for the story grew out of my realization that both wonder and terror impact our lives, but the solid bedrock of family and our connection with wild nature, strengthen  the ties that bind us to our fragile yet miraculous humanity.

 

 

5) How long did it take you to write it?

This novel took around four years to complete.

6) Did you learn anything from the project?

I learned how to write both a standalone book and a sequel. How to build suspense and how to create the mysterious creatures that inhabit the mountains of Green valley.

 

7) Do you have an author website and/or blog? How about a book video?

My website is melindafield.com

 

8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?

It’s never too late!

 

9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?

My fav genre is fiction

 

 

10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?

My most beloved book is Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury.

 

 

11) Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?

My horse Maverick passed last year…miss him so

 

 

12) Fun Question 2: Do you own an electronic reading device? If so, what kind and how do you like it?

I have an ipad and love it.

 

 

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Interview with E.G. Moore, Author of Rowdy Days of Dom Sanders

Hello,

Today’s interview is with E.G. Moore, author of Rowdy Days of Dom Sanders.

Please enjoy!

Best,

-Vincent Lowry

Interview:

1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?

Hi! I’m E.G. Moore, and I dwell in Idaho, USA. The land of the lakes, which inspire me.

 

2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?

My newest book is entitled Rowdy Days of Dom Sanders. It is a modern crime/adventure retelling of Tom Sawyer.

 

3) What is the book about? 

Main character Dom Sanders lives a charmed small-town life until his new neighbor Taylor moves in. Dom witnesses a drug-related murder, and his identical boot prints and some other evidence makes Taylor the prime suspect. Dom must decide to let his bully take the fall or speak up and risk his safety to do the right thing. Lots of country fun mixed into this one… horses, chores, tough girls, barn fires, etc… A lot of my adult readers say it has a nostalgic feel they love.

 

4) Where did you come up with the idea?

At first, I had read about how middle grade boys were reading less than any other part of the population (about seven years ago), and how obsolete the classics were because current generations couldn’t relate to them. I adore retellings, so I wanted to rewrite a classic in a way that would attract and appeal to that audience. Some of the adventure elements also came from stories my husband, brother-in-law, and in-laws told me about my husband’s family living a low-income, high-innovation lifestyle. It grew and morphed into this fun, crime adventure that I hope everyone will enjoy.

 

5) How long did it take you to write it?

Dom went through about six years of changes. I wrote the first draft my second year of National Novel Writing Month, and it’s been through about one dozen rewrites, and then had scenes moved around and changed after that. My husband took a picture of me with notecards spread all over our living room rug. I had an agent and all the major publishers considered it and offered personalized rejections that softly stated they didn’t want to deal with a couple sensitive topics within its pages. Eventually, I decided that self-publishing was the way to go.

 

6) Did you learn anything from the project?

I learned so many things about writing. This was my second completed manuscript, but it felt like an attachment of myself. I really played with and enjoyed discovering how to make each character incredibly unique and memorable. I also fell in love with middle grade, the wonder and joy of the character arcs that come from that audience’s age category. This debut novel taught me a lot about the self-publishing realm. My previous experience in marketing and promotion helped, but indie authors have so many options at their disposal and choosing the best for their work can be both daunting and fulfilling.

 

 

7) Do you have an author website and/or blog?

Yes, both of them can be found at https://egmoore.wixsite.com/website. I’ve also got a teacher and student newsletter in the works because I think teachers need resources to help them be the book representative superstars that they are.

 

8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?  The best tip I can give fellow authors is to demand the best for your work. Be the best author you can, pay for the best covers and editors if you’re an indie author, and give your words the hard work that both them and your readers deserve. My book cover artist is pretty fantastic www.kingscustomcovers.com. Darrin really listens to what you want and isn’t afraid to let you get involved in the creative process. He’s also patient about changes in deadlines, as books occasionally do. Tell Darrin that Emily sent you!

 

I have three amazing editors that I highly recommend!

 

Michelle Hauck, story weaver extraordinaire. She will make your story better. Period. (Note: Currently not taking editing projects. Her books are amazing too!)

 

Jenny Leo – She’s all about the details.

 

Alena Orrison – Tough love that whips your grammar into shape.

 

 

9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work? I’m an avid reader of British classic fiction (think Austen and Bronte), fantasy, Sci-Fi, and non-fiction on certain topics. Every once in a while, I dip into clean mystery and unique, realistic dystopian. I may or may not have a slight conspiracy theorist streak.

 

I’m not against reading new authors and reviewing, but I tend to quit reading if it’s not catching, and I’m an honest reviewer. If I don’t like it, I say so. Also, lyrical writing and characters beat plot for me every time. Note: I read a lot of teen fiction because I’m a wimp when it comes to graphic violence or sex due to past personal experiences.

 

10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?

Oh, this question. I utterly fail at this answer every time. Every time. I’ll go with the one I read annually and then my most recent favorite. If you adore culturally rich myths, you MUST read Juliet Marillier’s Daughter of the Forest. Seriously. Go get it right now. Library. Amazon. Whatever. It’s worth it. All the sensory details and how much the Sorcha speaks without saying a word is magical.

I would encourage fantasy lovers to check out Eliza Tilton. She’s created a world I got sucked into and gobbled up in her Daath Chronicles. She’s working on several series now and I’m telling you, she can make you feel and see all the things. All of them.

 

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Interview with Thomas M. Kane, Author of The Witches of Crannock Dale

Hello,

Today’s interview is with Thomas M. Kane, author of The Witches of Crannock Dale.

Please see below.

Best,

-Vince

Interview:

1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?

Thomas M. Kane. Maine.

2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?

The Witches of Crannock Dale. Fantasy.

3) What is the book about?

It starts when an eleven-year old girl named Mara Bennett hears the church bells ring on the wrong day. She knows that’s supposed to be a warning that her country has been invaded. Then the knights that are supposed to be protecting her village arrest her aunt for witchcraft. Suddenly, she doesn’t know what’s really happening or who to trust. She’s determined to protect the people she cares about, she’s determined to save her aunt, and she feels as if she has to do it all by herself.

4) Where did you come up with the idea?

When I was little, my mother told me the story of the Trojan Horse. She also told me that there was a Trojan girl named Cassandra who saw through the trick. I thought Cassandra seemed like a neat person, and when I became interested in writing, I decided to write about a character like her.

5) How long did it take you to write it?

I had been thinking about the idea for nearly forty years. It took me a few months to write the first two or three chapters. Then I found a helpful writers’ group, and with that inspiration, I wrote the other twenty-three chapters in a few months more.

6) Did you learn anything from the project?

Absolutely! Most recently, I’ve been learning a lot about how artists and designers work. Artist Robin M. Birrell has painted a cover that captures a lot of my favorite details from the book and done some interior illustrations as well. Tallulah van der Made has been turning Robin’s work into a finished cover. I am impressed with their work and grateful to have met both of them.

7) Do you have an author website and/or blog? How about a book video?

Yes! My website is www.thomasmkane.com. I post stories and articles there two or three times a month. I’m also active on Facebook (@thomasmkaneauthor), Twitter (thomasmkane11) and Goodreads.

8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?

The first tip that comes to mind is, if you know what you want to write, write it! I strongly recommend the artists I mentioned above. Chrissy Cutting at Fiverr did a highly professional job editing my work and I deeply appreciate Glenn Sarco of Sarco Press’s work formatting the text.

9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?

I read practically all genres and review honestly.

10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?

The Lord of the Rings towers (ahem) over my writing life, but the book which inspires me most these days is Ursula K. Le Guin’s TehanuTehanu explores its characters’ inner lives and family relationships in powerful and thought-provoking ways.

11) Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?

My only “pets” at the moment are the wild creatures who live in the woods around my house – but anyone who reads Witches of Crannock Dale will see that I have had some wonderful cats in my life in the past.

12) Fun Question 2: Do you own an electronic reading device? If so, what kind and how do you like it?

I read e-books on my laptop. That works well for me now – bu I have had good experiences with Kindles.

 

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Interview with Justin Tuijl, Author of Burning Wolfhound

Good morning,

Today’s interview is with Justin Tuijl, author of Burning Wolfhound.

Please enjoy!

Best,

-Vince

Interview:

1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?
Justin Tuijl (my real name and writing name) I live in Scotland, in the Highlands (very remote)
2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?
My last book was a collection of short stories, a multi-genre book, but I do like to have a thriller element to all my stuff.
3) What is the book about?
Some of the stories are retellings of fairy tales, like Rumplestiltskin. Some blend science fiction and fantasy. All are set in modern times.
4) Where did you come up with the idea?
I took various prompts from fiction, like fairy tales and bought a modern message to them.
5) How long did it take you to write it?
About five years worth of stories in there.
6) Did you learn anything from the project?
That some of my stuff is quite fun to read.
7) Do you have an author website and/or blog? How about a book video?
www.justintuijl.com, unfortunately I have no time to blog properly or make a video. I live in a falling down church building which I have to work on all the time.
8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?
I make my own covers and edit my own work. I’m dyslexic, so this is a hard route. But needs must. Just finding the time to write is the most important thing for a writer and regarding it as a “real job”.
9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?
I like to read all sorts. Have mutually reviewed work with other writers.
10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?
Coming Up for Air by George Orwell, because he is amazing.
11) Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?
We have a nutty Ragdoll cat called Mr Floof, who is sometimes Dr Pazuzu, Dr Jekell and Mr Hyde.
12) Fun Question 2: Do you own an electronic reading device? If so, what kind and how do you like it?
I have a tablet, but I hate reading on electronic devices. I think it is hard work for a dyslexic to ready anything but paper.

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Interview with Obed Ladiny, Author of Cracked Flutes – Blues from the Soul

Today I’m pleased to bring you this interview with Obed Ladiny, author of Cracked Flutes – Blues from the Soul.

Please enjoy!

Best,

-Vincent Lowry

1. What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?
My name is Obed Ladiny and that’s the author name I use for my books at this time. I live in the lively city that never sleeps–New York.
2. What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?
My newest book is titled “Cracked Flutes: Blues from the Soul – Volume 2.” It’s a contemporary poetry book.
3. What is the book about?
Cracked Flutes: Blues from the Soul – Volume 2 is about maturing and facing the ups and downs of life as a teen, adult male, husband, and father.
The thoughts don’t all necessarily represent how I currently feel, but how I felt, viewed myself, the situations and life at the moments of writing each poem. I think they’re worth reading as they enlighten me, other men, and just about anyone else–male or female reading them. As men, we are taught to never show vulnerability by displaying fear or worry. I believe in staying positive and portraying strength, but I also believe that we should be allowed to express our deepest longings and what makes us vulnerable emotional human beings. I believe there is a place to vent and let go of hidden emotions and the things that affect us as men, which often times the opposite sex may not realize or ignore. Though we are men, we are not security robots without feelings. And that we should not be placed in a stereo-typical box that defines what we are suppose to behave like and accept simply because we’re men.
4. Where did you come up with the idea?
I had in mind to gather my poems into one volume, but as I went over them, I realized that doing so without some type of purposeful organization would confuse the reader. That’s when I spent time thinking about the place of each poem. Also I soon realized that at least two volumes should be published as I went through them in an effort to organize them. I then realized that a thematic route is the best way to go. And so, all these poems in this volume fall in line in the direction of a theme and narrative that presented itself as I went over my poems.
5. How long did it take you to write it?
It’s a progressive body of work, the sum total of months and at least 3 or 4 years of poetry writing.
6. Did you learn anything from the project?
I learned that we as humans should take the time to take a long look at ourselves individually so we can move on, live and grow.
7. Do you have an author website or blog?
My books can be found in a variety of market places or retail stores online including Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, Books-a-million, apple, kobo, and many other places both nationally and internationally available through more than one distributor in the format of e-books and Paperbacks.
8. Do you have any successful tips to pass on to fellow authors? Have any great editors or cover artists?
I will say to fellow authors to keep at it and continue believing in yourselves. Work on perfecting your craft, learn from mistakes which will inevitably happen anyways, and grow. Never give up on your dreams. Read. Research. Write. And find a purpose that makes it all worthwhile.
As for great editors or cover artists, there are so many avenues to search these days. So it all depends on your genre, tastes, purpose and so forth.
9. What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?
I enjoy a variety, really; but these days I find myself reading lots of Non-Fiction books and poetry. My favorite courses in college were literature courses, so I’m open to reading fiction as well on occasions.
I’m open to reading the works of new and old authors. I’m opened to sharing my thoughts on a particular work if requested to do or if I feel moved to do so.
10. What is your favorite book of all time and why?
I like many literary works regardless of the period they were written in. But if I had to find myself in an isolated island for many days with only one book that I must choose, it would have to be the Holy Bible. I see the Bible as containing different genres and libraries of timeless books between its covers. It’s filled with entertaining stories, facts, and moral principles. It is also known to help the brain to relax. All in one.
Now after the Bible, here are those honorary mentions such as poetic works from Maya Angelou’s complete poetry collection, Nikki Giovanni’s poetry, Langston Hughes’ poetry, Carl Sandburg’s “Chicago Poems”, Billy Collins poetry, Ted Kooser, Mary Oliver, and so many more.
11. Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?
No. I don’t have any pets. If I did, it would probably be a dog–a puppy.
12. Fun Question: Do you own an electronic reading device?
No and Yes. My phone is my only current electronic reading device at the present moment. I may go back to a kindle or Nook in the future or whatever the latest device will be. Right now, my phone uploads books with the kindle app pretty well, though I miss using other devices I once had.
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Interview with ML Holton, Author of Trillium

Hello,

I’m pleased to post this interview with ML Holton, author of Trillium.

Please enjoy!

-Vince

  • What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?

My full literary name is Margaret Lindsay Holton. When starting out 35 years ago, my first novel, ‘Economic Sex’, was published under a pen-name, Ali Janna Whyte …

 

Generally, today, I abbreviate my name to M.L.Holton to save room on covers and to put some distance between myself and the other great ‘Margaret’ writers known in Canada, ie. Margaret Atwood and Margaret Laurence.

 

I come from a small rural farm nestled on the Niagara escarpment overlooking Lake Ontario. I lived in Toronto for 25 years and travelled a great deal in my 20s to 40s. Now, my art and writing studio is on Lake Ontario, down on the Hamilton beach strip.

 

  • What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?

My new novel – written and released 20 years after my last award-winning work, ‘The Gilded Beaver by Anonymous’ – is ‘TRILLIUM’. I consider it a hybrid, coming-of-age, adult historical fiction. Hybrid because, in many ways, I hope it is timely to our time and era. Many thoughts are expressed therein that wouldn’t have warranted discussion or attention a mere five years ago.

 

  • What is the book about? 

This epic family drama spans 250 years after three adventurous young men arrive to the southern shore of Lake Ontario, on the Canadian side of the newly created frontier border, and make a go of it. Over the extended time period, from the mid 1750s to the early 2000s, their distinct families intertwine, much like the new grape vines developing in the region. Love is lost and found. Lust is acted upon. Families blend. Tragedy and revenge strike as families grow and transform over the decades. This consortium of colourful characters churn towards a conclusive yet shocking end. Lots of fun!

 

  • Where did you come up with the idea?

Surprisingly enough, I had the kernel of this idea over a decade ago. I knew then that I wanted to write a believable and convincing story about family and rural life in southern Ontario. I did a rough outline based on some preliminary research. I knew that that I had the makings of a good work ahead of me. But, as so often happens, I just did not have the time or means, at that point, to pursue the idea further. The extended outline sat in my writing box for another decade …

 

  • How long did it take you to write it?

Once I had the means and had the time to write full time, I settled in. I started February 1st, 2018 and finished Oct 15th, 2018, working 8 hours a day, minimum: crafting and editing the text. I was fortunate because the outline that I had done 10 years earlier was a very good working blueprint. I did not need to deviate too far from that early construction to get to where I needed to go.

 

I released a very limited Artist First Edition to a select readership in November of 2018. It sold out. The public edition, now on Amazon in Canada and the US, was released in January, 2019.

 

  • Did you learn anything from the project?

Plenty. In some respects, I merely touched the surface of the very rich and vibrant history of this region in southern Ontario, Canada. So much early North American settler history evolved in this area, including the first telephone exchange! Railroads and the continued reshaping of the waterways quickly opened up the area to eastern Canada and the West. Significant and noteworthy schemers, dreamers and industrious doers rapidly shaped early Canadian commerce around these Great Lakes. There are so many different kinds of stories to tell!  Equally, I was determined to fuse this particular work with timely topics. That did prove challenging at times, but I think I got it in the end. We live in interesting times.

 

  • Do you have an author website and/or blog? How about a book video?

I have created an author’s website for this particular work, https://mlholton-author.weebly.com/ .

 

If readers are interested in a broader perspective of what I’m all about, they can dive into my wider-ranging art blog. There, they will find examples of other written works, including my recent film work, as well as my painted artworks and pinhole photography – https://canadadaphotography.blogspot.com

 

As for a book video, I’m afraid I do not really have one that is good enough to share at the moment.  I did have some fun creating an audio sound-track. I think it adds a playful dimension: tune in here – https://soundcloud.com/canadada/tone-poem-trillium-mlh-sept – I am green at this kind of promotion though, so I would be interested and intrigued in what others might have to say about it. What do you think? Does it lead you IN? Do you want to learn more about this story?

 

  • Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists? 

There is seldom overnight success in this discipline. Of course, there are exceptions – that usually include a cadre of promoters, publicists and influencers with extensive social media networks. But, in the main, writing demands quiet dedication, focus, skill, humor and determination. Just stick to it: if writing is really what you want to do.

 

As a multi-disciplined artist, I decided in the early 90s to create my own press in order to control the quality and visuals of my literary, poetic and art-book titles. I do the design for all my work and draw on my own art for cover illustrations. TRILLIUM’s front cover of a man holding a grape cluster, as example, is a detail from an oil painting I did several years ago.

 

  • What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?

I am up for reading new authors in a multiple of different genres, but I find that if the title and back cover copy don’t immediately grab my attention, the book will soon go to the shelf.

 

I have recently discovered the pleasure of exploring unknown authors’ audio books via the library. I enjoy the unique male or female narrator’s voice interpretations of the author’s original words. Audiobooks are like extended radio-plays (without the realistic sound effects of doors closing, as example.) I also believe that this ‘live’ act of storytelling will increase in popularity. Two-thirds of humanity cannot read, yet they are being quickly assimilated into the dominating cyber-sphere via cellphones and tell-a-vision. Thus, to my way of thinking, learning audio skills is essential for any contemporary writer. Writers must appeal to the EAR as much as to the mind’s eye …

 

I seldom write book reviews on spec.  That said, I have begun to write a few very short ones on Goodreads.

 

  • What is your favorite book of all time and why? 

This is a very tough question because I believe books speak to us at different times in our lives. Siddhartha by Herman Hesse was a life-altering book when I read it in my early teens. I wonder, if I discovered it today, if it would have the same impact now after several decades of living and life … Hard to say. I might have to pick it up again just to find out!

 

  • Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?

I do not have any pets at the moment. I was raised on a farm and miss domestic and wild critters a great deal. Realistically though, it is just not viable at the moment.

 

  • Fun Question 2: Do you own an electronic reading device? If so, what kind and how do you like it?

I do have an Apple ipad (2nd generation) and ipod (6th generation) and both have an assortment of book apps that I tip into when not reading an actual book. At present, for the audio books, I prefer to tune in via my ipod.

 

I have also discovered that the Dropbox app is very useful for ‘hearing’ my own words spoken back to me. It has proven very useful in the writing part of what I do as a living artist.

Listening to an arrangement of words has sharpened my own ear and helped to clean up several cumbersome sentences.

 

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Interview with C.L. Mannarino, Author of Singers of Atlantis

Today we have another author interview, this time with CL Mannarino about the book Singers of Atlantis.

Please enjoy!

Best,

-Vincent Lowry

Interview:

1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)?
My name is C.L. Mannarino, and I’m from Massachusetts.
2) What is the title of your newest book and what is the genre?
My newest book is called SINGERS OF ATLANTIS, and it’s the sequel to my teen romantic fantasy story called SWANS OF ATLANTIS.
3) What is the book about?

For the first time since she returned to the vacation town of Atlantis, Kat hates the magic of soul mates. They’re complicated. They take a while to find. And they’re not even all you hoped they would be. She wants nothing more to do with them.

But when she and her childhood crush, Matt Michaels, find out that he has a week to fix his severed soul, or be considered incurable, she wants nothing more than to find the girl who started all this, and demand of her that she fix it.

Except now, that girl has gone missing, and not even the ones who know her best can find her. To make matters worse, she’s also been ingesting the same poison that’s hurting Matt’s soul. By the time they find her, it might be too late for her to do anything.

Will she and Matt be able to find the girl in time? Or will the history between the girl and Matt only get in the way of their finding a healing solution?

4) Where did you come up with the idea?
After I finished SWANS OF ATLANTIS, I wanted to know what happened next. When I started drafting, I looked at all the questions I hadn’t answered in book one, and did my best to find answers.
5) How long did it take you to write it?
Even though I knew what was going to happen pretty early on, it still took me over a year to get the story in writing.
6) Did you learn anything from the project?
Every book is different from every book you’ve written before. Sometimes, a story just takes more time.
7) Do you have an author website and/or blog? How about a book video?
I do! My author website is clmannarino.com
8) Do you have any success tips to pass on to fellow authors? How about any great editors/cover artists?
A tip would be to just not quit. Even if you have to go slower than everyone else, as long as you keep writing, you’ll do well.
For editors, I’d recommend Susan Bischoff of Forge Book Finishers, and Sara Kocek of Yellow Bird Editors. They’re smart, insightful women who really know their stuff.
For artists, I adore Najla Qamber Designs, as well as OkayCreations. They both do beautiful, stunning work!
9) What genres do you like to read? Are you open to reading new authors and reviewing their work?
I love fantasy, and I’m always interested in reading something new.
10) What is your favorite book of all time and why?
Ella Enchanted, which has held up as a wonderful story ever since it first came out. I still love all the characters, and I still find myself getting lost in the kingdom of Frell, both of which I consider the hallmarks of a great book.
11) Fun Question: Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?
My family has cats and dogs alike.
12) Fun Question 2: Do you own an electronic reading device? If so, what kind and how do you like it?

I have a Kindle, and it’s fantastic!

 

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