Lisa Harris: The Writer & her Book (with giveaway) Engaged in Trouble by Jenny B. Jones Cover Reveal: Indie Novels coming soon Must Reads: Becky Wade and Katie Ganshert

Irene Hannon: A Writer and Her Book (with giveaway)

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Today I’m chatting with Irene Hannon about her favorite season, what she misses most about her childhood, and her latest bad guy. Thanks to her publisher, Revell, I’m giving away a copy of Tangled Webs so be sure to enter the giveaway and post a comment to join in the conversation.

The Writer

Please describe yourself in three words (ask your best friend or family if you are struggling!)

Disciplined, conscientious, hard-working

What’s your favourite season, and why?

Spring. I love watching the world come back to life after a long, cold winter. It’s a season brimming with hope.

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The Reading Habits of Jody Hedlund (with a giveaway)

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Are you a re-reader? Why, or why not? And if you are, what are some of the books you have read over and over?

I’m generally not a re-reader. I simply don’t have enough time to read all the books I’d like to for the first time, much less again.

When is your optimal time to read – do you prefer to read in one long block, or do you also read for five minutes here or there when you can?

I read every night before bed to unwind from my day. How much time I spend reading before bed …

Cover Art Reveal: Current and Coming Soon Indie Releases

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I had lots of fun with this post and am delighted to bring you some recent indie releases and a few to look forward to from some of my favourite authors! This is not a traditional cover art post as I wanted to highlight some ripper bargains as well as a few novels I found as I went book stalking on Amazon.

Serena Chase’s Intermission is brilliant – cover and story. I’ve had the pleasure of reading it and it is wonderful. If you love Jenny B. Jones, this one is certainly for you.

The two collections I’m highlighting here …

The Trail of Chains by Lynnette Bonner

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Chained to an Acacia Tree, While Chief Banda’s Village Burns

Captured and bound for Bagamoyo only moments after the captain was shot, RyAnne is tempted to despair. The journey along the trail of chains would be difficult enough, but severe heat, fire, and a rogue lion threaten at every curve in the path. Only her need to keep watch over little Moyo keeps her from giving up all together. That and her determination to carry on Captain Dawson’s mission to find out who the slave trader, Khalifa, is working for.
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Johnnie Alexander: A Writer & Her Book (plus giveaway)

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Back to regular programming here, dear readers, with some catchup to do! There’s still time to enter a number of the anniversary giveaways and you can check them out in my sidebar.

Today, I’m chatting it up with Johnnie Alexander (the guinea pig for my new interview format – thanks Johnnie!) about her latest contemporary romance. her favourite season, a book she always recommends, what she is currently binge-reading, and what didn’t make it to print in her novel! Thanks to her publisher, Revell, I’m giving away a copy of When Love Arrives so be sure to enter via the

10 Year Celebration Day #7 ~ Ronie Kendig, my favourite genre, & wrap up!

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On my last day celebrating a decade of blogging I’m thrilled to feature the talented Ronie Kendig and her stories – they are the best! I share my thoughts on her novels, her new series, the one and only Tox Russell, and why you should read her books. I’m also talking favourite genre and sharing some of my very early reads that inspired my love for it. Finally I issue some thank yous for the wonderful support I have received from authors, publishers, and my readers for my anniversary celebrations. Be sure to enter the new giveaways and the ones