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Interview: Author Maria Andrade, Keeping Love Alive

By boomergirl, published on Jan 26, 2010

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, thoughts turn to cupids and romantic nights but to some Valentine’s Day is just another day. Even though love does grow for most happy couples, sometimes it takes an unexpected twist and turn along the way, leaving us looking for answers to that age old question, “How do we keep love alive?”

Joining us today is relationship expert, Maria Andrade, author of Heart Magic: Keeping Love Alive and Well. She is here to talk about keeping the love alive and offers advice on how to do just that.

Thank you for this interview, Maria. You have quite... (more)

Tags: author interview, maria andrade, heart magic, relationship expert, relationship book

An Interview with Historical Fiction Author Dot Ryan

By boomergirl, published on Jan 23, 2010

Dot Ryan, author of the historical novel, Corrigans’ Pool, lives in Corpus Christi, Texas with her husband, Sam. She is busy writing her second and third works of historical fiction, one of which is the upcoming sequel to Corrigans’ Pool. To learn more about Dot and where to buy Corrigans’ Pool, and also to read Part One of the upcoming sequel, please visit her website at http:www.dotryanbooks.com.

We interviewed Dot to find out more about her writing life and publishing journey.

Thank you for this interview, Dot. Can we start out by telling us whether you are published... (more)

Tags: historical fiction novel, historical fiction author, historical fiction, Dot Ryan, corrigans' pool, historical fiction book

Literarily Speaking with Historical Fiction Author Dot Ryan

By boomergirl, published on Dec 14, 2009

What can be better than curling up by a cozy fire this holiday season reading a book about the Civil war? I love books about the Civil war – fiction or nonfiction. I used to live in Newport News, Virginia, and there was a park called appropriately The Newport News Park where I remember seeing actual trenches where the Confederate Army hid during enemy attacks. That was the exact moment I not only fell in love with American history, but the Civil war in particular. Dot Ryan’s Corrigans’ Pool is a book you’ll fall in love with if you’re a Civil war buff or a historical fiction lover like me.... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, historical fiction novel, historical fiction author, historical fiction, Dot Ryan, Civil War, Civil War books

A Literary Star in the Making

By boomergirl, published on Dec 12, 2009

In the short amount of time I have known J.W. Nicklaus, it astounds me how much I feel connected to him. It’s not just me. It’s everyone who walks the same path he walks and has read the words that were written by a man who is so literally gifted. You see, J.W. Nicklaus is not a well-known writer in the sense that his book has graced the New York Times bestseller list (give him time), but in the sense that what he writes reads like fine-tuned poetry. Not only do his words stick with you, but they penetrate your inner being – the inner core of your existence. If you have any doubts of what... (more)

Tags: short stories, the light the dark & ember between, literary star, J.W. Nicklaus

J.R. Nicklaus: A Literary Star in the Making

By boomergirl, published on Nov 28, 2009

In the short amount of time I have known J.W. Nicklaus, it astounds me how much I feel connected to him. It’s not just me. It’s everyone who walks the same path he walks and has read the words that were written by a man who is so literally gifted. You see, J.W. Nicklaus is not a well-known writer in the sense that his book has graced the New York Times bestseller list (give him time), but in the sense that what he writes reads like fine-tuned poetry. Not only do his words stick with you, but they penetrate your inner being – the inner core of your existence. If you have any doubts of what... (more)

Tags: virtual book tour, short stories, j.r. nicklaus, the light the dark & ember between, literary star

Interview with Relationship Expert and Author Barbora Knobova

By boomergirl, published on Nov 11, 2009

Joining us today is relationship expert Barbora Knobova, author of Tales of Delicious Girls.

Barbora is a writer, relationship coach and expert in Delicious Life. A world traveler, she is one of those rare world citizens who live everywhere and nowhere. Barbora is a firm believer in female friendship, loyalty and bonding. She writes hilarious, sharp-witted, caustically apt, ironic, moving, true books for strong, independent, smart, fearless women. Barbora has also written several self-improvement books and teaches women about the importance of self-love in relationships and life in general.... (more)

Tags: barbora knobova, tales for delicious

The Stars Fell in Perfect Alignment for Author James Hayman

By boomergirl, published on Nov 11, 2009

Like the hero of The Cutting, James Hayman is a transplanted New Yorker. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manhattan, he spent more than twenty years writing TV advertising for clients like The U.S. Army, Lincoln-Mercury and Procter & Gamble. He moved to Portland, Maine in 2001. Four years later he decided to scratch a lifelong itch to write fiction and began work on his first suspense thriller featuring homicide detective Mike McCabe. St. Martin’s/Minotaur bought rights to The Cutting and published it in July 2009. Hayman is currently at work on the second McCabe novel, due for release in... (more)

Tags: book publicity, james hayman, the cutting, st. martin's, thriller novel

Literarily Speaking with Author Douglas W. Jacobson

By boomergirl, published on Oct 30, 2009

Douglas W. Jacobson is an engineer, business owner and WW2 history enthusiast who has spent considerable time in Europe researching the courage of common people caught up in the most catastrophic event of the twentieth century. Doug’s first book, NIGHT OF FLAMES: A novel of World War Two was published in 2007. He has also published numerous articles on WW2 resistance organizations and is completing work on a second historical novel focusing on one of the most notorious war crimes in history.  You can visit Douglas on the web at www.douglaswjacobson.blogspot.com.

Welcome... (more)

Tags: night of flames, douglas w. jacobson, historical fiction novel, historical fiction author, historical fiction

Self-Publishing or Not: Interview with James Diehl

By boomergirl, published on Oct 26, 2009

Ever wonder if self-publishing is the route we need to take when thinking about publishing our book?  Joining us today is self-published author James Diehl who went through a mainstream publisher for his first book and then turned around and self-published his second.  His second book, World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware, will be available for purchase on Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11 ’09. 

Thank you for this interview, James.  You self-published your latest book, World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware.  Would you please tell us why you... (more)

Tags: book publicity, virtual book tour, author interviews, james diehl, world war ii heroes of southern delaware, self-publishing, self-published, blog tour, author publicity

Random acts of kindness: Angel Lane by Sheila Roberts

By boomergirl, published on Oct 19, 2009

The small town of Heart Lake is beginning to lose its friendly, small town feeling, so Sarah Goodwin, who owns the town bakery, Jamie Moore, owner of The Chocolate Bar, and Emma Swanson of Emma’s Quilt Corner decide it’s time to find a way to help people feel more connected. Their solution: random acts of kindness. And not just from them. The women sponsor a town meeting, encouraging the few people who turn out to start a movement. Soon people all over town are extending kindness to each other in heartwarming small ways. Most important, though, they learn that the only way to get a better life,... (more)

Tags: book publicity, sheila roberts, angel lane, online book promotion, book promotions

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