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Sunday Street Team – An Interview with Kathleen Glasgow

  As most of you know, my blog focuses on not only books but my struggle with mental health.  Both subjects are important in my life. I feel it's so important to bring awareness to not only young adults but everyone about mental health and the impact it can have. It's something we should be open and welcoming about. It's nothing to ever be ashamed of. When I was offered a chance to interview Kathleen about her book 'Girl in Pieces', I knew I had to have her on here. This book has been preordered for a while, and I'm awaiting it's arrival into the world in 9 days. I can't wait to add it to my growing list of amazing mental...

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Bookitcon: Chapter Two – An Interview With Karole Cozzo

Bookitcon 2016 is here! Don't know what it is? Well then, you're missing out! I've put ALL the information you need below, after this wonderful interview. When I was asked if I would do an interview for the wonderful Nori, I jumped at the chance to give her a hand! I love helping out amazing people in my life, but author interviews also give me a chance to know both them and their books so much better. It should be noted that I have not read any books from Karole Cuzzo but after reading her responses and reviews from some friends, I bought a copy of 'How To Say I Love You Out Loud' from Chapters. I'm really looking forward to reading...

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Rob Hayes – Raising Your Book

I love having guest posts on my blog. It gives me a chance to share with you authors I love and have respect for. It also gives me a chance to share with you authors I want to read, have read, or have heard many wonderful things about. Ragnarok Publications is the first publisher I have worked with and I truly love helping spread the word of their amazing authors. Rob is the author of the acclaimed The Ties that Bind trilogy and the new collection of short stories Bound Folio. I was honored when I was asked to have Rob Hayes as a guest on my blog. About the Bound Folio: The world is full of heroes, villains, and all the shades...

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6 Tips to Finding Time to Write with Kirk Dougal

Today 'Jacked' by Kirk Dougal releases. Happy Book Birthday! It's so good. I'm currently reading it at the moment and I'm enjoying it a lot. (Review to come very soon) I'm delighted to have Jack on my blog today talking about finding time to write. It's always amazing to have any of the authors from Ragnarok Publications on the blog. If you get the chance, you should pop over and say hello to both Ragnarok and Kirk on Twitter. Ragnarok has some of the best authors and employees to reach out and talk with, and that's why I love them so much. I want to thank Kirk for being on the blog today. It's always fun to have awesome people on the...

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An interview with Julia Ember

  Welcome to the Sunday Street Team guys! I'm so excited to be a part of this, and I always find myself coming across some amazing books. This one is no exception. This past Tuesday, Unicorn Tracks was released and I have heard nothing but amazing things. I had the chance to ask Julia Ember some questions about her first novel Unicorn Tracks, and she had some fantastic answers. Be sure to check out Unicorn Tracks and fall in love with the story like so many others. Plus that cover is perfect. Thanks Julia for answering some questions!     What made you go in the direction you did with this book? That’s a great question because there were a lot of determining factors! When I started...

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February SST: An Interview with Jeff Garvin

  Hey, guys! Welcome to the Sunday Street Team!  I had the chance to ask Jeff Garvin, the author of Symptoms of Being Human some questions and he answered openly and honestly. His answers are perfect, and his book touches on a subject we need to speak more openly about in the world. I'm a huge fan of books that touch on subjects we tend to avoid or that make people uncomfortable. Sexuality is one of those things. If you have a chance to grab a copy of this amazing book, I highly recommend it. Pop by in a few days to read my review. Please enjoy my interview with Jeff. At the end, there is a giveaway you can enter to win...

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An Interview with Mindee Arnett

    The final installment in a thrilling fantastical mystery series. Sixteen-year-old Dusty Everhart breaks into houses late at night, but not because she’s a criminal. No, she’s a Nightmare. Literally. Dusty is a magical being who feeds on human dreams. Being the only Nightmare at Arkwell Academy, a boarding school for magickind, and living in the shadow of her mother’s infamy is hard enough, not to mention the crazy events of the past year. Dusty may have saved the day, but there are many days left in the year, and with an old foe back to seek revenge, she'll need all her strength to defeat him and save her friends. Mindee Arnett thrills again in this stunning final installment in the Arkwell Academy series   I...

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Tonya Kuper

Last night, I got to hang out with Tonya Kuper and some fellow fans on Google Hangouts and it was absolutely amazing, fun and full of adorable! How much adorable? 'Oh my Guardians of the galaxy' adorable! Tonya is the author of 'Anomaly' which was the very first book I had the opportunity to review. It is published by Entangled Teen, and you can find my review of the book here. She is so amazing with her fans, great to interact with, and a big fangirl like me! From Star Wars, Star Trek, Sherlock - and so much more. I had the chance to ask some fun and serious questions and I am going to share some of those with you!   Who would you...

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The Wicked Awakening of Anne Merchant

    Yesterday, The Wicked Awakening of Anne Merchant released, and I am SO excited! The book was phenomenal, and I am dreading waiting for the final book! ( Hurry up book 3! ) I am REALLY excited to share with you my guest post from the author, Joanna Wiebe, who shares how she gets over the a big pain in writing: Writers block. How to Take a Sledgehammer to Writer’s Block: The Simple Rule I’ve Followed for The V Trilogy   If you’ve read either of the first two books in The V Trilogy, you’ll know this: any girl who dons a ball gown when the sun sets is unlikely to finish the night in it. It’s not that she’ll be naked and writhing around with some...

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