Archive for category Author Interviews

Author Interview with Cami Checketts

This week I’m participating in a blog tour for Cami Checkett’s latest release, Shadows in the Curtain. Cami is a prolific author (I believe this is her tenth novel) specializing in romantic thrillers. She has a degree in Exercise Science and often blogs about health and fitness issues. I imagine that knowledge comes in handy with four active sons who love […]

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Guest Post by Author Stephanie Worlton on the Importance of Education

Today I’m happy to have Stephanie Worlton as a guest on my blog. Stephanie is the author of the novel Hope’s Journey, and recently released her second book, a nonfiction guide called Everything You Need to Know About Girls Camp. I asked Stephanie to share her thoughts on the importance of history and education. Education: I thought […]

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Author Interview with Kylee Shields

I don’t often join blog tours for nonfiction, but after reading about Kylee’s book, Make It Happen: A Guide to Happiness for LDS Singles, I was interested. Though I am LDS, I am not single, but I gather part of Kylee’s message is the importance of making the best out of whatever phase of life […]

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Author Interview with Kate Palmer

Today I’m part of a blog tour for Kate Palmer’s debut novel, The Guy Next Door. Kate is an elementary school teacher turned fulltime mom, with six children, and she keeps a blog with information about food, life in the country, and, of course, reading and writing. She’ll be signing copies of her book at the Logan […]


Author Interview with Daron Fraley

Today I’m interviewing another friend from my writer’s group, Daron Fraley. He has a few books out (some of them free–more details on that after the interview). I was a test reader for his most recent book, Thirty-Six, and it’s a fun read! Daron does a great job of creating realistic, likeable characters and weaving in Biblical […]


Author Interview with Terri Ferran

Today’s post is part of a blog tour for Terri Ferran’s latest release, Choosing Charity. The book is the final in the Finding Faith, Having Hope, and Choosing Charity trilogy, but can be read as a stand-alone novel. Choosing Charity is available in most LDS bookstores or as an eBook on Amazon, plus, you can […]


Author Interview with Braden Bell

Attention all fans of middle school magic, today’s blog guest is Braden Bell, author of The Kindling. Here’s the tag line from the book’s cover: Homework? Of course. Crushes? Sure. But who knew seventh grade included superpowers? Braden teaches theater and music at a private middle  school in Tennessee, so he knows teenagers. He’s also […]


Author Interview with Sonja Herbert

Today and tomorrow I’m featuring author Sonja Herbert on my blog. She recently released a memoir, Carnival Girl: Searching for God in the Aftermath of War (I’ll be reviewing the book tomorrow, so come back and visit again). I’ll focus on the book tomorrow, but today, here’s an interview with this extraordinary woman. List five […]


Author Interview with Rachelle Christensen

Today I’m delighted to have Rachelle Christensen on my blog. In addition to being the author of two suspense novels and a nonfiction work, Rachelle is an avid reader. She likes running, cooking, volleyball, music, and card-making. She is married and has four children: two girls and two boys. Favorite book from when you were […]


Author Interview with Sherry Ann Miller

Today’s guest is Sherry Ann Miller, author of over a dozen books. She grew up in Utah and California and now lives in Washington. She has seven children and lots of grandchildren! Welcome, Sherry!   Five movies you LOVE: I’m a Jane Austen fan, so any of the movies made from her novels. I also […]



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