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 […]



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