Author H.A. Wills #Inteview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

Tell us a bit about yourself
Gosh, I’m always awkward with this question, but let’s see what I can come up with. I live in San Diego, California with my other half, and in the near future, we’re looking to adopt a cat. I’m a nerd/ geek in every sense of the word(s). I enjoy video games, comic books, anime, television of the sci-fi/ fantasy/ paranormal elements, movies, music– pretty much all media in general. I love stories in any form I can get them, including playing D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) every other Wednesday– my dice collection is seriously something to behold.
I like collecting things that showcase my nerdery. Shelves full of figurines, art on the walls, t-shirts, and more all from different fandoms I enjoy. I love Bioware games, so I own quite a bit of merch related to Dragon Age and Mass Effect.

I enjoy traveling. Internationally, I’ve been to Paris, France and Tokyo, Japan—and made sure to go to their respective Disneyland’s while I was there. Humorously, I haven’t been to Canada or Mexico even though I could easily drive to either. My next international trip, I really want to make my way over to the UK and spend some time in both England and Scotland.
Mostly, I’m a homebody. I like eating good food, playing board games with friends, and while still planning for the future, enjoying what each day has to offer. I’m also extremely easy to amuse, so much so, that a bad pun can have me giggling.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

We didn’t have a lot of money growing up, so I had two hobbies because they didn’t require much in resources. Drawing and writing. Both only required paper and a pencil. My nose was also usually buried in a book growing up because we lived close to the city library, so words were always floating around in my head and I’d write them down. Technically, I wrote my first novel over a summer when I was 16. It was awful as one would imagine.

I didn’t really consider becoming an author, because careers like that just didn’t happen to people like me, you know? Authors were like actors or musicians for me. Unreal that lived lives that were different than normal people. I’m a pretty decent artist and good with computers, so the general consensus was that I’d do something with that, and I did. I went to college and got a BA in Art specializing in Digital Media and became a graphic designer. I worked as a graphic designer for over 10 years and would write stories for fun when I felt like it. Mostly a lot of fan fiction because it gave me an opportunity to engage with people on two fronts, geeky things I was interested in and my writing.
As much as I enjoy art, I found that my job drained me more than anything, so when I discovered Kindle Unlimited and a diverse community of Indie authors through Facebook, I decided to try it myself. The worst that could happen was it didn’t do so well, and at the very least, I could knock “write a book” off my bucket list. Lucky for me, my first book did well and now I’m able to do something I really feel passionate about.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

When I’m into something, I tend to focus and consume everything I can find related to it. In regards to my current series, The Bound Spirit Series, that something was the genre Reverse Harem (known in short hand as RH or WhyChoose?) Thanks to Kindle Unlimited, I was able to take in tons of different people’s works that fell under a genre that really isn’t served in the larger markets. I hate love triangles with a passion, so RH gave me an alternative to that.
Once I consumed pretty much everything I could that was out at the time, I decided I wanted to write one, because I wanted more stories. I’m of the “write what you want to read” demographic. Anyway, I was taking the train to visit some friends (which was about a six hour train ride) and decided to go through some old story ideas I had jotted down to see if any of them could work for RH.

I had an old idea about this teenage girl that found out she was a witch and had no idea that she lived in a town of supernatural creatures until her magic started to manifest. In it, her two best friends were attacked by vampires, one died (becoming a ghost that haunted her) and one survived (becoming a vampire). Ghost made friends with a Nephilim that was also the preacher’s son, and the vampire found out her boyfriend was actually a werewolf.
Deciding I could make all these characters into a harem, The Bound Spirit Series was born. It was originally only supposed to be a four guy harem, but my character Donovan just showed up and refused to leave, so that’s how I ended up with two Nephilim instead of one.
For each element in regards to the lore, I have many different places I can point to for inspiration, but this is how the core idea for the series came to be

What are you working on now?

I’m currently working on the third installment in The Bound Spirit Series, Save Spirit, which is expected to release Summer 2019.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I think my process is one big quirk, I suppose. Like I mentioned prior, I have a background in fan fiction and it shows. After I make a ridiculously detailed outline, I have to write each chapter in order (like I used to do when releasing chapters for my fan fictions.) I then have it go through different parts of my team, editing it as I go, until it feels finished and only then can I move onto the next chapter. It’s not what’s recommended, but it’s worked for me thus far.

What are your hopes for the future?
I love that I can write full time and make a living at it, so my hopes are that it stays that way and people keep enjoying the work I put out.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

I’m an Indie author, which means I don’t have a publishing house. It’s all me, so for those considering going this route, it’s incredibly rewarding but also a lot of hard work and requires being very organized. Find a strong team of people to work with. Alpha and beta readers. Content and copy editors. Designers to create your covers and ads (unless you’re like me and can do it yourself.) Search out communities to help you. There are a wide variety of writer’s groups on Facebook filled with authors, editors, and PA’s that are happy to share their knowledge and experience.
Also, take your time with your first book. You only get one chance to make a first impression, and your best advertisement is word of mouth, so make sure everything is solid before putting it out into the world. Once it’s out there, stay engaged with your readers and your communities. It takes time to write books, and you want to make sure you stay relevant in the meantime.

Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Not going to lie, the idea that I have fans is mind boggling. I see myself as some dork behind a keyboard that is lucky enough that other people also want to talk about the imaginary characters in my head. So that being said, thank you. Time is a precious resource, and I’m eternally grateful to every single person that has spent some of that precious resource on my work. I hope that each subsequent work I put out continues to be found worthy. You’re all so amazing, and it’s only because of all of you that I get to do what I love. So again, thank you.

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Author Erin O’Kane #Interview

Please give a warm welcome to author Erin O’Kane

Tell us a bit about yourself

Erin O’Kane is my pen name. I Work full time in the health care industry. I have a wonderful husband and no children yet, but we have one fur baby, a rabbit named Jethro!

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I never thought it was an option for me until recently, so I have never considered it. I have always written stories, but it’s only recently that people have started to listen to them.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

A lot of the main character from Hunted By Shadows is based off me, she is also a nurse which speaks to me! I can’t say that I had a eureka moment with this, I just created the characters ans they started talking to me. The story develops from there.

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What are you working on now?

I am working on a couple of things. Lost in Shadows– Shadowborn series book 2, The Wild Interview– co-author book with K.A. Knight, and a secret project!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I can’t write without music, it can be anything, but I can’t stand silence. I also drink a large amount of caffeine when I write. I don’t usually drink caffeine, but writing drives me to do it!

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What are your hopes for the future?

I had never thought that writing was an option for me, and it has taken me completely by surprise that the book has done really well! So until recently I had no plans! I am hoping that the books continue doing well and I can go part time at work so I can spend more time writing!

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Don’t give up! It’s so difficult as a new self publish author to get your name out there and get people to take a chance on you. Keep going, get a good group of authors as friends to help and encourage you!

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Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Yes! Mostly just Thank you so much for all your support and for taking a chance on me!

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Author Katie May #Interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I am twenty-years old and a senior in college. I’m studying political science and legal studies. Originally, I planned to go to law school but now I’m not so sure. Writing is definitely my passion so if I can make a career out of it that would be surreal. Oh and I love animals! I have like fifteen rescued pets at home. Cats, dogs, bunnies, turtles, birds, Guinea pigs.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I always did want to be a writer, but I didn’t always want to be an author. See, I love writer, but I don’t like being in the spotlight. As an author, you have to deal with so much stuff that it sometimes feels as if you’re head is exploding. I had planned to only write for myself when I lost a bet with my sister. As such, I had to publish my first book. I literally did it in a day. Got the covers, uploaded it to Amazon, etc. I didn’t have any experience nor idea of what to expect. I didn’t think even ten people were going to read my book. At the time, I didn’t have an ARC team or betas or even an editor. It was just me. I still can’t believe how it just blew up.

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What was the inspiration for your current series?

My inspiration for Gangs and Ghosts is actually kind of funny. I was watching a horror movie and I was like “wow, that chick could totally start her own harem.” And then I started thinking of my own experience. Gangs and Ghosts is actually loosely based on my old house I used to live with. I don’t remember it because I was very young, but my parents told me that it was haunted and I would talk to an imaginary friend called the Shadow Man (creepy, I know). I don’t know why I decided to add the gang. It just came to me with their behaviors. And thus, Gangs and Ghosts was born!

What are you working on now?

I’m working on the third Together We Fall series and a contemporary RH through a writing class I need to take. Ohh and a short story for an anthology I am. So probably more than I can handle haha.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I always write on my phone. Every story has been completely written in notes. My author friends call me a heathen because of it.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to be able to continue to do what I love. I also hope that my stories will somehow resonate with the readers the way they do for me. For the most party, feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and encouraging. As long as people keep reading, I’ll keep writing.

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Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Do it. Just bring yourself to do it. I keep thinking of how things would’ve been different if I hadn’t lost that bet. Probably still writing stories that no one but me would read. Don’t be afraid if you can’t afford a fancy cover or an editor. As long as you have a story, people will read it. And join groups! I am currently in a group with a few authors that have been my rock. I don’t know what I would do without those ladies.

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Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Oh gosh. I could write a whole novel on that haha. Thank you for supporting me and believing me even when I struggled to believe in myself. This has definitely been a journey full of ups and downs, but you guys have made it all worth it. I don’t know who I would be without you and your support. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

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Awakened and Betrayed by Ivy Asher #Review

Review of Awakened and Betrayed

I received this copy as an ARC.
I LOVE IT!!!!! The author freaking blew my mind. I’m ready to reread it again. *insert positive swear words* I stayed up all night reading, I couldn’t put it down.
I have waited since December with baited breath to get my hands on this *Gollum voice* precious book. Well let me tell you, this book was even better than the first one.
I was nail biting, sitting on the edge of my seat nervous, exited, appalled, angry, giggeling and so much more. Not to forget that book one was hot, but book two was scorching.
It’s going to be pure pain waiting for book three, but I know that it’ll be worth it. So hurry up and check out this amazing series.

Author Dionne Lister #Interview @DionneLister

Please give a warm welcome to author Dionne Lister

Tell us a bit about yourself

I live in Sydney, Australia and am the happy mum of two boys. I have two Siamese cats, an associate degree in creative writing, and as well as working as an author, I’m an editor. Just over a year ago, I took up hapkido (Korean martial arts), and I love it.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve wanted to be an author since I was about eight. It took me a while to get there though…. lol

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I normally write epic fantasy, but the last book I tried to write was hard work. I’m at 43,000 words and still haven’t finished it. I will finish it, but that book and all it’s problems, plus some external factors, gave me writers block. I never believed in it until it happened to me. I didn’t write for a year and a half. Instead of writing, I read. A lot. One of the genres I discovered in this time is paranormal cozy mystery. I devoured so many books, it was getting to be super expensive, and eventually, I got to the point where I was inspired to write my own series.

What are you working on now?

At the moment I’m working on book 6 in my paranormal cozy mystery series. The book is called Killer Witch in Westerham, and the series name is Paranormal Investigation Bureau. It’s set in the UK, and the main characters are witches. It’s a fun series.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have no quirks *thinks*. Well, no more than the usual author. I laugh and cry when stuff happens to my characters, and some days I think my work is the worst thing ever, and some days, I think it’s awesome.

What are your hopes for the future?

My hopes for the future is that I make so much money from my books that I can write full time :).

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Advice for new authors. Do you have a week or so? Ha ha. Do it because you love it. If you want the chance to make a living out of it, prepared to be professional and to work hard for as long as it takes, which could be months, or it could be years. Learn how to write well. Join Facebook groups so you can get good recommendations for editor and cover artists. The work doesn’t stop when the first draft is done. That’s when the work starts. And don’t beg friends and family to buy your books: you’ll never earn a living out of it unless you reach people you don’t know, and a lot of them. Be prepared to learn about marketing, and know you have to risk money to make money. This is all if you want to earn a living. If you just want to write, then just write :).

Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Fans? I have fans? *Looks around. May have noticed movement behind the pot plant.* If any of my fans are reading this, or just anyone who has bought any of my books and read them, THANK YOU! Some people say they write for themselves, and to an extent, we do because we can’t help it. But that’s only half the fun. I’m a storyteller, and I want my stories to reach other people, so thank you for being part of my journey. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to keep producing books. I love that you (whoever you are) are out there reading my books and laughing and crying along with me, or maybe just quietly enjoying them. Thanks for taking a chance on me :). And I love hearing from my fans. Getting an email or message from someone telling me how much they enjoyed my book is like the best thing ever, and it always makes my week :).

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Author K.A. Knight #Interview

Please give a warm welcome to author

Katie Knight

Tell us a bit about yourself

Erm, my names Katie and I have a problem, wait. Sorry that was the other group. *clears throat and waves awkwardly* Hi, I’m katie and I write dirty scenes. I’m 22 years old from a sleepy English village. I have a caffeine addiction and love horror films. *whispers, is that how you do it?*

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I know most people will say always but truthfully? No. I wrote a lot when I was younger but then I turned to design and film. It became my passion and I even went to university for it but I still found myself writing every now and again. It wasn’t until tragedy hit my family that I turned to writing properly, as my escape. Ever since then my passion flared up and I can’t go one day without it.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I have always been obsessed with dystopian and horror. I love the world building the endless opportunities for character exploration and the darkness in it. I watched a lot of films like Mad Max, Doomsday etc and played a ridiculous amount of Fallout.

What are you working on now?

Lots and lots of projects! I am always working on five projects at a time. One co-author and my other WIP. Three are secret projects, with one I am so excited about. It is dark and filled with bloodshed. I am also working on Auroras Betrayal, The Lost Coven Book Two!

Do you have any quirks while writing?

Not really, it changes everyday. I always have to have background noise though. Wether that be music or the TV. Some of my projects demand a playlist where as others I binge watch the Great British bake off!

What are your hopes for the future?

To become a full time author. It’s actually my goal for this year! To enjoy life as well, I’ve had some health scares this year and it’s only made me more determined to make the most of life.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Just write. It’s the hardest and the simplest part, everything else will fall into place and if you ever get stuck this is one of the most supportive communities you will ever meet. Most of all, be yourself. Don’t write to please people, write because you can’t do anything but.

Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Yes! I love my fans so much, it sounds cliche but they are the reason I get up and write everyday. There support and love for my crazy drives me and I wouldn’t be here without them

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Author Auryn Hadley #Interview

Please give a warm welcome to author Auryn Hadley

Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a pretty simple person. I grew up in Texas, married a Canadian boy, and have a house full of critters. I’m a dog lover, my husband is a cat guy, and we have that property where all the strays get dumped – so we have a small zoo! Never had children, though, so the pets get pretty spoiled.

I went to school thinking I wanted to be a research vet, back in the day. Then, somewhere along the way, I realized I hate people, so wanted a career that is a lot more isolated. I think being an author definitely counts!

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Nope! In fact, I grew up convinced I was just a reader (and a voracious one at that). Someone else made the stories. I didn’t have that kind of imagination. Then, I ended up being cyberstalked, and the only way to avoid it was to not be online. That left me annoyed, stressed out, and wanting to vent, so I started typing. That ended up being BloodLust, the first book in the Rise of the Iliri series. After 18 released novels, I still haven’t stopped, and the ideas are coming faster than I can get them out.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

That’s a difficult question since I have a few in progress right now. The simple answer is current events. I find myself wondering, “What would it be like to live through that?” and then I write a character who is. This could be something as obscure as GamerGate or as “trending” as the #metoo movement. Sometimes, things just spark an idea, and before I know it, I have a little note for another book idea.

What are you working on now?

The 9th book in the Rise of the Iliriseries. We’re almost at the end, and I’m taking a little longer to get all the loose threads tied up properly. I’m also releasing a series I finished a bit ago, to make up for that gap in releases. The Dark Orchid Trilogy is a high heat reverse harem fantasy that I wrote on the side to keep myself from burning out. I figure this is a win-win. My readers get something to hold them over, and I get some time to make sure the next to last book in a very long and epic series is written the way it deserves to be.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

Plenty! Like most authors, I basically live on coffee. I also can’t write in silence, so I always have music going. Then I prop my feet on my desk, pull my keyboard into my lap, and ignore everything else. My husband works as my bouncer, keeping the dogs, cats, and visitors safely out of “Auryn’s on the rampage” distance because I get a little bit irate when disturbed.

What are your hopes for the future?

More books! Seriously, I love the author lifestyle. I get to be both a hermit and social when I want to. I spend all day wallowing in my own fantasies, and I’m doing this full time! I’ve never wanted to be rich or famous. I simply want to continue to be happy with what I do every day. There’s no greater feeling than sitting down to “work” and being excited about it. So long as I can, I want to continue to write – and I have ideas coming out my ears, so that shouldn’t be a problem.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Don’t rush to release. Write the whole series first. Trust me, it will make your life so much easier! I know it’s easy to get excited and start thinking about people reading your first book, but this isn’t a sprint. The life of an author is always about the NEXT book, not the last. The more books we put out, the more of our time is spent in marketing, socializing, and doing “not writing” things. That means it takes longer to write than we expect, and thus we get behind and can easily fall into the trap that burns out so many writers.

And learn to take critique. Someone will hate your work, and that’s ok! It’s why we have so many varied books out there. Learn that your book’s flaws are not your own. They’re simply a chance to learn where and how to improve. Make the next one better, because if you wrote one book, you can clearly do it again.

Do you have anything to say to your fans?

I love you all! No, seriously, I do. I wrote Rise of the Iliri for myself. I never expected to touch so many people or to find hundreds willing to support me in my endeavors. This has been a very humbling experience, and possibly one of the best things I’ve done in my life. Surreal is the word I use to describe it. To see people talking about a thing I did feels like I’m going to wake up any moment, and I’m pretty sure I’ll never get used to it, so, thank you. My fans are the reason I can keep doing this, and I hope to never forget that.

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#Review of Spirits by Jenica Saren

Review of Spirits: Absent Faith Book Two by Jenica Saren

I received this copy as an ARC.
Holy mother of all that is sacred. I’m gonna mentally kick the authors butt for this cliffhanger. Then I’m going to beg her for book three. I’ll be on my knees begging writing muses to fuel her inspiration.
I freaking love this book. It’s more serious than book one, but I still had my uncontrollable giggle fits. Dead-not-dead Kismet has lots of problems and not enough answers.
I highly recommend this series as well as the authors other books. You won’t be disappointed.

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Author Raven Kennedy #Interview

Tell us a bit about yourself

Oh shit, talk about myself? Okay. Let’s see… I’m admittedly not that cool. I’m the awkward wallflower chick who has always fit in better with the misfits. I was shy for most of my life, and honestly, if I ever met a reader in real life, I’d probably blush about ten shades of red. I’m a mom and a wife, but I’m just me, too—the pale girl from the desert who drinks creamer in her tea, listens to alternative music, and hates working out but probably should do it, anyway.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

Yes. Always. I know that’s a boring answer, but it’s true. I’ve been writing stories since I was little. I’d fill notebooks with bubbly handwriting that had heart dots over my i’s and j’s. The stories were bad, but they were an escape I could create for myself when I wanted to be in a different world and be a different person.

What was your inspiration for the Heart Hassle series?

At the time, I’d been writing a heavier book that was very difficult for me emotionally to write. So difficult, in fact, that I couldn’t bring myself to finish it. So I needed a light-hearted escape. I’d had this idea for a cupid character for a while. So I thought, I’ll just write it‚—it’ll be a nice break from the heavy. Originally, Signs of Cupidity wasn’t going to be a reverse harem, but the story sort of demanded a #whychoose approach. I wanted it to be fun, funny, and a total escape for readers. Granted, I never thought anyone would actually read it, but I loved Emelle too much not to publish it.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I don’t think I really have quirks while writing. Sometimes I like to listen to music, sometimes I like silence. Sometimes I like to write at night, other times I do well during the day. Sometimes I enjoy writing in the hustle and bustle of my small town hipster cafe, other times I’m just in my leggings on the bed. Really, when I can get any time to myself, I’m writing. Even when I’m not writing, I’m usually thinking of new ideas or scenes for books. It’s a tad annoying when I have to get up at 3 AM to jot down a note in my phone!

What are you working on now?

I have a few projects going on simultaneously. I just finished writing the third Cupidity book, I’m working on a psychological thriller-ish story that is nearly ready, and I have a few surprise releases coming out soon, too. I also have some awesome co-writes coming up, as well as more books in my shifter Misfits world. I’m also doing some darker themed books, to balance out the funny rom-coms. I never want to get stuck pigeon-holed in one type of story, because I love writing all kinds of genres, and I hope my readers will tag along with me.

What are your hopes for the future?

My hopes are to just enjoy the ride. I’m fucking lucky to be able to write and have people who actually care enough to read my stuff. I have all of these stories in my head, and my hope is that I can get them out and do them justice. My hope is also that people will connect with the characters I create, whether that means I make someone laugh or cry, think, or escape.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Write. Just fucking write, man. It’s hard. Sometimes you don’t want to. Sometimes you doubt yourself. Sometimes you think your words and your ideas are utter shit. But if your soul is in it, and the story is calling to you, just write it. Get it down, and then find people who will be your solid support system. Find your squad. Those beta readers and writing partners who will give you constructive criticism and push you to be better. That makes all the difference. I tried to get a literary agent for years, and I was always rejected. But that’s the beautiful thing about today. Writers can take a chance on themselves without agents, and self publish instead. I was nervous as hell to do it, but I’m so glad I did!

Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Fuck, yes I do. Readers: You guys have blown me away. I still have to pinch myself sometimes to realize that this is real. Particularly the people in my reader group….I’ve never met any of you in real life, but geez, I love you crazy beautiful chicks. I try to read each and every comment and post…even when I’m supposed to be writing and not be on Facebook. Lol. But honestly, you guys encourage me, make me smile, and I love it every time I read that you’ve enjoyed reading one of my stories. Author to reader is a beautiful connection, and I’m so fucking grateful. I hope to meet some of you guys in real life at upcoming book signings. I’ll be the one with the obnoxious red cupid wings. Just kidding. Maybe. Probably.

XOXO—Raven Kennedy

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