PA, Mo Day #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Rihanna, but you would probably know me by RiRi or Mo. I’ve been with my husband Jon for 9 years and married for 5, we have 3 beautiful children together. Kyson 2, Paige 4, Maddie 5. My husband also has a 19yr old son named Jon jr. I enjoy being out doors being adventurous with my kids, baking and reading.

How long have you been a PA?

Since June so not very long.

Have you always wanted to be a PA?

Once I got plugged in with the indie community it did spark my interest.

What do you do as a PA?

I chat with my authors very regularly checking in with any projects they have going on, make sure they keep up on their word count goals, I admin the readers group, I post at least 3 interactive posts a week, i post announcements about upcoming events and projects, I help run the ARC and street teams. I make forms as needed. During an authors take over I will try and make sure I interact on posts and any giveaways I close out and pick winners. I also promote their books, I post pre order links and its live posts, teasers and covers.

Do you have any quirks while working?

I don’t think so.

What are your hopes for the future?

I just want to help these amazing authors get their amazing books around into the world.

Do you have any advice for new PA’s?

It’s a learning process, make sure you have a good relationship with your author(s) communication is hugs. An don’t be afraid to ask if you don’t know.

Are you available for new work or booked solid?

As of the moment I am not taking any more authors.

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Author Kell Inkston #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself…

I love birdwatching, gardening, and exercise. Favorite drink is black coffee, Sumatra origin preferred.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Nope, mostly because I just didn’t think about it. Truth is though I had been telling stories since I was a little kiddy, so I suppose the desire was always there waiting for me.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

So I thought it would be a wonderfully cool idea to mix the familiar with the horrifying, and thought it would be awesome to have one’s entire worldview threatened by a situation that they find themselves alone in. That’s the desire behind Clare in Substation 7: she’s casting herself into the abyss of a truth that may not want her.

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What are you working on now?

A Halloween special short story. You can find it on kellinkston.com when it’s done!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Not many, though I do love drinking huge amounts of coffee while I write- it keeps me comfortable while I work 😛

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What are your hopes for the future?

To become one of THE GREATEST WRITERS OF THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY.

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

Read as many articles as you can get your hands on. Join facebook groups that have authors in them and pick up as much as you can. Their years of experience will put you on the fast-track to success.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I love you all!

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Author/Poet April Bock #interview

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I’m a California girl living in the cold tundra that is Minnesota state, the summers are so beautiful here though. I love gardening, especially tomatoes. I grow multiple kinds every year. I love all things creepy and have a big makeup obsession.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Actually no, writing was just something I dabbled with although I have been working on a memoir for years, it was a few close author friends that told me if I didn’t publish my poetry, they’d kick my ass. They are taller than me, so…

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

Theda Valle, Brenda Britton and Ira Myriam were my inspirations. Their love and absolute faith in my writing ability really have me the crave too open up my mind and write some amazing poetry. Seriously I couldn’t have done it without them.

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What are you working on now?

A few things actually. My memoir and then my brilliant writing partner Elizabeth Ellis and I are working on a collection of short stories. If you follow us on Facebook you’ve most likely seen them started as “story fuckery time”. We live write when we do those.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I HAVE to have music on, so my headphones are pretty much permanently attached to my head. I don’t have an office, I have a certain spot on my sofa where I sit. I have certain pens I use and only them, and I suppose my biggest quirk is I write EVERYTHING by hand. At least my solo work I do.

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What are your hopes for the future?

To write, have a huge yard and adopt all the doggos! And other animals lol

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

It’s not as scary as you think it is. Especially with a great support system.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of your live and support!! I’ll keep serving your beloved Pocket Fairy Fuckery!! I love you all xoxoPoems of a Phoenix (Pocket Fairy Poetry Book 1)

Raw, hard hitting poetry that will leave you wanting more.

Sinful Confessions (Pocket Fairy Poetry Book 2)

Sexy poetry that will make you melt.Amazon

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Photographer/Cover Model Alen H. #interview

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Hi, my name is Alen, also known as Jack. Born in May, 15, 1994. Born in Trieste but having Bosnian rootes.

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Have you always wanted to become a Photographer/Model?

– Have I? Not really no… Well I worked few times as model when I was younger, but I was never up to modeling honestly. Photography was always something I was attracted to. The problem is that I was always attracted to cars and speed also. When I traveled to Sofia I decided to merge photography passion and car passion. I am not really a materialistic guy, so I never wanted to do a job that would make me earn a lot of money. I always preferred to do a job – that is not a job, that would make me happy and give me the chance to share it with other people. About modeling, well that came out easily with photography. People as friends, clients etc.. they were all asking me: “Why you don’t pose on your own pictures? Your face is perfect, looks like an actors face”. That’s mainly the reason why I started “kinda modeling”.

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Do you have any advice to give?

– Advices… Well there are some I can give for new models and photographers… But the best one is to live your life by your own rules. Don’t hesitate and always try something new. Never be afraid to change. Be kind always to everyone.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I don’t really have any hopes for the future. I mean, I’m a guy who really lives the moment, the present. I just wish to share my passion with everyone as long as its appreciated.

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Do you have anything to say to your followers?

Something I can say to my followers is: Thank you so much for your love! Stay humble and enjoy life 😀Check out Alen’s pictures on

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Author Victor Larque #interview

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Hi! *waves*

My penname is Victoria Larque, but people call me V. I write Urban Fantasy with a dash of Paranormal Romance. Those are the genres I love reading and I combine them in my writing. My books always have a heavy romantic element, and there will be smexy scenes, but they are essentially plot driven—just to explain what I mean by that. ☺ My first series is called The Myre Series and currently has two books out. I am up to my ears in edits and rewrites of the third installment.

Originally from Namibia, I now live in Germany—in a charming house in the woods—with my very grumpy, antisocial husband, who I love more than anything.

In my spare time I love gaming, watching TV shows and movies, archery (I just started), and sleeping. I can’t emphasize the ‘sleeping’ part enough. Love it.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

Well… I have always been a storyteller. From the moment I could talk I told wild tales. My imagination was always a vibrant and very alive place and when I went to boarding school, it was the thing that got me friends. When you’re little and far away from home, stories can help the homesickness, especially late at night when loneliness hits. Being the one who told the stories got me lots of friends very quickly, and I have never stopped telling them.

So, in a way, yes I have always wanted to be an author. But it took a long time until I actually worked up the courage to try it.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

A dream. I dreamt of my MC roaming the nightly streets of a big city, searching for something. There was a sense of hunger and desperation she felt, and that was it. I had to write her story, had to find out what she was looking for and get to know who she was.

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What are you working on now?

The third installment of the Myre Series. It follows a different character than the first two books do, but fits into and continues the same storyline. It has action, romance, demons, shadows and a volcano the inside of which is a city.

Other than that I am working on a project with another Author that might, or might not see the light of day. Currently we’re working out how to write and plan together, and so far it’s been great fun. I’m not used to writing with another person, but we also beta-read for one another, so we know how the other person ticks, which makes it an awesome experience.

And I am working on an idea for a duology that has been floating around my head for a while now.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I listen to music, specifically hour-long melodic dubstep mixes. It’s not a music genre I’d normally listen to, but—for writing—I need it. ☺

Other than that… not really, no.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I’d love to sustain writing books by selling books. I don’t dare dream of it sustaining my entire income… that would be crazy. At least not right now. I take time publishing my work, about a year per book. In the indie community that is tortoise-level slow. People expect a new book every three months (at least). So the sell-through isn’t what I’d like it to be.

And I’d love to be able to actually publish more than one book a year. That would be awesome!

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

Talk to people and find your tribe. Ask questions, no matter how stupid you think they are. Get a writing buddy, listen to their feedback and criticism. Don’t let the sheer vastness of information and rules overwhelm you, just go through one thing a time.

And finally: Write what you love.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

You are amazing, kittens! I thank each and every one of you for picking up Daph’s story and coming on a ride with me. I would not, and could not, have done any of it without you.

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Graphic Designer Eerilyfair Design #interview

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I’m from Bavaria, Germany living in a very small village (we are about 300 people here) by Bamberg nearly in the woods. I love gardening and animals to a great acess. So I collect rare plants and feed our birds, squirrels and even the dormouse in our housetop. I always had dogs, but since our last dog died very cruely at cancer I cannot bring it over me to have a new pup. I will die eventually, too. So I babysit the Newfoundland of our Neighbours.

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Have you always wanted to become an artist/designer?

Yes. I painted since childhood. But I’m not that type of person, who can paint easily with great genious. Everything I do, I have to struggle for. I can be very persistent and in this part patient (even if I’m the most unpatient person in every other aspect). So If I cannot do anything imidiately I will try as long as it takes to master it. I’m new to make it a living with my art, because I always thought I would not be good enough. But I will try my very best, because art is a big part of who I am. I just love it.

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Where do you find inspiration for your work?

I have many inspiration like filmes and series, books and music. I always listen to music, when I work and a lot of it plays a part in my works. For example love “Two steps from hell” and soundtrack music from Thomas Newman. I also love dark fantasy and artists like Anne Stroke or Luis Royo.

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What are you working on now?

At the moment I work on two book covers with dragons on it and also on a mythological story. I always adore such themes, because I studied art history and greek mythology plays a important role there.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

I tend to talk to myself while I’m working. I usually notice it only when someone addresses me. But I hope that it only becomes critical when someone answers me. Although this is becoming more and more likely in Alexa’s time ..

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What are your hopes for the future?

Two major things: Do get a save outcome of my art and to make as much as possible in 3d my own. I want to use Blender as good as I can so I can have my own weaponary.

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Do you have anything to say to your fans?

Thank you for all your support! I have some awesome people around me, who even supported me when I was a very young and inexperienced artist. I will always remember!

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Author Milly Taiden #interview

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My name is Milly Taiden and I love writing romance. I tend to go for paranormal and fantasy but love aliens and contemporary as well. All romance is amazing. I love watching murder shows even though it scares my husband and I think he worries I’m planning to murder him at some point 😂

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve been writing since I learned to write. Stories have always been such a part of me that I can’t think of a time I never made up stories in my head. It was my life. I was always a quiet kid and lived in my head a lot.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My Crystal Kingdom series is my newest one and my inspiration was my kids to be honest. They’re such fun crazy children and all have such unique ways of viewing life I used some of their character traits to create a new world.

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What are you working on now?
Currently, I am working on a new PDA and another Geek as well as a Reverse Harem. Busy busy times.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?
I lose focus quickly and easily so my only quirk is to try to keep things quiet to ensure I stay focused.

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Honestly, my only hope is that people continue to enjoy the books I write and that I can continue to make reading fun for whoever picks up my books.

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

Advice would be to get a really good editor and to be open to whatever they suggest. Don’t be close-minded and remember that you learn the more you write. Your style will change in months and years so be flexible to learning new things.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I want to thank my readers for everything. They’re amazing and help keep a girl going when she’s down and feeling low. It’s the reviews and emails letting me know how much they enjoy my books that push me daily to keep writing. So thank you all.
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Fae King
The Crystal Kingdom, Book 1
Jerrek Valsys was quite literally cursed. In life and in love. With no wife to see him through those long lonely nights and no way to help tame the beast that currentlyresides inside him, he’d spent years waiting on his mate with a glowing rock to show up. Seriously. He had. Because the prophecy told him so. But when his beast comes out and finds its mate, he may have to forget about that whole prophecy thing. Even if it
means he has to give up his crown as the Fae King.

resides inside him, he’d spent years waiting on his mate with a glowing rock to show up. Seriously. He had. Because the prophecy told him so. But when his beast comes out and finds its mate, he may have to forget about that whole prophecy thing. Even if it
means he has to give up his crown as the Fae King.

Kaia Cutestone’s life sucks. She has a job with no future and lives with her dead-beat, soul-sucking brother. The only good things in her life are her friends Jen and Avery. It’s
too bad the three of them have just been kidnapped with fairy dust. Yes. Tinkerbell type fairy dust. All Kaia has going for her at this point is that she just ran into the most gorgeous man she’s ever seen. He’s smoking hot, a little dark and dangerous, and
she can’t stop thinking about him naked.

Thanks to her love of shifter romance novels, Kaia might be the only person on the planet who can help Jerrek tame his beast and keep him from killing more people. Kaia may not
have a glowing rock but she sure is rocking an old ugly necklace. But is that enough to get her a happily ever after and help find her friends?

Reader Note: **This is the start of a fun, action-packed and smokin’ hot new trilogy. If you’re a fan of fae, elves, and all fantasy creatures, pick this one up. Shifter lovers,
never fear, Milly’s got a sexy alpha ready for you.**

Milly Taiden

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#Preorder Spectral Vibrations by Mercy Desimone @DesimoneMercy

Spectral Vibrations (The Spectrum of Power Book 1) by Mercy Desimone

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In a galaxy far away, a supernova changed a world forever. Energy became the daily fix, sex became currency, and children were a thing of the past. How do you create a future when you can’t move beyond the present?

All I ever wanted was to be a Scientist; what I never anticipated was becoming an Empathic Healer. Luckily, my bondmate, Laz, has always been my center. As a Duo, we have power, but someone believes that we can be more. They say you can’t hear a scream in space… but some of us can feel the pain.

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WHERE WORLDS COLLIDE…..

The day I crashed to Earth, a secret buried in the past became an opportunity for our future. What happens when power is suddenly up for grabs on a world where the color of your aura determines your path, and your vibrational frequency determines your strength? Could the ruling Spectrum soon be a thing of the past? Only if I can create a Spectrum of my own – with the sexy men who keep hovering in my orbit, hoping to anchor their frequency to mine..

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Duos, Triads and Quartets, oh my! It’s a cat and mouse game in outer space. What color is your aura?

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Author Emily Dawn #interview

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I’m a mom of four, three boys and one badass baby girl (obviously, she’s got three older brothers she’s gotta be tough). I’m a voracious reader, everything from the classics to brand new indie authors. Aside from my love of reading and writing I also have a baking business I run. I do everything from birthday cakes to wedding cakes to cinnamon rolls and pies.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I wrote frequently when I was a teenager. My parents gave me their old typewriter and I went to town. I forgot all about my love of writing in college and grad school but recently re-discovered it. Not to be super millennial here but my therapist suggested writing as way to do something just for me. When I started writing my first book I didn’t know if I’d actually try to publish it or just let it hang out in the depths of my computer.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I’m inspired by so many things. I can’t pinpoint the exact thing that inspired my current series.

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Right now I’m working on Sanctuary Book 2 of the Lenna Blakely Series. I’m also working on a paranormal romance which is as of now untitled. I’m also working on a dark contemporary reverse harem romance tentatively titled Shattered Starfire. I’m hoping to have two of them released before the end of the year.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I don’t know if it’s a quirk but I make playlists for each book I’m working on. I also carry a big spiral notebook everywhere I go in case I’m up in my head and think of a good line of dialogue or a scene to write it down so I don’t forget.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope that my books are read and enjoyed. A best seller would be nice but when I decided to go all in on this writing thing I said if even one person liked my book I’d be happy and that’s still true for me.

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I’ve found that there are a ton of supportive indie authors out there. I reached out randomly to a couple authors who went above and beyond when I was looking for beta readers and needed help with other random things. So, I would tell new authors to not be afraid to reach out.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I just want to say thank you for reading my book. I’m so appreciative of your support and encouragement.

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