Manami Art #Interview

“Up and Away”

Have you always wanted to become a artist?

— yes

“Somewhere In the Middle”

Where do you find inspiration for your work?

— no waiting inspiration. With or without, I start to paint anyway. Also Meditation and prayer. Take a walk.

“Tentacle Treasure”

What are you working on now?

Theme upon tree of life and spirits.

“Imagine Yellow Submarine”

Do you have any quirks while working?

Dancing, singing, and painting.

“Cat and Crow”

What are your hopes for the future?

— To be able to keep laughing and loving and appreciate life. Spread more conscious about peace and love in our community.

“Linger Felt”

Do you have anything to say to your followers?

I’m so grateful to be able to share my art and thank you so much for following!


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Author Sadie Waters #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Sadie Waters. I have written one reverse harem series and am working on my second, along with a shorter reverse harem story I’m hoping to get out soon. I love animals, going for hikes, and basically all sports.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I have always written stories, but never anything book length until recently. I’m so excited about the opportunities self-publishers have now that we didn’t ten or fifteen years ago.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My inspiration for my current series, the one I’m working on now, which is a paranormal romance story about an incubus is probably all of the ghost hunting shows I like to watch. And I just love the freedom of reverse harem books, so I read a lot of those.

What are you working on now?

I’m working on a three book paranormal romance series about an incubus named Ember who has three men in her harem, each with distinct powers. They can pass those powers along to Ember through intimate connection. When a human sees a demon, Ember and her team get involved to figure out if he’s in danger. It’s action-packed and a lot of fun.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I don’t think I really have any quirks. I just need to be left alone for a while, particularly when I’m writing bedroom scenes.

What are your hopes for the future?

My hopes for the future are to continue to find new readers who enjoy my work, to continue to meet other authors with similar interests so we can work together, and to get my new series published this year.

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

My advice would be to write what you want to write, give it your all, find a good editor, and don’t let negative reviews get to you.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

To my readers, I would say, thank you so much for your support! I love hearing from you, so email me, post on my FB page or send me a Tweet, and I look forward to hearing what you think of my new series. 🙂 Will send my links and others in a bit.

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A Year of Blogging 2019

This year has certainly been one big surprise that kept going. 2018 was the year I fell madly in love with the reverse harem genre. 2019 was the year I decided to start interviewing some of those amazing RH authors. Well that snowballed quickly. I have interviewed over 231 authors, cover designer, models, bloggers, formatters and so on. I’ve also started two groups Soe Delights which is all about RH and menage, and Soe Book Bliss which is every genre. I started the same on Instagram.

I met another blogger, Ira Myriam. We started talking and suddenly we were working together. She is an amazing, generous soul that I consider myself very lucky to know, love you babe! Now Josie Cross PA have joined our madness and I couldn’t be happier *whispers: she’s organized* love you sweetie!

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My TBR list grows every day and I know I’ll never be able to catch up. My swag addiction is flourishing and my shelf with signed paperbacks is my pride and joy. Oh and let me just fangirl for a moment, I actually did an interview with Darynda Jones, yes THE Darynda Jones *squeeeee*

In 2020 I hope to find new and amazing people to interview. There will of course be cover reveals, pre-orders, reviews, giveaways, book parties and much more.

☆Keep an eye out for Tempest Trio

Below you can see the names of all the frigging amazing people I’ve gotten to interview.

Ann Swan ~ Ivy Asher ~ Poppy Woods ~ Raven Kennedy ~ Auryn HadleyK.A. Knight ~ Dionne Lister ~ Katie May ~ Erin O’Kane ~ H.A. Wills

Adell Ryan ~ A.K. Koonce ~ Steffanie Holmes ~ Ellabee Andrews ~ Loxley Savage ~ Scarlett Snow ~ A.C. Wilds ~ Blake Blessing ~ Sadie Moss ~ C.M. Wright ~ B.L. Brunnemer ~ Jarica James ~ Rowan Thalia ~ Nora Ash ~ Trina Bates ~ Nicki Boop ~ Serena Akeroyd ~ Ripley Proserpina ~ Crystal Ash~ Autumn Reed~ Helen Scott ~ Lana Kole ~ Mila Young ~ Kathryn Moon ~ L.A. Boruff ~ Jade Waltz

Bea Page ~ Elle Cross ~ Isobel Carmichael ~ Laurell Chase ~ Kaydence Snow ~ Wendie Nordgren ~ Amy Sumida ~ Kristen Banet ~ Avery Thorn ~ Renée Shearer ~ K.A. Morse ~ Laura Greenwood ~ Chloe Gunter ~ Melissa Adams ~ Eve Bradley ~ Rhiannon Lee ~ Ophelia Bell ~ Ann Denton ~ Eva Delaney ~ Brook Warren ~ Mary Martel ~ Arizona Tape ~ Rinna Ford ~ Regine Abel ~ Jade Oliver ~ Renee Rose ~ Ivy Fox ~ Stacy Jones ~ Drea Shane ~ Julia Clark

Rebecca Royce ~ K.B. Everly ~ Lyla Oweds ~ Darynda Jones ~ Savannah Skye ~ Kalia Duff (indie services)~ Adrienne Blake ~ Mercy DeSimone ~ Reese Copeland ~ Nikki Landis ~ R.A. Steffan ~ Jenee Robinson ~ CY Jones ~ Elena Grey ~ A.J. Macey ~ Emma Dean ~ Tyranni Thomas ~ Bella Claire ~ Eva Chase ~ Lily Harlem ~ Eve Langlais ~ Imaginary Rosse (cover designer) ~ Samantha Rose ~ Darcia Helle ~ Sariah Skye ~ Madeline Faye ~ Courtney West

Maya Daniels ~ Misty Malloy ~ Maria Savva ~ Carrie Whitethorn~ Miki Ward ~ Joanne Ganci ~ Lilly Griffin ~ Ben Ditmars ~ Rainy Day Artwork (cover designer) ~ Albany Walker ~ Jacquelyn Faye ~ Victoria Schaefer (cover designer) ~ Maria Spada (cover designer) ~ C.A. Storm ~ Maya Reily ~ Tamar White ~ K.B. Wheelock ~ Inked Imagination (indie services) ~ Aster North ~ Christopher Coyle (cover designer)~ Lisette Brody ~ Susi Cleaver ~ Raven (cover designer)

Selfpub Design (cover design)~ Ugo Arimo (male model) ~ C.L. Raven ~ Eve Newton ~ Lux Karpov-Kinrade ~ Robyn Peterman ~ MJ Marstens ~ Bo Reid ~ Erin Thornton ~ Kamayama Design ~ Briana Michaels ~ Tessa Tempest ~ Wendy Potocki~ 2nd Life Book Covers ~ Candace Woodrake ~ Sarabat (cover designer) ~ L.L. Frost ~ Rebecca Morman ~ Avdal Design (cover designer) ~J. Edwards Stone ~ Rozie Marshall~ WJ May ~ Aspen Marks

S.A. Price ~ Skye MacKinnon ~ Amelia Oliver ~ Melody Calder ~ Ava Mason ~ Jodie Szarmach ~ Lucy Smoke ~ Rosmary A. Johns ~ Cassandra Trussell ~N.J. Adel ~ Erin Bedford ~ Graceley Knox~ Erica Petit illustrations (cover designer) ~ L. Starfyre ~ Georgia Carter Mathers ~ A.C. Wilds ~ Helen Gadot

E.M. Moore ~ Devyn Sinclair ~ Everlyn Taylor ~ Cate Corvin ~ BC Morgan ~ Sam Hall ~ Jewels Arthur ~ Michelle Hercules ~ Cassie James ~ Tiegan Clyne ~ Dani Black PA ~ Sosha Ann PA ~ Darcy Ray ~ Nichol Smith PA ~ Aleera Anaya Ceres ~ SJ Sanders ~ Mallory Kent PA ~ Ira Myriam (blogger) ~ KC Morgan ~ Jenee Robinson PA ~ Kat Quinn ~ K. Margaret ~ Elle Middaugh ~ Eva Brandt

Serenity Rayne ~ Laurel Jones ~ Kayla Erickson ~ Ariz Brune ~ Gloria HudsonEmily Dawn ~ Eerilyfair Design (cover designer) ~ Milly Taiden ~ Victoria Larque~ Alan H. (male model) ~ April Bock ~ Kell Inkston ~ Mo Day PA

Andrea Pryde ~ Indra Frost ~ Amir Lane ~ Elizabeth G. Ellis ~ T.L Christianson

M. Sinclair ~ Erica Woods ~ Suki Williams ~ Kelly Grimes PA ~ Gabrielle Ash ~ Aspen Black ~ Gina Manis ~ VB Gilbert ~ Erica Andrews ~ C.V. Guyer ~ Addison Cain ~ Mercedes Jade ~ Elizabeth Francine PA ~ Sarah Klinger PA ~ Scarlett Ross ~ Kendra Moreno

S.E. Isaac~ Elizabeth Clare ~ Callie Rose ~ Kaitlyn Michaud ~ Rory Miles ~ Takari Hunter ~ Yashira Rosado Ortiz~ Brandy Slaven

Found and Forged (The Lost Sentinel Book 4) by Ivy Asher

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Found and Forged (The Lost Sentinel Book 4) by Ivy Asher

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My name is Vinna, and it all started with a routine fight in the middle of nowhere Nevada that ended up changing everything.
I found…

Family.

My Chosen.

Power.

Vengeance.

Now I find myself in the middle of nowhere Russia, my destiny within walking distance, and I have no idea what I’ll find.

Will I be welcomed?

Feared?

Despised?

We’re about to find out.

Sentinel City, ready or not here I come.

Debut Author Kaitlyn Michaud #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Kaitlyn and I’m a 23 year old newbie author. I’m absolutely obsessed with mermaids and RH. It started off as just a mermaid obsession but then I read Winter Rose’s book The Last Vesseland I was instantly hooked. I began branching out looking for more RH books and I found Avery Thorn’s book Into The Sea’s Embrace. I loved it. I’m actually polyamorous so seeing people like me represented in books felt so amazing.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’ve always loved writing and would make up little stories before I fell asleep each night. I began writing professionally at eight years old though when I won an Honorable Mention Award for some poetry I had written. After that, I couldn’t get enough of writing. It became my escape from some pretty horrific crap I’ve gone through.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

I’m obsessed with mermaids and magick so it was only natural I write about them. My biggest inspirations though are definitely Avery and Winter. They’re such kick ass authors and I really hope to be like them one day. I look up to Avery Song as well, and I hope to be lucky enough to have a fraction of her success.

What are you working on now?

I’m currently working on my first book baby! It’s hopefully going to be released in March of 2020 so mark your calander and get prepared for one hell of a ride 🙂

Do you have any quirks while writing?

I stick my tongue out the side of my mouth when I’m really focused on something, such as writing. I’ve tried to stop so many times but it just happens. Eventually I just gave up and went with the flow 😂

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

My advice would be this: Don’t be scared. I know how frightening it can be sharing something as near and dear to your heart as a story you’ve written is, believe me. I second guessed myself a million times over and almost decided not to publish. You can’t let your insecurities tell your story for you, so just take deep breaths and know that there are 7 billion people in the world. It’s scientifically proven at least one of those people will love your book and want to know more! Talk to the people who support you, chances are they will give you advice and help make your dreams become a reality.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

I’m just so thankful for all the positive feedback and support I’ve gotten from both my readers and authors I look up to. It’s quite mindblowing, honestly. When I first started writing I never imagined that by 23 I would be publishing my own book. Without my readers support, none of this would have been possible so it means the world to me. I’m just so grateful for all of them and can’t wait to see where this adventure takes us.

*Raevyn grunted in annoyance when one of her co-workers came dashing around the corner, running straight into her and sending her flailing around on the floor in front of the men before they had the chance to leave. She blushed a deep crimson as all eyes turned on her. “Dear Lord, may you swallow me up whole…” Raevyn whispered. Mr CEO chuckled and Raevyn squeaked in surprise, hoping against all hope that he hadn’t heard her. “Most women prefer to call me Sir and to do the swallowing themselves, but I’m all for equal rights.” Mr. CEO said as he graced Raevyn with a rare smile and helped her to her feet.*

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Author Mercedes Jade #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a 40ish y.o. fangirl that has found a new way to express myself outside of fandom. At home, I’m happily married to my high-school sweetheart, with two rambunctious boys to keep me busy. I own my own medical business.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

No. I’ve always written, but I had no thoughts about producing original fiction/novels until a couple years ago. My sister encouraged me. It started as a few smutty scenes for fun because I couldn’t find anything to read that I really wanted in between waits for my favourite series.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

My work in mental health inspired Victory Lap. I rarely see it addressed from the perspective of the family members of someone with a serious mental illness. The impact is huge. I wanted to tackle this complicated subject, all the feelings the family members experience, but may not always feel comfortable expressing in front of others. This is the ‘behind closed doors’ experience as we dip frequently into the thoughts of the MFC, Tess, and hear what she’s really thinking. The chaos of the first scene captures how off-balanced Tess truly feels as she visits the psychiatric hospital her mother has been involuntarily admitted.

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What are you working on now?

Duplicity, the second book in the Victory Lap series is going out ASAP. I’m also working on my last open series, Maeren. The next book is ‘Witch Darkness Follows’ and should be out around Christmas. There are more books and a spinoff planned. I’m also re-editing all of my past books for better formatting and to prepare for paperbacks. I’ll be attending my first signing this summer at Literary Love Savannah July 2020.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I bounce between books. It helps me to be able to jump from series to series if I get stuck one one book.

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What are your hopes for the future?

Writing? Keep enjoying it. The world? Stop the next medical epidemic. (it’s going to be a flu-like illness) Stop world hunger through genomic advances. Stop violence, but especially gun traumas. Cure fucking cancer. Hey, I’m a doctor. We dream big. I also would like to see my boys grow up healthy and happy. I don’t want to miss a moment, even if I have to sacrifice some of my work-life goals.

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

Build your support team. I found Goodreads less than useful. Facebook groups are where you will get your betas, readers, and other support, such as editors and covers. Self-publishing is where it is at with KDP. Please, keep enjoying your writing. Put yourself first.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Hey there, I wrote a book. Come, read it. I want to talk books all night long.

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Author Erica Andrews #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself
Erica Andrews is a mom of four girls and loves coffee, doughnuts and more coffee.
She married her high school sweetheart at eighteen and they’ve been together since she was 16. Her and her husband are the modern day fairy tale. She loves to read, break out dancing and embarrassing her children. So a normal mom. And she thinks her kids rock though don’t tell them.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

And yes I’ve always wanted to be an author. But it took my kids pushing me to take the leap.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

And as for inspiration, I think each book has a piece of me or things I’ve been through in my life.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

Quirks? Well….I always have to have a playlist and I always have to have a show that I obsess about to keep me from overthinking things or get stressed.

What are your hopes for the future?

My hope for the future is to show my kids that you can do what you love.

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

And my advice would be that always have author friends you can talk to. It doesn’t have to be a ton of friends but having one or two close ones can make all the difference.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Hmm…to my readers? I hope you enjoy the different series that I have written as I love to write every genre. And thank you for your support and happy readings.

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Author Amir Lane #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

My name is Amir. I’m a Canadian author specializing in urban fantasy featuring LGBT+ characters. I’ve been writing since I was in elementary school, and I started publishing in 2016. I was very influenced by Holly Black and Darren Shan. Right now, I’ve been doing a lot of cop procedurals with magic.

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Have you always wanted to become an author?

I think I’ve wanted to be a lot of things. For a while, I wanted to be a paramedic, and then a lawyer. Apparently, when I was a kid, I wanted to be a bus driver. But for a very long time, I wanted to write. I just didn’t realize it was a thing that anybody could do until I was in about sixth grade. Since then, it’s become more of a real aspiration instead of some arbitrary, ‘you know what would be cool?’ sort of thing.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

The inspiration for my most recent Barrier Witch series actually came from a dream I had. I was a witch cop undercover during a prisoner transfer, and the van got hit. I had no access to my powers, and I couldn’t tell anybody who I was. There’s this line in the second book that came right from this dream, where me and the person I’m supposed to be keeping tabs on are talking to this stone dragon, and it says, “You are a killer of men.” It was so vivid, I think I might have actually accidentally dropped into another universe for a bit.

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What are you working on now?

Right now, I’m working on editing the third book in my Barrier Witch series. It’s the culmination of a three-book arc that I’ve been working up to for a while, and I’m very excited about it.

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I have a really bad habit of starting sentences with And, But, and So. Especially So, and especially in dialogue. It’s something I do in real life conversations, too. I swear, half my text messages start with So. I always have to go through and edit them out.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope I can keep writing. I hope I have the time and energy to keep doing it, and that it still feels worth it to me down the line. Writing has always been a way for me to deal with and process the real world, and it’ll suck if there’s a day when it just doesn’t work for me anymore.

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

Take your time. It’s a fast industry and once you get into it, it can get overwhelming. Spend some time learning as much as you can and refining your craft before you hit publish. You can’t just write or just market, you have to do both. Learning what you can beforehand will make it way less overwhelmiing.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Don’t drink or text and drive, always tip your waiter or server if applicable, and leave a review if you liked a book.

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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 Gloria Hudson #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

First and foremost above all else I am a Christian and a member of the Church of God Assemble.
I place Christ above everything, including myself.
I am a wife and mother.
I am a professional multi-state nurse, a member of ANA, a loyal patient advocate, certified in Tracheotomy and Ventilators for all age groups.
I am also a multi-genre author.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

As a child I had many dreams and aspirations for the further. Writing was one of them.

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What was your inspiration for your current book/ series?

This is the question I have a hard time answering because this book was not wrote in any traditional forms.
* I wrote the middle first.
* Then, I wrote the beginning.
* Then, the ending.
* This book was wrote in different seasons of my life.
* The Middle-I was Happy!
* The Beginning- I was struggling with anxiety and depression.
* The Ending- I have literally done 360* turn- I found hope and peace! Rededicating my life back to Christ, and then I was baptized and then praise God received the gift of the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Considering this book was wrote in such different seasons of my life I have had some strong hesitation in publishing it. I had to make sure it was good with my soul to continue with publication, since that’s my first priority now.
As any artist knows, where ever you are, whatever you’re going through-your art reflects that! There’s always a piece of you in each book you write authors, same goes for song writers, and those that make art of any type know that this is true.
To answer your question, my story comes from several different places.
* a dream- middle part
* Real life, historical events, actual news, fairytales, folklore, mythology, biblical history, the Holy Bible and prophecy, conspiracy theories, miracles, mysteries, love and lose, a lot of imagination and basically everything else not mentioned above is woven throughout the rest of the book and not necessarily in that order.
This book was a hard first novel to write. This book is multi-genre in itself. It is an intense read. I would also like to add that in no way is to be taken as anything other than fictional. I say this because it will leave you wondering. I also do not recommend this book for anyone under 18 years of age.

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What are you working on now?

I am currently working on a novel about anxiety and depression. I have a blog that I have started that goes along with the book, sharing some insights to overcome anxiety and depression; some details found on the blog will not be in my next book. My blog is a help for those who suffer with anxiety and depression, to learn to live again and get their lives back.
When I started writing my story Never Alone, I noticed how many people personally and in general/casual contact, who had post on their FBP on how sad they were or how anxious they were or just wished they felt like themselves again. That is when I decided to start my Book Blog, You are Never Alone.
My novel is a story not a self help book. My blog is a self help blog.
I will be writing a Christian self help book. I have yet to name it as of yet, but I know there is an interest and need for help in our society with anxiety and depression at an all time high. I just feel the need to offer any help I can since I have been there.
I am also working on a children’s book called Lucky, The Love Puppy designed for adventurous 3-6/7 year olds and I am doing all my illustrations for it myself. Wish me luck!

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Do you have any quirks while writing?

I listen to music, certain songs are better than others to help me write and it really depends on the book I am writing also.

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What are your hopes for the future?

Right now, I am just taking things one day at a time. I’ve learnt that things worth having are worth the wait, and the most precious of gifts are free.

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

Yes!! No matter what anyone thinks or says; you don’t have to be perfect! Be yourself and don’t give up! There’s a lot of critics, not everyone is going to like everything you write, so be prepared to be you!
Because you are different from everyone else; your writing will be also be different.
Best advice I was ever given was by an English Professor. He said, “Write as if you are the person you are writing about and write about what you know!”
If you know love, write about love, hurt and pain- write that, betrayal- write that, etc… if you write of those things you have felt; especially while you feel them or right afterwards your emotions are going to flow and people will respond to your emotions because they will literally flow out into your book and reach out and touch them.
We all go through the same ups and downs in our lives at different times, response for an emotionally written book, will touch a person; just like it did you when you experienced that emotion.

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Do you have anything to say to your readers?

For anyone-Be true to who you are inside, don’t be afraid to try something new, live your life while you can- remember to be careful and to be smart, research or reach out depending on your circumstances before you jump!
Never compromise who you are, don’t judge another; you don’t know where or what they have been through or how they come to the place they are at. Try to agree, but if you can’t agree, then agree to disagree respectfully. Find your passion and then you’ll find yourself!
Also, remember it’s never too late to do a 360!
Inspiration is interwoven into each of us, we all have a purpose, embrace what is placed in your heart; it’s there for a reason!

Thank you for the invitation for the interview… I hope you have found it informative and that you have enjoyed our time together and my sort of testimony during this interview.
I hope someone found inspiration and needed my advice.
Thank you for your time,
Author Gloria Hudson

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