Author Talk: Interview with Sharon Neustadt

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Facebook Author Page: Tales of the Shiny Southpaw

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While on vacation in Benzie county with beautiful Crystal Lake in the background Rochelle Bradley interviews up and coming author Sharon Neustadt. They discuss Celtic steampunk, twin and triplets on quests, NaNoWriMo and SCBWI.

Sharon’s bio: Long-handed writer of stories (mostly fantasies) for middle grade & young adult audiences; SCBWI WI member; Firefly fan; proud momma to 2 awesome kiddos & a Fox Red Lab

Winner of Madison’s Writer’s Institute’s “Poem or Page Contest” for Young Adult Fiction

Release Day!

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Release Day is here!

Release day is today Saturday July 18, 2020 Visit the Writers on the River Facebook page to participate in raffle baskets, giveaways, readings and other release day shenanigans. 

Buy links:

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3fPfQtn 

Book Description:

Take Two: A Collection of Second Chance Stories

Take Two: A Collection of Second Chance Stories is an anthology of from the authors of Writers on the River. Love and life get another chance in these tales that will warm your heart and make you fall in love again. 

The proceeds of this anthology will go to Thistle Farms, a non-profit organization located in Nashville, Tennessee that helps women survivors of violence, sex trafficking, prostitution and addiction. 

Some stories guaranteed are by the following authors with more authors joining mission: 

Rochelle Bradley ,  Tricia AndersenJ.M. Walker  ,  Dania VossMissy Davis,  Miranda ShanklinHeather D’AgostinoJane Charles   ,  Beverly Ovalle, Maggie Adams, Tabetha Waite  , Dawn Brower  , Julie Berghammer,, C.A. Harms  , CE Johnson, CJ Baty, AJ Renee, Amabel Daniels  , Dakota Trace  , Sutton Bishop ), Anna Hague  , Kate Hawthorne , J.E. Mueller, and Shannyn Schroeder

Goodreads book link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50397285-take-two 

Website: http://writersontheriver.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/writersontheriveril/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/Writersonriver

Take Two

Can Lynette and Les put the past behind them and find their happily ever after?

Listen to a snippet in this Tuesday Teaser.

Here We Go Again a Fortuna, Texas short story in the Take Two: a Second Chance anthology by Writers on the River benefiting Thistle Farms.

Lynette Dart (Cole’s sister) had no intention to see her first love again. There are too many painful memories and a secret. But when Les (Ben’s brother) returns to Fortuna, her heart aches to rekindle the relationship.

Les Moore hadn’t planned on bumping into his ex let alone rescuing her. Yet holding her once more feels right, even if seven years ago she’d abandoned him in his hour of need.

Author Talk: Interview with Beth Honeycutt Part 2

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Rochelle Bradley, author of the Fortuna, Texas series, interviews YA paranormal romance and YA horror author Beth Honeycutt. They talk author community, writing advice and encouragement, #NaNoWriMo, and what’s coming next. 

Author bio: A professional writer and editor, Beth has written everything from poetry and short stories to proposals for government contracts, science textbooks, and standardized tests (yes, you have her to thank for those!). Her real love is writing fiction, though, especially YA.

She loves to travel and has been to nine different countries (more if you count layovers!). At home or abroad, she can usually be found with her head in a book or madly scribbling down ideas for a book of her own. She loves spending time with family, stories of all kinds, and happy endings. She firmly believes in the enduring power of love.

Author Talk: Interview with Beth Honeycutt Part 1

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Watch the interview on YouTube

Rochelle Bradley, author of the Fortuna, Texas series, interviews YA paranormal romance and YA horror author Beth Honeycutt. They talk indie publishing, major awards, next-to-be-published stories, divine inspiration, #NaNoWriMo, and self-image issues. 

Author bio: A professional writer and editor, Beth has written everything from poetry and short stories to proposals for government contracts, science textbooks, and standardized tests (yes, you have her to thank for those!). Her real love is writing fiction, though, especially YA.

She loves to travel and has been to nine different countries (more if you count layovers!). At home or abroad, she can usually be found with her head in a book or madly scribbling down ideas for a book of her own. She loves spending time with family, stories of all kinds, and happy endings. She firmly believes in the enduring power of love.

Author Talk: Interview with C.J.Baty

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One thing C.J. has learned from life and she is often heard to say is: “You are never too old to follow your dream!”

C.J.’s website: https://www.cjbaty.com/ 

Twitter: cbaty

Facebook page: CJ-Baty-Author

Blog: C.J.’s Blog

Grace Augustine: https://www.facebook.com/grace.au.372

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Rochelle Bradley, author of the Fortuna, Texas series, interviews m/m murder mystery, m/m paranormal romance author CJ Baty. They talk pros & cons of publishing, Americana history, the Pinkerton series, the ghost train, gay dragon shifters, co-writing, and fan fiction.

Author Bio: C. J. Baty lives in southwest Ohio. Her heart however, lives in the mountains of Tennessee where she hopes to retire some day. The mountains have always provided her with inspiration and a soothing balm to the stresses of everyday life.

The dream of writing her own stories started in high school but was left on the back burner of life until her son introduced her to fan fiction and encouraged her to give it a try. She found that her passion for telling a story was still there and writing them down to share with others was much more thrilling than she had ever expected.

She has a loving and supportive family who doesn’t mind fixing their own meals when she is in the middle of a story, and a network of friends, who have encouraged and cheered her on in her quest of being an author.