Once upon a time there was a fashion designer and a dragon shifter from another world…
Arianna Travers creates clothing that brings joy to others. Haunted by her mother’s disappearance and tormented by her overlording step uncle, Arianna desires to escape reality even if it’s only through the tip of her charcoal pencil.
royal of Ellehcor, Kyan the dragon shifter spies the forlorn beauty through a magical window to another world. To meet her face to face, he leaves the sanctuary of his home realm and enters the portal, transforming into a dragonfly.
go as planned when Kyan becomes entangled in spider silk. Arianna discovers the little blue dragonfly and rescues him. As a reward, Kyan offers to grant her wishes, but before Arianna can make a wish, the Overlord steals it from her.
As Kyan and Arianna’s relationship blossoms, so does the breadth of the Overlord’s wishes. Kyan strives to save Arianna from her uncle and his devious plans, but what can a dragonfly do?
Welcome to beautiful Frankfort, Michigan the home of author Nicole L. Bates. Rochelle and Nicole discuss the feelings you get while writing a series, writerly advice, and Nicole’s sci-fi world.
Nicole grew up in Northern Michigan, exploring nature and devouring books. She has traveled the U.S., working as a speech-language pathologist in a variety of settings, and even managing an organic farm for two years in Illinois.
Nicole returned to Michigan with her family and now loves running the scenic trails of her home state, reading late into the night, and creating her own stories to share.
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Meet Dawn she’s a reader, writer, artist, poet, yarnie, gnome-lover, Christian, wife, mom, and friend. This is the second time Rochelle interviews her (yes, part of the original interview was deleted). This time Sumi the Wonder-dog pays a visit.
They talk about Dawn’s writing and artistic faith-filled journey beginning young and blossoming in recent years. Dawn is member of several groups including SCBWI and NaNoWriMo. She offers sage advice in a writerly fashion. She has eight books published at this time.
Dawn lives in Ohio with her husband and has degrees and/or diplomas in Humanities, English Literature, Business Management, Travel, and Children’s Literature. She fancies herself a poet, writer, artist, reader, wife, mom, and lover of gnomes, color, yarn, books and God. She tends to see the world through rose-colored glasses and even sometimes, with a luminescent glow.
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.