It’s a New Year and we’re ready to rock and roll! (or at least do a happy dance) To celebrate and ring the new year in right, we’re chatting amongst ourselves. Be sure to tune in and join us while we chat. Tune in Monday, January 13th from 4-6 PM Eastern on Blog Talk Radio!
Barbara Ehrentreu’s first novel, If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor, won second prize in Preditors & Editors as Best Young Adult Book for 2011, and her second novel, After is now available in print. Barbara also writes poetry. She has a book called You’ll Probably Forget Me: Living With and Without Hal, which is a memorial to her deceased husband.She hosts a radio show on Blog Talk Radio, Tales from the Pages, every third Thursday of the month.
Barbara M. Hodges is the author or co-author of 16 works of fiction. She lives on the central coast of California with her husband Jeff and two rescue basset hounds, Heidi and Monty. Her latest work of fiction is the award winning, Hounded By Hate. Her latest work of fiction is the award winning, Hounded By Hate.
Christina Giguere writes under the name Rachel Rueben. Her first novel, Hag, is for young adults. She has written and shared her a romantic suspense novel, Fedleta, on the Cereal Authors blog, and is currently sharing Fedelta two. She has been Dellani’s assistant for over 10 years, and really keeps things running. She also hosts for Karen Vaughan.
Dellani Oakes writes predominantly romance novels, though she leaps into the deep water of romantic suspense, sci-fi and fantasy. Her first novel, Indian Summer, is an historical romance set in Florida. In addition to writing, she hosts two radio shows: Dellani’s Tea Time and What’s Write for Me.
Karen Vaughan’s first novel, Dead on Arrival popped in to her head and the feisty 30 something character Laura wouldn’t leave her alone til her story was written. There are now 7 books in the series, the latest being DEAD TO WRITES. Karen hosts WRITERS ROUND TABLE the second Tuesday of each month. She is also a partner with Viv Drewa in OWL & PUSSYCAT PROMOTIONS. promoting independent authors.