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#Mother’sDayMagic. A book anthology for a very good cause. An interview with Allyson R. Abbott (@AllysonRAbbott)

Hi all:

If you follow my blog you know I’ve been talking about this anthology for a while. Mother’s Day in the US is this weekend, and one of my author friends, Tamara Ferguson, told me about an initiative she was taking part in. A wonderful collection of books to commemorate mother’s everywhere, and for a very good cause, to support the research of Multiple Sclerosis. She also gave me the opportunity of getting to know some of the writers. Today is the last interview I bring you of another British writer whom you will love to meet. A true character. Allyson R. Abbott.

Mother's Day Magic

Mother’s day Magic…

with love

Every mother’s heart holds a bit of magic…her children’s love. Enchantment awaits in a dozen brand new, previously unpublished-stories, written by #1 bestselling and/or multi-award winning authors from across the globe. Whether it’s a captivating tale of romance or fiction fashioned from loving memories, these poignant stories are sure to touch your heart.

10% of proceeds from this anthology will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society toward research.

Links:

http://www.mybook.to/MothersDayMagic

Amazon

USA http://amzn.to/1QBkiXk

UK http://amzn.to/1QBkiXn

CAN http://amzn.to/1QBkhTw

AUS http://bit.ly/1QBkiXs

iTunes

USA: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1077026791

UK: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/id1077026791

CAN: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/id1077026791

AUs: https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/id1077026791

NZL: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/book/id1077026791

Barnes and Noble

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/2940152738933

Kobo:

https://store.kobobooks.com/Search/Query?fcmedia=Book&query=9781524222727

AN INTERVIEW WITH Allyson R. Abbott One of the Authors FROM MOTHER’S DAY MAGIC Anthology

Author Allyson R. Abbott
Author Allyson R. Abbott

#1 Best Seller and 4 times 5★ seal award from Readers’ favorite

 

The Story I’ve Contributed Is An English Rose. A Mother’s  Love, A Love Inspired

An English Rose. A Mother's Love, A Love Inspired by Allyson R. Abbott
An English Rose. A Mother’s Love, A Love Inspired by Allyson R. Abbott

At eighty-five, Rose fears her usefulness and independence are shrinking. Her grown daughters have full lives, and Rose worries if she’s a burden to them. After meeting Bill, a spark of laughter and purpose comes flooding back into her routine, especially when her happy healthy family reveal a few cracks and turn to her for advice and support. And Rose blossoms, opening her heart to accept new challenges.

Allyson R. Abbott, British romance author, always finds a way of encouraging the reader to become attached to her characters. Using wit, humour and real life situations the protagonists could be your friend or neighbour.

 

What Was The Inspiration For Your Mother’s Day Magic Story?

My own mother. She is a great inspiration for me, even at 86yrs old, she is always on the go and her social life is more active than mine, even though she is visually impaired. She has a wicked sense of humour and laughs at everything, enjoying all she can in life.

 

How much research was involved in writing your story? How did you go about it?

I just sat and thought about my mum, it was easy and pleasurable.

 

How often do your characters surprise you by doing or saying something totally unexpected?

I’m a panster, and write as I go along. Bill, In An English Rose, was a total surprise, he came out of nowhere, but is such a loveable, jolly character.

 

Do you miss spending time with your characters when you finish writing this story?

I have a habit of trying to think about a follow up book, to keep the characters alive.  I just can’t let go. I am the character, when I am writing, so I know they have so much more to give. I find it hard to remove myself from a book.

 

  What writer has been your biggest inspiration?

I am great lover of the classics, especially by Charles Dickens and Jane Austen. I love the way they subtly use humour. Most of my books have a humorous element. I also enjoy a Lee Child book and now, of course, having found his books, Cary Allen Stone. I am always in awe of writers who can weave a good plot. To round of my inspirations, I also need to add Janet Evanovich to my list. I love a book that makes me laugh out loud, and the Stephanie Plum series are so funny, I have read them all. I have just found a new author, Aimee Horton, her book Mother’s Ruined, had me howling with laughter. 

 

What non-writer had the most influence on your life and why?

My husband, only recently married, but he has such faith in my abilities and is so supportive, he makes me believe that I can do anything. When you have someone at your side to lean on and trusts you explicably, if gives your live a boost and opens so many doors. 

How important is the choosing of character names to you? Have you ever decided on a name and then changed it because it wasn’t right for the character?

The name of the character usually pops into my head as I write. If it doesn’t I will just leave a line XXXXXX until it reveals itself to me.  As most of my writing is about people over 40yrs old, and sometime a lot older.  I often think of friends or relatives names, of that era, that will suit my characters.

Do you allow others to read your work in progress, or do you keep it a secret until you’ve finished your first draft?

I usually share my work with my husband, by reading it aloud to him.  This also helps me to edit it. If it is clumsy in speech or just doesn’t sound right then I can change.

 

What inspired you to write your first book? 

For the first time in my life I actually found I had time on my hands. I had always wanted to have a go at writing a book, I think most people do, but I realised that there was an indie movement, and now was a good time. When my niece-in-law to be, celebrated her first published book, it took me by surprise.  It gave me a push. I thought if my niece can do, so can I.  So I took pen to paper and started writing.

What might we be surprised to know about you?

I like nothing more than to sit in an English pub with a pint of real ale in my hand. I really miss a good British beer, during my travels. I spend most of my time on the road, or at least abroad somewhere, flitting from one continent to another.  It is a great life.

 

In Addition

An English Rose, was inspired by my mother. She is 86yrs old and has macular degeneration and is now registered as blind.  Along with her deteriorating hearing, diabetes, asthma and extremely delicate thin skin, she drags herself to church every Sunday to make her peace with God. Her middle name is Rose, and she is a happy and active senior. Now she has a mobility scooter, she is never at home. Nothing seems to slow her enthusiasm for life down. Losing her sight has stopped her from her many hobbies of Green Bowling, painting, pottery, sewing, reading, but she still struggles on with her knitting, and laughs about all the air-holes that appear through dropped stiches. She talks about her numbered days, and then books a holiday abroad.  I just love her to pieces.

The fabulous line up of Mother's Day Magic
The fabulous line up of Mother’s Day Magic

About the Author

I love to travel, but I also need to work. Being an author allows me to combine both of activities and has the added bonus of life being an adventure. I never know where I will be sitting writing from one year to the next. As I write this, I am in South Africa, in February I travel to Spain for a few months and by June, in the USA. It is a great life, if you don’t mind a little insecurity.

I try to bring a little of my adventurous personality into my stories. Being a ‘mature aging gracefully’ woman, I feel akin to the problems of aging and relationships. I spent many years on my own before finding my truly remarkable and very patient partner who I happily gave up my whole world for. My stories are about mature relationships with mature people. People who have character and humour, who have a history; people just like us.

I like to call it Hen Lit, Not Chick Lit, but they are not just about falling in love. They are about real relationships and adventure.

Allyson R. Abbott's Hen Lit
Allyson R. Abbott’s Hen Lit
Goodbye, Hello by Allyson R. Abbott
Goodbye, Hello by Allyson R. Abbott

LINKS:

Email Address Allyson.Abbott@hotmail.com

Webpage http://www.AllysonRAbbott.com

http://bit.ly/1NopBMl

Twitter https://twitter.com/AllysonRAbbott

http://bit.ly/1E180bd

Facebook www.facebook.com/AllysonRAbbott

http://on.fb.me/1gRmOOY

Pinterest                             https://www.pinterest.com/aabbott0517/

http://bit.ly/1TPJ5P4

LinkedIn                              www.linkedin.com/in/AllysonRAbbott

Google Play                       http://bit.ly/1NBlDxP

Goodreads                         www.goodreads.com/AllysonRAbbott

Blog Page                            http://allysonrabbott.blogspot.co.uk/

http://bit.ly/1z8f6Te

Google+                             http://google.com/+AllysonRAbbott

 

Thanks so much to Allyson R. Abbott for talking about her contribution to Mother’s Day Magic, thank to Tamara Ferguson for this opportunity, and you know what to do, like, share, comment and of course, CLICK!

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#Mother’sDayMagic. A book anthology for a very good cause. Interview with author Anna Celeste Burke (@aburke59).

Hi all:

As you know, Mother’s Day in the US is around the corner, and one of my author friends, Tamara Ferguson, told me about an initiative she was taking part in. A wonderful collection of books to commemorate mother’s everywhere, and for a very good cause. So I knew you’d like to know about it. Better still, rather than just talk about the collection, she gave me the opportunity of getting to know some of the writers. And today, it’s the turn of a writer I know from several groups but I hadn’t had a chance to catch up in my blog. And now I know she’ll have to visit again…

Mother's Day Magic

Mother’s day Magic…

with love

Every mother’s heart holds a bit of magic…her children’s love. Enchantment awaits in a dozen brand new, previously unpublished-stories, written by #1 bestselling and/or multi-award winning authors from across the globe. Whether it’s a captivating tale of romance or fiction fashioned from loving memories, these poignant stories are sure to touch your heart.

10% of proceeds from this anthology will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society toward research.

Links:

http://www.mybook.to/MothersDayMagic

Amazon

USA http://amzn.to/1QBkiXk

UK   http://amzn.to/1QBkiXn

CAN http://amzn.to/1QBkhTw

AUS http://bit.ly/1QBkiXs

iTunes

USA: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1077026791

UK: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/id1077026791

CAN: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/id1077026791

AUs: https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/id1077026791

NZL: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/book/id1077026791

Barnes and Noble

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/2940152738933

Kobo:

https://store.kobobooks.com/Search/Query?fcmedia=Book&query=9781524222727

 

AN INTERVIEW WITH Anna Celeste Burke Bestselling and Award-Winning Author

One of the Authors FROM MOTHER’S DAY MAGIC

Bestselling author of the Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mystery series and the Corsario Cove mystery series; Prequel to the Jessica Huntington Series Voted a TOP 50 Indie Book worth reading in 2015

 

The Story I’ve Contributed Is Maddie’s Project

Maddie's Project by Anna Celeste Burke
Maddie’s Project by Anna Celeste Burke

Laura’s mother, Maddie, led a life bursting at the seams, filled with family and a million projects. May changed everything. More than a decade later, Laura reflects on Maddie’s biggest project, and how it changed all their lives. Maddie Powers was a warrior—an imperfect hero, but a hero, nevertheless.

 

What Was The Inspiration For Your Mother’s Day Magic Story?

Maddie’s Project is an offshoot of the forthcoming book in the Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mystery series. That book is about Beverly Windsor, A DEAD MOTHER. Like all the books in the series A DEAD HUSBAND, A DEAD SISTER, and A DEAD DAUGHTER the murder mystery centers on social relationships, family dynamics, and women’s issues—not just whodunit but why. In A DEAD MOTHER, Beverly Windsor’s death has Jessica and her friend Laura pondering the mysteries surrounding their own mothers, both of whom have been challenged to face cancer and responded in very different ways. In the past year we’ve lost a lot of interesting people to cancer and several people in my life have dealt with cancer, so some of my inspiration is more personal.

How much research was involved in writing your story? How did you go about it?

Writing fiction requires odd kinds of research. I knew I needed to check various sites on the Internet to make sure I was using correct terms for medical issues related to cancer treatment now, and in the past. The timelines for the mothers in this story are 20 years apart and a good deal has happened. What surprised me was how often in the first draft of the story I used references to technology, movies, or video games that weren’t around twenty years ago. That was the mid-1990s so I’m not talking ancient history, but when I checked out those elements of my story, I had to make a lot changes. For example, in my first draft Laura asked her mother about using “earbuds” with her “iPod” to help her relax. In the mid-90s there was no iPod [released 2001] and earbuds were introduced along with the iPod, so no earbuds, either.

How often do your characters surprise you by doing or saying something completely unexpected?

Laura, one of the characters in Maddie’s Project, is always a surprise to me. On the surface, she’s one of the least quirky members of Jessica’s sleuthing friends—the cat pack, as they refer to themselves. Laura is often willing to confront Jessica, to make an observation about her friend that is telling, or to reveal a side to herself that isn’t as staid and dependable as she seems to be. All of the characters in the books have changed in unexpected ways over the course of the series. Short answer: YES!

Do you miss spending time with your characters when you finish writing this story?

Yes. Especially Maddie Powers who is a new character. I would love to write more about her. 

What writer has been your biggest inspiration?

I have so many favorites among authors who write about mystery and women’s issues, it’s hard to pick one as my biggest inspiration. Agatha Christie is an important source of inspiration for anyone who writes in the cozy mystery genre. Other authors with women sleuths are also inspirations, like Sara Paretsky’s V.I. Warshawski, Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Milhone, Jonnie Jacob’s Kali O’Brien and Rebecca Forster’s Josie Bates. Janet Evanovich has inspired my interest to add humor and the romance into my mystery stories—not just the Jessica Huntington series but my new series of cozy mysteries in Corsario Cove. There are so many writers in my circle of friends, like you, Tamara, Dianne Harman, and others who inspire by fighting the good fight every day trying to juggle the demands of writing and reaching readers. 

What non-writer had the most influence on your life And why?

My first love was science, so a lot of the early influences were scientists. That included women like Marie Curie and Margaret Mead. There have been a lot of women who mentored and supported me when I decided to go into social science. 

How important is the choosing of character names to you? Have you ever decided on a name and then changed it because it wasn’t right for the character?

Names are important for many reasons. In Jessica Huntington’s case, for example, the Huntington name is one that resonates with old wealth in California. That’s important since it’s part of her backstory and it’s key to the character arc that she’s traveling as the series unfolds. Poor, slightly spoiled, rich girl with a shopping addiction comes to grips with the fact that money can’t buy happiness. A name for a character also has to fit in with all the other characters, of course, so there aren’t two characters with the same or names so similar they make it difficult for readers to keep them straight.

Do you allow others to read your work in progress, or do you keep it a secret until you’ve finished your first draft?

I have several people who read first drafts, usually once that draft is complete or nearly complete. I also have beta readers who read proof copies.

What inspired you to write your first book? 

My first fiction book was a horror story called DayRunner—remember those? In the book, a woman becomes consumed with, and then by, the scheduler she carries around with her. It begins to take over, putting darker and deadlier items on her “to do” list. I found fiction writing was a great way to counter the constraints imposed by the writing I was doing as a professor and social scientist. Writing fiction, where I could just make stuff up, was wildly entertaining!

What might we be surprised to know about you?

I married a rock musician, but I once considered a career as an opera singer. 

 

I’m glad to have had the chance to tell Maddie’s story. She’s a great mom under very difficult circumstances—a warrior and a hero in an everyday sort of way. Here’s to all the women who have to do the same!

The fabulous line up of Mother's Day Magic
The fabulous line up of Mother’s Day Magic

About the author:

Anna Celeste Burke
Anna Celeste Burke

Life is an extravaganza! Figuring out how to hang tough and make the most of the wild ride is the challenge. On my way to Oahu, to join the rock musician and high school drop-out I had married in Tijuana, I was nabbed as a runaway. Eventually, the police let me go, but the rock band broke up. Our next stop: Disney World, where we ‘worked for the Mouse’ as chefs, courtesy of Walt Disney World University Chef’s School training. More education landed us in academia at The Ohio State University. For decades, I researched, wrote, and taught a number of gloriously nerdy topics. Retired now, I’m still married to the same, sweet, guy and live with him near Palm Springs, California. I write mysteries set in sunny California! The Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mystery series, set here in the Coachella Valley, the Corsario Cove Cozy Mystery Series set in California’s Central Coast, and The Georgie Shaw Cozy Mystery series set in the OC. Coming soon, The Misadventures of Betsy Stark that also take place, here, in the Coachella Valley.

LINKS RE ANNA CELESTE BURKE

JOIN ME AT…

TWITTER:                             https://twitter.com/aburke59

FACEBOOK AUTHOR PAGE:   https://www.facebook.com/annacelesteburke

WEBSITE:                              http://www.desertcitiesmystery.com/

BLOG PAGE:                         http://www.desertcitiesmystery.com/#!blog/c1dh1

GOODREADS:                       https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7553558.Anna_Celeste_Burke

AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE:  http://amzn.to/1YKls8I

Book Links:

Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mysteries by Anna Celeste Burke
Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mysteries by Anna Celeste Burke

Jessica Huntington Desert Cities Mystery Series, Books 1-3 @ http://amzn.to/1YKlqxu

Love a Foot Above the Ground by Anna Celeste Burke
Love a Foot Above the Ground by Anna Celeste Burke

Love a Foot Above the Ground, Prequel to Jessica Huntington Series @ http://smarturl.it/loveabove

Cowabunga Christmas! by Anna Celeste Burke
Cowabunga Christmas! by Anna Celeste Burke

Cowabunga Christmas! Corsario Cove Cozy Mystery 1 @ http://smarturl.it/cove1

Thanks so much to Anna Celeste Burke for talking about her contribution to Mother’s Day Magic, thank to Tamara Ferguson for this opportunity, and you know what to do, like, share, comment and of course, CLICK!

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#Mother’sDayMagic And incredible collection of books for a very good cause. Today Tamara Ferguson (@Tammysdragonfly)

Hi all:

As you know on Fridays I bring you new books and projects. I love to feature joint collections where several authors combine their books to offer variety and incredible value-for-money. It’s also a great chance to meet new writers that you’ll likely want to follow from then on, all under one roof.

Although I’ve featured some collections in the past, thanks to Tamara Ferguson who is a fellow author in one of the groups I frequent, I have the opportunity to bring you a great collection Mother’s Day Magic and not only that, but also to introduce you a few of the writers participating on the project. I’ll be sharing some insight information, interviews, etc, in the weeks to come, but I thought Tamara would be the best person to introduce us to this collection.

The floor is yours.

Mother’s day Magic…

with love

Mother's Day Magic

Every mother’s heart holds a bit of magic…her children’s love. Enchantment awaits in a dozen brand new, previously unpublished-stories, written by #1 bestselling and/or multi-award winning authors from across the globe. Whether it’s a captivating tale of romance or fiction fashioned from loving memories, these poignant stories are sure to touch your heart.

10% of proceeds from this anthology will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society toward research.

Links: 

The Facebook event:

http://www.mybook.to/MothersDayMagic

Amazon: 

USA http://amzn.to/1QBkiXk

UK   http://amzn.to/1QBkiXn

CAN http://amzn.to/1QBkhTw

AUS http://bit.ly/1QBkiXs

nook

Kobo

Itunes:

USA: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1077026791

UK: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/id1077026791

CAN: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/id1077026791

AUs: https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/id1077026791

NZL: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/book/id1077026791

 

Author Tamara Ferguson
Author Tamara Ferguson

AN INTERVIEW WITH Tamara Ferguson One of the Authors FROM MOTHER’S DAY MAGIC

#1 Bestselling & Multi-award winning author of the Romance Reviews Readers’ Choice Award in new adult romance

The Story I’ve Contributed Is

Two Hearts Unspoken (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance II) by Tamara Ferguson
Two Hearts Unspoken (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance II) by Tamara Ferguson

TWO HEARTS UNSPOKEN

(Two hearts wounded warrior romance ii)

Retired air force captain and wounded warrior, Zach Logan, discovers that his scars are more than skin deep, when he falls in love with Beth Bowen; the lovely single mother of an autistic son. Could these two lonely people discover that love is that something unspoken that’s been missing from their lives?

 

What Was The Inspiration For Your Mother’s Day Magic Story?

I’m the single mom of a severely Autistic son. The story allows me to give some insight—not only about autism, but about the problems associated with his funding.

 

How much research was involved in writing your story? How did you go about it?

Not too much research—I decided to write about what I know—since I’m currently involved in a bunch of other writing projects. As far at the wounded warrior aspect—I also watch a lot of CNN—so the world’s problems always seem to be on my mind. My oldest son is a licensed athletic trainer and therapist, so the medical issues are much easier to research when you have your own personal consultant!

 

How often do your characters surprise you by doing or saying something totally unexpected?

All the time—my story is completely different from the story I intended to write! Sometimes the story just takes off in its own direction, and you have to go with the flow.

Do you miss spending time with your characters when you finish writing this story?

Definitely! That’s why I love writing series romance—many of my previous characters are popping up in each new story I write. 

What writer has been your biggest inspiration?

Nora Roberts, Linda Howard & Mary Balogh are the 3 writers I’m the most inspired by—each in a different way—because their stories strike me the most emotionally. 

What non-writer had the most influence on your life And why?

Probably my grandmother—I was the only daughter in two generations—so she pretty much spoiled me rotten—but she was also someone who inspired me to think that anything was possible.

How important is the choosing of character names to you? Have you ever decided on a name and then changed it because it wasn’t right for the character?

Names are very important to me—yes I change them if they don’t feel right! I also relate my cover pictures to my characters as closely as possible. This is the salesperson in me! First impressions are very important to the reader (speaking as someone who used to read 7-10 novels per week before I began writing!!) 

Do you allow others to read your work in progress, or do you keep it a secret until you’ve finished your first draft?

No one usually asks to read my stories while they’re still in progress! 

What inspired you to write your first book?

My son was supposed to enter a vocational program after he graduated from his specialized education, but this fell through because of Illinois’ budget cuts. My plans for expanding my own business were put on hold—since I had to take care of my son full-time. Writing is like therapy for me—and keeps me from thinking about the what-ifs in my life that I can’t do anything about. So the unexpected success I’ve been having has come as a complete surprise for me.

What might we be surprised to know about you?

Besides the fact that I’m a full-time caregiver of my youngest son—who’s severely autistic and an insulin dependent diabetic? There’s not a whole lot of choice in the matter because of the funding in the state of Illinois. That’s why I used this novella to bring up a few of the worries parents like myself are facing with the budget cuts being proposed by the new governor.

But there are also hidden joys in to found in the raising of a special kid—which I also touch base about in my story!

Otherwise, I have a ton of hobbies—including home improvement (I built an addition and put a new roof on the house—so big time home improvement, here)—gardening, cooking, floral arranging—all which I never seem to have time for anymore!

 

The fabulous line up of Mother's Day Magic
The fabulous line up of Mother’s Day Magic

About the Author

A member of the Romance Writers of America, Tamara Ferguson is the top-ten best-selling, multi-award winning author of the Kissed By Fate Romance Series and the Tales of The Dragonfly Romance Suspense Series.

Her latest release is Two Hearts Surrendered. This military romance was her contribution to the bestselling Magical Weddings anthology, which included stories by fifteen USA Today, best-selling, and award-winning authors. Two Hearts Surrendered recently earned 3-5★reviews from Readers’ Favorite, and has just become a #1 Wounded Warrior Romance Bestseller, Kindle Book and Series.

Tales of the Dragonfly Book I: In Tandem was a romance finalist at the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards, while Tales of the Dragonfly Book II: In Flight was a 2014 WINNER at the Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards. Her latest release, That Unforgettable Kiss was recently a top ten Amazon bestseller in Kindle Saga Fiction, earned 3-5★editorial reviews from Readers’ Favorite, and has just become the 2015 WINNER of The Romance Reviews Readers’ Choice Awards in New Adult Romance.

That Unforgettable Kiss is currently featured in the #5 bestselling A Touch Of Passion, 12 full-length novels by USA Today, New York Times bestselling and multi-award winning authors. This anthology is also a #1 New Adult Romance Bestseller, as well as a New Adult Bestseller.

A graduate of Illinois State University, Tamara Ferguson was a Vice-President of her graduating class and a Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. She was awarded the Illinois State University College of Applied Science and Technology Collegiate Achievement Award upon her graduation.

Since she remains a full-time caregiver for an autistic son, you can usually find Tammy working at home, where she spends a lot of time not completing her numerous home improvement projects, because she’s writing or helping indie authors promote their books on twitter. A former horticulturist, she currently resides in central Illinois.

Tamara Ferguson

Never Underestimate the Power of a Kiss 💋

Tamara Ferguson

Multi-Award Winning, #1 Bestselling Author of

Contemporary Romance Suspense, New Adult Romance, & Military Romance-

Two Hearts Surrendered.

#1 Wounded Warrior Romance Bestseller, Kindle Book & Series

2015 Romance Reviews Readers' Choice Award Winner

That Unforgettable Kiss-New Adult Romance

 2015 Romance Reviews Readers’ Choice Award WINNER

 

 

Tamara’s Blog “Tammys Dragonfly”
Tamara on Amazon
Tamara on Twitter: @Tammysdragonfly
Tamara on Facebook
Tamara on G+
Tamara on LinkedIn
Tamara on Goodreads
Tamara E-mail
Kissed by Fate on Facebook
Kissed by Fate homepage
Tales of the Dragonfly homepage

Other Books:

Tales of the Dragonfly In Tandem (Book I)

http://bookShow.me/B00BAWL28Q

Tales of the Dragonfly In Flight (Book II) Rerelease-revised & new cover in April 2016(Blue Harvest Creative)

http://bookShow.me/B00IADV5M6

That Unforgettable Kiss (Kissed By Fate Books 1)

http://bookShow.me/B00OMGW8V2

A Touch of Passion (With That Unforgettable Kiss)

✿ Amazon: http://BookShow.me/B017DVII20 
✿ Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/a-touch-of-passion-1
✿ Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/589307

✿ Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27397672-a-touch-of-passion?ac=1

✿ Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-touch-of-passion-boxed-set/id1054833135?mt=11

✿ Nook http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-touch-of-passion-uvi-poznansky/1122885381?ean=2940152687675

Two Heart Surrendered (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance I)

http://bookShow.me/B016VYD1AE  

Magical Weddings (With Two Hearts Surrendered)

http://bookShow.me/B00Y1PUA3W

Coming Soon: Two Hearts Undone (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance III)

(Annie Acorn Publishing)

 

Social media long links/web page address etc.

Tamara’s Blog         https://Tammysdragonfly.wordpress.com/
Tamara on Amazon       http://www.TamaraFerguson.com
Tamara on Twitter: @Tammysdragonfly     https://twitter.com/Tammysdragonfly
Tamara on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tamara-Ferguson/579374595502809

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Tamara on Goodreads    https://www.goodreads.com/httpgoodreadscomtamara_ferguson
Tamara E-mail                                Tammysdragonfly@gmail.com
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I’ve featured the Magical Weddings Anthology before (see here) and personally I can say I’m impressed by all of Tamara’s achievements and for pushing through with her writing no matter what.

Thanks so much to Tamara for this introduction to the collection and for such an open-hearted and honest interview and thanks to your for reading. As I mentioned before I’ll be sharing some more features about some of the other authors in coming weeks. In the meantime, don’t forget to like, share, comment and CLICK!

 

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