Tags » Meet The Author

Blog Tour - Little Black Lies by Sharon Bolton

MEET THE AUTHOR

SHARON BOLTON – LITTLE BLACK LIES

OFFICIAL BLOG TOUR 2015

In the Fifth of a series of Meet the Author Interviews I talk to best-selling author Sharon Bolton about… 928 more words

Little Black Lies

Meet the Author: Elizabeth Briggs

Elizabeth Briggs is a full-time geek who writes books for teens and adults. She plays the guitar, mentors at-risk teens, and volunteers with a dog rescue group. 220 more words

Young Adult Authors

David Suzuki Reading (Westdale Theatre)

I had the privilege of hearing David Suzuki speak about his latest book, Letters to My Grandchildren last night in an event sponsored, in part, by Bryan Prince Booksellers.   850 more words

Canadian

Wordpool 2015- A Haunting Read...

MEET THE AUTHOR

The Things We Have In Common by Tasha Kavanagh

Yasmin is desparate for a friend and will do anything to keep one. As she grows more estranged from her family, and struggles to cope with the death of her father, her thoughts and actions towards the beautiful and popular Alice, become ever darker and sinister. 113 more words

Wordpool

Meet the Author: Emily Skrutskie

Emily Skrutskie was born in Massachusetts, grown in Virginia, and forged in the mountains of Colorado. She was raised by astronomers in the same way that some people are raised by wolves, which has instilled her with a deep love of science fiction and all things futuristic. 223 more words

Young Adult Authors

Meet Poet and Painter Duane Kirby Jensen

Duane is the recipient of  the  2013 Mayor’s Arts Award for Artistic Excellence & Contribution to Everett’s Cultural Vitality, a publisher at Three Frogs Swimming Publications, the host  of Everett Poetry Nite, that meets every Thursday night, a painter and a poet.   1,989 more words

Madrona Grove

Meet Connie Cross from Annabelle's Ruth by Betty Thomason Owens

Today, I am very pleased to welcome Connie Cross, the heroine of Annabelle’s Ruth by Betty Thomason Owens. Having just finished reading the novel myself, I have only the highest praise for the story, the author’s writing style, the characterization, and the message. 887 more words

MEET THE AUTHOR