I’m participating in the blog tour for Wade Albert White’s newest title, The Adventurer’s Guide to Dragons (and Why They Keep Biting Me). I had the chance to interview Wadefor this tour, so be sure to keep reading to check out his responses below and to enter the tour giveaway.
I was able to chat with Hanna Nowinski this week to ask her about her debut novel, Meg & Linus. This book has been on my radar for a long time, ever since I heard it was about nerdy LGBTQIA+ characters. I can’t wait to read it! Check out my interview with Hanna below.
I’m participating in the blog tour for Aileen Erin’s newest title, Shattered Pack. I had the chance to interview Aileen for this tour, so be sure to keep reading to check out her responses below and to enter the (international!) tour giveaway.
Title: Spells and Sorcery
Author: S. Usher Evans
Series: Lexie Carrigan Chronicles, #1
Publication date: October 4th 2016
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
You have magic.
One sentence, three words, four syllables. Enough to change my life forever. And I’m not talking about the whole spells and sorcery thing.
Lexie Carrigan thought the weirdest thing about her was she preferred watching documentaries and reading the newspaper to reality TV and Twitter. But on the eve of her fifteenth birthday, her aunt and sisters drop a bomb–she’s magical.
Now the girl who never made waves is blowing up her nightstand and trying to keep from wreaking havoc on her school. When a kind stranger shows up with all the answers, Lexie hopes he’ll be able to help her control her newfound powers. But Gavon may not be as kind as he seems, and soon Lexie finds out that being magical is the least weird thing about her.
Spells and Sorcery is the first YA fantasy from S. Usher Evans, author of the Razia series, the Madion War Trilogy and Empath.
1. Describe your book in 5 words
Teen has magic, chaos ensues
2. What did you learn from researching for your book?
I generally don’t research, that’s why I write fantasy novels. 😄
3. What’s your favorite character you’ve ever written?
That’s a loaded question! I still really like the journey that my space pirate Lyssa goes on during the four books of the Razia series. It’s such a start-and-stop effort that when she finally gets to the end, it’s a great feeling.
I also really like Galian from the Madion War Trilogy because he’s probably the realest dude I’ve seen in literature.
4. When did you know you wanted to become a writer?
I’ve always been a storyteller, and I started putting down novels when I was eleven. I decided to take the plunge and go for it full-time about 2 years ago.
5. What’s your favorite book (or a book you’d recommend to others)?
Thanks for stopping by my blog! Although this isn’t the first interview I’ve shared on my blog, it was the first one I ever did 🙂
About the Author:
S. Usher Evans is an author, blogger, and witty banter aficionado. Born in Pensacola, Florida, she left the sleepy town behind for the fast-paced world of Washington, D.C.. There, she somehow landed jobs with BBC, Discovery Channel, and National Geographic Television before finally settling into a “real job” as an IT consultant. After a quarter life crisis at age 27, she decided consulting was for the birds and rekindled a childhood passion for writing novels. She sold everything she owned and moved back to Pensacola, where she currently resides with her two dogs, Zoe and Mr. Biscuit.
Evans is the author of the Razia series, Madion War Trilogy, and Empath, published by Sun’s Golden Ray Publishing.
Today I have an interview with Nicky Peacock to share with you all. Nicky is the Amazon Best-Selling Author of the Battle of the Undead and the Twisted and the Brave series with Evernight Teen. Her newest book Lost in Wonderland, was released in April.