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Q & A with Author Chelsey Krause

Hello, Chelsey! Thanks for joining me! What are your ambitions for your writing career? What would your career look like in an ideal world? I have SO many plans, that it sometimes makes my head spin. M'kay. I'd LOVE to be a New York Times bestselling author. Several times over. I want to write books that everyone knows and reads. I'm not interested so much in fame as I am in writing books that people love and want more of.  I plan to write at least 2-3 more chicklit type novels. I have a GREAT thriller novel based partially on my husband's great grandma, who lived in Russia and escaped a Siberian gulag labour camp. I also plan to write a dystopian novel that springs from this one question: what if you had to pass a test in order to have children? It will be set in futuristic North America, where the government is a mix of fertility cults (based on ancient Canaan fertility rites) and totalitarian regimes (like Nazi Germany and North Korea). I'm REALLY excited about th…

Q & A With Author Nicole Evelina

What are your ambitions for your writing career? What would your career look like in an ideal world? For those who don’t know, I’m primarily a historical fiction writer. The contemporary romantic comedy just sort of happened from my desire to see a finding Mr. Right story for those of us over 30 who are still single. I may write more contemporary novels in the future (I have several ideas), but historical fiction is where my heart truly lies. In an ideal world, I’d be the Nora Roberts of historical fiction who happens to write hilarious rom-coms now and again. Of course, I’d be on the NYT and USA Today bestseller lists with every book. Who doesn’t want that? I’d be a full-time author who has the means and time to travel as part of my research and attend several conventions a year.  I really do want to be one of those break-out indies like Coleen Hoover or Bella Andre. I want the success and perks, but I really like being in charge of my own career.
What’s your guilty pleasure TV show? I do…

Found | Elle Field -- Release Day Tour

“How did people even come up with the idea of these dizzying skyscrapers, let alone work out how to make them possible? Whoever built the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building, their legacy will live on forever. What sort of a difference will I ever make?” Who knew one flight could change everything? When Arielle Lockley stepped on the plane at Heathrow, she never realised how different her life would be when she touched down in New York City. Now she’s dealing with that aftermath, as well as trying to find common ground with Etta, her new and unexpected business partner. But, trying to sort out business in London whilst her fiancĂ©, Piers, recovers from surgery in New York, is starting to take its toll on their relationship. Can Arielle and Etta work together to continue Felicity’s legacy without destroying it, and will Arielle and Piers even make it down the aisle to say “I do”? Find out what happens this summer in the final part of the warm and wonderful Arielle Lockley ser…