Today we are talking with Katherine Nelson, author of Escape the Pain to Survive, which is a Christian YA novel she classifies as action/suspense with a hint of sci-fi and romance. It's the first book in The New Waiver trilogy. How did you choose the title?
It was a long process, knowing that there would be three books and wanting a pattern to follow for the titles. I knew the word "Pain" would appear in all three as it is not only a reoccurring theme in the story but also
Today we have Tonja Condray Klein with us talking about Breaking the Shackles, the first of the Rebirth of Eirinth series, which she classifies as Fiction Literature of Epic Fantasy and Action/Adventure. How did you choose the title? Series Title was inspired by the song “Rebirthing” by Skillet. BREAKING THE SHACKLES came from how the characters developed with the action and then my own life dealing with Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis and trying to not let the disease shackle m
Today we're talking with JC Morrows, the author of many YA novels including her newest, A Tragic Consequence, the fourth book in the Order of the Moonstone series. Coming October 2016 pre order HERE How would you describe the book to someone in a text message? “What if Cinderella had been sent to kill the Prince?” Who is your main character and what problem does she face? Kayden is sent to assassinate the Prince of Auralius – but the more she gets to know him, the more she re
Jean Ann Williams, author of Just Claire, enjoys digging into her fascinating childhood to create stories for children. Having written over 100 articles for children and adults, Just Claire is Jean Ann's first book and draws from some of her personal experiences to add a touch of authenticity to the story. About Just Claire How did you choose the title? My main character no longer likes anyone calling her by her full name, ClaireLee. She told her dad, “Call me just Claire.” H