Thursday, 1 November 2012

Cover Reveal for 'Wicked Fate' by Tabatha Vargo!

What if you lived in fear of yourself? For Mage McPherson being afraid of herself is just the norm. Thanks to that fear, being a loner in a small town never bothered the mysterious Mage. Once she received her secret abilities, she figured being alone was the safest way to be. That all changes during her sophomore year at Summerville High when Adam, her equally mysterious secret crush, starts to notice her. Afraid that she might harm Adam, Mage must learn to either control or deny herself. With Adam by her side she's more powerful than she’s ever been, but is she powerful enough to defeat her worst nightmare? She learns a hard lesson about love and magic when her destiny comes to collect. 

Where you can stalk her (in a good way of course!) :
Facebook: HERE!
Twitter: HERE!
Blog: HERE!
Goodreads: HERE! 

Friday, 19 October 2012

Review for 'Protecting Truth' by Michelle Warren!

Protecting Truth (The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy, #2)Protecting Truth by Michelle Warren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

‘Protecting Truth’ is the second instalment of the ‘Seraphina Parrish Trilogy,’ by the amazing writer, Michelle Warren. I cannot express how long I have been sitting in anticipation for this book to read on my Kindle! Wander Dust left me anxiously waiting for more, so when Protecting Truth was finally released, I couldn’t wait to start it! Thank you Michelle for letting me review it for you! Michelle’s writing is magnificent; the world she has created is fabulous. If only it were real, if only, if only! The idea of being a Wanderer, being able to time travel to any point in time, is just incredible!

Primarily, let me just say this… I am literally in shock. I cannot believe what I have just read. Michelle... Protecting Truth was fantastic!! But I am in total shock. Shock, shock, shock. I get way too emotionally involved in books...

Okay, now that that is out of my system, I can carry on! This story is told through Sera’s point of view. She is a strong, independent character, who I feel I am able to connect to easily due to her personality. When it comes to people she cares about, she is loving. If the people she cares about are in danger, she is fearless. You can clearly infer how much Sera has grown as an individual. The character, Turner, who we learn is the amazingly handsome, Bishop’s, twin brother. He is a very intriguing guy; you can never tell what he is thinking, however he is a smart and striking character, one whom you feel instantly drawn to.

Now, if you though Wander Dust was full of secrets and mystery, you have not seen anything yet! Things are revealed that just shock you. Yes, the shock I mentioned earlier is partly due to this. Secrets and mysteries are unveiled within this book. Many, you would not see coming. Well, I most certainly didn’t, and I can usually guess a couple! That fact just shows how what an utterly amazing, and talented writer Michelle Warren is! Let me say this. When it got to the end of the book, ‘things’ happened that had me wanting to throw my Kindle at the wall. Yes, I said already I get over-emotionally involved with books; I can’t help it. I’m an avid book reader; it’s practically in the description. So, yes, the ending was one that I did not expect.

Protecting Truth was full of mystery, romance, suspense and anticipation. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment that I spent reading it! There are numerous twists and turns in the plot, leaving you hanging and craving to read more. So, if you haven't read this book (or Wander Dust), go and do so. Now. Amazon. B&N. Etc. Now. Open that New Tab. Just do it. Now. Haha!

Protecting Truth is awarded a massive FIVE STARS! Thank you ever so much, Michelle, for letting me review Protecting Truth! I loved ever second! I am now anticipating, not so patiently, for book number three…That cliff-hanger. Oh my!

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Sunday, 30 September 2012

Review for 'Crossroads' by Mary Ting! :)

Crossroads (Crossroads Saga, #1)Crossroads by Mary Ting
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

‘Crossroads’ by Mary Ting was a refreshing, easy read. I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The characters were lovable, especially Michael! You witness Claudia blossom into a more mature individual and the romance between these two characters was beautiful! The storyline flowed easily, the writing was beautiful and the imagery created was gorgeous. I read Crossroads in less than a day. I was hooked; I really could not put it down! This was a fabulous holiday beach read! I cannot wait to see what book two has in-store! I would recommend this book to any angel lovers out there!

I have rated this book 5*!


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Saturday, 29 September 2012

Review for 'Bound (Unleashed #1)' by Lee Taylor!

Bound (Unleashed #1)Bound by Lee Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bound (Unleashed #1), is a shifter book with a twist. Ursine’s world turned upside down; he finds himself with a ‘gift’ that feels, to him, like an impossible burden to bear (pun intended)!! We follow Si, as his journey continues as he reaches his destiny. Along the way, he finds himself unexpectedly married to a demon, Tessa, who was not happy about that! In the second book, I really hope to see a romance spark between the two, maybe? Ursine’s witty, comical humour and smart comebacks had me giggling all the way through. I found Tessa likeable; her attitude, I found, was absolutely hilarious, in a “I’m a demon, don’t mess with me” kinda way!

Overall, I found this book to be very interesting. I actually hadn’t had much interest in shifter books; however, after reading this book by Lee Taylor, I’m actually going to try out other shifter tales!

I award this book a 5* review!

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Friday, 28 September 2012

MORE Blogtour with T. M. Franklin!!!

Q&A with T.M!

Katie: Would you mind telling us a little bit about yourself?
I’m a wife of one man, mother of two (well, one’s only a teenager, but he’s on his way. LoL!) I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and worked as a TV News producer for nine years before my younger son was born. I did some freelance writing after that, and eventually got my real estate license.

I wrote and queried a novel which really pretty much stunk, but one of the agents who rejected it (and me) advised me to keep on writing and try to get better at it. So I did. I started writing fan fiction, and last fall participated in National Novel Writing Month, which is where MORE was born.
Katie: What is your book about?
MORE is about Ava Michaels, a college student who’s haunted by terrifying nightmares and is certain she’s being watched. She finds an unlikely ally in her physics tutor, Caleb Foster, but Caleb isn’t quite what he seems. Together, they face a threat from an ancient race bent on Ava’s capture, and possible extinction. As Ava fights to survive, she learns the world’s not what she thought, and Caleb has to choose between his duty, and what he thinks is right.

Katie: If you could have lunch with one person, who would it be, and why?
I think I’d have to say Paul McCartney. I’m kind of a huge Beatles fan, and I’d love to hear some of his stories.

Katie: What is your favourite colour?
Red. It always has been. I generally prefer bright colors. Probably because I’m surrounded by gray so much of the year, living in the Pacific Northwest.

Katie: Which character is your favourite and why?
Oh, that’s a difficult question. I suppose I’d have to say Caleb. He’s a good guy, brought up to believe in what he’s doing, but he’s also got a mind of his own. Plus, he’s kind of swoony, at least to me!

Katie: Which of your characters did you find it the most fun to write about/as?
I really enjoyed writing about Tiernan. Perhaps because I know him better than the readers will, even after reading the book. His character will be developed more in the sequel, and I hope readers will learn to appreciate him as I do.

Katie: What is your all-time favourite book?
Oh, man, that’s a tough one! So much depends on my mood. I might go through a period of reading classics (I read all the Bronte sisters’ books in about a month) – then have a hankering for some romantic YA fluff. But overall, I’d probably have to go with The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. I’ve always been partial to stories with a bit of magic in them.

Katie: If you were going to be on a desert island for a year, what are your top three things you would have with you?
Ummm… since you said “things” and not “people”, I’d have to say Diet Coke, a toothbrush (because I can’t stand for my teeth to be grungy) and a solar-powered laptop with built-in WiFi. (Is that cheating? Lol!)

Katie: Haha! LOL! Do you prefer to write with music/etc or without sound?
Oh, I’ve tried to write with music, and always fail miserably. I just can’t concentrate and always end up singing along instead of writing. I actually work well with the TV on in the background, though – a remnant left over from working in a newsroom, I think. Old habits die hard.

Katie: Which music/artists do you like?
I like a wide variety of music, but I usually prefer songs that make me smile. I enjoy the early Beatles, which is probably why I have a bit of an addiction to boy bands. LoL! I love eighties music – everything from hair bands to Michael Jackson (before all the weirdness). I’ve even been known to listen to country music on occasion, but won’t admit to singing along. J

Katie: I love country too ;) When you are not writing, do you have a favourite past-time you enjoy?
I go camping a lot with my family. We ride jet skis and enjoy boating. I’ve also learned to hunt carp – that’s right, with a bow and arrow. It’s pretty fun – and much more action-packed than sitting in a boat holding a rod and reel!

Katie: Do you have plans for another book?
I do! MORE is the first book in a trilogy, so I’m working on the second installment, which will come out in November of 2013. Book three should be out a year later, and I have a few other projects coming up as well.

Katie: Is there anything else that you would like to share with everyone?
I don’t think so. I’m really pretty boring. Lol!

Katie: Where can we find you? Do you have a Facebook page? Website? Amazon? B & N? Smashwords? Etc. (Just your links really!!) :)

Website: HERE
Facebook: HERE
Goodreads: HERE
Twitter: HERE
Amazon: HERE
B&N: Coming soon!
iBooks: HERE

Oh, and be sure and stop by my website ( every day this week for the MORE Blog Tour Giveaway. I have three MORE prize packages to give away. Each winner gets a MORE tote bag, pen, bookmark, and a signed copy of MORE! You can enter every day, so don't miss out! 

Thank you TM for taking the time to answer my questions! Good luck with the rest of MORE's BlogTour! 
~Katie :)

Friday, 7 September 2012

Character Interview - Maria M!!

Katie: Hello guys! How are you? Why don’t you tell us your names and a bit about yourself...?"
Shade: The name's Shade. I do not usually promote ignorance, but the rest, you needn't know.

Lana: Shade, we've talked about this--

Shade: You trust too easily. There's a reason the Masked are called that; they're quite good at masking their real identity. *narrows eyes at interviewer*

Katie: What do you consider you strengths to be?

Shade: That depends; are you a human or a Marked?

Katie: *looks up from the clipboard to meet his eyes* Surely you could answer that question for yourself? I mean, you have that power right?

Shade: I don't open up to humans.

Lana: I thought you loved boasting about how you're so much better than the rest of us.

Shade: Fine. Everything you humans lack, I have. Each of your weaknesses are my strength.

Lana: *turns to interviewer* Hunting Masked and killing people for no reason; those are his strengths. That's everything he ever does, really.

Katie: What about your weaknesses?
Shade: One should never confess to their weaknesses. Perhaps, a human would, I suppose, but mere stupidity asks for neither mercy, nor pity.

Lana: Just answer the question, Shade.

Shade: -silence-

Lana: His biggest weakness is undermining humans... and then, there's that huge ego.

Shade: It's not ego. Rather, it is recognition of superiority--

Lana: Just drop it.

Katie: Do you have a greatest fear?
Shade: Fear is a weakness; why would I put myself through that?

Lana: *crosses her arms and sighs*

Shade: Perhaps, it's loss that I fear of most - loss of those who mean something to me. Happy?

Katie: *tilts head slightly with surprise* Um, happy? Yes! You just opened up a little...That is an achievement in my book!"
Katie: Well what about love? Do you consider that to be a weakness or a strength?
Shade: Love's always a weakness. Emotions in general are a weakness.

Lana: That's not what you told me.

Shade: *sighs* Love ignites powerful emotions, and those emotions can save or destroy. I will go no further on the matter. Next question.

Katie: What is the most important thing in your life? What do you value the most?
Shade: My own life.

Lana: *gasps* So, if it came down to it, you'd let me die to save yourself?

Shade: You *are* my life.

Katie: What's the one thing you have always wanted to do but didn't/couldn't/wouldn't?

Shade: I've always wanted to die. Somehow, that has never worked out.

Lana: Drop the sarcastic attitude, will you?

Shade: It's either that or me walking out.

Lana: He wants to break away from the Marked grasp, but he's afraid he'll die if he tries.

Shade: Lana! *glares at her*

Katie: *a smile slowly spreads on face* "Lana, I like you. You seem really good for Shade! ..And you answer all of the questions!"
Do you have any secrets you'd like to share? It'll stay between these four walls... *winks*

Shade: And I believe you, of course.

Lana: If you keep that up, I will tell her one of the secrets you told me, and it won't stay within these walls, I assure you.

Shade: *rolls his eyes* Fine. Here's a secret: We, Marked, exist. I bet you didn't know that.

Katie: Firstly, you can trust me. Scout's honour. And secondly, since we're here, having this conversation, I guessed that you do exist!

Shade: Firstly, who's Scout? Secondly, assumptions will be the death of you. I can make you see whatever I wish to, and you wouldn't know the difference. Perhaps, this is just a dream.

Lana: *pinches him on the arm*

Shade: Ow.

Lana: This isn't a dream, then. Here's a secret of his: he has scars on his chest that he apparently got when--

Shade: Lana, stop that. *running out of patience*

Katie: "Yeah, I can see there was no normality...Shade, it's a figure of speech, just reinforcing my earlier statement that you can trust me. I'm having a hard time not chanting "Go Lana! Go Lana!" at the moment..." *shakes head* "Wow...a secret! Pray tell!"

Shade: I trust neither you nor this Scout character.

Lana: He got the scars in a Masked attack. They're claw marks.

Shade: *snaps* I'm surprised how a Masked hasn't attacked you yet. You'd be an easy victim, considering how you trust everyone. No wonder the duo had such an easy time manipulating you.

Lana: Yeah, yeah *not actually listening to him*

Katie: *Shrugs* "Okie Dokies then...Trust no-one seems like your motto. You know, if you don't trust people, you could end up isolated." *Shrugs again*
*Actually chants "Go Lana! Go Lana!* "Yep, Lana I really like ya!"

Shade: What's wrong with isolation?

Lana: For one, you'd lose me.

Shade: But I do trust you. It's them I don't trust. *glances at the interviewer and the hologram of Scout*

Lana: Then, can't you trust that I won't tell them anything of that much significance?

Shade: See, that's your ignorance speaking.

Author: Shut up. Both of you.

Katie: Well, before we get into WW3, I think we should cut it there! Thank you so much for joining me, Lana and Shade! I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Sunday, 2 September 2012

Nely Cab - 2K Creatura Giveaway!!!!


Nely Cab is holding an international giveaway for.....

                       1 Signed Print Copy of Creatura 
                                       and 2 Mystery Prizes!!!

How totally awesome is that?!

To enter, get on over HERE! 


Friday, 31 August 2012

Character Interview! - Beth Gaulda!

Hi!  My name is Beth Gualda.  For today’s on-the-spot interview, I caught up with Mya Cotton and Percival Shelby, a.k.a. the angel, Pershabael, from Cemetery Moon, book one of the Moonlit Wings series.

BG:  Let me start with you, Pershabael.  Just what kind of angel are you?
Percy:  Oh.  I’m a guardian.  Mya’s guardian, to be exact.  There are nine orders of angels.  I’m in the lowest.
Mya:  Percy, stop saying that.  You’re not a lowly angel.
Percy:  I didn’t say ‘lowly’, darlin’.  I said ‘lowest’.  There’s a difference.
Mya:  Still.  You’re an awesome angel.  You’re the sweetest, smartest, most compassionate, and loving angel ever.  Uh, not to mention, gorgeous and sexy.  And I love you to pieces.  There’s nothing lowly about you.
Percy:  I love you, too, Mya.  I stand corrected.
BG:  Okay.  Granted, you possess many qualities most people attribute to angels, but I have to say, when a lot of folks think of angels, they don’t think of blue jeans, black leather, Southern drawls, Harley-Davidsons, and .50 caliber weaponry.
Percy:  Well, I am something of a field agent, being a guardian and all.  I have to fit in and look like I belong among people.  It’s just my personal style.  Not all guardians ride Harleys and wear faded denim.  Some like suits and ties.
Mya:  I asked him practically that very same thing once I found out he was an angel.  He told me he was just a modern angel.
Percy:  Let’s face it.  Society has changed since the beginning of time.  People have changed.  What’s acceptable in society varies greatly from decade to decade even.  It’s only right angels adapt as well.
BG:  Some would say you are extremely liberal for an angel.
Percy:  (laughs) People in the 18th century might say the same about anybody walking around in this day and age.
BG:  So, you don’t deny the rumors of…how do I put this delicately?  Having sex?
Mya:  We are in a committed, loving relationship.  It’s not like we met at a bar and decided to go at each other in the back seat of my Mustang just to scratch and itch.
Percy:  (laughing again) Delicately put, hon.
BG:  Are other angels like you in that respect then?
Percy:  I suppose you could say that.  We don’t just sit around on clouds in white robes strumming harps all day.  We interact with people.  We help them.  Guide them.  And…we fall in love just like everyone else.
Mya:  Every angel I have ever met has been very angelic.  Just very modern.
BG:  So, you’ve met more than one angel?
Mya:  Yes.  I’m very blessed.  Seems they like to hang-out, so to speak, in the cemetery where I live.
BG:  You live in a cemetery?
Mya:  Oh, no!  Let me rephrase that.  I live in a refurbished church rectory with a cemetery.  A beautiful place called Idlewild.  My daddy owned it and left it to me in his will when he passed.  It was sentimental to him.  It’s sentimental to me now.
BG:  Hmm.  Which reminds me.  Let’s talk about your former estate attorney, Marco De La Zahn, who is also the angel, Mazriel.  My sources say he has been very influential in your life.  What can you tell me about Mazriel?
Mya:  Uh, Maz was an influence once.  He’s not anymore.  Let’s make that clear.
Percy:  Mazriel is my brother.  I love him, but he’s got issues.
Mya:  He’s a fallen angel, for one.  And yeah, we dated awhile back, back when I was having issues of my own.  But I didn’t know he was a dark angel at the time.  He was just on the same page as me and there’s no denying he’s sexy as…well, hell.  I couldn’t help being completely infatuated with him.
BG:  But that’s over now?
Mya:  Of course it’s over.  Percy saved me.
BG:  Mya, there’s been talk of you and Mazriel remaining friends.  Is this true?
Percy:  Mya’s got a big heart.  She and Maz have stayed in touch.  I don’t mind so much.  She kind of keeps him in line.  A lot better than I’ve ever been able to.  Then, you can catch a lot more flies with honey than vinegar.  I reckon that’s true.
BG:  Well, Mya and Pershabael, you two seem like the perfect couple. Is there any advice you could offer other lovers who might be reading this today?
Mya:  Oh, we’re not perfect.  Far from it!  We get into it with each other just like any other couple now and then, but we allow each other our imperfections.  We forgive each other and we simply love each other.
Percy:  We try to do better—be better, for one another, and learn from our mistakes.  And like Mya said, we love each other.  Love is all you really need.  Everything else just seems to fall into place if you have that. We believe we do.
BG:  Love is all you need?  I would have thought you’d have quoted scripture instead of The Beatles.
Percy:  (laughs and winks at me)  Can’t help it.  Best band of all time.
BG:  (laughing, too)  On that auspicious note, we’ll wrap this up. Thank you Mya Cotton and Pershabael for taking the time to chat today. Readers, be sure to check out Cemetery Moon, first book of the Moonlit Wings series and find out for yourselves what makes this super-couple tick!  Till next time, remember…all you need is love!

You can find Beth on Facebook = HERE!

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Character Interview- Joanne Brothwell!!

Katie –Hi! First question! Would you like to tell us your name and describe yourself in a couple of sentences?
Hi everyone, I’m Evan Valente, and I’m the love interest in Joanne Brothwell’s novel, Stealing Breath. I’ve been told I have eyes the colour of sapphires, my hair is very dark, nearly black, and my girlfriend, Sarah Ross, says I have a “chiselled jawline”, whatever that means!

Katie – Oooh wow! What do you consider your strengths to be?

Evan – Personality or physical? I suppose my greatest strength is loyalty. I’m 100 percent loyal to Sarah; in fact, I would do anything for her. But if you’re wondering about physical strengths, it would definitely be the ability to channel electricity. I have to admit, that’s pretty cool.

Katie – Channel energy? Now that is VERY cool! So, what about your weaknesses?
Evan – Weakness? What weakness! No, just kidding. My past is my weakness. Being brought up in a family of Malandanti necromancers wasn’t easy. It has permanently left a scar.

Katie – Do you have a greatest fear?
Evan – I fear the power of my father, a Malandanti High Priest. Thank goodness he’s dead, because if he was still alive, I’m certain my future would be predetermined.

Katie – I would agree with you there! Scary! What is the most important thing in your life? What do you value the most?
Evan – Sarah. She has changed my life, for the better. I value her ability to see beyond the surface, beyond the flaws, to see the good in people.

Katie – Sarah sounds like an amazing person! What's the one thing you have always wanted to do but didn't/couldn't/wouldn't?
Evan – I’ve always wanted to ask my mother why she stayed with my abusive father. Unfortunately, she’s dead too, so I’ll never have the opportunity.

Katie – Secrets! Do you have any? Feel like sharing?

Evan – Geesh. I’m weighted down with so many secrets I’m practically crushed. Let’s just say, growing up in a Malandanti family has exposed me to many repulsive scenarios.

Katie – That sounds like a LOT! What’s your favourite colour?

Evan – Indigo. The colour of Sarah’s eyes (and her aura). Did you know she’s the only Indigo Child with an aura so powerful it actually manifested in her eyes?

Katie – Oh wow! That’s amazing! …And now for the ultimate question…How does it feel that another person writes your life?
Evan – Oh, I don’t mind. Joanne’s pretty cool. She knows me inside and out, and while I know she’s going to torture the hell out of me, in the end, things will all come together. I hope.

Katie – Thank you so much for joining me today, Evan! It has been fab to have you here! And a special thank you to Joanne, for letting you come along!! :)

You can find Joanne on Facebook = HERE

Michelle Birbeck - Character Interview!!!

Katie – Hi there! Firstly, would you like to tell us your name and describe yourself in 5 sentences? (Or less, whatever fits!)
Serenity Cardea, though I'd be grateful if you didn't share the name too widely. To most I'm known as Azrael, though if I'm being honest, I hate that name. However, if it's a choice between being called the Angel of Death and those who want me dead knowing my real name, Azrael it is.
I'm the last Keeper, charged with protecting the balance between the races, making sure the witches, Weres, and vampires stay off the human radar. I protect those who need it, fight those who cause trouble, and hope every day for an end to the slaughter my race has faced. Most days I feel old, as though I'm walking through a world I don't belong in. The days I don't are few and far between.

Katie – Oh wow! That must be a hard job! So, what do you consider your strengths to be?
Serenity – Being able to influence the minds of others is a great strength to have. It enables me to do my duty, to spare lives, and to mould the world into a better, less bloody place.

Katie – What about your weaknesses?
Serenity – I have a weakness, a physical one, in the form of one Ray Synclair. A human being whose life became my own when I met him. But I have other flaws, or so I'm told. I would save the whole world from itself if I could, even though I shouldn't.

Katie – Ray must be pretty special! What about fear? Do you have a greatest fear?
Serenity – Losing Ray. Not only would it mean the end of my life, but the end of everything I know. Being the last of us is a great burden, but it is more so knowing that Ray's life means the end of mine, and that the end of mine means the end of the balance.

Katie – What is the most important thing in your life? What do you value the most?
Serenity – Ray, my family and my race. Ray I value above all else. He is my happiness, my weakness, and my greatest joy. But my family and race are also just as important. I love visiting them when I have the chance, telling our stories and tales of times gone by. It's one of the things that still makes me smile, seeing the looks on their faces when I tell them stories.

Katie – What about this question? What's the one thing you have always wanted to do but didn't/couldn't/wouldn't?
Serenity – Slaughter the entire vampire race. There are days when I have to remind myself that to kill them all would make me as bad as they are. They slaughtered my race, murdered my sister in the most brutal way, and hunted us down, leaving our families scattered and scared. I want to kill them all for it, but I can't. I won't. And I really shouldn't.
And sometimes I wonder why they call me their Angel of Death. Sometimes my temper gets the better of me.

Katie – Wow! That must have been a terrible tragedy. I admire your self-restraint! Do you have any secrets? Do you feel like sharing?
Serenity – Only from Helen, and those are generally the secrets regarding how many bodies I've left waiting for the sun.

Katie – What about your favourite colour? Do you have one?
Serenity – Green or grey. Green because of the dresses I can wear in that colour that are so beautiful. And grey because that is the colour of the eyes I looked into and never wanted to look away from.

Katie – How does it feel that another person writes your life?
Serenity – I'd like to say Michelle is good to me, but that might not always be the case. She writes what happens, and she listens to what I see, not what I should see. It is... strange, sharing everything with someone, but at the same time, it is almost like sitting down and writing in the records, except with more personal details. However, she can be entertaining at certain, more intimate points of the tale.

Katie – Thank you so much Serenity, for taking the time to answer all of my questions! And thank you Michelle for allowing the time for her to do so! :)

You can find Michelle over here, at her Facebook page =  HERE!