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#WOTR21 #6YearFamily #AuthorSpotlight – Teresa Gabelman

Teresa Gabelman

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Love family, reading, writing, meeting book peeps and my animals. Sums me up pretty well.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Definitely the books that follow the first one in a series. The longer the series the harder it gets for me and yet, it’s me who makes it hard by adding more and more characters. LOL!

What comes first? The plot or characters

Definitely characters for me. The plot goes on as a I write. I’m not a plotter at all. I have an idea of how the story will go and end. Tried plotting but the characters don’t like it and change the plot as they laugh at me for trying. So, yeah, I gave up on plotting.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

Sherrilyn Kenyon

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

What is Acheron’s address? What is Acheron’s phone number? Yep, that’s pretty much it. If you have read Acheron then you will know why I want this important information….but remember….he’s mind. 😉

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

The blurb which is from hell.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

Meeting so many amazing people who love books as much as I do!

What is your definition of success?

When someone writes to tell me how much one of my books has helped them through a difficult time. Nothing better!

What are your social links?

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teresagabelman
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TGabelman
AllAuthor: https://allauthor.com/author/jared1840/
BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/teresa-gabelman

What are your buy links?

https://amzn.to/33wer6Y

#WOTR21 #6YearFamily #EventHost #AuthorSpotlight – Anya Breton

Anya Breton

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Anya Breton – I write naughty. I dig rubber chickens, I have crabs and they go on adventures with me. I’m the WOTR Llama Queen.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

The last half of all books is harder than the first, no matter where it falls in a series.

What comes first? The plot or characters

Characters! My stuff is always character driven.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

Right now I’d say Kate Meader. She writes HOT, fun books.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

Um, I’d just be fangirling. Honestly, the writing process is so specific to each person that it wouldn’t help much for me to ask what hers would be like. I might ask which were her favorite to write and what we can expect in the future.

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

Oh my god, the blurb, totally the blurb. It is painful as all hellllll.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

My favorite memories include hugs from amazing readers. Always the hugs. Please, give me more hugggssss.

What is your definition of success?

Hugs. haha

What are your social links?

https://www.facebook.com/anyabreton,

https://twitter.com/anyabreton/,

https://instagram.com/anyabreton/

What are your buy links?

https://anyabreton.com/

plus

https://www.amazon.com/Anya-Breton/e/B004QWCUVU

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight #6YearFamily – A.D. Ellis

A.D. Ellis

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Hi! I’m A.D. Ellis. I’m a mom to a 13 year old and a 15 year old. I’ve been teaching for 22 years and I’m in my second year as an instructional coach. My whole career has been spent in the inner city of Indianapolis and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I published my first book in 2014 and never once looked back; I absolutely love the book community and writing stories.
I’m a huge fan of Schitt’s Creek, Kingdom, Pose, The Handmaid’s Tale, Eastsiders, Sense 8, Sex Education, the new Tales of the City, and pretty much any good romance or romantic comedy.
I taught myself to crochet and love to do it, but I don’t have as much time for it as I would like lately. I’ve adjusted to a new schedule of going to be around 8:30pm so I can get up at 3:45am to get ready for work and have some writing time. That leaves my afternoons and evenings free for family, dinner, catching up on shows, reading, and relaxing before bed.
I love hard cider, wine with friends, and I’m pretty much addicted to tea. Pizza, chocolate, and sushi are amazing. I rarely turn down a good pork taco, noodles, or bread. Chocolate covered peanuts are from Heaven.
I’ve published over 30 books and I have several more in the works. My early titles are small town male/female romance, but I switched to male/male romance back in 14/15 and it’s totally where my heart is now.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Both? The first book is hard because you’re just getting to know the characters. The next books are hard because you have to remain consistent with things that happened in the first book. Were those eyes blue? What was that neighbor’s name? They definitely both have their challenges.

What comes first? The plot or characters

I’m kinda 50/50 on this one. Sometimes I’ll get hit with characters and build a plot around them. Sometimes I’ll get hit with a plot and fill it in with characters.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I’ve met so many great ones! I think I’d likely go way back to authors of my childhood and want to meet Beverly Cleary, Ann M. Martin, Roald Dahl, or Barbara Park.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

I’d just ask them to tell me what they do with their ideas, how does a book come together for them, and what book they loved writing the most.

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

Oh Lord! ALL OF THEM!! Sometimes a title will come to me right away, sometimes I end up at THE END with no title at all. If I can figure out a series name, the individual titles usually come easier. The blurb isn’t fun, but I think I’m getting a little better at it. I (as a reader) hate long blurbs and I’ll pass on a book immediately if the blurb drags on and on, so I’ve adapted to the current way of blurb writing (in my genre at least) and I keep them short and sweet with a focus on the tropes.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

There are so many! I love all of the fun signings, meeting readers, and hearing that people love my stories. The best part of being an author is finding friends I never would have had in my life if it wasn’t for my books. That part makes all the hard parts worthwhile.

What is your definition of success?

I think there are different levels. My first success as an author came when I wrote THE END on my first book. Another success was when I hit publish on that book. Holding my physical book in my hand is a success. Each title published after that is a success. Growing as a writer is a success. Finding a circle of friends who gets me and supports me is a success. Having readers contact me to say my books touched them in some way is a success.
Yes, having money to continue publishing is a success and I do need to keep making sales in order to keep writing and publishing, but I don’t look at money as the biggest marker of success. At least not for me.
(Maybe if I was making millions I’d feel differently- hahahaha!)

What are your social links?

https://www.adellisauthor.com

https://www.twitter.com/ADEllisAuthor

https://www.facebook.com/adellisauthor

https://www.instagram.com/adellisauthor

What are your buy links?

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – Melonie Johnson

Melonie Johnson

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Melonie Johnson
I’m a Star Wars junkie and Shakespeare groupie. Known as #thewritinglush, I love dark coffee, cheap wine, and expensive beer. And margaritas. And mimosas. And mules. Basically any cocktail that starts with the letter m. I met my future husband in that most romantic of places—the mall—when we were teenagers working in stores across the hall from each other. Today, we live happily ever after in the magical land midway between Chicago and Milwaukee with our two redhead daughters, a dog that’s more like a small horse, and a pair of hermit crabs. After teaching high school English and Theatre for several years, now I write smart and funny contemporary romance and moonlights as an audiobook narrator under the pseudonym, Evelyn Eibhlin. Declared a “writer to watch” by Kirkus and a “fizzy, engrossing new voice” by Entertainment Weekly, my debut series, SOMETIMES IN LOVE, has appeared on the Amazon Best Books of the month, and been featured in Cosmopolitan and Woman’s World. Watch for my next romantic comedy, TOO GOOD TO BE REAL, out July 6, 2021.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Even though later books in a series have more logistical challenges because you are juggling multiple books at various stages of the publication process, starting a new series is harder because you are getting to know the characters, establishing the world, defining relationships, etc. It takes time and drains a lot of creativity.

What comes first? The plot or characters

Almost always the characters.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I have been so lucky to meet several of my most favorite authors, including Karen Marie Moning Diana Galbadon, and Laura Kinsale.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

1. What are your tricks for making the words flow when “writer’s block” hits?
2. Which of your books would you choose to be made into a movie?
3. If you could write outside your published genres, what would you try?

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

Crafting the blurb! So tricky to boil it down to the right bits and tie it up in a neat package.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

Romance Game Night at the Strand Bookstore in NYC

What is your definition of success?

A fan base with readers who connect with my stories and love my books.

What are your social links?

Book Bub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/melonie-johnson
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewritinglush/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MelonieFJohnson/_saved/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelonieJohnson
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MelonieWrites/

What are your buy links?

Too Good to be Real: toogoodtobereal.com
Sometimes in Love series:
Getting Hot with the Scot: https://meloniejohnson.com/books/sometimes-in-love-2/getting-hot-with-the-scot/
Smitten by the Brit: https://meloniejohnson.com/books/sometimes-in-love-2/smitten-by-the-brit/
Once Upon a Bad Boy: https://meloniejohnson.com/once-upon-a-bad-boy/

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – Ellis Leigh

Ellis Leigh

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

I’m Ellis Leigh, USA Today bestselling author of paranormal and sci-fi romance. I like fur, fangs, and long walks through creepy forests late at night.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

I think the later books become harder mostly because, as authors, we build entire universes in our minds. All those details–all the foreshadowing that happens along the way–has to be logged and tracked somehow. The farther along a book is in a series, the more re-reading of past books I have to do to jog my memory.

What comes first? The plot or characters

Characters. Always. Every books starts as a GIF in my head of a particular moment in time. That moment tends to spotlight the overall goal of that character. The character profile fills in from that, then the plot builds around that moment. Character is always primary, though.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I met her! I adore Kelley Armstrong, and I was lucky enough to meet her at the RWA convention in New York. Her Women Of The Otherworld series inspired me to revisit my love of paranormal romance, and I am forever a fan of hers for that.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

How do you build your characters to have such depth and personality? As a genre skipper, how much reading do you do in the genre you’re writing in at the moment? Can I have Jeremy Danvers, please?

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

All of it. Every single aspect because it affects marketing and visibility. I may want to name a paranormal romance some super simple name, but I have to be able to show a reader what’s inside at a glance. Cover, title, subtitle, and blurb are vital to a book’s success for sure.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

I was at a reader convention once, standing in line at the coffee shop at like six in the morning in my pajamas and hoodie. Picture it–no makeup, messy hair, bleary eyed. I’m talking fresh out of bed with no shame. It was at that moment a reader of mine came running across the lobby SCREAMING my name. She was so excited to meet me that I couldn’t even be mad when she snapped a selfie with me. I wanted to, and I’m sure somewhere out there is a horrible picture of me trying hard to smile pre-coffee, but she was a gift. I will forever be grateful for that moment of being seen.

What is your definition of success?

I don’t think I have one for myself. I always have goals–financial, production, noticeability–but nothing I could say is a direct component of “success.” Ask me in another five years.

What are your social links?

https://www.facebook.com/ellisleighwrites

https://twitter.com/ellis_writes

http://instagram.com/ellis_and_kristin

https://www.facebook.com/groups/feralbreed/

What are your buy links?

http://author.to/ellisleigh

#WOTR21 #6YearFamily #AuthorSpotlight – Elissa Daye

Elissa Daye

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Hey all! I’m Elissa Daye. I wear several author hats at the moment as my alter ego Melissa Davis and new pen coming soon Missy Davis who will write sweet contemporary romance, not Daye’s brand at all. I believe we all have stories to tell inside us and sometimes we don’t get to pick what they are, which is why I write EVERYTHING instead of sticking with one thing. It can get confusing after awhile, especially when you switch back and forth from one voice to another, but it sure keeps me hopping.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

I would say the first book in the series is usually the hardest. It’s also the one you continually want to go back and change or add more to. There are things you don’t think about until the second or third book in, but if we constantly look back we’ll never move forward. Setting up the world in the first book, especially if you write paranormal, that can be exhausting. And when you add more to your world, you have to keep a running record of your rules governing your world, and all of the things that came before. It’s fun though. I like to keep a folder per book and keep all the important info from that book in one spot.

What comes first? The plot or characters

I would say a plot idea comes first, but then I find my characters who often have ideas of their own as we get into the storyline. I tend to follow them wherever they lead me.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

Anne Rice. Not just because she is an amazing author, but I feel she fights for any author, even those of us who are less traditionally published. I would want to spend whatever time I can just soaking in her brilliance.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

What inspires you? How often does your muse keep you up at night? How hard was it to be a trend setter and write erotica when it was so taboo? Nowadays it’s everywhere.

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

Blurb writing. I still don’t have it down. It’s an art form that escapes me sometimes. That back matter, it’s everything. It helps draw readers in and it’s so hard to do that in just a few paragraphs when your entire book has so much more in it. You also don’t want to give your entire plot away in the blurb either.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

It’s actually a recurring one. It happens every year I get to meet with fans at a book signing. I love talking to people about my books. I love hearing what they love to read and seeing the joy they have for all the books. There’s nothing like watching people drag carts of books around the room, each one lovingly picked out and stored in a special place in their homes. Their love for us, it’s amazing and it keeps us motivated to not let them down.

What is your definition of success?

Most people might thing making a best seller list is a measure of success. For me I’ve learned that lists are like unicorns. I feel the most impact I have is when I have made someone feel something about my story. I have had a few people toss at least one of my books across the room. I’ve had some in tears, and also have been told what pages some of them mark to come back to later. *wink wink* You know who you are!

What are your social links?

www.elissadaye.com,

@daenira,

https://www.facebook.com/elissadaye

What are your buy links?

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – Harley Easton

Harley Easton

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Harley Easton – Romance writer. Sometimes I write paranormal romance. Sometimes I write sweet romance. Sometimes I write erotic romance. No matter what, all of my romance comes with a kiss of magic and usually a little snark. I have had a ton of different jobs and I grew up reading fantasy, fairy tales, urban fiction, and humor, so you definitely see influence of all that variety in my work.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Getting things started is difficult for me, so the first book seems to be the hardest. It is why I don’t currently have a series out. I’m still working on that first book. Once a project is in motion, I have better momentum.

What comes first? The plot or characters

The plot usually comes before the characters. I’ll get a rough outline and start working on a project, but at some point the characters always take over the story. They will very loudly let me know if something I’ve planned doesn’t work for their personality or how they think.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I’ve been lucky enough to meet a few of my favorites, like Neil Gaiman, Molly Harper, and Stuart McLean (before he passed). I would love to meet some of my favorite modern day fairy tale authors. Jane Yolen is top of my list, but Melissa Albert, Theodora Goss, and Merissa Meyer are all tied for close second.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

1. Other than the classic tales, what inspires you most?
2. What is your favorite fairy tale trope and how do you like to subvert that trope in your writing?
3. Which book of yours was the most difficult for you to write and how did you work through those difficulties?

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

I always think naming a book is hard. It’s tough to find the perfect few words that can really interest a reader and touch on the depth of the book. I’m much better at blurbs.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

I don’t have one favorite memory. My favorite part of being an author, is the friendships I’ve made with authors and readers. That makes every signing, every anthology project, and every promo a good memory. It keeps me going when I’m struggling on a project.

What is your definition of success?

Success is finishing a project and it being done well. I really enjoy having a physical copy of something I’ve written or edited. Turning the cover of one of my books, feeling the pages flip between my fingers and knowing I’ve put my all into a story is extremely satisfying.

What are your social links?

https://www.facebook.com/WriterHarleyEaston/

https://www.instagram.com/harleyeastonwriter/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8506548.Harley_Easton

https://twitter.com/Harley_Easton

https://www.loveromancereads.com/harleyeaston.html

What are your buy links?

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – Robyn Peterman

Robyn Peterman

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

NYT and USA Today best selling author, Robyn Peterman writes because the people inside her head won’t leave her alone until she gives them life on paper. She writes snarky, sexy, funny paranormal and snarky, sexy, funny contemporaries.
Her addictions include laughing really hard with friends, shoes (the expensive kind), Target, iced coffee with a squirt of chocolate syrup in a Yeti cup, bejeweled reading glasses, her kids, her super-hot hubby and collecting stray animals.
A former professional actress, with Broadway, film and T.V. credits, she now lives in the south with her family and too many animals to count. Writing gives her peace and makes her whole, plus having a job where she can work in her sweatpants works really well for her.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

It’s been different with each series. However, as long as I feel passionate, the story comes to me. I love writing series. The characters become old friends.

What comes first? The plot or characters

The characters if it’s a long running series. Usually I have an idea for the plot, but it morphs as I write since I pants. LOL I have no set system. Occasionally, I’ll just start with a line of dialogue that grabs me and the rest flows.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

LM Montgomery. She’s not alive anymore, but Anne of Green Gables is one of my favorite books.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

Honestly, she could talk about anything she wanted to and I would be delighted. Her life was fascinating and her books are magical to me.

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

The blurb. Blurb writing sucks ass. LOL It’s easier to write a freakin’ book than writing a blurb.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

Too many to count, but my posse of author friends keep me sane. That has been the real treat of being an author.

What is your definition of success?

Being happy. LOL

What are your social links?

Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/robynpetermanauthor/

Bookbub — https://www.bookbub.com/authors/robyn-peterman

Fan group — https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386913988200179

Twitter — https://twitter.com/robynpeterman

Newsletter — http://bit.ly/2XEuMFe

Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/robynpetermanauthor/

What are your buy links?

Website — http://www.robynpeterman.com

Amazon — https://www.amazon.com/Robyn-Peterman/e/B00A7D7DPA/

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – CJ Baty

C. J. Baty

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

C.J. Baty

C. J. Baty lives in southwest Ohio. Her heart however, lives in the mountains of Tennessee where she hopes to retire some day. The mountains have always provided her with inspiration and a soothing balm to the stresses of everyday life.

The dream of writing her own stories started in high school but was left on the back burner of life until her son introduced her to fan fiction and encouraged her to give it a try. She found that her passion for telling a story was still there and writing them down to share with others was much more thrilling than she had ever expected.

She has a loving and supportive family who doesn’t mind fixing their own meals when she is in the middle of a story. And a network of friends, who have encouraged and cheered her on in her quest of being an author.

One thing she has learned from life and she is often heard to say is: “You are never too old to follow your dream!”

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

I think it’s the others that come after. Especially if the same characters are in each additional book. It’s a little easier if each book has a different set of MC’s but theme continues through the series.

What comes first? The plot or characters

I’m a panster at heart so it’s always the characters for me. The plot is an idea that works itself out.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I have had the amazing good luck to meet two of mine, Karen Marie Moning and Josh Lanyon. Both of which are truly amazing ladies. I’m also a huge Clive Cussler fan so meeting him would have been lovely. Unfortunately, he passed away in February this year.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

1. I’d ask KMM how she continues to keep book after book in a series fresh and new.
2. I’d ask Josh Lanyon how she has continued to produce wonderful story after wonderful story in her long career.
3. I’d ask Clive Cussler how many hours of research he did before he wrote his stories. There are so many details and historical facts in his stories. It always amazed me.

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

For me, it’s that danged blurb! How do you condense an entire book into 5 to 10 sentences that will draw a reader to your story? I spend a lot of time rewriting a blurb before settling on one version and then I usually still doubt it.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

The moment a mom told me that she had purchased one of my books for her young adult son because he wanted to read about characters he felt a connection with. That floored me. Oh a close second would be the gay couple who were the first to buy a book from me at my very first book signing.

What is your definition of success?

When a reader says they love my story or my characters. Then I feel like a real author so that’s success.

What are your social links?

Twitter https://twitter.com/cbaty
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cj.baty.3/
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cjbaty27/?hl=en
Website cjbaty.com
Blog cjbaty.blogspot.com

What are your buy links?

Amazon https://www.amazon.com/C.-J.-Baty/e/B00K2ISIQI?ref_=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000
Bookbub https://www.bookbub.com/profile/c-j-baty
Universal Link https://books2read.com/ap/nkNz6R/CJ-Baty

#WOTR21 #AuthorSpotlight – Amy Hale

Amy Hale

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Amy Hale

Since childhood, best-selling and award-winning author Amy Hale has been using the written word to inspire, encourage, and entertain. She loves creating characters and worlds from nothing but her imagination and a few glasses of wine. Her popular paranormal series The Shadows Trilogy has earned multiple awards, as have the Havenwood Falls books, of which she is a participating author.

She debuted her first fiction novel in 2015 after retiring from 13 years of non-fiction writing for various online entities. For the last couple of decades, she’s also carried the titles of Laundry Goddess, Chef, Butt Wiper, Soother of Temper Tantrums, and in more recent years, Moderator of Sarcastic Eye-rolls and Sass. She resides in Illinois with her husband and two grown children who claim they are never moving out. Regardless, they are the center of her universe, although her cat believes otherwise.
If she had any spare time, she’d love music, photography, watching Mystery Science Theater 3000 with her family, and long rides on the back of her husband’s motorcycle.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

I think the first is hardest. You have to build everything from scratch. Once you have the characters and world built, it’s a little easier to run with.

What comes first? The plot or characters

It depends on the story. I’ve had it happen both ways. Sometimes a character will come to mind after seeing something that inspires him or her. Other times I get an idea for a situation and that spurs on the formation of the characters.

What author would you love to meet (Who is your unicorn author)?

I’m happy to say that I have met my unicorn author. I’m a huge Julia Quinn fan and I had the honor of meeting her a few years ago. She signed all my well-worn and often read books. I was just starting my writing career and meeting her and talking with her was a huge encouragement.

If you could ask that author three questions about their writing, writing process, or books, what would they be?

What inspired her Bridgerton characters? When did she realized she had the gift for historical fiction? Has she ever wished to write in or had ideas for other genres?

What is harder? The blurb writing, naming the book, or naming the series.

The blurb. I don’t know why, but I can write entire books with less difficulty than I can write a couple of paragraphs about the same books.

What is your favorite memory so far as an author?

I think my favorite memories all involve meeting readers. Talking with them about their favorite stories, from me and other authors, is always a joy.

What is your definition of success?

I see success in many different ways, but I think my biggest measure of success is knowing a reader has enjoyed my work. If I’ve written a story that grabs someone and entertains them, I’ve properly done my job.

What are your social links?

FB: http://www.facebook.com/authoramyhale
FB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/amyhalesangels
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/authoramyhale
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/authoramyhale
BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/amy-hale

What are your buy links?

https://www.amazon.com/Amy-Hale/e/B00RQ3QTTU

https://books.apple.com/us/author/amy-hale/id961130103