Monthly Archives: November 2011

Today we have Jamie Magee, author of the Insight series that includes Insight, Embody and Image, as well as a new series coming 2012. About Jamie: Jamie Magee has always believed that each of us have a defining gift that sets us apart from the rest of the world, she has always envied those who have known from their first breath what their gift was. Not knowing hers, she began a career in the fast paced world of business. Raising a young family, and competing to rise higher in that field would drive some to the point of insanity, but … Continue reading


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Holy schmoly, has it really been two months since I’ve posted here?! What a slacker I am! LOL Yeah, right. I assume most of you follow me on my main author’s blog (www.KristieCook.com) so you know what I’ve been up to – blog tours, Genesis release, holidays, pulling Devotion together for its upcoming release… Yeah, not much slacking going on here. I really haven’t had much to say in regards to writing, but I thought it was time to at least drop in and say “Hi!” and let you know that I’m still here. I’m in the midst of editing … Continue reading


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I am proud to say I let another Black Friday go by unobserved. Well, at least by me. Older teens tend to think it’s exciting to go out shopping in the middle of the night, even when they have no money to buy anything, so a couple members of The Herd did go out Thursday night/Friday morning. Whatever. I spent the day catching up on sleep, reading and going to see Breaking Dawn Part 1 (of which I’ll keep my comments to myself). My small publishing company did observe Small Business Saturday, though, and, truthfully, the whole weekend for holiday … Continue reading


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Happy Thanksgiving!!! I hope you are having a wonderful day with family, friends and delicious food. Besides wishing you a happy holiday, I just want to quickly say that today I am thankful for my life. I’m healthy and I have healthy kids. We live comfortably. We can go to work and school without struggles, we can learn and grow and improve. We have been blessed. I wouldn’t want any other life. Thank you, too, to our soldiers who protect us and give us the freedom to say what we want where and when we want without being imprisoned or … Continue reading


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Today I introduce to you Elizabeth Mueller and her debut novel, Darkspell. And after you meet Elizabeth, be sure to check out her blog, where I’m visiting her! Cool how that works, right? One of the extra-awesome things about Elizabeth’s book is that it contains drawings…by Elizabeth! Want to see a sample of her work? She drew me a Lykora, my own make-believe creature where Tristan got his nickname for Alexis. Yes, she’s unbelievably talented. About Elizabeth (from her blog): I’m a mother of four wonderful kidlets who, more often than not, drive me nuts. I’m very grateful that I … Continue reading


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