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Interview Author Karina Bartow

Interview Author   Karina Bartow 
Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. I grew up and still live in Northern Ohio, USA. Though born with Cerebral Palsy, I’ve never allowed my disability to define me. Rather, I’ve used my experiences to breathe life into characters who have physical limitations, but like me, are determined not to let them stand in the way of the life they want. My debut novel, Husband in Hiding, was released in 2015 and my latest, Forgetting My Way Back to You, came out last October.  I may only be able to type with one hand, but I write with my whole heart!  I enjoy reading love stories and mysteries

Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. My mom took me to an author’s visit to our local library when I was nine and hearing her talk about her career just sparked something in me. Plus, I always excelled in language arts.
Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?
A. Husband in Hiding was fairly simple, since the story…

Interviewing Author Nadine Millard

Interviewing Author Nadine Millard

Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. I’m a historical romance writer from Dublin, Ireland. I still live in Ireland with my husband and three children. 
I read anything and everything! I’ll give any genre a bash, though romance of any kind is my preference. My all time favorite is Jane Austen and I could probably quote more of her work word for word! 
Q2. when did you decide you where going to write a book?
A. It was Christmas 2013, and I was talking with Rachel Van Dyken about her next release. She offered to read anything I had and so I hastily put together three chapters of a book that I hadn’t even really thought of before then! Her husband had just started a publishing company and loved them! So in March 2014 then hastily put together idea became my debut book, and book one of three in my first series!
But I had been writing stories since I was a child. I just never thought I’d be lucky enough to actually do it for …

Interviewing Author Tabetha Waite

Interviewing Author  Tabetha Waite 
Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
      A.  I'm a small town girl from Missouri who had a dream of being a published author. It took 30 years and 63 rejections with three manuscripts, but I finally accomplished it! My favorite genre is historical romance set in the Regency period and it's what I currently write
Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
      A. I've wanted to write since I was nine years old, so quite a while! 
Q3. How did you come up with name of your books?
      A. The first one was a challenge. I wasn't sure how many books I wanted to make into a series, but then I thought of who, what, when, where, why, thus the Ways of Love series was born. How was an afterthought. It's a Christmas novella that features characters from book one. As far as the names, I just wanted to come up with something catchy and earl and girl rhymed rather nicely.
Q4. What are you working on …

Deep Fried Oreo recipe

Deep Fried Oreo recipe 
My sister Autumn makes the best deep fried oreos ever she makes them so good and oily goodness that goes from your lips to your hips. 
Here is the recipe 
1 pack of  double stuffed oreo cookies.  https://www.oreo.com/
1 box of pancake mix 
oil for frying 


Instructions 
Mix the pancake mix with water in a bowl.
Then take your cookie and dip  the cookie in the pancake mix.
Take a frying pan add oil to it then add you cookie to the oil and cook in tell nice and crispy and done.
Top with  powdered sugar and enjoy.