Another Interview for Writing to be Read’s Roberta (Robbie) Eaton Cheadle!

Hey gang! Robbie has another interview. This time with Priorhouse blog. Drop by and check it out. 🙂


WordCrafter “Will Write For Wine” & “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour: Giveaway Winners!

Will Write for Wine & Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard

We had a fabulous eight day tour for Will Write for Wine & Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard last week. Along with an author interview, several beaming reviews and a guest post on the inspiration of each story, the author Sara W. McBride offered a giveaway for this wonderful tour. We had a little hitch because we couldn’t get the Rafflecopter to work right, and some people weren’t able to enter that way, so Sara entered everyone who commented in a random drawing, and I’m pleased to announce three winners for this giveaway, and Sara will be sending them digital copies of both of her delightful books.

And the winners are…

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D.L. Finn

Abbey Johnson Taylor

Debra Guyette


Roberta Writes – WordCrafter Book Blog Tours: Will Write For Wine & Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard by Sara McBride

On Day 7 of the WordCrafter “Will Write For Wine” & “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour, we’re over at “Roberta Writes”, where we have another inspirations guest post by author Sara W. McBride. Join us to learn about the inspiration behind her story “The Secret Vault” and learn more about her fabulous books!

Stories I Stole from Lord Byron’sBastard is a collection inspired by Venetian history. The fictional character, Alexis Lynn, wrote these stories in the novel Will Write for Wine by Sara W. McBride, but they are fun stand-alone adventures to be enjoyed with an excellent glass of Italian wine.

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Giveaway

In addidtion, to the awesome guests posts, interview, and reviews at each tour stop, Sara is offerin a chance to win a digital copy of each book,Will Write For Wine&Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard. Leave a comment and click on the link below to enter for a chance to win:

http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/d9280cae1/?

Inspiration for the story ‘The Secret Vault’ – Guest post by author Sara W. McBride

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What inspired the story, “The Secret Vault?”

The story, “The Secret…

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WordCrafter Book Blog Tours Presents Sara W. McBride and The Haunted Palazzo

Day 6 of the WordCrafter “Will Write for Wine” & “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour finds us over at “Annette Rochelle Aben” with a lovely guest post by author Sara W. McBride about her inspiration for her story “The Haunted Palazzo”. Join us to learn more about this author and her wonderful books.

Annette Rochelle Aben

Stories I Stole from Lord Byron’s Bastard is a collection inspired by Venetian history. The fictional character, Alexis Lynn, wrote these stories in the novel Will Write for Wine by Sara W. McBride, but they are fun stand-alone adventures to be enjoyed with an excellent glass of Italian wine.

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listed below! 

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What inspired the story, “The Haunted Palazzo?”

This story was so much fun to write. I’ll confess a secret. It was originally a chapter in the book Will Write for Wine, but I pulled it out because it slowed down the pacing to have this crazy ghost-busting side-bar happen in the last few chapters. If you read Will Write for Wine and you think, “Wait a minute. What happened to the idea of Alexis and Jennifer spending a night in a haunted palazzo?” Then this…

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Welcome to the WordCrafter “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour #BookReview #Guestpost #Giveaway

For Day 3 of the WordCrafter “Will Write for Wine” & “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour, we’re over at “Carla Loves to Read”, with a inspirational guest post from author Sara W. McBride and a review of her short story collection. Join us there!

Carla Loves To Read

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Welcome to my stop on the book blog tour forWill Write for Wine & Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard. I want to welcome Sara W. McBride who is sharing her inspiration for the story Masked Kiss, in Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard.

Stories I Stole from Lord Byron’sBastard is a collection inspired by Venetian history. The fictional character, Alexis Lynn, wrote these stories in the novelWill Write for Wineby Sara W. McBride, but they are fun stand-alone adventures to be enjoyed with an excellent glass of Italian wine.


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Day 2 of the WordCrafter “Will Write for Wine” & “Stories I Stole from Lord Byron’s Bastard by Sara W. McBride – Blog Tour

Day 2 of the WordCrafter “Will Write For Wine ” & “Stories I Stole From Lord Byron’s Bastard” Book Blog Tour finds us over at “The Showers of Blessings” with a lovely guest post from author Sara W. McBride, on the inspiration behind her short story, “Stealing Georgione’s Mistress”. I hope you’ll join us to learn more about these fabulous books, and find out how to enter the giveaway for a free copy.

The Showers of Blessings

I’m delighted to welcome Sara W. McBride to my blog to introduce her two books.

Please enjoy this special post about the inspiration behind Stealing Giorgione’s Mistress.

If you would like to win a copy of one of these two books, please leave your comment and preference. Please click the Rafflecopter link and enter the giveaway. http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/d9280cae1/?

Stories I Stole from Lord Byron’sBastard is a collection inspired by Venetian history. The fictional character, Alexis Lynn, wrote these stories in the novel Will Write for Wine by Sara W. McBride, but they are fun stand-alone adventures to be enjoyed with an excellent glass of Italian wine.

What inspired the story, “Stealing Giorgione’s Mistress?”

Credit: Violante by Titian, circa 1515(Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna)

I’m that weird person who memorizes historical maps and paintings because it’s fun. Over a few years, I noticed the same model was used in both Giorgione’s paintings and…

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June Book Reviews (Part One)

A great review for Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships! Check it out. 🙂

Myths of the Mirror

It looks like June is going to be another successful month of reading, so breaking my monthly reviews into two posts seemed like a good idea. I have a bunch of great reads for you to browse, and more on the way.

Below are reviews for this month’s 4 and 5-star reads including a sci-fi thriller, three poetry collections, a paranormal suspense novel, and a romance/action mash-up.

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The Insurgent by Teri Polen

Ithoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series (Subject A36) and couldn’t wait to get into the second. It didn’t disappoint. Our hero, Asher, has surrendered to his bio-engineered personality (A36) and become a serious threat to his old team of insurgents. The insurgents are battling the Colony, a diabolical organization that harvests the genes of children (by killing them) so wealthy people can enhance their bodies.

The leader…

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Finishing up the WordCrafter “Hope for the Tarnished” Book Blog Tour

Today we’re wrapping up the WordCrafter “Hope for the Tarnished” Book Blog Tour over at Zigler’s News, with a guest post by author Ann Chiappetta and a review by Victoria Zigler. Come on over and join us.

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Roberta Writes – WordCrafter “Hope for the Tarnished” book blog tour and guest post

Today we’re over at “Roberta Writes” with a guest post from author Ann Chiappetta to celebrate her debut novel, “Hope for the Tarnished”. Join us there to learn more about this wonderful Y.A. novel.

Today, I am delighted to welcome poet, Ann Chiappetta, as part of her WordCrafter Hope for the Tarnished Book Blog Tour, with a guest post.

Here’s the tour schedule so you don’t have to miss any of the stops:

Day 1:Writing to be Read– Introduction and Review

Day 2:Patty’s World– Guest Post by Ann Chiappetta

Day 3:Writing to be Read– Interview with Ann Chiappetta

Day 4:Roberta Writes– Guest Post by Ann Chiappetta

Day 5: Zigler’s News – Guest Post by Ann Chiappetta and Review

Welcome Ann Chiappetta

Wow, this has been great. I am getting to know so many more people in the blogosphere, thanks to Kaye and the WordCrafter “Hope for the Tarnished” Book Blog Tour.

I am drawn to stories that include a  great supporting character, and like it even more when that character is a dog, horse…

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Day 2 of the WordCrafter “Hope for the Tarnished” Book Blog Tour

Hope for the Tarnished Book Blog Tour

Today we are over at Patty’s World with a guest post by author Ann Chiappetta, sharing more about her debut novel Hope for the Tarnished with us. Please stop by and join in the fun.