Jul 232014

Have you always wanted to be writer? Yes. Could you elaborate on that? I felt destined to write, I felt as if it was almost inevitable, that was who I was born to be.  And yet, it took a long time for you to get published. Why is that? I grew up in South Africa [CONTINUE READING]

Jun 032014

Today we have New York Times Bestselling Author Kate Moretti for an interview to talk a bit about her book Binds That Tie that released earlier this year and herself as a writer. She currently lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, two kids, and a dog. In her past life she worked in the pharmaceutical industry for [CONTINUE READING]

Oct 162013

Hello readers! Today we have new writer with us, Iyana Jenna. Iyana is writes M/M short stories and is promoting her latest release of The Midnight Caller. Iyana: Thank you so much, Farrah, for having me on your blog. I would like to share with your readers my new release, an m/m short story published [CONTINUE READING]

Oct 042013

When you hear the word meditation you probably picture someone sitting on a pillow with their eyes closed, hands in their lap, om-ing gently. Or maybe you think, “Oh crap, I can’t do that. I’m terrible at it.” Well I was one of those people. I’m very type A, I’m go go go, I walk [CONTINUE READING]

Jan 112013

Today we have historical romance author Jayne Fresina, an England native, visiting The Book Faery Reviews. Jayne is the youngest of four girls and grew up listening to her father’s colorful tales of growing up in the countryside. Her very opinionated sisters provided lots of inspiration for her beleaguered heroes and unstoppable heroines. For more [CONTINUE READING]

Nov 012012

I am just giddy with excitement that I got to grab an interview with one of my favorite historical romance authors!! I’ve yet to read a book that left me unsatisfied. They are witty, sensual, heart-warming, and at times a little emotional. This past week I enjoyed reading Sabrina’s latest book, ‘TWAS THE NIGHT AFTER [CONTINUE READING]

Sep 212012

Welcome Tammy! I’m so thrilled to have you here at The Book Faery Reviews to talk about your solo debut novel, A Lady and Her Magic. THE BOOK FAERY REVIEWS: First, I have to ask…You are the other half of team Lydia Dare, a co-author. What’s it like to co-author a book and how does the [CONTINUE READING]

Aug 212012

Today we have “award-winning author Shobhan Bantwal who calls her brand of fiction “Bollywood in a Book,” romantic, colorful, action-packed tales, rich with elements of Indian culture – stories that both entertain and educate. To date, she has six novels published by Kensington Books and one anthology.” She won The Golden Leaf Award in 2008 [CONTINUE READING]

Jul 232012

Today we have Richard Young, author of Blood Harvest: The Entourage, stopping by for an interview. I was sure of nothing else except that the return of the harvest ships, minus passengers, minus the vampire Entourage that was supposed to keep them safe, could only be bad news. My own brother, Sven is the leader [CONTINUE READING]

May 032012

Welcome back Amelia! I do believe this is the FOURTH time you’ve visited us! Can you believe it? The first being an interview back in April of 2009 when the 1st book (A Duke to Die For) of  The Rogues’ Dynasty series came out. And of course I’ve read numerous other books (that series included) and [CONTINUE READING]

Mar 072012

Today’s author interview is with Amanda Forester, author of True Highland Spirit. Amanda Forester holds a PhD in clinical psychology and a Masters degree in theology.  As a psychologist, she has worked as a clinical researcher and a university instructor (what they call you when they don’t want to give you tenure).  None of which [CONTINUE READING]

Mar 022012

Today we are interviewing author, Joseph Devon, author of Probability Angels- Book One of the Matthew and Epp Stories. Matthew knows that he died twenty years ago. He has, after all, been bouncing around New York city ever since, causing mischief and having fun as a supernatural being. But recently some problems have been cropping up: [CONTINUE READING]

Feb 282012

I’ve been fascinated with lost fragrances since long before I started writing The Book of Lost Fragrances… since I found a bottle of perfume on my great grandmother’s dresser that had belonged to her mother in Russia. Here is one of those lost fragrances that stirs the senses and the imagination… (researched and described  with [CONTINUE READING]

Feb 222012

Today we have Melissa Douthit, young adult fantasy author of The Legend of the Raie’Chaelia. I don’t have many authors here that write young adult fantasy and I was pleasantly surprised to have enjoyed the trilogy so far since I don’t normally read this type of genre. I usually get frustrated that I can’t connect well with the [CONTINUE READING]