Daily Archives: October 25, 2018

Spotlight Interview: Follow The Snowflakes

Another interview. I love interviews, don’t you? It’s short and sweet but holds a lot of heart from both parties of the interview. ^_^

I hope the holiday season will be amazing for all of you!

The Babbling Bard

Yesterday I reviewed a story, Follow The Snowflakes, and I couldn’t read her work without asking her a few questions. Below our interview is info about her book, be sure to check it out after!

Me: So i’ve known you for awhile, but for some of my readers it may be the first time they are hearing your name. Who is Angelina Kerner, what kind of author would you regard yourself as?

Angelina: Angelina Kerner is a paranormal romance author who on occasion writes sappy contemporary fiction. She loves dragons and the idea of soul mates so you’ll find those elements in her writing.

Me: What was the inspiration for this story? Was it personal or just something to keep your quill flowing?

Angelina: I really wanted to write a Christmas story so I did. It’s also a holiday tradition to watch Hallmark movies so guess those movies helped inspire…

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Spotlight Review: Follow The Snowflakes

Yiieeeepppp! The best review of the year for my Christmas Novella… there’s a big smile plastered on my face.

The Babbling Bard

Author Name: Angelina Kerner
Book Title: Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella
Date Published: December 15, 2017
Genre: Chick-lit/ Contemporary Romance

So, here we are and my first review is finally here. I would like to begin by saying, this story was not something I imagined reading, let alone enjoying. Then again, our spotlight writer, Angelina Kerner never ceases to have me enjoying romance.

What can I say? I’m a lover at heart, and I have a soft spot for a good ol’ romantic cheese. Follow The Snowflakes fits that bill and does so all the while standing on its own as a holiday novella.

A short but sweet little tale about a holiday hitch that could be something I’d find my mom watching on the Hallmark channel while baking cookies. Following the perspective of a 28 year old woman, Cat, who finds herself in a holiday dilemma that is…

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Foster an Author: Interview Questions ~part two~

Part two of the interview! Woot woot!

Thank you for stopping by and keeping up with the Foster An Author Week!!! It means the world

Llissasbookviews

Hello everybody!! How is everyone doing today? Well so far on Monday we’ve had our story: Two Authors and a Blogger… Tuesday we had our first set of interview questions, and yesterday we had our getting to know you post about our authors. Today I’m giving you the second set of questions that our lovely authors answered for me! So sit back drink a glass of wine or a cup of coffee and enjoy! 🙂

Angelina’s interview questions:

1) What kind of research do you do now and how long do you spend researching before you begin writing a book?

At the moment, I’m researching locations and their histories along with reading osteology books. I write at the same time I research so I don’t lose ideas.

2) What is the most difficult thing about writing about the opposite sex?

Well, thinking up dialogue. Would a guy say this? Does…

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