Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Uncensored Interview with Author Ruthi Kight (18+ Older)


L: Do you believe size matters? The thicker the better or can smaller be just as riveting? (I meant the size of the book!)

R: That’s a
hard question to answer *snickers*. I guess it would depend. If it’s satisfying, smaller can be a good thing. But if the magic’s just not there, having it drag on even longer would be terrible. So, I’d have to say it really does depend.

L: Do you like it slow? Or do you like a fast? (When a story is straight to the point or when it builds.) 
R:Hmmm….personally, when it comes to what I’m reading, I like it hard and fast. Give me the meat and taters of the story, don’t make me sit here scratching my head for hours. But when I write, it’s more fun to be slow and steady. *Note to others* Do me hard and fast please! J (Damn, I feel so dirty now!)

L: Is harder better? Or does it come easily for you? When you write a book that is.

R: Harder makes it longer for me to adjust. If I know the content fully, and I know where the story is going, it makes it easier. But, like with a paranormal that I’m working on, it’s soooo hard! I’ve never written in that genre, so it’s harder for me to adjust to the sheer size of the world.

L: So did you always know you’d be a cradle robber? You know when you started writing YA?
R: LOL! Oh man! You sure know how to make me blush! I love being a cradle robber! The young adult genre is where my heart has always been. When I was in school, I was always fascinated by how the mind of a teenager worked. So I studied them closely. I felt that I could embody their thoughts and feelings better than I could adults. But now that I’ve done some adult writing…I have to say, I’m loving it too!

L: So how old were you when you, well you know. When you decided to be a writer?

R: I was young. Real young. I’ve always kept a journal, since I was a kid. At one time, I seriously wanted to be a rock star. That fell through, obviously. But after my mother passed, I decided that it was time to put my big girl panties on and follow my passion for writing. I made a New Year’s resolution this year to finish a book…I’ve now finished three, so I think I kept it…for once!

L: When did you receive that first big, OH MY GOD? After your first review or when you finished writing?

R:The night I finished Knotted Roots, I had that OH MY GOD moment! LOL I literally closed that sucker out and made a HUGE drink (mainly liquor!) and celebrated with my bestie. We got sloshed. But I think the BEST moment was my first bad review. I know, weird, right? It was a grounding moment. Everyone should frame their first bad review…just saying! :)

L: Did it hurt the first time? How did you feel when you received a bad review?

R: Hmmm! I jumped the gun, didn’t I? Surprisingly, it didn’t hurt! I kinda like pain, anyway! LOL Bad reviews are a chance for us to grow, to learn. Without them, imagine what we would become?? Egotistical writers who know everything. The day I think I know everything, will be the day I need to stop writing ‘cause it’s a lost cause. But that’s just my opinion. :)

L: Would you perform orally? If you were given the chance to do a book reading?

R: I’ve never been a fan of performing orally. I suck (lol) at public speaking. I literally get cold chills and…sometimes…throw up! Ewww! I know! I don’t like the spotlight, at all. I’d rather just sit back and chill, blend in! Which makes me really question my sanity for joining this career! LOL

L: Where is your favorite place to do it? Write in bed or on your desk?

R: Neither. I’d rather do it on the couch. Where I’m able to mingle with others while I do it. My bed makes me sleepy, so that’s a mood killer. The desk is so…uncomfortable. So yeah, it’s the couch for me!

L: Who helps in getting your juices flowing? The Music, Pictures of Celebrities, or something else?

R: Music. It’s my livelihood, seriously. I have sooo many different playlists, and each one goes with a different mood. When I need a sappy scene, I use music to get me mellow and languid. When I need suspense, I throw on some rock and get pumped I have always loved music. It’s a part of my soul. People pick on me for the music I listen to, but I always tell them: Listen to the words, feel what the artist is trying to tell you. You’ll understand, then, why I love the song. Then they look at me like I’m a nut job and walk away. *Shrugs* I tried :)

Title-Knotted Roots
Series- Knotted Roots Book # 1
By-Ruthi Kight
Genre-  YA Romance

Partying with friends and scoring a flawless tan is about all Roxie has on her list of things to make her Hampton's summer perfect.
Her parents, however, have other plans and Grandma Betty's farm is just one of them.
Just as her life is in shambles and the quaint town is suffocating her, she meets Chase.
Somewhere in the mix of bummer summer and small town doldrums, he becomes the boy she can't seem to avoid falling for. Just adding him to the picture, her stay starts to get better, even if she knows it has to end with the summer holidays.
That is until Betty drops a life-shattering bomb.
Roxie must make a choice that will change her life forever. What happens when a spoiled brat from New York learns the true meaning of love, loss, and forgiveness?
Can Chase and Roxie find a way to be together or is this just another summer romance?

Title- Hidden Falls
Series- Knotted Roots # 1.5 (Novella)
By - Ruthi Kight
Publication Date-  July 3, 2013
Genre- YA Romance

The southern summer was back with a vengeance.
Helping out a friend was what Katy had in mind when she agreed to give Roxie a hand on the farm.
She expected it to be an easy job wrapped in the possibility of a break from her mother’s constant vodka stupor.
What she didn’t expect was to find him.
Brian spent his life in his brother’s shadow, constantly falling short of others’ expectations.
When he gets the chance to prove himself, he's forced to decide if there’s more to him than just the mistakes he’s made.
The summer was supposed to be easy.
It was supposed to be fun.
But sometimes, when you least expect fall.

About the Author:
Ruthi Kight currently lives in her hometown of Columbia, SC, with her fiancé and five year old daughter. She has an unhealthy addiction to books, music, and chocolate, but not necessarily in that order. When her dream of being a rock star didn't work out, she focused on her other passion: writing. She is the author of Knotted Roots, a YA Coming of Age story, and is currently working on two other novels that are due out this year.

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Danielle Jamie's Indestructible Desire Blog Stop

After going through a terrifying ordeal. Savannah has to try and overcome the tragic events that rocked her soul to the very core. With Kayden by her side Savannah tries to piece her life back together. Feeling betrayed, she finds herself struggling to move on with her now fragile life.

Plagued with nightmares, and the fear that she will once again find herself staring in to the face of danger. Savannah shuts herself away from the outside world. In the process pushing away the man she loves and her closest friends. Praying on her weakness, two unlikely people will come together. With the sole purpose of separating Savannah and Kayden when their relationship is on shaky ground. 

With past secrets exposed, Exes causing trouble and lovers from the past offering comfort. Will Savannah and Kayden be torn apart for good? Or will their indestructible love for one another be strong enough to withstand the storms coming their way? 

Author Bio

I am 28 and a mother of 3 wonderful kids. Madison 9 Bailey 5 and Finn 2 years old. I run a successful online boutique, Bailey Booper’s Boutique; many of my items has been featured on Teen Mom 2.
 I live in a small town in NY with my husband of 10 years, enjoying my happily ever after. My perfect day is spending time at the beach, I love the Ocean. I’m an outdoorsy type of girl; every chance I get I’m outside walking or running around with my kids.
I have been writing for as long as I can remember but I finally decide to peruse my dreams of sharing my stories with the world when I published my first Novel Irresistible Desire back in March.


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~Indestructible Desire Playlist~

Thompson Square-If I Didn’t Have You
-Kelly Clarkson- My life Would Suck Without You
-Carrie Underwood- Just A Dream

Chapter 1: 
Steel Magnolia- Without You
-Tim McGraw- Live Like You Were Dying
- Miranda Lambert- Over You
- Jason Mraz- I Won’t Give Up

Chapter 2:
Martina Mcbride- I’m Gonna Love You Through It
-Josh Turner- Your Man
-Dierks Bentley- Come A Little Closer

Chapter 3:
Madilyn Bailey ft. Chester cover- Who You Are
-Thomas Rhett- Something To Do With My Hands

Chapter 4:
Dustin Lynch- She Cranks My Tractor
-Rascal Flatts- What Hurts The Most
-Lady Antebellum- Hello World

Chapter 5:
Kenny Chesney- Reality
-Eric Church- Drink In My Hand

Chapter 6:
 Jason Aldean- Take A Little Ride
-Miranda Lambert- I Just Really Miss You
-Hunter Hayes- I Want Crazy
-Whitney Duncan- Skinny Dippin’

Chapter 7:
Luke Bryan- Drunk On You
-Toby Keith- Red Solo Cup
-Jason Aldean- Relentless
-Randy Houser- Runnin’ Outta Moonlight

Chapter 8:
Dustin Lynch- All About You
-Tim McGraw- Just To See You Smile
-Bruno Mars- Locked Out Of Heaven

Chapter 9:
Chris Young- Gettin’ You Home
-Jason Aldean- When She Says Baby
-Billy Currington- Must Be DoinSomethin’ Right

Chapter 10:
Easton Corbin- Lovin’ You Is Fun
-Luke Bryan- Crash My Party
-Jana Kramer- When You’re Lonely

Chapter 11:
Thomas Rhett- It Goes Like This
-Kenny Chesney- When The Sun Goes Down
-Taylor Swift- I Knew You Were Trouble

Chapter 12:
Jason Aldean- Tattoos On This Town
-Dustin Lynch- Wild In Your Smile
-Maroon 5- Love Somebody

Chapter 13:
Alan Jackson- Sissy’s Song
-Kenny Chesney- Who’d You Be Today
-Carrie Underwood- See You Again
-Cassadee Pope- Wasting All These Tears

Chapter 14:
Lady Antebellum- Just a kiss
-Carrie Underwood- Mama’s Song
-Heartland- I Loved Her First

Chapter 15:
Miranda Lambert- Only Prettier
-Flordia Georgia Line- Get Your Shine On
-Blake Shelton- All About Tonight

Chapter 16:
Dustin Lynch- Dancing In The Headlights
-Leon Kings- Sex On Fire
-Casey James- Let’s Don’t Call It A Night

Chapter 17:
Miranda Lambert- GunPowder And Lead
-Lady Antebellum- Need You Now
-Pistol Annies- Hell On Heels

Chapter 18:
Blake Shelton- My Eyes
-Tim McGraw- My Best Friend
-Chuck Wicks- Stealing Cinderella
-Mackelmore- Thrift Shop

Chapter 19:
Joe Nichols- Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off
-Luke Bryan- Everytime I See You
-Scotty Mccreery- See You Tonight

Chapter 20:
Brad Paisley- Waitin’ On A Women
-Pistol Annies- I Hope Your the End Of My Story
-Kenny Chesney- You Had Me At Hello
-Flordia Georgia Line- Round Here

Chapter 21:
Kip Moore- Hey Pretty Girl
-Blake Shelton-Mine Would Be You
-Blake Shelton- God Gave Me You
-Bruno Mars- Marry You
-Justin Moore- Till My Last Day

Chapter 22:
Tim McGraw- Southern Girl
-Dustin Lynch- Cowboy’s And Angels
-Jason Aldean- My Kinda Party

Chapter 23:
Miranda Lambert- Famous In A Small Town
Whiskey- Jana Krammer
-Boyce Avenue & Tyler Ward- Fix You
-Keith Urban- Tonight I wanna Cry
-Madilyn Bailey & Jason chen- Stay
-Lady Antebellum- As You Turn Away
-Casey James- Crying On A Suitcase
-Blake Shelton- She Wouldn’t Be Gone

Chapter 24:
Lady Antebellum- It Ain’t Pretty
-Blake Shelton & Christina Aguilera- Just A Fool
-Dixie Chicks- Not Ready To Make Nice
-The Band Perry- Done
-Jason Michael Carroll- Hurry Home

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Book Blast Benjamin McTish and the Door through the Grandfather Tree

Book Info-

Title- Benjamin McTish and the Door Through the Grandfather Tree

Series- Book  #1
By- June M. Pace
Genre-  YA/Fantasy

It’s Harry Potter meets the Celestine Prophecy in this magical and thrilling ride! The McTish Series is an explosive adventure through a dimensional Gateway into another world, a world of beauty and magic, Coranim...a land of insight, thought and possibilities, that sits beneath the enchanted Gilley Forest.

There is local legend in the small town of Grandlochcheshire that has been passed down for a 100 years about the mysterious disappearance of the Chickering family, that trails on the coat tails of the equally shocking  abduction of the Skeffington Union Rails heirs, Connor and Shelbe. The circumstances that follow this notorious tale enter into the modern world of Benjamin and his two best mates.  

One day Benjamin watches from behind the Rhododendron as a mysterious little woman steps out of a taxi in front of the cream colored house with the forest green trim next door and in one synchronistic moment their eyes lock and a series of visual snippets of unfamiliar events unfold in his mind’s vision. His razor sharp sixth sense allows him the freedom to explore the extrasensory messages coming at him in a frenzied speed, like a derailed freight train.
And when Benjamin finds a peculiar old relic of a key in his grandmother’s garden shed, he could never know his world was about to change forever.

Annabel and Mathilda, two sisters who have moved to Grandlochcheshire from America, have become more than mere friends to Benjamin, they have all become the three Muskydeers (Mathilda’s mispronounced version of Musketeers, which was a huge laugh and of course it stuck), as they are plunged head first into this curious journey.  

In the Gilley Forest they discover that the path they have chosen is inundated with many obstacles as well as intrigue.  Alliances are made with the Forest clan of Gnomes known as the Set, and with the aid of the Vila sisters, Sethina and Morel, as well as some surprising and unexpected allegiances, the three friends take on the test that is the Grandfather Tree.  They must stay on the pre ordained Path of prophecy, portended by the ancient seer Pajah Set, whose ancestry comes from the home of the oldest living beings on the planet, the Elves of the Darmon    However, this is no easy task for the Muskydeers as they have the foulest of sorcery hunting their every move, the powerful dark beauty known to all as Tar Vigorn.

This ruthless Queen is not without humor however, and loves a good game of cat and mouse, as long as she’s the cat. With her biting sense of sarcasm and calculated taunting, she knows just how to unnerve the young Benjamin. Her phantom army known as the Blunt are searching for a way into the Grand Tree and will stop at nothing to infiltrate the pristine world beneath his giant roots.

Once in Coranim the children make the acquaintance of the greatest Medicine Elder alive, Esmerelda Fet.  A most powerful Light Sorceress with a brazen in your face attitude and a thick Irish brogue, who guides the trio on their Path of destiny.  “All tings be possible ya wee chil’ren, if’en ya put yer mind to it!  Thar be nothin ya can’t accomplish.  Ya just need ta be placin all yer carage inta tha middle of yer core whar yer Spirit ya can do anythin! Ha!”

Filled with many wonders, and home to the Fet clan of Gnomes, Coranim is a magical world of art, sound, thought, invention and discovery....and home to the World Library of Identity, with none other than Dunston Tibbitts at the helm.  
Every being on the planet has a book dedicated to the entirety of their lives.  Dunston reports to Benjamin, “according to what I see here now, this very minute, whatever it is that you are seeking will show itself today and change your Path immediately.  It will put you into a whole new dynamic as they say.”

What could alter the overpowering trajectory Benjamin has followed to Coranim?  How will it change his life?
Find out as our three heroes delve into the mystic, as well as their own inner character, as you watch from the edge of your seat.

Book Two, Benjamin Mctish and the Wizards of Coranim, coming 2013

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