When I met Astara Brynmor she said she did videos. And yes, for a very reasonable price, she has done a new video for After.
I hope you enjoyed that and you can go to Brynmor Productions to see all the different kinds of videos you can have done for your books. Also, Astara is a pleasure to work with. I am a very picky person and she listened and changed everything I asked her to change.
Also, I wanted to let everyone know that I am going to post a few author interviews soon. Meanwhile, I just wanted to share this video and please tell your friends who might have teens. You can also go to Amazon and check out what reviewers are saying about it.
On Thursday of this week coming up my show will feature two outstanding writers. Andrew Jonathan Cole and Joshua the Gamer. Andrew is a poet and Joshua is a published author and manages a website dedicated to helping both authors and the environment. His website, Diabolic Shrimp, is very unusual. He randomly buys an author's book and will review it. I met Joshua when he picked my book to buy and after exchanging a few more emails I decided I needed to have this author on my show. How many websites not only promote authors and their books but donate to the environment? Please tune in on Thursday, July 26 at 4pm EDT to hear both of these outstanding writers. The name of the show is Red River Radio Tales from the Pages on Blog Talk Radio. The link to the show will be on my Facebook page either Tuesday or Wednesday.
Until then, I hope you are having a good weekend. We went to see "Mama Mia" on Friday night and Sunday night my daughter got tickets to see Taylor Swift in concert. This should be a lot of fun but it may be in the rain. Anyway, we will be prepared as we can be. There are very strict rules on what you can and can't bring. So, no umbrellas and bags can only be a certain size, etc. I will be letting you know about how I felt about it. Might be a little old for one of these but I do like her music!
I write about events that happen to me and around the world from a writer's point of view. Nothing in my life ever goes smoothly. My focus is on young adult and children's authors, but occasionally I will bring you an adult author. It is my pleasure to introduce new books and authors to my readers. Writing is my life! By Barbara Ehrentreu
Sunday, July 22, 2018
Monday, July 16, 2018
AFTER is In Print!!
I will be debuting this on my Facebook pages and there will be a big book party here and on Facebook to celebrate soon.
I know I haven't posted on here in a long time. Again, thank you to all who have stuck around to see if I do post. A lot of stuff has happened and now I have several people waiting to be seen on this blog. So I am back and ready to bring you more of new authors I have met and of course more about my life.
First about my life. After last summer I started working on my manuscript of Who Is Jennifer Taylor and I can finally say that after a few final tweaks when I read all the comments, it will be sent to my publisher at last. For anyone who doesn't know and just stumbled on here for the first time, I am the author of If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor and Who Is Jennifer Taylor is the sequel to this book. My publisher is Lea Schizas of MuseItUp Publishing and I am hoping she will want to publish this.
Now, for the people who are here from "Character Takeover", here is the answer to your first question:
The teacher opened the window and everything flew all over the room.
Now go here to find out the answer to the second question.
For the third question, you will need to go here.
Okay, thank you to all who participated in this little contest. I hope you had fun and learned a little bit about After.
Until the next time, my guest author for the first time in over a year, will be A.M Wilson, who has written a sci-fi urban dystopian novel. He will also be on my August radio show: Red River Radio Tales from the Pages. My July show will feature Andrew Cole and Joshua the Gamer from the very unusual and worthy Diabolical Shrimp blog. Check it out. Hope you are enjoying your summer. Next time I will talk about what I have been doing this summer.
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