Category Archives: Beyond the Book

Beyond the Book ~ Detour: Scene from Cutting Room Floor

Beyond the Book is about the idea, insights or concepts of how a book came to be. This month’s for Beyond the Book I’ll be giving insights into Detour (Something in Common, Book # 1). I’m sharing with you a … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book ~ Detour: A Way to the Heart

Beyond the Book is about the idea, insights or concepts of how a book came to be. This month’s for Beyond the Book I’ll be giving insights into Detour (Something in Common, Book # 1). In Detour, Miguel makes Robert … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book ~ Detour: A Common Thread

Beyond the Book is about the idea, insights or concepts of how a book came to be. This month’s for Beyond the Book I’ll be giving insights into Detour  (Something in Common, Book # 1). Detour is the start of a … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book ~ Detour: An Oblivious Professor

Beyond the Book is about the idea, insights or concepts of how a book came to be. This month’s for Beyond the Book I’ll be giving insights into Detour, Something in Common – Book 1. After my incident with the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book ~ Detour: A turn down a wrong road

Beyond the Book is about the idea, insights or concepts of how a book came to be. This month’s for Beyond the Book I’ll be giving insights into Detour, Something in Common – Book 1. The idea for this book … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book with N.J. Nielsen!

  First I would like to thank Talia for having me on her blog ~ beyond the book. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to allow me to explain my series and how I see my characters and the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book with MA Church!

  I Don’t Wanna Adult Today. I Don’t Wanna Human Today. Today… I Just Wanna Cat. One of the most asked questions about the Fur, Felines, and Fangs series is why. What processed me to write about normal, very day … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book with Ki Brightly!

    Hello! I’m Ki Brightly and I’m here today to discuss my book The Shape of Honey. This novel was a special journey. When I first started writing it I was still working full time. I wrote my first … Continue reading

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Beyond the Book with Jamie Lynn Miller!

  Thank you, Talia, for hosting me here today to talk about the “behind the scenes” making of one of my ebooks. My novella Burnin’ for You is one that I’m wildly passionate about because of all the research I … Continue reading

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A way to the heart

In Detour, Miguel makes Robert some food – both chicken and dessert empanadas. As the saying goes food is the way to the heart…. or is that stomach. I think heart sounds better so I am going with “food is … Continue reading

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