Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Screenwriter Turned Author Mylo Carbia Releases Title of Debut Horror Novel

Screenwriter Turned Author Mylo Carbia Releases Title of Debut Horror Novel

Sources close to ‘The Queen of Horror’ Mylo Carbia have released the first draft cover and title of her upcoming book, “The Raping of Ava DeSantis.” Although the storyline is still under wraps, sources close to us say that the book tackles the aftermath of a college-based gang rape, spinning a classic horror story from the victim of that crime seeking justice.

Given the early controversy and buzz from horror fans across the globe (including Mylo’s 65,000 followers on Twitter) the book is rumored to have been picked up by a traditional publishing house and the release date may be moved up from early 2016 to right before Halloween.

Carbia has penned several independent horror films under her own name but is best known as Hollywood’s number one horror film ghostwriter. Her work most likely influenced by the fact that she spent the first 13 years of her life living in a haunted house in Jackson, New Jersey.

One early reviewer of the manuscript called it “A breathtaking story, fast-paced, insanely vivid – just brilliant!” so we definitely looking forward to receiving an Advance Reader Copy of the book this September and letting you all know what we think.

Stay tuned for more details coming out this summer!

You can follow Mylo Carbia on Twitter @MyloCarbia

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

"The Best of Balling: March Madness" by Stacie Supple (18+)

Excerpt:
I stood in the hallway listening for Brad, my boyfriend to go to the kitchen. The loudness of the boys coupled with the sounds from the television made it difficult, but the darkness of the hallway also allowed me a partial visual of the family room without anyone detecting me.

As soon as Brad was gone, I sashayed into the room and stood in front of the big curved screen Samsung TV without a stitch of clothing.

“Which three of you want to go first?” I asked.

One by one they turned their attention to me until six sets of eyes stared back at me. The only sound in the room now was that of the announcer on the TV.

“Come on. Answer me. Which three of you want me first?” I said. “I've got three holes, and I am going to stand here and block your view of this god damned championship basketball game until I get some satisfaction.” I waved a bottle of anal lube in front of me.

As if they were kids still in high school, two of the guys sheepishly raised their hands.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Author Interview – Beth Prentice "Give Murder A Hand" – A Westport Mystery, Lizzie Book 2

Book Description from Amazon:
Just when Lizzie thought the only problems she had in life were her crazy family and far too many nightmares, the house reveals yet another secret. This time it’s a skeleton in the back yard.  But the unusual thing about this skeleton is that it has an extra hand. Why?  Well that’s what Lizzie wants to find out. But nothing is that easy is it?
Plus her drop dead gorgeous boyfriend Riley’s had enough of her nightmares and wants her to get professional help. Only when that professional help comes in the form of a long legged blonde who just happens to be Riley’s ex-girlfriend, Lizzie feels reluctant to reveal her deepest, darkest fears.  Especially when her deepest, darkest fear is losing Riley to a long legged blonde ex-girlfriend. But this blonde seems to have a particular interest in Lizzie’s life.  Is it just Riley she’s after? Or is there another reason she always seems to be around whenever Lizzie’s life is in danger?

Near misses with death, a super hot policeman with a crush, Grandma’s new boyfriend, a garden full of senior citizens, and Bradley the owner of Westport Tours, all make Lizzie’s life interesting to say the least.

But can she find the truth before the For Sale sign gets hammered into the ground? Or will Lizzie take the secrets to an early grave?


What is your preferred genre?
Anything fun really but romance/mystery is my favourite.

How many books have you written? 
This is the second full novel in this series and is a sequel to It Started With A House, but I also have a Christmas novella that follows Lizzie.  Westport is a busy town though, and my other full length novel, Killer Unleashed, follows another resident named Chloe.


Do you have plans for a new book?
Yes!  I love Lizzie and Riley and have already started work on their next adventure

Is there an Author that you would really like to meet?
Many, but my absolute favourites would be Gemma Halliday, Janet Evanovich and Sophie Kinsella

Was there an Author that inspired your writing?
Yes.  All of the above

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants?
I have an outline of where I’d like the story to go, but generally I fill in the blanks by the seat of my pants

Did you have an editor edit your books?
Yes.  The wonderful Juanita Kees, Kees2Create.com

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover?
All of them!!


Are you a self- published (Indie) Author?
Yes but I also have a publisher for some of the series


Is there a particular movie that you preferred over the book version?
No.  I love movies but books always tell more of the story.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)?
I’m currently reading Gemma Halliday’s latest Deadly in High Heels and this one is an ebook, but I’m waiting impatiently for the new book from Janet Evanovich in the Wicked series

Who designed the cover of your book?
The wonderful Patti Roberts J

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it?
Definitely.  If I don’t like the cover I probably won’t look any closer at it


Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
Ha ha.  Of course.  Doesn’t everyone??


You are trapped on a tropical island - who would you like to be stranded with?
Do you want my real life answers or my fantasy answers? J
Real life – my husband of course, but in my fantasy I’d love to be stranded with Ranger from the Stephanie Plum series.  Even though he’d probably get us off the island a little bit too quickly!

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes
No question – Chocolate!!

Cats or dogs?
Both but dogs first

How many hours per day do you try to devote to research and writing?
I try to do at least six, but sometimes I’m really motivated and do more. Then again sometimes I procrastinate and don’t do much other than google my favorite authors, check out the local real estate market and maybe peruse eBay!

What are 3 things you never leave home without (apart from keys, money and phone)?
Lipgloss is about it

Laptop or desktop for writing?
Mostly desktop but I do have my laptop for those days where I feel like going to the beach


Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad –
I love book reviews.  It’s really encouraging to hear what people really think of your books.  Even the bad ones have a purpose.  Sometimes they highlight something you may have not noticed.  So long as they’re not mean of course.

Do you have a bucket list?
Not really.  I have a few holidays that I want to take but that’s about it.


List 3 of your favorite movies?
While you were sleeping (I love Sandra Bullock – this movie just makes me happy), The Avengers (for the eye candy of course) and Blindside

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?
I’m a bit of a man really.  One of my favourite shows is American Restoration! I love the way they bring old things back to life.

Where can your readers stalk you? My website – bethprentice.com or facebook

Is your book in Print, ebook or both?
Ebook at the moment but it will soon be available in print also


Book links:




More About the Author

Biography
Hello, I'm Beth. I was born in Manchester England but now live on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia where everyday is a good one. I am a lucky mother of two teenage children, and along with my ever patient husband are the proud owners of three dogs, a cat and a fish. I have always had a love of reading and even though my background is in accounting I have now discovered my love of writing. My favourite authors are Janet Evanovich, Sophie Kinsella and Gemma Halliday.
P.S. Please feel free to add me as a friend on Facebook, look up my site at www.bethprentice.com or contact me at beth@bethprentice.com

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview, Beth,  and allowing us a glimpse into your writing world.  I hope you share this interview with your friends so we can all get to know you a little better. 




Saturday, March 7, 2015

Served Hot by Annabeth Albert

In Portland, Oregon, the only thing hotter than the coffee shops, restaurants, and bakeries are the hard-working men who serve it up—hot, fresh, and ready to go—with no reservations…

Robby is a self-employed barista with a busy coffee cart, a warm smile, and a major crush on one of his customers. David is a handsome finance director who works nearby, eats lunch by himself, and expects nothing but “the usual”—small vanilla latte—from the cute guy in the cart. But when David shows up for his first Portland Pride festival, Robby works up the nerve to take their slow-brewing relationship to the next level. David, however, is newly out and single, still grieving the loss of his longtime lover, and unsure if he’s ready to date again. Yet with every fresh latte, sweet exchange—and near hook-up—David and Robby go from simmering to steaming to piping hot. The question is: Will someone get burned?

Buy links:


Short Excerpt (200 words):
A little idea niggled at my brain—like an evil elf had tapped me on the shoulder. “You know, if you give me your card, I could call you if you leave your wallet behind again.”
There. His cheeks went dusky pink. I finally got a blush out of him, but hell if I could decipher what it meant. I could predict people’s taste in coffee, down to preferred syrup flavor, but I still sucked at decoding anything as complex as human emotions.
“Ah. Um.” He did the nervous cough thing again.
“Never mind.” I wiped my hands on my apron. “I’d better get back.”
“Wait.” He opened the wallet, plucked out a white card with a blue logo, and offered it to me. His broad fingers brushed mine again as he handed it over. Another barely there touch, but I felt the charge all the way down my spine, like I’d chugged a triple shot.
My breath tripped with wishing he’d add a “call me anytime.” Brian would have. But David just stood there silently. Straighter than the Fremont Bridge and denser than a concrete pylon.

Long Excerpt (600 words):
My nooner was late. Well, technically, David was my 11:50. Without fail, ten minutes before twelve every work day, David P. Gregory bought a vanilla latte from my coffee cart in the Old Emerson building in Portland. I only knew his name because he used his debit card to pay, and I knew the time because of the old-fashioned, massive brass clock directly across the atrium from my cart.
I knew David banked at a local credit union, knew that he worked somewhere that required a tie, knew that he had a smile that made his mouth crinkle up at the edges when I handed him his coffee, and knew that he was an excellent tipper.
What I didn’t know was whether or not he was straight. We’d had this weird dance for months now—he’d arrive for his coffee, stilted and uncomfortable, relax into a bit of small talk while I made his drink, and then he’d take his coffee to one of the metal tables out in the atrium to have with the lunch he packed in a blue bag. I liked watching him eat because he gave it his entire focus—no smart phone or gadget, no newspaper or book, no folder of work. A few times I’d caught him looking back in my direction. But his gaze never lingered and either my flirting while I served him was more subtle than I’d thought or he was simply immune.
Today David was late. Unexpected disappointment uncurled in my stomach, souring my caffeine buzz. It was a good day—a steady stream of customers at my cart and bustling business for the pizza place and the vegan sandwich bar on the other side of the atrium. The hundred-year-old office building had been renovated to include a few small eateries in the newly added skylit atrium. Plenty for me to look at, but my eyes kept returning to the double brass doors that opened onto Ninth.
David pushed through the heavy doors at 12:45 just as I was finishing up a caramel soy latte for one of the Goth girls who worked at the jewelry place across the street. I hid my smile behind my espresso machine. Eager for it to be his turn, I tapped my toes against the linoleum.
“The usual?” I figured it would freak him out if I mentioned I’d noticed his lateness.
“Hmmm.” He studied my specials sign. I’d glued a chalkboard panel inside a silver frame from a secondhand place on Hawthorne and put the whole thing on a silver-painted easel. Classy on the cheap.
Today I had a half-price tuxedo mocha—white chocolate with dark chocolate swirls. David had never paid any attention to the sign before, but today he gave it a long stare, consideration tugging his mouth back and forth. God, I loved his mouth—full pink lips, a hint of stubble on his upper lip like he’d missed a spot shaving.
After a few seconds, he shrugged, broad shoulders rippling the fine cotton of his dress shirt. “Yeah. The usual.”
“Sure thing.” I grabbed the cup for his small vanilla latte.
“Wait.” He held up a hand as I started to ring him up. “Iced. It’s sweltering out.” He’d rolled up the sleeves of his crisp white shirt, revealing muscular forearms and a heavy silver, antique-looking watch.
“Meaning it’s eighty-five degrees in Portland and everyone is freaking out. You know . . . it’s good to try something different once in a while.”

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Can David change his regular order to include a side of sexy? You’ll find out in Served Hot!



Meet the Author

Annabeth Albert grew up sneaking romance novels under the bed covers. Now, she devours all subgenres of romance out in the open—no flashlights required! When she’s not adding to her keeper shelf, she’s a multi-published Pacific Northwest romance writer. Emotionally complex, sexy, and funny stories are her favorites both to read and to write. Annabeth loves finding happy endings for a variety of pairings and is a passionate gay rights supporter.  In between searching out dark heroes to redeem, she works a rewarding day job and wrangles two toddlers.

Annabeth can be found online at annabethalbert.com, @annabethalbert on Twitter, and Facebook.com/annabethalbert.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Lee Savino, author of Raven and Wolf

ABOUT THE BOOK: When a mysterious evil slaughter's a village in old Norway, a warrior vows to protect the innocent woman who witnessed the murders. But can he help her stop the killers while hiding his own dark secret? 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lee Savino has been telling tales since she was young. While she was studying creative writing at Hollins University, her first manuscript won the Hollins Fiction Prize. She loves writing books about strong women and the sexy men who love them.


Book review:
By Tammy H
Format:Kindle Edition
Everything about this book makes it not the type I typically read so I was hesitant and ready to be completely uninterested. I read it anyways and it definitely proves "you can't judge a book by its cover (or subject)!" I was drawn in from the very first chapter, all the way through to the end! It is so well written I felt as though I was another character in the book, standing by silently, watching the story unfold. I'm excited to read Lee Savino's new series.
I highly recommend this book, even if it's "not your type!"

Link to book:
http://www.amazon.com/Lee-Savino/e/B00SZB8UG2/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1425061381&sr=1-1

My twitter is @LeeSavino

website is https://www.tumblr.com/blog/leesavino

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Conversations with Culture Blitz - Nick Dee

Nick Dee is an East Coast based writer and public speaker. His "Live YOUR Life" blog went viral this past winter, and more recently his following blog titled "Fifty Shades Of DisIllusion" has generated its own share of attention.  

He now spreads his message through his new writings and public speaking. His official website can be found here: https://officialnickdee.wordpress.com/

James Gonzalez (Culture Blitz): "Live Your Life" is probably the piece your most known for, you've said yourself that it jumpstarted all of this for you in many ways. Explain it. What is "Live Your Life"? What does it mean?

Nick Dee (Live YOUR Life): Basically, 'Live YOUR Life' is a movement I started, and a message I'm trying to put out there. Inspired by my experiences and everything I detailed in the original blog that got so much play. When I decided to do what I did and really take control of my own life, the way I detailed in that original piece, it was an extremely powerful change for me, and I think other people can experience the same feeling.

Culture Blitz: How did that specific phrase become the motto?

Nick Dee: I had this 3,000 word blog, and I needed a title for. And I realized there was one phrase I used in it, only once, that just sounded right: Live Your Life. That was my reminder to myself and my call to everyone else. To live the life you want to live, do the things you want to do. To question each day if you're doing because you want to do it, or because its what you think you're supposed to do. It doesn't have to mean be all and only about yourself, you can do things for other people, and make sacrifices for other people. We all have people to answer to. But do something at least that is completely your own.

Culture Blitz: It tackles a variety of subjects as you go through your personal journey. How do you find people have responded? Has anyone misinterpreted the message?

Nick Dee: By in large people get the message. It's awesome. People are free to interpret it as they please. But it bothers me that there are some people who misunderstand my message in 'Live Your Life' as: only do things that are fun. Everyone shouldn't quit their job. Everyone shouldn't drop out of college. It's not about just having fun, or doing things you really feel like doing 24/7. It's having a plan. Whether that plan is relaxing and experiencing life, studying extremely hard to get the degree you want, or working overtime to get what you want, or get where you want to be. All of those things can be equally purposeful, and equally purposeless.  It's about owning your life, and owning that plan, not just running a course and picking a direction because it's "a direction", or because it makes other people happy. Do not just what makes you happy, but what will continue to make you happy as time wears on.

Culture Blitz: More recently you wrote "Fifty Shades Of Disillusion", which juxtaposed the fictionalized portrayal in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'  with your real life experiences with BDSM. This might have been the most personal of all your blogs. How do you feel about the response that has received, and how some of those who have shared it have taken to calling you the "real life Christian Grey" after you seemingly spoke out so strongly against that very idea?

Nick Dee: That is kind of ironic. It was just a topic that was in the news, and I figured I'd share my real life experiences with the lifestyle, which weren't exactly positive, as far the toll it took on me, and the people it brought into my life. The blog sort of took on a life of its own with the release of the movie and everything. As far as the comparisons, it used to bother me alot, but now I just laugh it off. I don't think I'm ever going to shed it completely, so why not embrace it and talk about it?

Culture Blitz: Have You Always written?

Nick Dee: I've always written in some form or another. It's safe to say that any girl who's ever dated me has gotten some lengthy romantic letters at some point, even back in high school, maybe grade school. I had the  first itch for it even back in 6th grade, but I remembers the teachers discouraged me from writing because they focused so much on the technicalities of outlines, sentence structure, punctuation, and grammar. They wiped all the fun, and creativity out of it. I hated structure. At the same time, they had no idea the world we were all heading into with word processors, and autocorrect just a few years later. I didn't get back into it until a few years later.

Culture Blitz: There is a certain swagger to your writing. Individuality. Where does that come from?

Nick Dee: Well I've read alot of things like anyone else. I read other blogs and content people would share on social media. Some were good, some were bad, but most of them were very bland with no personality to them. It was like it may as well have been written by a google robot. I don't know how to write that way. And anyone who knows me, can hear me while reading my writing. And even if they dont know me, they can probably get a sense. When your reading me, it's all things I would say.  The things I write are basically like spoken word that gets typed out, refined once or twice, and then put out there. I don't like to constantly edit myself.

Culture Beat: What about reading? Would you say that you are a reader?

Nick Dee: Definitely. I always read everything I could get my hands on. I had a giant bookshelf of at least 100 books by the time I was in high school. I got rid of alot of them recently to make space. Now I have a giant iBooks library on my iPad. I'm starting to miss reading the physical books themselves though. if I had to choose a favorite book it would probably be The Great Gatsby.

Culture Blitz: How would you best define your niche? 'Motivational' is a word that gets thrown alot, but you don't seem to have totally embraced it?

Nick Dee: If I say something motivational, that's great. I love motivational things myself. But my intention isn't to motivate. Maybe self improvement is more what it is. Self-improvement is important to me. Self-improvement for me is a reason to live. It's a reason to wake up in the morning. To get out of bed and say 'I'm gonna do better than I did yesterday'.  Mind, body, and soul, there's always room for improvement. At this stage in my personal life, I'm only interested in curious people who want to learn, grow, think outside the box, and aren't under some illusion they have it all figured out. So I think the audience comes from that place for the most part.

Culture Blitz: You've said before that you are not a fan of another inspirational figure on social media, Trent Shelton. Why?

Nick Dee: It's not a personal thing, obviously. That's why I said not a "fan".  I admire anybody who made a living at following their passion, trying to do something uplifting. His following is huge, I mean he was a former NFL player. To be blunt, I think he's 90% cliches. I think his expertise is telling people what they want to hear, disguised as "tough talk". There's alot of that out there, telling people what they want to hear.  I don't wanna target just him. I think that may make him or put him in more of a "motivational" or "inspirational" category than I am. And I'm fine with that. I'm not here to tell people what they want to hear, my goal is to speak the truth as I know it first and foremost, and to tell people what they need to hear second. And I'm not saying there are not some people who need that simplified message exactly how he puts it. But I feel like, when you are ready to go a bit deeper, you come to me. At least I hope so.

Culture Blitz: 'Simplified' means dumbed down to you in essence doesn't it?

Nick Dee: On some level, yes. But at the same time, it's completely necessary I guess. There's levels to this, to everything.

Culture Blitz: What motivates you to write, besides promoting your brand and helping people?


Nick Dee: Well, my  dad was always sort of the strong, silent type. Which was totally fine in many ways as a father,  I'll take that type over alot of others, I think he set a great example, but basically he was the kind of persons who left more questions than answers growing up. I don't want that to be said for me. I dont wanna leave more questions than I do answers. I want my thoughts, experiences, and story out there.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Keys To Success by Mehdi Toozhy - including interview

BIO:
Mehdi Toozhy is a graduate from Oxford University and the renowned co-author of a scientific research paper published in the Journal of Sound and Vibration.

He placed in the top 5% of students while studying at the Danish Technical University and achieved 100% in many of his challenging technical subjects. His proven study techniques have helped many students worldwide to achieve success.

Mehdi Toozhy decided to write a book dedicated to helping many more to reach their goals and desired universities.

Toozhy's years of experience from different universities and unique insight into study techniques have perfected the system that have been proven in practice by some of the greatest minds in history.




INTERVIEW:
Author Interview - (Mehdi Toozhy) (Keys to Success At School and Beyond)

What inspired you to start writing, and when? I noticed many most people who start their education lack basic skills to succeed at school. They start their education
but when faced with difficulties they think they don't have talents and they give up their dream.
In most cases students don’t know how to learn, solve problem and how to deal with life challenges. It was clear to me that if they get these 7 Skills, they can be successful not only at school but life in general.  So I decided to write the book in winter 2014.  

What is your preferred genre? Science fiction.

How many books have you written?  If more than one, are any a series…or trilogy?
I a Scientific paper about vibration in Oxford University.

Tell us a little about your book. This book is the essence of ten years of studies at three international universities. Upon entering the Danish Technical University, I began to search for techniques to improve how I learned. I always looked for students in their final semester and asked for their feedback and notes. I studied these notes carefully and managed to build a knowledge base that I put into practice in my own studies. I compiled these many years’ worth of notes and observations, and it resulted in the production of this book. It is not easy to study. I have seen many students give up on their dreams because they felt overwhelmed and lonely.
I decided to write this book to encourage those who feel they can’t continue because they fear they lack the talent to succeed.

Do you have plans for a new book? Yes. My Next book will help anybody to overcome
FEAR.

Was there an Author that inspired your writing? Arthur Charles Clarke
and Isaac Asimov.

Do you plot or write by the seat of your pants? I take a daily 2 hour walk in the nature and
that is where I get my inspirations.

Did you have an editor edit your books? Yes. Friesenpress which is  based in
Victoria, British Columbia.

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover? I prefer paperback.
I noticed most people enjoy the to touch  of a paperback. You somehow get  a connection when you touch the book you are enjoying.

Where do you prefer to buy your books?
Amazon and book stores while enjoying a cup of coffee.

Are you a self- published (Indie) Author? Yes I am .

What books would you like to read again? The power of Focus by Jack Canfield.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)? I am reading the Power of Focus by Jack
Canfield in paperback version.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? Yes, It makes me interested and curious about what is inside.

Do you have any advice for other writers starting out? Follow your passion. Dont be afraid of trying new things. As mentioned in my book,  failure can be your best teacher.

Do you ever write in your PJ’s? I follow the creative habits of Great minds
such as Leonardo Da Vinci that is described in my book. I always carry a pen and notepad to record the ideas that comes to me. This can be even when you are about to go the bed.

What are your pet peeves? I like white and brown doves.

You are trapped on a tropical island - who would you like to be stranded with?
In the morning: I would like to be with world’s best scuba diver to dive, enjoy and explore underwater area of the Island.
At noon:  with a french Master Chef having my lunch.
In the afternoon: Gliding in the air with world best glider instructor.
Late afternoon: Enjoying afternoon tea 
Late Evening: If they were alive  I would like to converse with Isaac Asimov and Great Iranian Philosopher: Mawlānā  and be grateful for all these pleasure.

Pick one - Wine, Chocolate or shoes? Chocolate

Cats or dogs? Dogs

Tell us about someone or something that just made your day - I like simple things. Usually looking at the flower image will make my day.

What are 3 things you never leave home without (apart from keys, money and phone)?
a pen, notepad and bottle of water.

Sleep in or get up early? sleep around 12 midnight wake up at 6 am.

Laptop or desktop for writing? Laptop.

Your favorite gadget? Big Screen TV.

Where and when do you prefer to do your writing? Writing is a creative process so as mentioned in my book i always keep a notepad and a pen with me to write down my ideas. I
write before going to bed, when i am going for a walk and when taking a shower.

Your thoughts on receiving book reviews - the good and the bad -
The best source of information to improve my work is from the critics.

Do you have a bucket list? no.

One of your favorite quotes –
The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.
Albert Einstein

"I have not failed. I've just found 10000 ways that won't work." - Thomas A. Edison

List 3 of your favorite movies? Alien 1 and 2 and The deep.

What is a movie or TV show that you watched just recently and really enjoyed?
I enjoy discovery channel Nature program.  

Where can your readers stalk you? In the park near by where i go for my 2 hours
 morning walk:)

Is your book in Print, ebook or both? Both. The book will soon be available in audio
format. So you can listen to it while you cook, drive or just enjoying the views in nature. I have more insights to share on my site http://mehditoozhy.com/
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