Guest Authors at D.G. Kaye’s Blog

 

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Visit some of the wonderful guest interviews I’ve had here with talented Indie authors!

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Q & A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Valentina Cirasola -#Travel – #Design

 

Q & A With D.G. Kaye – Featuring Diane McGyver – Northern Survival

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, featuring Diana Peach and Hot #NewRelease – Liars and Thieves

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, featuring Kathy Steinemann – The Writer’s Body Lexicon

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Adele Marie Park – Sea Dragons

 

 

D.G, Kaye Book Promotions

 

Q & A With D.G. Kaye Features Jacqui Murray and #NewRelease – Against All Odds

I’m happy to be having Jacqui Murray back to my blog with her hot new release, Book 3 in her Crossroads Trilogy series, Against All Odds. Jacqui has a magnificent blog tour currently going on in blogtown, and I’m happy to be part of it here in this edition of Q & A.

About Jacqui:

Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the Man vs. Nature saga. She is also adjunct professor of technology in education, blog webmaster, an Amazon Vine Voice,  a columnist for  NEA Today, and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Laws of Nature, Book 2 in the Dawn of Humanity trilogy, Winter 2021.

Blurb:

A million years of evolution made Xhosa tough but was it enough? She and her People finally reach their destination—a glorious land of tall grasses, few predators, and an abundance that seems limitless, but an enemy greater than any they have met so far threatens to end their dreams. If Xhosa can’t stop this one, she and her People must again flee.

The Crossroads trilogy is set 850,000 years ago, a time in prehistory when man populated most of Eurasia. He was a violent species, fully capable of addressing the many hardships that threatened his survival except for one: future man, a smarter version of himself, one destined to obliterate all those who came before.

From prehistoric fiction author Jacqui Murray comes the unforgettable saga of a courageous woman who questions assumptions, searches for truth, and does what she must despite daunting opposition. Read the final chapter of the People’s long search for freedom, safety, and a new home.

A perfect book for fans of Jean Auel and the Gears!

 

Comment from another book in the trilogy…

I feel as if I am on a adventure into the extreme past. I have read both books and have been
entertained. I suggest these books to anyone who enjoys traveling into the past –Amazon reader

I flew through this read. The pace moves quickly, occasionally veering into the story of another group, one who split from Xhosa’s People. Xhosa commands the primary point of view, but it does switch to other group members on occasion. I highly recommend “The Quest for Home” to readers of prehistoric fiction, speculative fiction, and adventures. –Amazon reader

 

Jacqui has created a fabulous trailer!

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye Featuring Marjorie Mallon – This is Lockdown #Anthology

D.G, Kaye Book Promotions

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye Features Camilla Downs – Words of Alchemy

Welcome to my #AuthorChat series. Today I’d like to welcome author Camilla Downs here to share some of herself and her writing. Camilla’s latest publication is Words of Alchemy. Sounds so soothing, so let’s get to know more about Camilla.

Camilla Downs is a bestselling author, indie publisher, mentor, and mom. Nature and life experiences are a constant source of inspiration for her writing. She enjoys living a minimalist lifestyle, practicing meditation and mindfulness, reading, going for walks, and capturing nature’s essence with photographs. Camilla is the founder of MeetingtheAuthors.com and lives in Northern Nevada, USA with her two kids.

Blurb:

In Words of Alchemy, Camilla Downs invites you to walk with her to share her love of Nature and Life through a heartfelt free-verse poetry memoir.

During her daily strolls she is mindfully present as she delves into life in the raw and experiences her heart’s observations.

Camilla embraces what happens when she opens her heart and invites the written wordsto flow. The Alchemy of Love and Healing is what happens.

 

Praise for Words of Alchemy

 

“Words of Alchemy, a heartfelt new collection by Camilla Downs, lives up to its namesake in numerous ways. Downs spans the broad range of nature, healing, love, and parenting, while making sure we have a little fun along the way. And the bridge she creates from the mindfulness of how we see the world at large to the poetry of everyday life is certainly worth a stroll or two across its borders.” – Thomas Lloyd Qualls, Award-winning author of Painted Oxen

“This poetry collection offers contemplative words, soothing thoughts and peace to the reader.” – Sue Bentley, Bestselling author of Second Skin

“Camilla Downs shares truth, vulnerability and wisdom in her Words of Alchemy collection, inviting readers to be inspired, contemplate and dive into her world of self-awareness and growth.” – G. Brian Benson – Award-winning author, actor and spoken word artist

“These poems take you on a calm and loving walk through the verses of the author’sthoughts. Alchemy is a perfect word for the title as Camilla Downs understands nature; connecting with its magical, medicinal qualities and beauty which she conveys throughout her poetry.” – Ailsa Craig, Author of The Sand Between My Toes

“Words of Alchemy is a chronicle of hope. These poems are an encouragement, especially when we are feeling at our lowest, to keep seeking the light that is our way forward, and focus on the real. This collection is a walk through the positive nature of life. Camilla Downs is to be commended.” – Frank Prem, Author of free-verse memoir Small Town Kid

 

Recent Review:

This is an exceptional collection of endlessly expressive free verse poetry, extremely moving and inspirational in a variety of different ways. It speaks of nature, healing, family, heart, unconditional love, joy, harmony in oneself, mindfulness, vulnerability and genuine acceptance of ourselves.

Camilla has approached her life experiences with a gentle courage that unfolds into a celebration of the important things that mean the most to us. Despite all of our negative times and troubles we have to endure, life has so many positive experiences to offer. Camilla navigates her own trials and tribulations when it comes to pain, heartache and sorrow, yet still weaves the words into something incredibly beautiful with every single poem she exuberantly spills on to the page.

Whether her poems are long or short, each one packs so much heartfelt emotion in their exquisitely, passionately sculpted words that you will want to read it a few more times, to absorb its essence and appreciate the purity of words that touch deep within your own soul.

My favourite poem in the collection (it was such a difficult choice, since all of the poems within have something unique to recommend them) was the one written by Camilla with her children Lillian and Thomas (Love is Magical). I had to re-read it a couple of times, as I marveled over what was written and by whom. It was exhilarating how well their different writing styles meshed together and at that point, I could really feel the bond of family between them all.

Buy this book and get taken on an enticing emotional journey that you will never forget. – David E. … Links for the review: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer- reviews/R39NQV89IMDYGY/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0980056845 and https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3357563039 book_show_action=true

Now that we’ve learned about Camilla’s background let’s get down to some Q & A!

 

What hobbies do you enjoy when not writing?

Walking. Going for walks in nature, whether on a paved walking path, or a dirt trail in the woods. I adore going for walks, taking photographs of nature along the way. I find nature incredibly grounding, healing, and comforting. I attempt to infuse this, along with my energy into my writings and the nature photos I take.

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, Featuring #AuthorChat with Amy Reade -New Release – Cape Menace

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, Featuring Poet – Frank Prem

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, Featuring #HistoricalFiction author Paulette Mahurin

 

 

Welcome to my Q & A with D.G. Kaye. Today I’m featuring #FamilySaga and #HistoricalFiction author Judith Barrow Author​ and her newest book – The Memory

Q & A with D.G. Kaye Features Judith Barrow – The Memory

 

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye with Guest Author Richard Dee

 

 

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye, featuring Marjorie Mallon and Mr. Sagittarius

 

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye, featuring Author Toni Pike

 

 

 

Author Chat Q and A with D.G. Kaye Featuring Jacquie Bigger Romance Writer

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Author Jane Sturgeon – Writing on Water

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye featuring Author, Blogger and Promoter Sally Cronin

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Carol Balawyder – Warning Signs #Thriller

I was so touched to find this intro from Carol when she reblogged our interview:

I am so lucky to have been invited to D.G. Kaye’s blog. In case you are unfamiliar with her you are missing out on someone whose blog is versatile, useful and always interesting. She is a great supporter of writers (Indie and other), provides a panoply of writing and blogging tips, writes about her amusing travel adventures and is very outspoken about things she does not agree with. In short, she is a person who cares.

She is also the author of several memoirs, all of which are worth your time in reading. I have read everyone of them and have laughed, been provoked and become tearful at times. She is that kind of eclectic writer that digs deep into your emotional roots.

Thank you, Debby, for sharing your blog with me today. I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. ❤

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye, Featuring Children’s Author Darlene Foster

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye Featuring Author Lisa Thomson – The Wine Diaries

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye Featuring Jane Risdon – Undercover: Crime Shorts

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye Featuring Robbie Cheadle- Through the Nethergate

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Author Jacqui Murray – Promote Your Book

 

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Damyanti Biswas

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Featuring Author Stevie Turner – Promote Your Book

 

Q and A with D.G. Kaye – Author Promotion Series, Featuring Marie Lavender

 

Q & A with D.G. Kaye – Interview with Featured Author Marian Beaman –

 

New Series: Q and A with D.G. Kaye and Promote Your Book – Featuring James J. Cudney

 

Guest Author Feature – Sally Cronin on #Friendship and a Sneak Peak of her Upcoming Book

 

#Blogtour – Marjorie Mallon is Celebrating the Paperback Release of The Curse of Time

 

 

Guest Post by Tina Frisco – Follow Your Passion

 

Guest Post Feature – Multibook Author – Stevie Turner

 

Guest Post – Marsha Ingrao is back with Journaling Part 2 – Online Journaling

 

Guest Author Feature – Sarah Brentyn – Hinting at Shadows

 

 

Guest Author and Blogger Feature – Marsha Ingrao on Journaling

 

Guest Author Feature – Lisa Thomson – Divorce Support Party

 

 

Guest Featured Author with a New Book – MJ Mallon – The Curse of Time

 

 

Guest Author with a New Book – Vashti Quiroz-Vega – The Fall of Lilith

 

 

Guest feature – The Kindlepreneur – Dave Chesson On How Outlining Boosts Confidence

 

Guest Feature – Madelyn Griffith – Haynie on The Power of Reading

 

Truth in #Creative #Nonfiction Guest Appearance – Jeri Walker – #Editor

 

Guest Post – Tina Frisco on #Forgiveness

 

Guest Author with a New Book – Lynette Davis – Even Rain is Just Water – Memoir

 

Guest Featured Author – John Maberry – The Fountain

 

Guest Author with a New Book – Adam Henig – Watergate’s Forgotten Hero

 

Guest Friday Feature – Christy Birmingham on Mental Health Awareness #WATWB

 

 

 

Guest Author with a New Book- Featuring Sacha Black

 

Guest Author with a New Book – Jacqui Murray

 

 

Guest Author Friday – Diana Wallace Peach and Kari’s Reckoning

 

Guest Author Feature – Balroop Singh – Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person

 

Guest Author Feature – Doris Heilmann of Savvybookwriters.com

 

Who Has a New Book? – Guest author Sally Cronin – What’s in a Name?

 

 

Who Has a New Book? – The Swamp Fairy – Colleen Cheseboro

 

Guest Author Feature – Uvi Poznansky – Dancing with Air

Who Has a New Book? – Guest Author Shehanne Moore – Lady Lazuli

Who Has a New Book? – Beginnings II by Olga Nunez Miret

Who Has a New Book? Guest Author – Adele Marie Park

 

 

Who Has a New Book? – Kevin Cooper – Caboodle and the Whole Kit

Who Has a New #Book? Featuring author Tina Frisco

#Christmas Special Edition – Guest Author Sally Cronin – Short Story and #Promo

Who Has a New Book? – Guest Author, Hugh Roberts – Glimpses

Guest Author Friday – Who Has a New Book? – Deborah Jay – The Prince’s Son

Guest Author Friday – Who Has a New Book? Featuring Sally Cronin

Guest Post – #Booklaunch Jacqui Murray

 

Guest Post – Who has a new Book? – Ned Hickson #Humor

Guest Post – Who has a new book? – Marcia Meara – Harbinger

Who Has a New Book? – Informative Blogging Guru -Janice Wald

Who Has a New Book? Terri Webster Schrandt – Better #Blogging with #Photography

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