Terms of Use

By submitting a book, book cover image, and information related to the book as part of the interview, the author represents that the book is the author’s work and that the author has full rights to it.  Author takes complete responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided by author in the interview as well as any impingement or infringement of any copyright claims laid by any third parties.  This blog and its creator, Kris Wampler, are not in any way responsible for any use or misuse of any books, images or information featured on this blog, in part or in whole, by any third parties.

No guarantee or warranty, express or implied, is made to any author concerning blog traffic, sales, or increased visibility of the author or author’s work(s).  No guarantee or warranty, express or implied, is made with respect to online availability of this blog or any individual post, though all reasonable efforts will be made to maintain the constant availability of this blog and individual posts.

The opinions expressed are those of the authors interviewed and not those of Kris Wampler.

The copyright of all works remains with the authors at all times.  By submitting a book and book cover image for interview, the author grants permission for the book and book cover image to be featured, quoted, and otherwise used for the interview.


8 Responses to Terms of Use

  1. Hi Kris,
    I have a Fantasy/Young Adult book: SCALES, that came out on Dec. 15, 2011 with New Libri Press and wondered if you’d like to take a look at it for a potential interview or review on your blog.
    Here is the blurb on SCALES:

    Vivian Blue has always been a little different. But she had no idea how different, until Hatch Lancaster, Dragonkind’s bad boy, enters her life on a secret mission. Within a short time, Hatch is her boss, her friend, and a man who haunts her heart and her dreams. Everything Blue has known and believed turns out to be a lie.

    Surrounded by subterfuge and an unidentified danger, Blue is left with Hatch as her only protection and defense. But as she turns more and more to Hatch, the danger seems to come more from the man himself than from the mysterious activities in Dragonkind.

    While the head dragon of one clan is trying to form a Joint Council to resolve the enmity between Dragonkind, Hatch is torn between his growing attraction for Blue, his responsibilities to the revered clan leader, and loyalty to his homeland of Concord. Blue fears she’ll never fit into his world. She must choose between him and the place she’s always called home.

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  3. kennethweene says:

    Dear Kris,

    As an author, I am always looking for fresh exposure. Having been told that you interview authors, I obviously had to contact you. Please, considering doing an interview (or even an exposé); I am a more than willing subject.

    I won’t bother you with my bio or even extensive reviews of my books. Instead, here are trailers for them.

    Widow’s Walk http://vidego.multicastmedia.com/player.php?p=wbgzb2yk

    Memoirs From the Asylum

    Tales From the Dew Drop Inne

    Looking forward to your response,
    Ken Weene

    P.S., If you have been kind enough to feature me previously, please don’t be offended by my reaching out again. It is very difficult to keep track of all the wonderful opportunities I have been given.

  4. Dear Kris:
    I used to teach art therapy at an abused children’s home. I was very good at it because I’d been severely abused as a child; I could get through to the kids. My memoir is entitled FREAK: The True Story of an Insecurity Addict. My daughter calls it “Mom’s hideous, hilarious bluntness.” It’s a very rough book; I spare myself and the reader nothing. My favorite review so far called it “a cross between Running With Scissors, The Glass Castle and an Eminem song.” The best thing to do with rotten memories is to use them to help others. Let people learn from my own dumb mistakes. That’s my dearest wish. Cursed experience can become a blessing if you just harness it, make it work for you instead of letting it gnaw on your insides. I would be honored if you’d consider reading FREAK. Thanks.
    Sincerely, Rebecca O’Donnell

  5. Judith Glynn says:

    Hi Kris,
    My novel, “A Collector of Affections: Tales from a Woman’s Heart” begins with a chance seatmate hello that ignites an affair between middle-aged Leah and Miguel when they land in Spain. Since I’ve been a freelance travel writer for years, I entwine travelers’ secrets with fiction into a sensuous read. One Amazon review said: “This is a great read, like talking to an old friend about life. You won’t put it down.” I’d be very pleased if you would consider me for an interview.
    Best wishes, Judith Glynn

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