Our author/blogging collaboration continues to grow with the addition of our newest Sister of the Fey, Karen DeMers Dowdall, AKA Karen Anna Dowdall. Welcome Karen Anna! Karen DeMers Dowdall, AKA Karen Anna Karen will share posts related to psychic skills that are actually a part of what Fairies, Witches, Seers, Mermaids, Nymphs, and Empathic people …
I'm thrilled to share an interview with our Sister of the Fey, Marjorie Mallon. Learn more about her writing and the inspiration behind her book, "The Curse of Time: Bloodstone."~Colleen Chesebro~ I interviewed white witch, novelist, and blogger, Marjorie Mallon about her active creative life and the community of creative minds she works with. Marjorie …
Rob Goldstein did a fabulous interview with our Sister of the Fey, Debby Geis (D.G. Kaye). Have a read and get to know, Debby. ❤
“For every kindness, there should be kindness in return. Wouldn’t that just make the world right?” D.G. Kaye
December’s Featured Blogger is Author D.G. Kaye.
D.G. Kaye was born in Canada and lives in Toronto. She is an accomplished author and an active blogger on WordPress.
In your bio, I hear a sense of determination and hope. How do you find hope?
I don’t find hope, I keep it tucked deeply inside. Hope is all we have when facing tragedy or adversity. In our darkest moments many of us, like myself, cling to that hope. But those who cannot focus on the light often get lost in the abyss of the darkness of the moment. I refuse to go to that place. I’m a firm believer that we manifest what we focus on to the universe. And what we focus on we attract. Staying focused on the negative and dark thoughts…
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I’m thrilled to announce that myself and fellow Sister Of The Fey Adele Marie Park are participating authors in Plaisted Publishing House’s Ghostly Writes Anthology 2018. There is a $20 Amazon Giveaway - follow this link to find out more: https://gleam.io/vYVi3/plaisted-publishing-house-2018-ghostly-writes-anthology-giveaway A compilation to haunt, intrigue and scare you – it releases on Halloween! Here is …
I had a lovely visit with Jan Spina. Stop by and say hello! ❤
INTERVIEW WITH COLLEEN M. CHESEBRO!
Colleen M. Chesebro
Please help me welcome, author Colleen M. Chesebro to Jemsbooks Blog Segment, Interview an Author.
Welcome, Colleen. It’s lovely to have you here today.
Please step up on the platform – it’s all yours.
Please tell us something about yourself.
Hi, my name is Colleen Chesebro. I’m an Air Force veteran and a retired bookkeeper who loves to write paranormal stories, poetry, and novels. A few years back, I met an elemental being, I called the swamp fairy. Not only did this experience send me down a new life path, it also ignited my imagination. I even wrote book called The Swamp Fairy.
My writing career began when I was eighteen years old. I enlisted in the Air Force after graduating from high school as a Chapel Management Specialist. (Don’t ask me the year… it was long ago). One of my…
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So thrilled that our Sister of the Fey, Adele Marie Park, won first place in Dan Allatore’s Word Weaver Writing Contest. ❤
What goes on inside the writerly mind?
Let’s sit down with our Word Weaver Writing Contest 1st place winner, Adele Marie Park, and find out.
(Like all our winner’s profiles, when they answered these questions, they did not yet know what place they had taken in the contest.)
author Adele Marie Park
DAN: Did you write your story for the contest or was it part of a larger piece or something you had written before?
ADELE MARIE PARK: I wrote this story a while back, then looked at it again, edited it and sent it off to you.
Tell us about your writing process. What is the journey from idea to published piece/completed story?
The idea springs first. It can come from a myriad of places. A voice inside my head, a dream, a news story, even just washing dishes the idea implants itself. Then I write it down, I…
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Marjorie Mallon, one of our Sisters of the Fey, has had some eerie experiences… Have a read and see what you think!
We were chatting in the kitchen at the time. Through the window I glanced to the right and I saw a momentary striking image, an indeterminate shadow of black and white twirling, pirouetting on the spot. My eyes couldn’t keep up with the speed of this strange sighting and within seconds it was gone.
I know what you might be thinking. Is she crazy? Did she imagine it? Had she been drinking?
An emphatic ‘No,’ to each of these!
I swear that I saw it and I wasn’t the only one to do so. I have witnesses. My two daughters were in the kitchen with me and they noticed it too and even more extraordinary my daughter’s boyfriend (at the time,) has seen it as well.
These sightings were so extraordinary that I wrote this passage in my novel.
Excerpt: The Curse of Time – Book 1 – Bloodstone
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