Authors Interviewing Authors: Avon Gale Interviews Piper Vaughn

March Authors Interviewing Authors is here and with it, we get a very special treat: the first ever in person edition! Avon Gale recently caught up with Piper Vaughn in her home to discuss Piper’s plans for future books, Young Adult Fiction from the 90s (shout out to Judith’s fave, LJ SMITH!), and their shared passion, hockey!

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Avon: Hello! I’m Avon Gale and I’m so excited to interview Piper Vaughn today, especially because I am sitting next to her on her couch while we watch some hockey. So thank you for having me, both as a house guest and as an interviewer!!

Piper: Thanks for coming! I’m thrilled to have you here watching hockey with me, and I’m excited to get to the interview. 😀

Avon: So, since I am sitting here in your house I’m able to look at your bookshelves! I already noticed that you and I share a love for an Elizabeth Lowell series (and are both sad that she never wrote Eric’s story!), but you have quite an eclectic collection as a reader. As a writer, what other genres are you interested in writing?

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Piper: Outside of M/M, I’m most interested in writing mainstream YA, though I’ll probably stay true to my roots and keep it LGBT related. I have plans for a couple of contemporary, coming-of-age stories, and I also have a broad outline for a potential urban fantasy series.

Avon: What kind of YA books were your favorite when you were younger?

Piper: I was a big fan of LJ Smith. Hello, “Vampire Diaries,” “The Secret Circle,” “The Forbidden Game,” “Dark Visions” and the “Night World” books. I read everything she wrote. I also loved RL Stine, and Christopher Pike. Then there were the Sweet Valley High books, and this series called “Love Stories,” which were basically category romances for young adults. My little romance-loving heart adored those books. I consumed them like candy! My favorite was “Sharing Sam” by Katherine Applegate.  

Avon: I loved Sweet Valley High! I’m pretty sure I shipped Jessica/Lila before I knew what that meant. Have you gone back and re-read any of your favorite YA series recently? I’d totally be down for a Christopher Pike re-read bonanza if you want. Do you see influences of your favorite YA or romance series in your own writing, and if so, tell us about it!

Piper: Oh, that might be fun! I haven’t read a Christopher Pike book since high school. I wonder if I’d still enjoy them. As for influences, I think if I ever write the YA urban fantasy series, it might be influenced by what I loved about LJ Smith–strong, kickass heroines I both envied and had crushes on and heroes I wished I could keep for myself. But I don’t know that there’s any one author or series in particular that I can say influenced my own style. I certainly admire plenty of authors and love many series, but I just do my own thing and hope people enjoy it. 🙂

Avon: You have a lot of historical romance novels on your shelves, but they’re primarily het. And you write mostly M/M contemporary. What interested you about that genre in M/M that didn’t capture your attention as a reader of M/F?

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Piper: Yeah, I never read very much M/F contemporary. Some, but not nearly as much as historicals or paranormal books. I think my lack of interest in M/F contemporary came from an inability to relate to the heroines, to be honest. I rarely saw myself in or felt connected to most of these modern-day heroines, and that lessened my enjoyment. That expectation wasn’t there when I read historicals or paranormal. I didn’t expect those heroines to be relatable, if that makes sense. My day-to-day life isn’t filled with werewolves or dance cards and the censure of the ton. I always connected to the heroes of contemporary instead–and I think that’s why when I discovered M/M as an actual book genre (I’d been reading it online in fanfic for years before that), I was drawn to contemporary. I get along well with men, and I’ve always been a tomboy. I think my brain is male (and, trust me, I don’t say that lightly), and I feel like the power dynamic in M/M contemporary is much more equal than it is in M/F. Then when I started writing original stories in M/M, I found that 90% of my ideas were contemporary, and I just rolled with it.

Avon: Thank you for sharing all of that! I always like hearing how authors find their genre and their interests. Speaking of interests, we started talking not only because of our shared M/M love (and can I take this opportunity to share with everyone how absolutely welcoming and supportive Piper is to new authors? <3) — and our love for hockey! We’re both sitting here talking about points and standings and the playoffs, but as you’ve mentioned, this is your first playoff season being invested in the outcome (and I’m sorry because sports exists to break your heart 🙁 ). What got you into hockey, and led to the point where you’re muttering at the Wild about closing out this game in OT?

Piper: And now that the Wild have won in a shootout (woot!), I can answer this question. 😛 I actually got into hockey through Tumblr. I follow a few hockey fans and had seen their reblogs about certain teams and players. I started to get really invested in Jonathan Toews and some of the other Blackhawks and started wanting to watch games and possibly write a hockey romance. Because my husband is a longtime hockey fan (he loves the Red Wings), he encouraged this idea. I started watching with him late last season, and the rest, as they say, is history. It’s now become an obsession. And sometimes loving hockey does feel like suffering. You’re right about the heartbreak. Oi. But I do love it so.

Avon: That’s the great thing about writing hockey romance — you can give your characters, and their teams, a happy ending! What about hockey do you think makes it a good focus for a romance novel?

Piper: I love the way hockey teams become a family of a kind. I love the nicknames and the intensity of the sport and the potential for rivalries–and how for a lot of players, that rivalry can end once they step off the ice and they can actually be friends. And, well, by now I think hockey is the greatest sport of all time, and if I want to read–or write–about any sport, this is going to be it. Hockey has become one of my happy places, and so is romance. Of course I’d want to combine the two. 🙂

Avon: I love that too, about the teams, and especially how even beyond the team name on the front of the jersey, hockey players, coaches, staff, fans….it’s all a family! It’s so much fun to meet and talk to other fans (even if you end up having to change your FB and Twitter icon to a hated team logo because of a bet *coughs*) who share a similar passion for the sport. As an author in M/M, would you say that is a similar sort of feeling?

Piper: Yes! I’ve mentioned this to you before, but when I first discovered M/M romance as a book genre, nearly 8 years after I started reading slash/fanfic online, I felt like I’d found my people. The M/M romance group was only about 200 members, maybe, when I joined. There were so few of us reading and writing at the time, about 6+ years ago, and people were so welcoming. I felt like I’d finally found where I belong–as a person and as an author–and I’ve made some of my best friends in this community.

Avon: As an author and a reader, what are your hopes for the genre in the larger scheme of the romance community?

Piper: Well, more than anything, I’d love to see it get more visibility. I’d love to see more of our (as in the collective M/M romance writing community) books hitting mainstream bestseller lists and being reviewed on the bigger blogs and in magazines. I’d love for it not to feel like a subgenre of the broader heterosexual romance community. I want it to be considered romance, period, and I’d love to see more of our books in my brick-and-mortar stores.

Avon: If you had a shelf for your favorite M/M romances, give us a sample of what you’d find on it!

Piper: Sure! I’m a huge fan of Jordan Castillo Price, so of course the “PsyCop” series would be on it. I love Andrea Speed’s “Infected” series, though I’d call it M/M urban fantasy with romantic subplots instead of M/M romance. “Bone Rider” by J. Fally would definitely be there, too, along with “Brothers of the Wild North Sea” by Harper Fox and Marie Sexton’s “Coda” series, JL Langley’s “With or Without” series and “Speechless” by Kim Fielding. There’d also be a few Megan Derr titles on there and plenty of others! I have lots of favorites.

Avon: What advice would you give to new authors who are just venturing forth into the world of publishing, no matter what genre?

Piper: I’d tell them to write what they enjoy. Sometimes we can get caught up in the market and what the next big trend is–and I’m not saying it’s not important to keep an eye on trends–but I feel like if you’re not writing what you love, you run the risk of burning yourself out and the whole process can lose its fun. I think it’s more important to love what you’re doing than, say, forcing yourself to write about firemen if you don’t actually have any interest in writing books about first responders. Write what calls to you and find the publisher best suited to help you polish and promote that book. That’s probably my best advice, aside from the whole practice makes perfect thing. 😉

Avon: And finally, who’s your prediction for the Stanley Cup matchup and eventual winner? The romantic version, or the more mundane RL one 😉

Piper: Well, if the Hawks get their act together, I can see them being in the championship again and possibly destroying the Washington Capitals to win the Stanley Cup. In the more romantic version, I think it’d be amazing to see it come down to the Boston Bruins against the Minnesota Wild. I’d be happy if the Bruins won, because you did sway me over to their side, but I’d be so thrilled to see the Wild win. I do love those boys, and not to be disloyal to my Blackhawks, but it’s not like they haven’t won a few times in the last 6 years. I mean, I do have a tube of melted 2015 Stanley Cup ice sitting on my bookshelf from their win last year, and I did watch that game. So, yeah. I think it’d be fun to see the Wild take the Cup. 🙂

Avon: There is only one thing in this that I can support, that being the Boston Bruins in the finals. Since, as we all know, I hate your hockey team. But luckily, our rivalry is a fun part of our friendship (and if you weren’t such a great friend, I’d toss that bottle of Stanley Cup ice into traffic. What?) and hockey fans are family no matter the team.

Thanks Piper!! I had so much fun interviewing you, watching hockey and finding out how to tweet Elizabeth Lowell and tell her we need her to write a book about Eric. Let’s do this again sometime! 😀

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Avon Gale was once the mayor on Foursquare of Jazzercise and Lollicup, which should tell you all you need to know about her as a person. She likes road trips, rock concerts, drinking Kentucky bourbon and yelling at hockey. She’s a displaced southerner living in a liberal midwestern college town, and she never gets tired of people and their stories — either real or the ones she makes up in her head.

Find Avon: @Facebook  |  @avongalewrites.com  |  @twitter

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Piper VaughnPiper Vaughn wrote her first love story at eleven and never looked back. Since then, she’s known that writing in some form was exactly what she wanted to do. A reader at the core, Piper loves nothing more than getting lost in a great book—fantasy, young adult, romance, she loves them all (and has a two-thousand-book library to prove it!). She grew up in Chicago, in an ethnically diverse neighborhood, and loves to put faces and characters of every ethnicity in her stories, so her fictional worlds are as colorful as the real one. Above all, she believes that everyone needs a little true love in their life…even if it’s only in a book.

Visit Piper at: Website  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Google+

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Clouded Hell Blog Tour: Reader Inspired Q&A with J.R. Gray

It’s no secret that I adore J.R. Gray, as an author and a person. He’s an enigmatic character and comes up with some of the HOTTEST books on the scene. His newest is out on March 23rd and, well, you’ve seen that cover, right? …RIGHT?! No? Well, even if you have I’m posting it again ’cause I just cannot get enough!

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If you’re like me, I’m absolutely certain you want more of this book (and that cover! And most of all, Gray!)….and I have got what you need. In anticipation of Clouded Hell’s release, Gray recently asked his Facebook group, The Gray Pack, to throw out any questions they may have for him. What they asked was an awesome mix of personal, craft, and Clouded Hell exclusives and Gray answers…even the dirty ones.

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Authors Interviewing Authors: Kris Ripper chats with J.R. Gray

What’s that? It’s Authors Interviewing Authors time again? YES! This month’s Authors Interviewing Authors post features two of my most favorite people in books talking what they love best: namely, writing (and also torturing their fans with teasers and secrets). Kris Ripper holds nothing back while asking J.R. Gray those hard questions and the answers…well, let’s just say they both enjoy themselves far too much.  Read More

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Back to You Blog Tour Stops at I Love YA Fiction: Q&A, review, and exclusive teasers for next book!

Welcome to day 1 of The Priscilla Glenn Back to You Blog Tour! Woohoo!!! We’re so happy to be one of the first stops and we have a fun Q&A with Priscilla Glenn for you, a fabulous review, a signed copy giveaway, plus an exclusive teaser (and details about the release of the full sneak peek at the end of the tour next week)! So let’s get down to business!

You read Back to You by Priscilla Glenn, right? RIGHT?! If not, stop everything you’re doing and get on this book! I’ll wait. Don’t believe me? Check out our review of the book here and if a 10+ star review doesn’t convince you then, well, you have issues. This book and the author are nothing short of amazing! Back to You is the story of Lauren, a day care teacher still reeling ten years after being left behind by her best friend and first love Michael. When he shows up at the daycare with his daughter in tow, Lauren is shocked to discover she just might still have feelings for him and is forced to choose between this ghost from her past and the perfect man she’s currently dating. I can’t do it justice. All I can say is, read our review, buy the book, and then put your entry in to win 1 of 3 signed copies below!

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Now on to the fun stuff! Below you’ll find a hilarious Top Ten with Priscilla and a teaser of the sneak peek to her new book, Emancipating Andie, we’ll be releasing in its entirety January 9th.

Top Ten with Priscilla Glenn

Full disclosure: I totally cheat when it comes to “favorite” surveys. Instead of choosing favorites, I give lists. You’ve been warned.

Favorite movie: Dirty Dancing, A Bronx Tale, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, The Karate Kid (the original!), My Cousin Vinny, The Princess Bride

Favorite song: Colorblind by Counting Crows, This Year’s Love by David Gray (I taught myself how to play both on the piano!), Hold You In My Arms by Ray LaMontagne, These Are The Days by Van Morrison, Arizona by Kings of Leon, Last Request by Paolo Nutini, Killing Me Softly by The Fugees, Romeo and Juliet by Dire Straits

A place I’d love to visit: Italy, Greece (especially Santorini), Hawaii

Item you can’t live without: My cell phone. I know it’s irrational, but if I ever happen to forget it at home, or if it runs out of battery in a place where I can’t charge it, I have a moment of sheer panic. It’s quite ridiculous.

Person you would like to meet: If I were being fantastical, I would say Maya Angelou. If I were being realistic, I would say Katja Millay, author of The Sea of Tranquility. She stepped up and took me under her wing when I first published Back to You, and we’ve been trading emails, texts, and phone calls ever since. We often lament the fact that we can’t just hop in the car and meet up for coffee. Or alcohol, depending on the day ;)

Favorite hobby: If I say reading and writing, is that cheating? It truly does take up most of the free time I have when I’m not teaching or taking care of my family. I love, love, love getting manicures and pedicures. Does that qualify as a hobby? 😉 I also love teaching myself songs on the piano, although it’s been a while since I’ve learned anything new.

Guilty pleasure: Robert Pattinson. I know, I know. My husband never misses an opportunity to tell me I’m not thirteen years old, to which I always respond that I don’t have a crush on him for being Edward. I like that he’s humble and self-deprecating and funny. And also, he’s sex on legs.

Favorite book/author: anything by Emily Giffin, Stephenie Meyer, JR Ward, Tammara Webber, Victoria Dahl, Jennifer Crusie, Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, SC Stephens

Favorite color: blue

Collect anything? Do toys count? My kids are five, three, and ten months. My family room often looks like an episode of hoarders.

EXCLUSIVE TEASER for Priscilla Glenn’s next book, Emancipating Andie. The full 3 page sneak peek will be released on January 9th! Check back for the full thing but for now, content yourself with this:

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As soon as she gave up the fight, he reached over and took her other hand, sandwiching them between both of his.

She could feel the warmth of his skin permeating hers as he pressed his palms together, and she glanced up at him. He was watching her, his eyes full of amusement and something else she couldn’t place.

More of this awesome sneak peek to be revealed in just 6 days…

 

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Reveal! The Revamped and Glamorous Cover for Back to You by Priscilla Glenn

Hey! So you read Back to You by Priscilla Glenn and fell in love with Lauren and Michael, right? Us too! Heck, we loved it so much that we forced the author to befriend us and now we’re BFFs who can joke about things like Friends reruns and funny Nickelback parodies. She also gave us an exclusive Q&A session where she revealed the real life inspiration of Michael in addition to letting us pick her brain for random and fun facts. Now, we’re back with the latest news about this fantastic read. The cover has been revamped and is more glamorous and fabulous than before. Without any more blah-blah-blahing, here it is; for your eyes only: Back to You!

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Author Spotlight: Priscilla Glenn

Hey, you! Welcome to our first ever Author Spotlight. Woot woot! I’ve made it my mission in life to find out more about the authors I love and you just get to benefit from it. Lucky ducks! Tonight’s Author Spotlight is focusing on someone who has recently burst out on the scene with a debut novel you might have heard of:

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An Interview with Frankie Rose, author of the much hyped, Sovereign Hope

If you’re like us (and since you’re here reading, I think you more than likely are), you like to troll twitter and facebook for a glimpse of the next big thing. “Next big thing of what”, you might be wondering; well, we don’t have a pre-determined subject really. We just like to troll around for whatever strikes our fancy and figure out what the most hyped about thing within that genre is.  Then we learn all about it, absorbing that information to use later at parties and what not. You know, to look cool. It’s an art form really.

So a few days ago I noticed that A LOT of book bloggers were talking about some new author. Nothing new there. New authors crop up all the time. But then, the buzz about her got bigger and bigger until all the 5+ star reviews of her book made me take interest. “Ah-ha!” I thought, here’s the most hyped about thing in YA fiction these days. “Yes! I am on the ball. Watch out party at the Powers’ house. You are in for a treat.” But then of course, I realized something: I had heard of this author before AND was even planning on interviewing her. That’s right, Frankie Rose, the sweet author who contacted me a month or so ago about her debut novel, Sovereign Hope, was the next big thing! And I was in on it!

Frankie was so delightful, just so open and candid in the Q&A we did with her that I can honestly say that if the book lives up to its creator then we have a force to be reckoned with on our hands.

Here’s the most recent blurb about the book:

Farley Hope was seventeen when her mother disappeared. In the last six months not much has changed, except that her eighteenth birthday came and went and still no sign of Moira. Her life is just as complicated as it always was: since her father died in a car crash before she was even born, she’s officially parentless, and to top it all off she’s still suffering from the hallucinations. Mind-splitting, vivid hallucinations- the kind prone to induce night terrors and leave you whimpering under your covers like a baby.

The last thing on her mind is boys. Farley is on break from St. Judes’ when she meets Daniel. It’s not some casual run in at a party, or even a blind date with friends, though. Daniel is the guy stalking her in his 1970′s Dodge Charger; the guy standing at her  window in the LA lunch hour traffic, determined  on dragging her out of her truck.
The moment Farley lays eyes on Daniel, everything changes. However, regrettably for Farley, her life isn’t set to change for the better. She is drawn into a world that will shake apart everything she thought she ever knew. There are truths out there that she must learn: who her father really was, and what it means to have his blood flowing through her veins; that a person’s soul is their only real currency, and there are people who would do anything to take hers; that loving someone can hurt so much more than hating them; but, most importantly, when your future is predestined, there is little you can do to change it.
Farley Hope is prophesied.
Her coming has been awaited for hundreds of years.
She is destined to end the tyranny of the Soul Reavers.
To do so she must die.
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J: Ooh, cool synopsis! So Frankie, what inspired you to write this debut novel? What was the process you went through to get it published? What advice would you have for other aspiring debut writers? Any tricks of the trade you’ve learned the hard way?

F: Gosh, this is a big question! I guess what truly inspired me to write Sovereign Hope was the desire to do something different. There were so many books that I’d read and loved, but followed the same kind of pattern, and with the same kinds of protagonists and bad guys.

With the publishing, I was offered a traditional publishing contract with a small press publishing company but I decided that I wanted the freedom to publish Sovereign Hope when I was ready, not when they were. And I wanted to keep control of the project as I saw it, so that the end product would be entirely mine. My title, the cover that I wanted… that was really important to me. So, in order to do that I learned everything I needed to so I could self-publish, which was a big task, but it was remarkably rewarding. I’ve loved the route I’ve taken to get Sovereign Hope out into the world!
As for tricks of the trade, the one thing I would suggest to anyone wanting to self publish would be to get the advice of many instead of the few, and definitely not the advice of your friends! People naturally want to please other people, and that often leads to them saying lovely things which are all well and good, when sometimes an author needs to hear the painful truth!

J: Could you describe your writing process for us?

F: Initially, I like to mull over an idea for a couple of days and let it really take shape in my mind. Once I’ve thought about the topic of the book, the events and the characters, I’ll start putting it down on paper. Really rounding out who the main characters of the book are going to be. From there I’ll start thinking about the events of the story and the order in which they will occur and how they affect each other. The last stage is really plotting out each individual chapter with the specifics. The specifics are really important… If you don’t plot the chapters and stick to the outlines of what you need to accomplish for each stage, then you’re likely going to get sidetracked or veer off path.

J: Why should we read your book? What sets it apart from all the rest?

F:When I wrote Sovereign Hope, I wanted to create a world completely different to other YA paranormal books. I wanted to build something that would be memorable because there was nothing else like it out there. I’ve been told by many of my readers that I accomplished this, and I can only hope I have! Another important part of Sovereign Hope, for me, is the characters. I wanted Farley to be strong and independent, and to have an attitude all of her own. And with Daniel, I wanted him to possess many qualities, not just be super hot and ready to protect Farley at the drop of a hat. Don’t get me wrong, he is super hot and fiercely protective, but he has his own story and insecurities.

J: Has your family been supportive of you as you try to make your way as an author?

F: They really have. All of them have been lovely about it. I live just about as far away as I could possibly get from my family, so it’s really great to connect with them on facebook and things like that. My husband’s side of the family are really wonderful, too. I love them to bits, and they have been fantastically supportive of me and of Sovereign Hope.

J: What would you consider to be your personal mantra?

F: Don’t Give Up!!! Has to be… There were a hundred points along the road to where I am right now that I could have just stopped and said, “this is way too hard.” I really did have to pick myself up and really push myself to continue. It was hard because I had faith in what I was going- I think the sheer volume of information that you need to learn when doing everything for yourself can be a little daunting at times. But, truly, once you understand what needs to be done, it’s just a matter of organising yourself. So Don’t Give Up!!

J: What author and which fictional character would make you squeal like a fangirl if he/she sat down next to you at a restaurant?

F: Huh… I would go nuts if Neil Gaiman sat down next to me in a restaurant! He’s an amazing author, and I have a lot of respect for his work. The worlds he creates are phenomenally enjoyable. As for a character… I think at the moment it would have to be Cassel Sharpe. The way Holly Black wrote him in her Curse Workers series was so good. I loved that everything was from a guy’s perspective.

J: What are three things you cannot live without and why?

F: 1. I literally could not live without my phone. I must reply to at least thirty emails with it every day, especially when I actually manage to get five minutes away from my desk.
2. I would be lost without my husband. I’m sure he’d object to being called a ‘thing’, but I’m gonna have to stretch the boundaries of the word in order to include him! He takes care of things when I’m too busy to accomplish ridiculously easy things that would take all of two minutes.
3. Lastly, I would be lost without the internet. If I didn’t have the internet, researching for my work would be much, much harder, but also I would find it difficult to connect with my family and friends, who have been immensely supportive during the process of me writing and publishing this book.

J: Who has influenced you the most in your life?

F: Hard question. I would have to say it’s a collective group of people. My friends have been really influential in that they’ve encouraged and pushed me, and helped pick me up when I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed by everything. The same goes for my husband and my family, of course.

J: Last but not least, the burning question I always must know: window or aisle and why?

F: I’m gonna say aisle. I hate being trapped and not being able to get up so I can move around. Also, I always remember that scene from Fight Club where Brad Pitt debates whether to give Ed Norton ‘the ass or the crotch’,- I don’t like having the ask myself the same question whenever I’m trying to shimmy past strangers in order to get to the bathroom! I’m pretty tall, too, so being able to stick your legs out is always nice.

Haha. There you have it! Girlfriend loves Neil Gaiman (so do I!) and she knows how to insert a good ass or crotch into her interview. Good times.

Be sure to check out Frankie Rose’s book, Sovereign Hope today to see what all this hoopla is about. If you’re still on the fence, even after those fun responses, our own review will be out shortly to help tip the balance in her favor.

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