Tuesday, May 27, 2014

My Week on Unicorn Bell!

Well, this is my week on Unicorn Bell, the writing and critique blog. 

I have some amazing authors I've interviewed for this week, and I'd love for you to drop by and find out more about each one of them. I decided to give you a sneak peek of what awaits you over at UB today...

Author Bio:

Elizabeth is a wife, a mom, and a writer. She has four wonderful boys, one dusty house, and three published books to her credit. Feel free to check them out and buy them HERE! Erm, the books, not the kids or the house...though all things in life are negotiable ;)

You can find her here - Blog // Facebook // Twitter

Mini Blurbs:

Past Due: When Jenna comes nose to well-formed chest with her past, this single mom realizes her happily ever may only come after a painful journey down memory lane. Once love is lost, can it ever be found again?

Healing Summer: The middle child and bad boy of the Coulter line, Craig, swore off women to live the hermit life in Montana. His plan was working until quarter flips at cross roads brought the sweet, suffering, ditched-at-the-altar Mollie to his town and his heart.

Fate Intended: The final Coulter brother, Trip, trades a boring job for a place on a black ops team. He swaps a bitchy girlfriend for a sweet cleaning lady...who may be a Russian mafia princess on the lamb for murder. No matter. Whoever or whatever she is, Jane has Trip's heart in her cross hairs.

Teaser Interview With Elizabeth Seckman 

What books or authors have most influenced your writing?

I wouldn't be writing if it weren't for Dixie Browning. She's a fabulous lady and
prolific author who took the time to offer me a critique and pointers when I was still
head hopping and writing in passive voice. And she gave me the very best advice
ever: READ. Then read some more. Then just tell the story.

How do you receive inspiration for your novels?

Honestly, it's simply a “what if” that grows. For my next novel, a historical, I had
to wonder­ what if there was a character who had the heart of Melanie Wilkes and
spunk of Scarlet O'Hara? From that, Bella's Point was born.

If you were a professional wrestler, what would your ring name be and why?

MomDre the Giant. Why? My son thought it was hilarious.

To read more of Elizabeth's interview and to enter her awesome Giveaway, click Here.


  1. Hey that's me! LOL. I've recovered from the graduation weekend and ready to blog.

    Thanks for inviting me over Kristin. You're such a fabulous lady!!!

  2. Sounds like Melanie Wilkes won't be so dull and tooth achingly sweet which is better:) Like your wrestler name and The books shown here sound quite good


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