Her Angelic Lover Part 1 By: A.M Night

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we  have A.M Night author of Her Angelic Lover Part 1.  Thank You for joining us today, what inspired you to write this book?

A.M Night: I was always fascinated with paranormal. One day I asked myself how would it be if magical creatures would exist.  If we humans wouldn’t be alone.

How would they adapt to our world so we would never know they’re even there? And of course, what would happen if one of those creatures would seduce a human.

NefretitiM: Wow sounds interesting and juicy!  Tell me how did you come up with the title?

A.M Night: Before I decided on the current title, I was playing around with few others. 

Seduced By a Fallen Angel was my first idea. But it had flaws. First, it was too long. But what was more important was, that it sounded too much like just erotica, not erotica with romance which was what I was aiming for.

So I changed it to Her Winged Lover. Again it just didn’t sound right. Even though it was very close to the current title, there was a word in it that was bothering me. Winged. What if people would got different pictures about what was one of the main characters?

That was when I replaced word Winged with Angelic. Now the title is simple, not confusing and definitely not too long. Her Angelic Lover. 

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

A.M Night: As I like to say, Her Angelic Lover is a sweet cocktail of erotica, romance, and lesbian, with a supernatural cherry on top. Take a sip and find out what happens when an angel seduces a human.

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

A.M Night: That’s easy. For years I was an enthusiastic reader. I’ve read so many books I can’t even remember all of them. And every time I read a story, I was more and more encouraged to write my own.

NefretitiM: I can definitely relate to that. What is the writing process like for you?

A.M Night: It’s amazing. Almost all the time it feels like my keyboard is a magic wand, helping me create people and their stories, that never existed before. Many times, I don’t even want to go to sleep, just so I can write a little more.

Unfortunately, there are sometimes also writer’s blocks. I just hate when they happen. The worst thing is that they don’t destroy my imagination. I know what I want to write, but just can’t. Like some unknown force would be draining all the energy from my body, and all I can do is stare blankly at the screen.

 Thankfully, after listening to encouraging music, the blocks stop, and I can write again.

 NefretitiM: Nice…What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

A.M Night: Sometimes, I like to draw my characters (although I’m not very good at it).

Like probably most fiction writers I just adore reading. I also enjoy playing with my neighbor’s dog as many times as she lets me.  And spending time with my family and friend really brings everything together

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

A.M Night: If you really want (to do) something, you can’t just dream about it and hope for it to happen. You need to take action and make it happen.  And if after that looks like everything is going to hell, don’t give up! It’s the only way you won’t have any regrets. It’s still better to fail than not try at all.   I wish you all luck with your writing!

NefretitiM: Well put! This was certainly a pleasure. I hope you stop by Literary Links to discuss the sequel.  Thank You for joining us.  Get your copy of  Her Angelic Lover Part 1 Today!

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The Fairy’s Notebook By: Lazaros Blank Books

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have the creator of “The Fairy’s Notebook” What inspired you to write this book?

Lazaros: I wanted to create a book dedicated to the idea of “Fairies”. I used to believe in fairies when I was young. My childhood is where the inspiration came from.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title? This organizer/notebook is dedicated to the fairy I used to believe in when I was a child. “The Fairy’s Notebook” invites everyone to start keeping notes in a quality book printed in cream paper.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book fit into?

Lazaros:”The Fairy’s Notebook” is a blank book that can help people with their note keeping needs.

NefretitiM: What infuenced your interest in writing?

Lazaros: I recalled memories from my childhood when the world was much different for me that it was in reality. These memories influenced me as a was designing this blank book.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Lazaros: Here in “Lazaros’ Blank Books” we see each published title as a separate project that is created to solve people’s problems. For example when you are in need of some paper to write in then comes “The Fairy’ Notebook” which will offer a unique writing experience.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you are not writing?

Lazaros: I like to take walks near the river in the city where I live in North Greece. I also surf the web a lot and I try to find ways to improve my publications.

NefretitiM: Nice.. Thanks for joining us again, your coloring books seem to be quite awesome.   Get your copy of The Fairy’s Notebook” @

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The 12 Chinese Signs Coloring Book By: Lazaros Blank Books

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have the creator of The 12 Chinese Signs
coloring book” Tell us Lazaros What inspired you to write these books?

Lazaros Blank Books: I used to know a Chinese astrologer with many years
of experience. She helped me during difficult times and this coloring book
was inspired by her.

NefretitiM: Wow interesting. How did you come up with the title?

Lazaros: I love astrology and especially the Chinese Zodiac and I wanted to create
a book that would be simple and educative. The result of this desire is
the “The 12 Chinese Signs Coloring Book”

NefretitiM: What genre does this book fit into?

Lazaros: I believe this is a book for all ages and it should belong to
“Coloring Books”

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Lazaros: As a coloring book the “12 Chinese Signs Coloring Book” doesn’t
have much text in it but it includes the myth of how Emperor Jade selected
the 12 animals in the first place.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Lazaros: My books are creations that are published to solve people’s
problems. I follow a dedicated plan and I see each book as a separate
project.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you are not writing?

Lazaros: I surf the web looking for new ideas for blank books.

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other
writers?

Lazaros: Write or create your books one step at a time and be patient because good
things take some time but the result is wonderful. Never give up.

NefretitiM: That’s good advice. Thanks for joining us.
Get your copy of the “The 12 Chinese Signs Coloring Book” today!

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The Transient, The Emperor, And The Man Left Alone By: Jacob Harrell

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have Jacob Harrell Author of The Transient, The Emperor, And The Man Left Alone.   Thank you for joining us. What inspired you to write this book?

Jacob Harrell: I drew inspiration from the greatest muse there is – Boredom. I spend a lot of time traveling, either by plane, automobile, or by placing one foot in front of the other (the best form of transportation), and during these long journeys, my mind has a tendency to wander into world that I never knew existed. And so, I decided to take those abstract thoughts and put them to paper. It had always been a dream of mine to publish something anyways.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Jacob Harrell: The title is spurned from key events that occur within the story, in which, the main protagonist, Derren Washington, travels from phase of his life to another, whereby he becomes, all at once, a transient, an emperor, and a man left alone.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Jacob Harrell: Above anything else, this is a work of fiction, but I may, rather loosely mind you, classify it as a science fiction/ fantasy/ adventure/ humorist piece.

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Jacob Harrell: I had always been interested in crafting stories ever since I was a young lad. I would go to the library two, sometimes three, times a week and pull myself from reality just long enough to lose myself in wonderfully crafted tales. I still remember the first time I read The Call of the Wild, or how it felt when I read 100 Years of Solitude, or how utterly immersed within The Cat’s Cradle I was. It didn’t take long before I began to write my own stories, but, much like Kilgore Trout, those stories were often thrown into the trash or placed in forgotten chests, never to see the light of day. It wasn’t until after reading Catch – 22 that I finally decided to take my writing more seriously and make it a public affair.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Jacob Harrell: I would describe my writing process as being very scattered almost like a frantic squirrel that forgets where it has hidden its nuts. I don’t sit down to just write and write in a coherent line. Instead, I put ideas on paper as they come to me, and then rearrange them to form a rough skeleton. Later, I’ll go back and flesh out the differing areas within the story as my muse sees fit. Typically, ideas come while in transit, usually on extended hikes through the woods, or drawn out car rides. Rarely am I able to just sit force ideas to come to fruition. I prefer ideas to come to me naturally and seamlessly, effortlessly. For this reason, I always carry a pen and paper on my person. One never knows when an idea will present itself.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Jacob Harrell: When not writing, I am unfortunately relegated to working, but when I’m not doing that, I am doing anything and everything I can to occupy my time – hiking, backpacking, fishing, pyrography, climbing, loving life and all of its intricacies.

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Jacob Harrell: Have fun with your writing. Don’t make it a chore. Ideas come to us in so many ways, don’t force them. Find your muse and feed her whenever you get a chance. Disconnect from the distractions that keep you from your work. My is filled with them (television, music, instruments, video games), so when I want to truly write, I do so in a comfortable place away from my home where I can better hear the melody of my thoughts. Another major hindrance for me was a worry about what other individuals might say about what I write, that nobody would appreciate my work, but when I started thinking about the burgeoning human population that is nearly at 8 billion, and how easy it was, within my own life, to find other like-minded individuals, I stopped worrying about that. Surely, out of nearly 8 billion people, I can find at least one or two people that find enjoyment in my writing, and that is enough for me.

NefretitiM:  Good advice ! Thank You for joining us today.  Get your copy of The Transient, The Emperor, And The Man Left Alone @

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Done Rubbed Out Reightman & Bailey Book One By: Jeffery Craig

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have Jeffery Craig author  of Done Rubbed Out Reightman & Bailey Book One.   What inspired you to write this book?

Jeffery Craig: I have had the basic idea for the book for quite some time and had been keeping a collection of notes. After a late night discussion with a group of friends, I decided to start putting words down on paper, and never looked back. I was worried about not being able to find enough words, but 750 pages later my simple little mystery thriller had turned into the first two books of the Reightman & Bailey series. There was a lot happing in my part of the world related to the fight for equality and it fit nicely into the book. It was just meant to be!

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Jeffery Craig: I wanted something that was a little bit of a double entendre, and that had somewhat of a film noir filling to it. I came up with the title during the second or third edit, based on something one of the characters says in the book. It was a perfect fit.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Jeffery Craig: ll the books in the series are Mystery/thrillers featuring a gay protagonist and a cranky, menopausal detective.

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Jeffery Craig: I have done quite a bit of professional writing, but had never really made the time for writing fiction. I am a big reader and have been from a very early age. I remember my mom reading to me when I was very young. Great stories intrigued me, and I figured it was time to try telling my own stories, filled with my own messages.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Jeffery Craig: Process? There’s supposed to be a process???? No one told me that! Seriously, I try to write every day. I use a general outline plot out the crime, and then develop the characters and the storyline within that framework. I tend to let the characters have a lot of say regarding where they want to go. Sometimes I have to reel them back in and get everyone on track, but this seems to work pretty well for me. Then I do a couple of rounds of self-editing, send it to my great group of beta readers, make adjustments and then hand off to my professional editor.

NefretitiM: Ha ha.. you’re funny.  So what do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Jeffery Craig: I am a co-owner of a local art gallery/gift store that provides a venue for area artists to showcase and sell their works. I also paint myself, and we have a pretty large garden in the historic downtown neighborhood where we live. All of that keeps me pretty busy.

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Jeffery Craig: Keep writing and telling your stories. Practice makes perfect and as your craft grows so will your readers. Learn to take constructive criticism well and think about it before reacting. More often than not, it will inform your work in a positive way. And finally, spend the money for an editor. If you can’t spend it on anything else, spend it there. If you have a few buck left over, get a good designer to do your cover.

NefretitiM: Well said.  I really enjoyed our interview today.  Much success to you Mr. Craig. Go get your copy of Done Rubbed Out Today…

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Inspirational Life Quotes – Colouring Book for Adults By: K.O Reilly

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have K.O Reilly author of Inspirational Life Quotes – Colouring Book for Adults.   What inspired you to write this book?

K.O Reilly: I created this adult coloring book because I wanted to help anybody who suffers with anxiety or stress and encourage them to take some time out and relax by coloring in some inspiring life quotes.

NefretitiM:How did you come up with the title?

K.O Reilly: The quotes that I use in the book are all inspirational life quotes so it seemed like an obvious choice for the title of the book.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

K.O Reilly: This book is in the Adult Coloring Book Genre.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

K.O Reilly: Before I started creating adult coloring books, I spent my time show jumping as I love horses! I also love to travel and so I started a travel blog called Yolo Travel Inspiration to document my travels.

NefretitiM: Wow,  impressive! Before you go; what tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

K.O Reilly: My tip to other writers would be: Don’t be put off if you don’t think you are the best writer, there are ways around everything and outsourcing is a great alternative if you have any weaknesses.

NefretitiM: Well said! Thank You for joining us today. Get your copy of Inspirational Life Quotes – Colouring Book for Adults @ http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1517633192

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The String Effect By: Alfred K. Watson

NefretitiM: Today on Literary Links we have Alfred K. Watson author of The String Effect.  Mr. Watson what inspired you to write this book?
Alfred K Watson:  For a long time, I always wanted to write a book. After reading so many other books, I just felt I had to tell my stories that I had going on in my head.

NefretitiM: How did you come up with the title?

Alfred K Watson:  After being in several relationships where it felt as though I was just being strung along, I just had to use what I know in order to make the reader feel as though that they can relate to my stories.

NefretitiM: What genre does this book to fit into?

Alfred K Watson: I would say that it’s more of a suspense, romantic novel.

NefretitiM: What influenced your interest in writing?

Alfred K Watson: I always say that words are a very power thing. To have other people see what you see, and feel what you feel when you are writing about your characters, it gives testimony to just how great the mind works.

NefretitiM: What is the writing process like for you?

Alfred K Watson: I like to find a nice quite place where the light is dim. I will not start writing until I now that there would absolutely no interruptions.

NefretitiM: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Alfred K Watson: I enjoy my family 100% There’s nothing more important in the work than having your family to love and lean on whenever you are down. They are your strongest inspiration!

NefretitiM: What tips or words of encouragement do you have for other writers?

Alfred K Watson:  I would say that the #1 tip I could give any writer, especially a beginner, Don’t stop writing! Once you start, keep going. There will be plenty of distraction, things going on in your life that would discourage you. Only you can kill your own dreams! Just buckle down and make it happen for you. In the end you will have a very great since of achievement. There is no other feeling like it!

NefretitiM: Well said! Thank you for joining us tonight. Get your copy of The String Effect.

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