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Laurie A. Green – Carolyn Reader’s Choice Award Winner May 28, 2016

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2016.Carolyn.Readers.Choice.Award.Specialized.WinnerI am very happy to welcome my friend and talented author Laurie A. Green.  Laurie is the winner of the 2016 Carolyn Readers Choice Award in the Specialized category for her book Inherit the Stars.

Laurie, I am thrilled to have you here at Whiskey With My Book.  Congratulations on winning the award.  It is a well-deserved award in my opinion!

Will you tell us a little about yourself?
I retired as a military budget director in February of this year, so my full-time job is now “author.” (Insert very big smile here.) I’m a three-time RWA Golden Heart® finalist who primarily writes Science Fiction Romance and founded the SFR Brigade community of writers in 2010.

I live on a ranch in beautiful New Mexico with my husband and various dogs, cats, and horses. We raise Thoroughbreds on a very limited basis and have a promising yearling filly whose registered name…

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Portals Volume One May 12, 2016

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My latest sekrit project. Now, not so sekrit, but available! Read more from Whiskey With My Book Review site.

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Portals-promoPortals is the inspiration of several clever members of the Science Fiction Romance Brigade.  In each volume, you will find the first chapter of 10 different Science Fiction Romance books.  Volume One of the highly anticipated Portals project is now available.  Think you want to read some SciFi Romance, but don’t know where to start?  For the extremely low price of FREE, Portals is better than a trip to the bookstore.

At intervals of approximately 2 weeks, the four volumes will be released.  The books included were grouped by their heat levels as follows:

Volume One – A universe where stories will contain some explicit love scenes.

Volume Two – Worlds with frequent hot and fiery romance, in scenes described using more graphic language than in Volume One.

Volume Three – Landscapes with sensual, less graphic love scenes than those found in Volume One or Two.

Volume Four – Dimensions with an all-encompassing romantic blend, from mildest to hottest…

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Can You Recommend a Good SciFi Romance? May 6, 2016

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Today, I am very excited to welcome not one, not two, but THREE fabulous SciFi Romance authors to Smart Girls Love SciFi Romance.  Laurie A. Green, Pauline Baird Jones and Veronica Scott.  They are here to tell us about the Science Fiction Romance Brigade project – Portals.  First, here is Laurie to tell you what to expect with Portals.

Portals-promoMAKING OF THE PORTALS PROJECT

You may have already heard the buzz about Portals or this might be the first time it’s come to your attention. The idea behind the project is to help readers find Science Fiction Romance books they love by offering a free sampling of a wide variety of story openers. Here’s the concept summary from the official project unveiling:

The SFR Brigade community of writers is planning a FREE four volume set of Science Fiction Romance beginnings ~ and only beginnings ~ of 40

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Sean Danker & Admiral May 2, 2016

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In reading this interview on Whiskey With My Book Reviews, I’m very intrigued with Admiral by Sean Danker.

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Admiral by Sean Danker releases on May 3rd.  If you read my recent review post, you know that I liked it!

Today, Sean is kind enough to answer a few questions for me.  Check out this fun interview and then keep reading for an excerpt from Admiral.

Sean, your internet presence is very low profile. I found two very brief bios, one on Penquin books and the other on your own website. The Admiral character in your books is about as forthcoming as you are on social media. I hate ask a yes or no question, but I am curious. Is Admiral a bit autobiographical?

Sean: Thankfully, no. The Admiral and I are nothing alike. The only thing we have in common is a similar fashion sense.

If you were to travel into space (present day or future), would you be going as a crew member, colonist, adventurer or spy and…

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