#MondayMuse Guest Post from author, @JeanBooth – For The Love of My Sister #MondayBlogs

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Monday Muse – Inspirational people surround us at every turn.  To celebrate some of the incredible women who continue to motivate us on our writing journey I post a Monday Muse dedicated to the women/characters who are our artistic inspiration.

Who is your Muse?

Today, on the Big Blue Takeover I am delighted to welcome Jean Booth, author of Zombie War to talk about her Monday Muse. Over to Jean…

I don’t have any one specific person that is my artistic inspiration. When I wrote Zombie War, my younger sister, Sarah was on my mind. She has an inner strength to her that I don’t think she saw for a long time. She had always been quite unsure of herself, but I could see beneath that uncertainty to the strong, capable woman she’s growing into. I wrote this book, in part, to show her her strength.

Jean Booth girl with blue eyes

The main character, deliberately…

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#FridayBookShare Guest Post by @DreaDamara as she shares Jason’s Princess by @EliseManion plus #BookReview

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Today’s guest on the Big Blue Takeover is author, Drea Damara who has chosen to share fellow BHC author, Elise Manion’s book, Jason’s Princess for the Friday Book Share Game. You’ll also find Drea’s review of Jason’s Princess at the bottom of this post.

Anyone can have a go at the Friday Book Share Game – all you need to do is answer the following questions based on a book you enjoyed reading and use the hashtag #FridayBookShare

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#MondayMuse Guest Post by @adtrosper ‘Writers Who Inspire Me’ #MondayBlogs

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Kicking off the Big Blue Takeover we have a guest post from fantasy author, A.D.Trosper who writes the wonderfully descriptive, Dragon’s Call series.

Audra is sharing her Monday Muse – not one, not two, but four of the writers who inspired her writing career. Over to Audra…

Inspirational people surround us at every turn.  To celebrate some of the incredible people who continue to motivate us on our writing journey we look at the writers who are our artistic inspiration

Writers who inspired me by A.D.Trosper

I was eleven when I stumbled across the first book that truly inspired me. I loved fantasy and had watched most fantasy movies that were out then. But there weren’t a lot of fantasy books around. My mother read, a lot, but she didn’t really read that genre. In addition to that, I was extremely wrapped up in horses. My life revolved around learning about them and daydreaming about them…

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