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Readers Beware! 5 Reasons Not To Read 'Behind Our Lives' by Charlene Carr

Our MBB guest poster today, author Charlene Carr, is hella talented, but you won't find her begging you to buy her new book anytime soon. In fact, if you're not the type of reader who would appreciate her, she'll happily advise you to take your business elsewhere - in the nicest possible way, of course. In this guest post, she gives you five reasons not to buy her book.



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Author Bio:  Charlene Carr is a lover of words. After travelling the globe for several years and working as a freelance writer, editor, and facilitator, she decided the time had come to focus on her true love—novel writing.  Charlene writes fiction full of thought and heart. Her endings may not always be 'happy', but she always ends with hope. She is the author of seven novels and one novella. She lives in St. John's, Newfoundland and loves exploring the amazing coastline of her harbour town, dancing up a storm, and strivi…

Guest Post on Author Inspiration: Soulless by MV Kasi

Today, MBB features a guest post by author MV Kasi, on the subject of inspiration. The novel 'Soulless' by MV Kasi has recently been released and the author has just completed her blog tour.


Inspiration for 'Soulless' by MV Kasi


I don't really remember the exact inspiration before I started to write this book. I just sat down to start a new book after I had completed my previous novel,' That Same Old Love'. Initially, it was to be a spin-off for the 'A Match Made In Hell' series. But once I had sketched my heroine Sia's character, I had to stop. I kept thinking about her for a very long time. I knew I couldn't continue in the same vein as my first book. I couldn't write Sia's story as a romantic-comedy. It took me nearly six months to get inside her head and understand her. And once I did, I knew I had to give her a killer story along with an equally awesome complex hero who would complement her. It pushed me out of my comfort zone bec…