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Moonshadow’s Guardian by Dianna Gunn

I am so excited for the interview and amazing book I’m sharing today. I met Dianna Gunn during PitchWars 2016 and we instantly connected. During that time, I got to take a rare peek into an earlier version of her amazing book, Moonshadow’s Guardian, and instantly fell in love with the fuzzy dragon in this tale. I can’t wait to see this book out in the world. And so without further gilding the lily, and no more ado, I present Fantasy Author Dianna Gunn and Moonshadow’s Guardian.

Moonshadow’s Guardian (Moonshadow Rising #1)

All Riana has ever wanted is freedom. Unfortunately, that’s the one thing her kind cannot have.

Bound by the curse in her demonic blood for millennia, Riana has tried several times to bend the rules and live out her life in the mortal realm...

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Winterview with Author D. R. Willis

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.

In all honestly, if it wasn’t for my mom I probably would never have started writing.

I started writing short stories (on a typewriter) for my mom a very long time ago to read to her. She had become legally blind due to diabetes and one day out of the blue as I was reading a book to her my mom said, why don’t I write some stories maybe something about Star Trek? (That was her favorite show)...

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Winterview with Author S. M. Roffey

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.

I am a writer, mother, and superhero. No, really, I grew up as a complete comic book nerd, so as an adult I jumped at the chance to volunteer cosplay, and you can often find me dressed up like Batgirl working with organizations like Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Make-A-Wish Foundation, El Mundo Latin Family Festival, and Special Olympics/Summer Games...

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Winterview with Author Rachel Brick (Composer IceRequiem)

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.

I’m trained as a biomedical scientist, currently working as a research scientist for a small company in New Jersey. During my PhD studies, I discovered my passion for writing stories and composing violin/piano music. Most of my music pieces are instrumental, either classic orchestral, or some kind of classical/electronic fusion...

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Winterview with Author John Cordial

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.

Hey all! I’m John Cordial, author, writer, editor, bookworm, word-enthusiast, and general penslinger extraordinaire! Also I go a bit overboard on my introductions, that’s another fun trait. I live in mid-California and I’m an indie-author, so I get a cool beard. That’s how that works, right?

2. What types of books do you write, and why?

Uh, that’s a tough one...

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