AtoZChallenge 2015: V is for Vampires

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AtoZChallenge 2015: V is for Vampires Welcome to Wittegen Press, this year our theme for the AtoZ is ‘Why’. Today Natasha Duncan-Drake will be talking about why she wrote her Soul Reader Series. There is a very simple answer to ‘why’ today and that is the title of the post: vampires. I love them. I have spoken about my obsession […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: U is for Unapologetic

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AtoZChallenge 2015: U is for Unapologetic Our theme here at Wittegen Press this year is ‘why’, specifically, why have we, as authors, written the titles we have. And, each day, the book we’re talking about will be FREE. Today, I’m talking about my collection of Christmas Poems, which is an unapologetic dose of Christmas cheer :). I would say it’s out […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: T is for Tom Hiddleston

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AtoZChallenge 2015: T is for Tom Hiddleston This year our theme at Wittegen Press is ‘Why’ and we are talking about the inspirations or reasons behind some of our books. Today Natasha Duncan-Drake is talking about the inspiration behind her book series Dark Reflections, the second of which, Dreams and Reality, came out at the end of last month. So I […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: S is for Samling

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AtoZChallenge 2015: S is for Samling Wow, this month is going fast, already we’re on ‘S’ for our theme here at Wittegen Press this year, ‘why’, specifically, why have we, as authors, written the titles we have. And, each day, the book we’re talking about will be FREE. So, today I’m talking about a story I wrote for The Wittegen Press Giveaway […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: R is for Re-Imagining

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AtoZChallenge 2015: R is for Re-Imagining Welcome to our AtoZ Challenge. Our theme here at Wittegen Press this year is ‘why’, specifically, why have we, as authors, written the titles we have. And, each day, the book we’re talking about will be FREE. Of all the titles I have released, Night Blood has been on the longest journey and has been re-imagined […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: Q is for Quickie

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AtoZChallenge 2015: Q is for Quickie Our theme here at Wittegen Press for this year’s AtoZ is ‘why’, specifically, why have we, as authors, written the titles we have. And, each day, the book we’re talking about will be FREE. And today you have both of us talking about our Christmas short stories, Stockings. Okay,  so maybe we’re a bit out […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: O is for Obsession

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AtoZChallenge 2015: O is for Obsession Welcome to day 15 of the 2015 AtoZChallenge, we hope you are still enjoying it. Today Natasha Duncan-Drake will be talking about why obsession brought about her novel The Avebury Legacy. The Avebury Legacy is a vampire novel and I love writing about vampires. I don’t let myself do it all the time, but this […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: N is for New Adult

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AtoZChallenge 2015: N is for New Adult Hello and welcome to just past the halfway point of the A to Z. Our theme here at Wittegen Press this year is ‘why’, specifically, why have we, as authors, written the titles we have. And, each day, the book we’re talking about will be FREE. So, N is for New Adult today, and […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: M is for Mailing List

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AtoZChallenge 2015: M is for Mailing List Congrats to everyone making it to day 13 of the AtoZ and welcome to Wittegen Press. We’re talking about why some of our books were created. Today Natasha Duncan-Drake is talking about her book Assassin’s Blood. So, ‘mailing list’ – we’ve had a mailing list at Wittegen Press for a while and we wanted […]

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AtoZChallenge 2015: L is for Left Turn

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AtoZChallenge 2015: L is for Left Turn It’s day 12 of the AtoZ Challenge, hope we all still have some energy left to make it to the end 🙂 . Today we are going down the spook road as Natasha Duncan-Drake talks about her book Face of the Dead. I really enjoyed writing Face of the Dead, mainly because it freaked […]

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