Uncaged Book Reviews

Short and sweet, a review of Beside the Music on Uncaged Book Reviews.

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Review by Avalinah’s Books

To sum it up, you’ll love this if:

  • You like real life characters (all characters in the book were very nicely done and realistic)
  • You like strong women and character growth
  • Would like to read about the life band members live
  • … would like to stay up at night reading

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Author Spotlight with Susan Faw

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Susan Faw on her site. I got the chance to talk about self publishing and what I have coming up next.

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Interview with Writers

My interview on Interviews with Writers.

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Behind Keith Kutter’s Name: From the Rock of Pages

​How did Keith Kutter get his name? I really really wanted to put an umlaut over the ‘u’ but it didn’t work out, as I am not typing in German. But whatever, the name still works, right? This is how he got his name, and whether I think he’s a legit love interest for Brenda.

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Guest Blog Post on Hello Chick Lit: I Published a Book, and it’s Completely Awkward

​Nobody prepared me for how weird it feels to tell people I’ve published a book. Am I being spammy when I meet people and tell them this?

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Author Interview on My Book Place

I got a bit punchy on this one and decided to have a little fun with it.

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Author Interview: Bookgoodies.com

Am I a plotter (plot out the story before I write it) or a pantser (fly by the seat of my pants and write what comes to me). Learn this and more in this interview.

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From Pretty Little Book Reviews

The whole idea of all of this is quite unique (I haven’t read anything like this before) so it was easy to immerse myself into the pages. I loved the characters specifically Brenda.

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From Ben Writes Books

I loved the concept of this book. You just don’t see a lot of stories like this. That alone made me excited to read this book. Aging 80’s metal bands getting involved with the normal world is always entertaining.

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Fluff Smut and Murder

When I think of the bands that covered my walls back in the day (Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Depeche Mode), I remember all of the dreams and fantasies they were involved in. Back then, they were the demi-gods in my life; now, I’d probably ask if they can remember the lyrics to the obscure track on an early album.

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