Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Voices of Fiction – Hobbies – Part Three

Welcome to Voices of Fiction

We continue our exploration into the various hobbies of our participating authors.

Please welcome this week’s guests.

Cara Marsi, former corporate drone and cubicle dweller, and award-winning author, is published in romantic suspense, contemporary romance and paranormal romance. She also writes short romance stories for women’s magazines. Cara and her husband share their house with a fat black diva of a cat named Killer. - Website, Twitter, Facebook

Liz Crowe’s groundbreaking romance sub-genre, “Romance for Real Life,” has gained thousands of fans and followers who are interested less in the “HEA” and more in the “WHA” (“What Happens After?”) Her books are set in the not-so-common worlds of breweries, on the soccer pitch and in high-powered real estate offices. Don’t ask her for anything “like” a Budweiser or risk painful injury. - WebsiteBlog, Facebook

Terry W. Ervin II is an English and Science teacher who enjoys writing. Gryphonwood Press published the first two novels in his First Civilization’s Legacy Series (FLANK HAWK and BLOOD SWORD) and he is busy writing the third novel in the fantasy series. In November 2012 Gryphonwood Press is slated to release Terry’s first short story collection, GENRE SHOTGUN. - Website, Blog

Children’s Picture Book author, Clara Bowman-Jahn, of “Annie’s Special Day” is living the life of her dreams an hour at a time. - Website, Etreasures

Welcome Authors! It’s wonderful to have you back.

The Question: What hobby do you enjoy when not writing?

Cara Marsi – I'm a TV junkie. I watch TV, read, exercise, travel.

Liz Crowe – I love to read of course, but spend a lot of time watching sports and learning more about the microbrewery biz.

Terry W. Ervin II – I raise turtles in my basement. In stock tanks I have yellow-bellied and red-eared sliders, and eastern box turtles. I always liked turtles as a kid, so why not have a few as an adult? One goal related to this hobby is to breed the eastern box turtles so that I can repopulate the Willowbrook Land Laboratory associated with the Environmental Occupations Program (about 100 acres) at the school where I teach. The meadow and wooded area, with several ponds and a stream running through it, used to support box turtles many years back, but in the last decade only two have been spotted by the instructors and students.

Clara Bowman-Jahn – I love visiting with my family and friends. I love reading, reading, reading, and reading some more. I also enjoy walking a couple of miles a day with my husband.
Thank you all for joining us today.

Readers and Authors, feel free to ask questions and leave comments concerning this topic in the comment section below.

(Disclaimer - Bios and photos submitted by authors.)


Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for having us on your blog, Cher. It was great fun. One of my hobbies is appearing on other blogging sites. lol

Cher Green said...

Clara, It was a joy to have everyone on the blog with this long running series. Hope each of you will stop by in the future with your new publications. The doors are always open.

Misha Gericke said...

Always wonderful to see what our writing friends get up to when not writing or working. :-)

Cher Green said...

Misha, I agree. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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