Thursday, September 1, 2011

VIDEO GUEST BLOG By Cynthia Ellingsen


I am so excited to introduce, Cynthia Ellingsen, to A Novel Review! Cynthia is the author of the newly released novel The Whole Package. She has been gracious enough to put together a video guest blog for us today.  


The 5 W's of Cynthia Ellingsen:


I want to thank Cynthia so much for putting this together and for joining us here today at A Novel Review!


Make sure to stop back and read my review of The Whole Package September 29th for your chance to win a copy of this fabulous book! Can't wait to read it? Just click on the image below to purchase your copy!



To learn more about Cynthia Ellingsen you can visit her website:

4 comments:

  1. Hi! I really enjoyed this author interview :). As an author myself, I find myself relating to so many things Cynthia said. It's funny, but my third grade teacher was influential, as well, in my writing career! When I was in 5th grade, she let me come back to her 3rd grade class and read a book I wrote and illustrated about two sisters who ran away from their stepmother and had to survive the Australian outback, haha :)

    I also relate to her because 9 times out of 10 when I write, I have to drink hot tea! Lately, I"ve been going to this tea house and I'll drink this piping hot roobius tea infused with chocolate and a delicious lemon bar!

    Her book sounds great and I will most definitely have to check it out. I love your website, Laura, and I'm glad we connected through twitter! I majored in English Literature, as well. I loved reading and exploring thought. Yet, I must confess, during my boring classes, (Linguistics, Critical Analysis of Literature) I found myself "writing stories" instead of "Taking notes" :)

    Your bio says you're a mother of 4 children. Wow! That's great and you look so young! Are you writing a WIP?

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  3. Shauneeni@verizon.netJune 27, 2012 at 8:29 PM

    Just finished the Whole Package - What a Hoot! I loved everything about this fabulous story of friendships that are so familiar; humor, love, and shared memories that triumph over crisis. This is more than just a light summer read ~ it’s a blast. Go, Cynthia, go!

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  4. Hello There,
    I just wanted to see if you were currently interested in additional guest bloggers for your blog site.
    I see that you've accepted some guest posters in the past - are there any specific guidelines you need me to follow while making submissions?
    If you're open to submissions, whom would I need to send them to?
    I'm eager to send some contributions to your blog and think that I can cover some interesting topics.
    Thanks for your time,
    Tess

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