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Bitten By Books interview is on!

My interview with Bitten By Books is now live, and I’m chatting with readers. Have a burning question? Come over and ask — you’ll also be entered to win some cool swag!

Bitten By Books: Interview with Author Jeannie Holmes

Be sure to follow the link below to enter for the swag!

2 Sets of Autographed Books: Blood Law, Blood Secrets, and The Mammoth Book of Ghost Romance

 

Bitten By Books interview, chat, and contest!

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 - I’ll be interviewed by Bitten By Books and chatting with readers. We have some awesome swag to give away to some lucky people: 2 sets of autographed books, including BLOOD LAW, BLOOD SECRETS, and THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF GHOST ROMANCE!

The contest is open to international readers so stop by and say “Hi!”

Follow the link below to RSVP and you’ll earn extra chances to win:

RSVP for Jeannie Holmes at Bitten By Books

Blog Talk Radio Interview

Thanks to John Rakestraw for making my first ever Blog Talk Radio interview absolutely awesome and a lot of fun. If you missed the live broadcast, check out the recording here:

John Rakestraw on Blog Talk Radio — Interview with author Jeannie Holmes

 

Blog Talk Radio Interview

Mark your calendars again! Join me as I conduct my FIRST blog talk radio interview with John Rakestraw. The interview will take place Saturday, April 23, at 10:30 AM (Pacific). We’ll be discussing Blood Law, Blood Secrets, books, and who knows what else.

To access the interview, tune in here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/johnrakestraw the morning of April 23. I believe the interviews are recorded so if you aren’t able to listen to it live, you should be able to check it out later.

So if you’ve never heard my Southern drawl, this is your chance. :)

First Author Interview

My first official author interview was published this week! Yay!

Okay, so it’s in the campus newspaper. It still counts. The Vanguard reaches a student body of 14,000+ as well as faculty, staff, alumni, and the surrounding community. Not too shabby for my first time out.

Plus, it’s available online! Feel free to check it out and read my answer to the ages old question of “Which three books would you take with you to a deserted island?” The answer may shock and surprise you.

To read the interview, follow these easy steps: