Kristin Callender, author of The Truth Lies In The Dark, stops by...

Thanks to Kristin for spending the time to allow me to interview her and for sending me a copy of her book. I enjoyed getting to know her more apart from just being an author but as a mother and individual as well. I always enjoy an author who likes to connect with her readers on a more personal level and that I feel we did with our previous interactions for this interview. I'm just as thrilled as she was when she told me that her son designed the cover for the book. It looks great and gave it...more Thanks to Kristin for spending the time to allow me to interview her and for sending me a copy of her book. I enjoyed getting to know her more apart from just being an author but as a mother and individual as well. I always enjoy an author who likes to connect with her readers on a more personal level and that I feel we did with our previous interactions for this interview. I'm just as thrilled as she was when she told me that her son designed the cover for the book. It looks great and gave it a good image for your story. As a mother I know that she was excited to share with others her son's talent and the fact that he was involved in her process. I personally enjoyed the suspense in the book and the feelings she created with the characters. There was a moment that I was annoyed by the character Amanda's dependency and constant "need" and the way that her husband Nick seemed to act too lovey. However, after reading the whole story it made sense and answered the whys I had. What man wouldn't want to protect and love his wife as much as Nick did? I have to admit I was a little shocked to read who actually caused all the pain for her once it was revealed. Good book and one I'd recommend to someone looking for a quick read that will keep you engaged to the end.

Go to The Book Faery Reviews to check out her interview and for a chance to get a copy of her book The Truth Lies In The Dark. One commenter will be selected Friday, March 27th, 2009.

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