Keri Armstrong lives in the midwestern region of the United States with her daughter, their two spoiled cats, and an assortment of wild dust bunnies. You can reach her by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website, https://keriarmstrong.com/contact/.
How do you approach cover design?
Since I'm a professional graphic designer working with publishers and independent authors, you'd think that would be easy, but it isn't. It's rather like editing one's own work - it's difficult to do when you're so close to it. So, I do one of two things: either hire someone else, or fill out the same worksheet that I give my clients and then sit on it a while until I finally get a "feel" for what would work.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
That's impossible to answer, though like millions of others, I'm a die-hard Harry Potter fan. :)
on May 08, 2010
I enjoyed this one quite a bit.
The Seventh Dimension
on Dec. 20, 2010
My only complaint about this tale is that is a short story! I wish I could have stayed with the characters longer, and seen more of what happened behind the scenes with Julianne and Elizabeth - as well as read more in depth about E.'s dilemmas regarding him... or her....
Maybe a prequel? Hint, hint... :)
Babysitting the Baumgartners
on Feb. 08, 2011
Selena Kitt always pushes the limits, and this tale is no different. Hot, steamy, and not PC at all. As always. :)
on March 26, 2011
All I can say is that New York's loss is our gain, because we get to read this fabulous book sooner. This was a great story, well written and touching. Wonderful job!
on March 26, 2011
Original and interesting. At times touching, and at times thrilling, Marcia has done a great job bringing to life a tough but tortured young woman and makes us root for her as she struggles against her own anger and the frightening world around her.