Archive for February, 2014

Interview with Author Angela Bryce
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Interview with Author Angela Bryce

Keep Calm and Answer These Twenty-Six Questions Do you consider yourself a logophile? Yes. If so, have you always been? I have always enjoyed reading, especially poetry as a young child. I remember reading poems by Robert Frost and being drawn in my the words on the page, which made […]

Write By the Rails Blog Spot: Linda Johnston!
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Write By the Rails Blog Spot: Linda Johnston!

Thank you to Kristy for letting me be her guest blogger today. Today I want to let people know about our Write by the Rails Rising Writers Workshop coming up on March 29.  We are very excited to be working with Cathy Hailey from the creative writing program at Woodbridge […]

Tome Tender Spotlight & Giveaway!
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Tome Tender Spotlight & Giveaway!

* Enter to win an E-book copy of JADED and a Starbucks gift card at Tome Tender! http://tometender.blogspot.com/2014/02/jaded-by-kristy-feltenberger-gillespie.html?zx=2a79577bef78e602  

Cover Reveal- The Escapist- Steve Powell
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Cover Reveal- The Escapist- Steve Powell

      Blurb What if you were wanted for a crime you didn’t commit? What would you do if you could glimpse the future? After an innocent encounter with a stranger, a consultant loses consciousness and awakens the next day suddenly able to glimpse events that have yet to […]

Write By the Rails Blog Spot- Tee Morris!
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Write By the Rails Blog Spot- Tee Morris!

Opening the Brass Nutshell: A Definition of Steampunk Kristy, in her e-mail correspondence to me during the Endless Possibilities Tour 2014, told me she had never read steampunk, so for my appearance here I thought it wouldn’t be a good thing to introduce everyone to steampunk. Before we go any […]

Be In the Spotlight
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Be In the Spotlight

I love supporting fellow writers. Send me (Kristy) an email to Feltenk@hotmail.com if you’re interested in an honest book review, author/book spotlight/ and/or interview.  Honest Book Reviews-  Due to time constraints, I only accept books that I’m very interested in reading & reviewing, especially YA fiction and short stories.  I’m […]

Neverending Beginnings- Mary Chris Escobar
Book Reviews

Neverending Beginnings- Mary Chris Escobar

  Mary Chris Escobar’s comparison of her romantic comedy Neverending Beginnings to the movies Groundhog Day and My Best Friend’s Wedding is spot on. Groundhog Day is one of my favorite movies of all time so I was excited to read this novel and it did not disappoint. Imagine your best friend announces she’s getting married after only […]

Wonder- R.J. Palacio
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Wonder- R.J. Palacio

Until fifth grade, ten-year-old August “Auggie” Pullman has been home-schooled. Twenty-seven surgeries have improved the appearance of his facial deformities but according to Auggie (and reactions from strangers) he always stands out like a black sheep in a heard of white. In fact Halloween is the only night of the […]

Write By the Rails Blog Spot- Philippa Ballantine!
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Write By the Rails Blog Spot- Philippa Ballantine!

  A Visit with the Queen By Philippa Ballantine The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, is the steampunk series I write with my husband, Tee Morris, and I hope it is as much fun to read as it was for us to write. In case you are wondering Steampunk is a […]

Jaded (E-book version) is Now Available on Amazon!
My Writing

Jaded (E-book version) is Now Available on Amazon!

JADED (E-book version) is now available on Amazon! Purchase it here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00II0UUSQ Title:  JADED (Nirvana Series 1) Author:  Kristy Feltenberger Gillespie Published:  February 17th, 2014 Publisher: Keep Calm Publishing Editor: Linda Bradshaw Illustrator: Beth Breen Word Count: Approximately 70,000 Words Genre:  YA Thriller Blurb: Teen love story meets murder mystery within an eye color obsessed, “idyllic” commune. Synopsis: […]

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