Posts Tagged ‘Cache Valley’

Why are they here? What do they want? And what is The Requiem that everyone keeps talking about?

Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

The most exciting book in the Young Adult urban fantasy market .

About the book

Clint and Corbin are having a weird day. Best friends for life, things are getting a little strange around their town, and at school. When they’re followed by a strange man looking for Clint and later attacked by an imp, it makes sense to retreat to the safety of home. But when strangers from another world, Banks and O’Neil, arrive with their medley of allies, things get even weirder. Why are they here? What do they want? And what is The Requiem that everyone keeps talking about? As Clint and his friends and family are drawn deeper into a thrilling adventure, only one thing is for sure. They may not be getting out alive. And class with Mrs Christenson will seem like a walk in the park after this.

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About the author

Russell Parker was born in Bountiful, Utah. As his father was safety manager he had to move around until his senior year of high school, when he came to Cache Valley, Utah to stay. He married the most wonderful woman in the world and they are the parents of four fantastic kids, with one crazy dog.

Russell played all kinds of sports and was an outdoorsman until an accident brought him to writing. A writer since high school, encouragement brought his stories to life.

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Clean, romantic suspense author Cami Checketts’s Interview

Sunday, September 29th, 2013
Welcome Cami, how long have you been writing?
Eleven years. I started after the birth of my second son who’s now in middle school. Yikes, I’m getting old!
LOL don’t we all…Tell us where you were born and where do you live now.
I was born in Clifton, Idaho, raised on a dairy farm (but my sweet Papa didn’t make me milk the cows because it made my hair stink). I live with my husband and four boys on seven acres in the fields of Cache Valley, Utah.
I love Utah. How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it?
That is the hardest part! I can’t tell you how many books I’ve started and then realized they were only good for my boys to color on. Usually if I start writing and the story and characters consume me I know the book is good enough. The really bad thing is if a book is like that for me, but my critique partners say no.
I agree with you there. Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer? (more…)