Monday, March 11, 2013

Vlogging with Joanne Kenrick... #FMBTour

KAREN: I am thrilled to introduce JoAnne Kenrick. She's here with exciting news about her new release: Treacle and Treason. This is the first time I hosted a Vlog post. I would love to know your take on this kind of interview. Grab your favorite drink and enjoy! Please feel free to ask JoAnne a question or just say hello.



ABOUT THE BOOK:


 It’s Bonfire Night, but the fireworks in Estella’s boudoir are more impressive than any rocket or sparkler.  She has more pressing things on her mind than trivial traditions like burning the guy and crunching her canines on treacle toffee. Her little deady bear’s rotting body, and some unrequited love. What better way to distract herself than to entertain you with a retelling of the infamous Guy Fawkes and the Fifth of November legend. 





ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Born n bred Brit, JoAnne Kenrick grew up in a wee sea-side town in North Wales and has enjoyed a variety of vocations such as holistic healer, window dresser, and ghost tour guide. Having lived in Wales, England, and Scotland with her dear family, she finally escaped the dull British summers to reside in sunny Australia. After two years, they moved to the States where she endured three harsh winters in Minnesota. She now lives in North Carolina with her husband, two kids and two puddy cats. When they aren't demanding her attention, or jumping on her head, she strums away on the keys of her little laptop, creating worlds and adventures she could only ever dream of. Come across the pond and faraway....with JoAnne Kenrick! Get exclusive sneak peeks at her new and upcoming releases by signing up to her quarterly newsletter here:http://tinyletter.com/joannekenrick

2 comments:

Karen Michelle Nutt said... Best Blogger Tips

Joanne,

Thanks so much for sharing your Vlog. Interesting and fun!!

Margaret Tanner said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Joanne,
Nice to learn more about you. You certainly have lived in a few countries. I am envious, must give you plenty of background for your stories.

Regards

Margaret