Monday, October 14, 2013

Tamara Ireland Stone: October podcast

Rev up your DeLoreans, listeners, because it's time travel month here on Authors are ROCKSTARS! We've got a terrific interview for you with Tamara Ireland Stone, author of Time Between Us and its recently released sequel, Time After Time.


We talked to Tamara about musical influences, time travel theories, and her next project now that her fantastic time travel romance duology has come to an end. We had so much fun chatting with her-- we know you're going to love this interview.



Want to download this podcast? Click here for an mp3 or find us on iTunes!

To keep up with Tamara, stop by her website, and check out her publisher, Disney Hyperion!

Also, we're pleased to offer a fabulous giveaway this month: an ARC of Emerald Green, the exciting finale to the Ruby Red trilogy by Kerstin Gier. It's Michelle's book pick of the month, and we're offering it to you. Just comment and tell us your preferred method of time travel from any work of fiction-- DeLoreans, the TARDIS, a time turner... the possibilities are endless and we want to hear about it. Please note: this contest is open to US residents only. Please leave your email or Twitter handle with your comment so we can contact the lucky winner. Deadline for entries is Friday, October 18. 

EDIT: We have received some complaints about spam due to commenting with contact information. So we're including a Google Doc Form here for you to enter and extending the deadline to October 25th.

FORM CLOSED! Winner is Alyssa Susanna! Congratulations and thank you to all the participants. Glad you liked the Google Form better. :)


Podcast hosting courtesy of archive.org. Intro music by 46bliss. Special thanks to our sound engineer, Marc Conrad Tabula, for his awesome audio editing skills. Please subscribe to Authors are ROCKSTARS! on iTunes so you'll never miss an episode-- and reviews are always welcome!

2 comments:

  1. LOL, a timeturner. YES. Nothing can beat the timeturner :D I mean, I like the idea of a chronometer, which was used in the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull. But time travel in general is very messy and confusing. I love what Gier has done in the Ruby Red series though, with time travel. Somehow, she makes everything clear and easy to understand! And her writing style is amazing. I haven't had the chance to pick up Emerald Green yet, which is sad :\ I have heard that it is an amazing conclusion to the series though!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!
    @Alyssa_Susanna

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