Friday, December 21, 2012

Friday Features: Riley J Ford

Riley J. Ford

Featured Author

Short bio
Riley J. Ford is a graduate of UCLA with a degree in English. After teaching at both the high school and college levels for a number of years, she became a curriculum developer before turning to writing full-time. Her non-fiction books and essays have been published both in print and online, including Into You is her first work of fiction. She is also the author of the forthcoming humor novel, Carpe DiEmily. She currently lives in California with her husband and two children. You may visit the website for more information about the author and her writing.

1.       Where's the strangest place you've ever written? At my children’s music lessons while listening to operatic voices coming through the walls.
2.       What book do you wish you had written? Any of the Harry Potter books.
3.       What inspires you? Seeing people becoming successful as indie authors.
4.       When did you start writing? 10 years old, when I completed my first little book. I started writing seriously for publication in 2009.
5.       Tell us three things about you that aren’t about writing. I homeschool my kids. I’ve met Oprah Winfrey and Woody Allen in real life. I ran with the bulls in Pamplona.

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 What if you could know exactly what your friends are thinking? High school student Winter Reynolds can, but there's a catch...
She can only read people's thoughts when she's kissing them.

When a member of the track team is murdered, Winter has an opportunity to use her special ability to find the killer. Trouble is, kissing everyone on the track team isn't such a good idea when you have a new boyfriend. Talk about complications!

Should Winter persevere using her secret power to catch the murderer still in their midst, even if it means risking her relationship with her one true love?

Disclaimer: Mild profanity and a graphic murder scene. While humorous, this book also explores the underbelly of teen life. May not be suitable for younger teens.

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