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I'm Kristal McKerrington. I have been a published author since 2010. I'm currently signed at Gilbert Literacy Agency. I'm signed with several publishers. I work with ReemVision. Even appeared on TMZ a few times. I'm a nationwide author with Marie's World. I have become a worldwide author with many publishers. 

I live in Scotland, I'm a believer in a free Scotland. I love Viking myths and history. I'm a reader in my spare time. I love to read paranormal and romance novels. I am co-creator of the genre wrestling romance with Joe E Legend. I'm a believer in doing a show on wrestling and romance writing together, showcasing my lifestyle compared to Joe's. 

I've written a comedy novel which comes out in 2015 with Firefly & Wisp Publishing. I'm entering new genres with interest. I love a challenge when it comes to my writing. 

I'm good friends with Mohombi who has supported my novel Marie's World going nationwide in the UK and will be released nationwide in the US. We have had support from Sony Music and other big promoters, celebrities. 

Friday, 25 April 2014

Written In My Own Heart's Blood By Diana Gabaldon's Review

Dear Readers,

As an author who is publishing and writes full time I find it a very rare thing to do a review of any book. Especially one that hasn't been released, however today while I celebrated 6 years with my partner. I find myself delighted to say I found a sampler called Written In My Own Blood for the book release of Diana Gabaldon.

I openly admit that I saw her name around but never knew any of her work. So when I picked up the sampler I found myself sucked into her eight book of a series I haven't read. The sampler was very interesting.

What did I like about the sampler?

Well simply put I like the Scottish words which are from what we Scottish people call the Highlanders dialect. She did with grace and it didn't distract from her story. She created interesting characters that I could see the readers would get sucked into it.

What didn't I like?

Sometimes I found it hard to read all the different characters point of view. I did find some words which weren't correct, however it never took away from the story. I managed to keep my place in the story well and think that the book itself will be just as interesting as the sampler.

All in all the book shows like it will be another best seller for the talented author and delighted to have the chance to read the sampler.

Thank you all for stopping my to read my thoughts on the wonderful sampler and hope that you will all stop by soon as I may do one of these again.

Kristal McKerrington 

Monday, 14 April 2014

Welcome Another Wonderful Guest To Our Blog

Hello Readers,

I've got the great honour of introducing this awesome book to you all.

Title: Stealing Time

Series: Waiting For Dusk #3

Author: Nancy Pennick

Genre: Young Adult

Publisher: Ice & Fire

Formats Available In: Kindle, Nook and Print

Release Date: 24th February 2014

Blurb: Drew from the past…
Kate from the present…
Two worlds collided.

As senior year comes to a close, a promise of new beginnings is on the horizon. Kate longs to head to Arizona and college until her former friend, Tyson, does the unimaginable forcing her to stay in Ohio. Her family has to pull together to keep their secrets safe. Anna wishes to return to the canyon in 1927 once more and Kate’s determined to make that a reality. Summer’s filled with wonderful memories and little warning of things to come. Kate’s world grows darker and she must be the one to conquer the demons and save the world that is most precious to her.




About Nancy Pennick:

After a great career in teaching, Nancy found a second calling as a writer. Ohio is her home but she loves to travel the U.S. Her debut young adult novel, Waiting for Dusk, was a surprise to her as much as it was to her family. Watching a PBS series on National Parks, her mind wandered to another place and that is where the characters of Katie and Andrew were born. Call of the Canyon and Stealing Time continue their story. The Swedish influences found in the books came from her mother whose parents emigrated from Sweden.

Nancy currently resides in Mentor, Ohio with her husband and their college-age son.









Thursday, 10 April 2014

Welcoming Kate Roberts To The Blog.

Hello All My Wonderful Readers,

Please welcome my character guest at this time Kate Roberts, please have a seat and let us get this shin dig started.

1. Please tell us a little about yourself.
Hi, my name is Kate Roberts.  In Waiting for Dusk, I’m a sixteen year old girl who’s on her own for summer break. I’m an only child and most of my friends weren't in town for the summer. I was totally bored. Little did I know life was about to change and take a surprising turn all because of a book! I kept dreaming I was at the Grand Canyon, over and over again. Strange thing…it was always 1927.

2. How/where did you first meet your love interest?

I met Drew at the Grand Canyon. I was climbing a fence, not too gracefully I might add, and fell to the ground. I heard someone laughing right along with me. When I looked up, he was leaning against the back of El Tovar Restaurant enjoying the view.

3. Was it love (or attraction) at first sight?

Instant attraction for sure. Being sixteen at the time, I doubted love at first sight. It took awhile to realize it was. Drew tells me it was love at first sight for him.

4. When did you know for certain that you were in love?

I was home, in the present, and my mom supposedly lent the book to one of her students. (Not really, but that’s another story.) Even though I thought it was a dream, I was desperate to get that book back. I had finally figured out it was the link to 1927.  I loved Drew and that world meant more than the real one.

5. Have you done anything to compromise your love (or vice versa)?

Sure, doesn't everyone? After all, I’m a teenage girl who’s trying to find herself. My best friend from childhood decided we should get together. I went along with it. Pretty dumb but I saw it as casual dating, a way to not think about Drew. Tyson saw it as something much more than that.

6. Has anyone ever come between you?

Oh, yeah. My friend, Tyson, more than once. He’s practically a stalker now. In Call of the Canyon he does something very dark to get my attention. Drew has a jealous streak when it comes to him. 

7. What's the biggest challenge you've faced together as a couple?

In Stealing Time we face our biggest challenge in New York City. We've gone back in time to visit Drew’s family. All’s not as it seems.

8. Is there a happily ever after in store for you?

Drew is an old-fashioned guy in a futuristic world, if that makes sense.  I've done some growing up and don’t think life’s a fairy tale anymore. Once you realistically face life as a couple, you definitely have a fighting chance. Most YA stories have happy endings. I think mine does, too.