An interview on Skipping Midnight with Laura Kenyon

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure to be interviewed by fellow author, Laura Kenyon on her beautiful blog, Skipping Midnight. It was a chat about my writing and the writing process itself which I utterly enjoyed.  Should you head over to her site for more, make sure to checkout her whimsical novel, “Desperately Ever After”. It might as well be a story out of “Sex and the City” or “Desperate Housewives”, except, its heroines dwell in fairy tale castles! As I said, whismsical! Don’t let that escape your book loving radar, peeps!



Today, I am pleased to welcome Effrosyni Moschoudi, author of The Necklace of Goddess Athena. Last month, her debut urban fantasy reached Amazon’s number one spot in the mythology category, and was number two in fairy tales. It also received a perfect five-star rating from The Fantasy & Sci-Fi Network, where it was described as “A Rare Gem.”

After her interview whets your appetite, head over to Amazon (US or UK) tomorrow and Friday to download a free copy! Limited time only!

1. You published your first book, The Necklace of Goddess Athena, in January. What can you tell us about that story?

The Necklace of Goddess Athena is a fantasy adventure of Greek myths and time travel that is suitable for all ages. It is about two time travellers from antiquity (a brother and sister) who are sent to modern-day Athens by their mysterious father without knowing his purpose. They team up with two orphaned siblings in this new world and soon realize there is a reason that they stumbled upon them. Together, they wind up tracing their family history, trying to reunite with their parents and in the process, find themselves entangled in an ancient rivalry between two Olympian Gods.

To read the rest of the interview and to find out what fairy tale princesses are up to nowadays in their castles, visit Skipping Midnight.

Fellow authors, Laura is waiting to hear from you! Head over to her site and apply for an interview. She is a wonderful supporter of authors and you’ll be glad for this tip!

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