You'd have to have, like, a lentil for a soul to hate wiener dogs. ~Zuzana from The Daughter of Smoke & Bones by Laini Taylor

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Giveaway Interview THE CIRCLE by CINDY CIPRIANO @CindyCipriano

The Circle Calum Ranson is sure of three things: his cousin Finley is alive, Calum will find him, and no one knows Calum and his family are Sidhe. No one until Laurel shows up at his mother's bookstore wearing a dark clan's mark. When Calum learns the details surrounding the disappearance of Laurel's brother, he suspects the evil Hobayeth clan. Calum and Laurel work together in the Realm of Man and the Otherworld to rescue her brother - revealing a connection between Calum and Laurel that may cost Finley his life.

"The Circle is full of magic and mystery. Readers will be engrossed in faerie realms, charming characters, and a state of wonder and imagination. The Circle is for those who delight in reading fantasy and exploring mystical worlds."
--Kathleen Fox, LibraryGames.com

Author Cindy Cipriano Cindy Cipriano lives in NC with her husband, son, and 27 pets. Okay, more like one cat, three dogs, and many, many fish. Cindy is an award winning science teacher, who this past August celebrated her 12th first day of sixth grade.


1. What is the first book you remember reading by yourself as a child?

Watership Down. I think I was ten or eleven years old.
2. What are you reading right now?

I'm reading a friend's work-in-progress, but I just finished Starchild: The Age of Akra, wonderful science fiction by Vacen Taylor.

3. How does your garden grow?

It doesn't! I murdered my last tomato plant, which is very sad because I love tomato sandwiches.

4. What is the last thing you Googled?


5. What makes you cringe?

Spiders. Don't like them, especially when they've wandered into the house.

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