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Interview with Mutli-Genre Author, Ashley Nestler

As some of you probably know, I had the pleasure of participating in the Brains to Books Cyber Convention a little over a week ago. In doing this, I had the pleasure of meeting several talented authors and bloggers, and Ashley Nestler was among them. I will be review her two currently released novels in the near future, but for now, I am sitting down to chat with her a little. Read on and check out her work! :) TA: First, for those who aren't familiar with your work, talk a little about yourself. AN: I am a multi-genre author who has been writing all of my life.  I mostly write fantasy mixed with historical fiction of dystopian themes but I also love writing contemporary.  I try to aim my writing towards the young adult audience.  My first novel, “Beautiful Nightmare: Some Dreams Become Your Reality”, was published by SBPRA, an indie publishing company, when I was eighteen years old and graduating high school.  My second novel, “Into The Fog”, on the other hand,

A Passion for the Past or Why I Study History

Hi all, I know it's been a while since I last did a real blog post. I am busy with a few gigs which include finishing up the next installment in The Birthrite Series, a couple live music gigs, a few educational history events with the museum, finishing a song for a paranormal documentary, planning future episodes for my webseries, and doing the audiobook version of Descent (The Birthrite Series, #1). Here are video clips of me in the studio working on the audiobook for Descent: And this weekend, I'm part of the Brains 2 Books Convention at Goodreads, where there is also a Giveaway for Descent.  In the midst of all that, my research into history has increased, especially as I begin to overturn some very little known territory. Recently, I was contacted by Henry, a Zane Grey enthusiast who has some involvement with the Zane Grey West's Society and also happened to see my video review of The Vanishing American: After some email exchange, we spoke on the pho