Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Manic Monday With Kelvin O'Ralph

Today I’ve got Kelvin O’Ralph on tap for Manic Monday – and yes, I’m aware it’s Tuesday. Sometimes stuff happens and all good intentions get sidetracked. Well, Kelvin’s a student at a University in UK who has a profound passion for the art of writing. He also loves meeting new people and interacting with them. His new paranormal romance novel, LS The Beginning is currently available on Amazon, Amazon UK, and Smashwords.

Here’s a little teaser for you:

A handshake between strangers has never held so much promise for discovery.

When Stephen Wilson meets Lisa Morgan at his new school in Sloutenville, it is the simple act of extending his hand in greeting that flips both of their worlds upside-down. With the gesture, both discover that in some way they are connected, and that they share the ability to manipulate the elements, fire and water. Though their abilities vary, they share the gift of telepathy allowing them to communicate without words, which creates a bond between them stronger than either had expected.

As the two begin to spend more and more time together, David, Lisa's ex becomes wild with jealousy, lunching multiple attacks on Lisa. In the fight against the dangers that await them around every corner, Stephen and Lisa soon discover that they are up against much greater odds than they had originally known, and that their struggles are far from over

Kelvin is also hosting a giveaway on his blog, titled, Lisa & Stephen's 500 Giveaway. There are amazing prizes to be won, including Amazon, B & N gift cards. Check it out here.

Kelvin decided to shoot off his own Q&A for today’s guest blog, so without further adieu, here’s Kelvin…

What inspired you to become a writer?

I discovered that I expressed my feelings more through writing, and ever since I became a writer. I took it on professionally the moment i got good reviews from a person I'd never met before.

Why should people read your book?

Not only does LS: The Beginning bring out a new aspect of paranormal other than vampires and werewolves (which I love as well), it tells a romance story from a male's perspective.

Can you relate to any of the characters and why?

I can relate to Stephen, the male MC of the book. He's a bit light headed, and always cares for the people around him.

Tell your readers something personal about you?

I always say this in every interview. I have a deep crush on Emma Watson, the girl from the Harry Potter series.

How can people contact you?

The best way to contact me is through my blog, http://icire.blogspot.com and also my Facebook Page: http://on.fb.me/f953Nv

Thanks for swinging in today – and sorry this post is a bit late. Swing in on Friday when I have Morgan Gallagher dishing it up about The Changeling!

Until then,



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