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TAMFA Phoebe Jordan #9: Guest Author Eva Gordon

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TAMFA Phoebe Jordan #9: Guest Author Eva Gordon

Time: October 8, 2009 from 9pm to 10:30pm
Location: Blog Talk Radio
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Phone: (347) 857-2123
Event Type: live, podcast, show
Organized By: Phoebe Jordan
Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2009

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TAMFA Phoebe Jordan Episode 9 – October 8th, 2009 (Eastern Standard Time or GMT -5). Today I have another guest author who I've met online through one of the various romance communities. Romance author Eva Gordon will be talking about her Wolf Maiden Chronicles series which include the first two novels in the series, Werewolf Sanctuary and Beast Warrior: Viking Werewolf. And she may even give us a sneak peek of her upcoming release and third book in her Wolf Maiden Chronicles series called, White Wolf of Avalon and maybe even future Wolf Maiden Chronicles books or any other of her projects. She will be telling us about her writing experience and what she has in the works writing wise.

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Comment by Phoebe Jordan on October 4, 2009 at 1:05pm
Chatting live with Eva Gordon! This Thursday at 9:00PM to 10:30PM EST (6PM to 7:30PM PST or 8PM to 9:30PM CST) I will be chatting live with Eva Gordon, the paranormal romance author of the wonderful Wolf Maiden Chronicles series. Listen live and even call in to the show to chat with us or email me your comments and questions. If you can't make it don't worry because you can download the episode to listen to it on your media player or you can download it on iTunes and listen to it on your iPod later.

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