Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Mackenzie Flohr

What makes your book stand out from the crowd? 
Witches and warlocks must go through a ritual called The Rite of Wands in order to gain their power and wand.

    Give an about the Author Blurb:
    Mackenzie Flohr grew up in the heartland of America, chasing leprechauns and rainbows and dreaming of angels. From the time she could hold a pencil, Mackenzie was already creating pictorial interpretations of classic stories, and by the age of nine, she and a childhood friend were authors and reviewers of their own picture books. She wanted to write a fantasy of her own, one that could inspire imagination in others and lead them into a magical world of their own making. Her debut novel, The Rite of Wands will be available March 10, 2017.

    Provide Links:
                    Where can we buy the books? The first book in The Rite of Wands series through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million and IndieBound in softcover and ebook.
                    How can we follow you on Facebook? https://www.facebook.com/MackenzieFlohrAuthor/
    What is your twitter handle? @mackenzieflohr
                    Are you on GoodReads? https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16247559.Mackenzie_Flohr
                    Your Website Address is: http://www.mackenzieflohr.com

                    Are there any other sites we should know about? http://www.bhcauthors.com/Author_Mackenzie_Flohr.html


    1. The Rite of Wands sounds interesting.

    2. Book badly done, bad story, author did not take time to write a real story

      1. Can you offer some specific advice for the author to improve the story?
        Perhaps some advice can give the author a chance to improve.

      2. Since you made this comment about a book without offering specifics and then didn't return to explain in detail what you find objectionable about the book this tells me you are not interested in helping authors or even improving yourself.
        Leaving drive-by comments are behaviors of internet trolls, desiring to destroy those who are more successful than you, usually because of jealousy.
        The last time I was trolled I actually sold double my usual number of books and garnered quite a few reviews. It was pretty awesome. I say keep up the trollish behavior because it is actually helping authors with their sales.
        I love trolls!