Sunday, August 31, 2014

SPLOTLIGHT ON GRACIE WILSON - AUTHOR

Gracie Wilson

Birth date: October 22nd

Where are you from: Ontario, Canada

A little about your self `ie your education, Family, life etc: I have a large family, some made up of blood, others chosen. I have an odd fascination with animals. The oceans are marvelous places. Anything about them is incredible to me. I first became interested in it at a very young age. I watched The Little Mermaid and that was it for me. From then on I was all about animals and water. As a child I would use a net to scoop the ditch in front of my family home to see all the different things it had in it. Nature has always been special to me.

Tell us your latest book news? The Broken Girl, which is book two in Lonely Girl series, was just launched. In the upcoming weeks I will be working on book three in that series and book two in my Storm Corp Series.

When and why did you begin writing? I began writing in November 2013. I sat at my computer one night after a close friend dared me to try and write my book. Five days later, The Lonely Girl was finished.

When did you consider yourself an Author? Sometimes still I find myself having to be reminded I’m an author.

What inspired you to write your first book? It was just something I had to tell, some taken from life, other pure fiction.

Do you have a specific writing style? I write first person. I also have no outline and just sit and go with it.


How did you come up with the titles? The Lonely Girl series was easy and personal to me. Other books I just come up with. Its hard to explain it.

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? There is always a silver lining.

How much of the book is realistic? The Lonely Girl series is taken from some life events. Determined and Derailed. There is a scene in it I have take from the real world but isn’t that what most authors do 

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life? My own life.

What books have most influenced your life most? All books really. I have favorites of course. Anything by Jamie Mcguire. Rachel Van Dyken, Abbi Glines, Colleen Hoover.

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor? Jae Hall and Sable Hunter

What book are you reading now? Right now I have a kindle full of books that need reading! Too many to choose from.

Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest? All of them!

What are your current projects? I’m working on the following 
The Missing Girl (Lonely Girl series)
Disturbed and Disoriented: Storm Corp Series (Book Two)
Finding Darby
Maybe a few other secrets books

Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members: Jae Hall! Without her I wouldn’t be where I am 

Do you see writing as a career? Yes I believe it is.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book? Not a thing.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? I was always reading and reading, I’d joked about doing a book and a friend gave me that push.

Can you share a little of your current work with us?

Finding Darby

"Darby, don't you see yourself? You're the most beautiful person I have ever met. When I say beautiful, I don't just mean that you're sexy and perfect. God must have broken the fucking mold when he made you. There has never been and never will be anyone like you. From the moment I saw you I knew I was ruined. You ruined me by loving me even though I know you’re so damn scared to say it. I love you Darby, you're it for me."

ETHAN KANE



Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing? Nerves, they are your ultimate challenge each time you sit down.

Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work? I have too many favorites. Each person puts a piece of themselves in their work.

Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)? I will be traveling for signings.

Who designed the covers? Lonely Girl Series- I take all the pictures for those covers and the others are done by my publisher.

What was the hardest part of writing your books? Putting myself out there.

Did you learn anything from writing your books? Each book I write I learn new things. Going back I sometimes read my work and feel like ‘Wow, did I really write this?’ not in a bad way. Just sometimes even I surprise myself.

Do you have any advice for other writers? Don’t let the fear of others stop you from telling your story.

Do your have anything specific you would like to say to your readers? Thank you for the support and the emails. I love hearing from you.

Do your remember the first book you ever read? The Giving Tree… In my teen years Harry Potter.

Other than writing do you have any hobbies? Traveling and camping.

What TV shows/films do you enjoy watching? All the Teen shows on CW, it’s a guilty pleasure.

Favorite foods / Colors/ Music: Favorite food? I’m not picky, I love Veggie anything though. I also enjoy seafood but only wants on the approved list. That means seafood that is harvested properly.
Color: Green
Music: Any and all, pretty much.

If you were not a writer what else would you like to have done? I wanted to be a Vet.
 

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Amazon Author:      http://www.amazon.com/Gracie-Wilson/e/B00IIDMDNS/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

Author Page:    https://www.facebook.com/GracieWilsonAuthor
 
My Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/gracie.wilson.author1

Goodreads Author:    https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7390937.Gracie_Wilson

Twitter:    https://twitter.com/Gracie__Wilson

 
 





Saturday, August 30, 2014

TROIANNE TEASER

Clop, Clop, Clop was the first sound Troianne heard as she slowly came to. Trying to open her eyes, she sat straight up and looked at her surroundings. Lightning flashing, she tried to get a look at her dark surroundings.
"Where the heck am I?"
She realized she was not in the taxi anymore. Seeing tiny little windows with red velvet tassel curtains, a scream bubbled up in her throat. Her first thought was that she was dead in a coffin.
"Oh, dear God, I have died and gone to hell!" Giving a frightened giggle, she realized she was in some kind of carriage. The vehicle seemed to be moving forward, swaying back and forth. She clutched her stomach as a strong pain hit her. An ear splitting scream bubbled up from her throat as she pounded on the roof of the carriage.
Slowly, the vehicle came to a stop, and she yelled, "Help." The little door to the carriage opened. Mr. Gilford stood there, wringing his hands. The rain was pouring heavily, running in rivets down the old man’s face.
"Mr. Gilford, help me! The baby is coming!"
"Milady, we have just arrived at Cusworth Hall and I am going to see if I can find someone to help. Please give me one moment to go fetch someone."
"Oh, please hurry," she croaked out as another pain hit.
She watched through the little window while the man approached a mansion. Raindrops marred the window, not allowing her a clear view. Another clap of thunder, followed immediately by the brightest bolt of lightning she has ever seen. Clutching at her gown and praying for help, she watched as the man pounded on a big door.
Pounding as hard as he could, Mr. Gilford yelled, "Help, help please, someone help."
Through the crashing thunder and flashing lightning, he doubted at this hour if anyone would be about to answer the door.
Just as he was ready to turn back to the carriage and the screaming young lady inside, the door opened. Standing there was a very tall man with a fierce grimace on his face.
"My good, man, what is the meaning of this? Why do you pound so on my door at this late hour?" Throwing up his hands, he continued, "And in this horrid weather?"
"Milord it is, sorry that I come to your home so late in the evening, but you see, sir, I have a lady there in my carriage and she is ready to give birth right in your drive. I have no idea how to deliver a child."
Mister...?”
Oh, sorry, milord, my name is Gilford...Marvin Gilford at your service.” Bowing slightly.
"Hmm, yes, well, it seems I am at your service tonight, Mr. Gilford."
It is mightily thankful to me that you be, milord.”
"Now please show me to this caterwauling female and let’s see what we have."
They both ran to the carriage, hearing her screaming through the howling wind and rain.
The tall man needed to assess the situation. Yanking the carriage door open, he entered the carriage, barely able to fit in there with the young lady sprawled out between the two bench seats.

He stared at the woman before him. Can this be?

Thursday, August 28, 2014

SPOTLIGHT ON AUTHOR: JAMIELYNN BOOTHE

AUTHOR: JamieLynn Boothe
Birth date: January 30, 1967

Where are you from: I was born in Roanoke, Virginia but when I was 5 years old we moved to a small country town about the size of Mayberry called Moneta, Virginia. I currently live in Torrington, CT.

A little about yourself `ie your education, Family, life etc: I grew up in a small town where I couldn’t get away with anything it seemed. My High School wasn’t too small or large but it was a good school. I was somewhat shy in school and didn’t have many friends. People looked at me as a target to bully or avoid. Eventually though it made me stronger. I don’t want to talk about family because of a lot of events that aren’t good, sorry.
My life, like so many others, hasn’t been an easy one. A lot wasn’t in my control but a lot came from decisions that I had previously made. Today my life is better. I take the steps to make changes that I need to make to make it better and I am much happier than I used to be. All my life I struggled with three huge things…1)My sexuality, 2)My gender and 3) Addiction. Today after so many years of those struggles (which include homelessness, unemployment, suicide attempts, treatment centers, etc) I accept that I am a Transwoman, I accept my sexuality of being bisexual and I am now clean from all drugs for 2 ½ years. My dreams are coming true and so many more great things are on the way for me.

Tell us your latest book news? I recently have been blessed with an awesome publishing company, Beau Coup Publishing, and my first novel, Nightmares and Dreams has been published. I am currently working on the sequel for that. I also have ideas for a Romance series and a couple more books.

When and why did you begin writing? I finally began my first novel two years ago, August 2012. I had always wanted to write and be an author, but for many years due to personal issues I never actually gave it a serious attempt. Now however it is my passion and I love doing what I do.

When did you consider yourself an Author? The moment I wrote the last paragraph in my first novel.

What inspired you to write your first book? A huge inspiration for me was being tired of struggling all my life and wanting it to be better. I read a lot growing up and I knew I could write great stories like I read. Two years ago, I finally sat down and started writing my first novel.

Do you have a specific writing style? A specific writing style Hmmmm, I reckon I would say all I do is write from my heart, from my gut. I love writing from my experiences, what’s going on in society and combining them to create a vivid story that will grab the readers full attention.

How did you come up with the titles? I thought about what the story was about. About how having to go through that would be an absolute nightmare. I wanted to make it an inspiring ending, with hope and love. I wanted to tell how even through Nightmares, someone’s dreams could overpower them and come true. So I named it Nightmares and Dreams.

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? Yes, that no matter what you are struggling with, Love is the most powerful thing in the world. With Love you can overcome anything. Also there is addiction and struggles with gender and sexuality in it, with the character, Allen. I shaped him the way I did to show everyone that those struggles are powerful but if you can tear those walls down and break free from the iron clasps, happiness and recovery is more powerful and happiness will be bountiful.

How much of the book is realistic? In Nightmares and Dreams, the entire book is realistic. It is based in my hometown, Moneta, Virginia. The only thing I can think of as far as places go that I created is the diner and Heathers salon. The events, lifestyles and everything else has either happened or could happen in real life.

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life? What occurs in the story I created. However it does happen unfortunately in our world as we know it. The character, Allen, I will say that I am a lot like him. I will let you read the book to figure out what I mean by that.

What books have most influenced your life most? Anything by Nicholas Sparks but some of my favorite books in my life are The Exorcist, Second Chance Grill, The Alaskan Heart Saga, and almost anything by Dean Koontz. I love a lot of authors work though so there’s too many to mention.

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor? Definitely Nicholas Sparks, no doubt.

What book are you reading now? At the moment I’m not. I have plenty to read though, but I have been so busy working on promoting Nightmares and Dreams and writing the sequel I haven’t had a lot of extra time.

Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest? Tiffany Carmouche, Marni Mann, Ginger Ring, Sable Hunter, Izzibella Beau, Scarlette Jade an actually quite a few more 

What are your current projects? I am working on the sequel to Nightmares and Dreams. At the moment I am calling it, Dark Moments.

Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members: Narcotics Anonymous

Do you see writing as a career? Writing is my career. I do currently work at a factory but only in order to eat and have a roof over my head. I have complete faith though that the day is coming that I will not be required to do that anymore.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book? No, it is perfect exactly the way it is

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? I wanted to create different worlds in order to escape the horror I lived in.

Can you share a little of your current work with us? I am writing the sequel to Nightmares and Dreams. It is also a romance thriller, but the main characters are two that were in the first book. All of the characters in the first do play a role however. Tracy and Brad are the main characters and go through their drama. I can’t really reveal too much, but it will be as exciting and thrilling as the first, if not more.


Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing? Mainly being focused and having enough time to sit and actually write. I’m a busy girl lol.

Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work? Nicholas Sparks, he is a craftsman and genius in how he involves his characters within their chaos and drama but combines the heartache and love. Every book I have read by him has touched my heart and soul and yes I cry at all of his books.

Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)? not yet, but I hope to one day when money has gotten better.

Who designed the covers? Jennifer Stevens with Beau Coup Publishing

What was the hardest part of writing your books? There are some areas that was difficult to write because of the hatred and violence. I am not that way and I had to make it as realistic as possible so they were hard for me to write.

Did you learn anything from writing your books? Patience, dedication, honesty and hard work pays off. Also, and very importantly, if you have a passion and apply it, it can form into a beautiful thing that only brings more happiness into your life.

Do you have any advice for other writers? Write, every day. Even if it’s only two hundred words, write. It doesn’t matter if it sucks or not. You will have to revise and rewrite anyhow. That’s part of the process. Never give up.

Do your have anything specific you would like to say to your readers? Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of emotions lol

Do your remember the first book you ever read? Wow, I remember one of them being part of the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew series, and Little House on the Prairie.

Other than writing do you have any hobbies? I used to have more time and when I did I enjoyed drawing and playing the guitar. I plan on doing that more down the road, and playing golf.

What TV shows/films do you enjoy watching? My favorite shows are sitcoms like, M*A*S*H, Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond, Football of course, as far as movies I love comedies, and drams and cartoon movies the most but an occasional horror and martial arts movie is good too.

Favorite foods / Colors/ Music: Foods: Southern and Italian are the best. My favorite color is Purple and for music I love Country, Classic rock, the 80’s and easy-listening.

If you were not a writer what else would you like to have done? Maybe a hairstylist or make-up artist

Do you have a blog/website? If so please share your links. http://jamielynnboothe.wordpress.com/




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Monday, August 25, 2014

AUTHOR PAT RITTER

 Pat Ritter- Author

 
 
Birth date:
15th June 1948

Where are you from:
Booloo, Queensland, Australia
A little about your self `ie your education, Family, life etc:
After my wife lost her fight with cancer eleven years ago I retired to become a fulltime author. We were married for thirty-one years.
I wrote a tribute of her life and you can download it FREE from my website www.patritter.com.au, it's called 'In Remembrance of Bub'.
Tell us your latest book news?
Last year I wrote and published 'The Shearer' a story about Joe Ryan who was a leader of 'The Great Shearers Strike in 1891' which almost crippled Australia. Here is a link: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/395642. I'm presently writing the follow-on 'Click Go The Shears'.
When and why did you begin writing?
In 1988 I published my first book 'Closing The Gap' - Link: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/52861. This book resulted from when I was a Detective Sergeant in the Police. At the time many teenagers 'ran away from home' and I never had a clue on how to stop them. After studying a subject at college, the lecturer, Bob O'Sullivan and I wrote the book to help parents improve communication with their teenager.
When did you consider yourself an Author?
After writing and publishing my fifth book 'Confessions of an Alcoholic': Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/7688. This book broke me away from writing non-fiction stories to using fictional characters with non-fiction. Although this book is my own story being an alcoholic, walking in the shoes of an alcoholic, discovering a way to break out of alcoholism and live a refreshing life. It was my first book to use the non-fictional character Bundy Quicksiver.
What inspired you to write your first book?
Like I mentioned at the time I worked with teenagers and needed to find a way to stop them from 'running away from home'. Lack of communication between parents and their teenage child was evident enough to show parents lacked the skills in communicating with their teenger causing 90% of the problem. After a counselling session with the parent and teenage child I showed each parent improved ways to communicate with their teenage child. Although this happened more than twenty-eight years ago many parents have discovered a better way to communicate with their teenager.
Do you have a specific writing style?
Yes, when I was fourteen years old my English teacher told me I had a gift for writing in that I write the way I speak which is unique. Again this same opinion was bought to my attention twenty years later and told to me by Bob O'Sullivan who lectured me at college. Neither person knew one another. I love to tell a story and there is nothing better than when the reader provides positive feedback from reading the story. Many have mentioned my stories are easy to read and the reader sees in their mind the story I've written.
How did you come up with the titles?
At times this is not an easy task. If a title pops into my head and I think it'll be a good title than I'll use it. Otherwise I listen to what others tell me and if a title reflecks on the story I'm writing then I'll use the title or something like it. For instance the book I'm writing at the moment 'Click Go The Shears' came about when I was researching the story.
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
Yes, a good story which will keep them turning the next page to read the story. Many readers have given me feedback to tell me they needed to turn the page to find out what was coming next. Also I love to not over describe scenes too much. I love the reader to have their own picture of the scene in their own minds rather than I place a too descriptive one.
How much of the book is realistic?
I try and keep to the facts as much as possible with telling a story I've either been involved personally or had heard some other person tell me. My opinion is it's better to have the truth of the story than some made-up version. Everyone has a story to tell.
Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
Initially my first books were based on experiences of my own life. I remember presenting a book launch on one of my books and I had the previous ones I'd written displayed. One of the audience said, 'are all these books about you?' I answered 'yes'. Afterwards I decided to make up fictional characters and use these characters in my books from then on. I've found it's taken me about five years of solid writing to progress from writing about my own personal experiences in life to write fictional.
What books have most influenced your life most?
There are many, too many to mention. I read as much as I write. My kindle holds at anyone time more than twenty books I've downloaded to read. I love to read an interesting story. If this story hasn't grabbed me by page six than I delete the story and go to the next one. Also, if when I'm reading a book and I can't put it down, this is the book I love to read. It's got to be interesting, free flowing, no mistakes, and a story which grabs hold of me and won't let go until the end. I love to be wrapped up in the story and be a part of it.
If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
There are too many to mention. If fact this is a difficult question to answer because each writer is unique. Since digital books I would probably read more now than I've ever read in my lifetime. When I read a book which fires me up to read all night, I investigate the author and see what other books they've written and if I like their books I'll purchase them and read them.
What book are you reading now?
I've recently completed 'Sabrina's Man' written by Gilbert Morris. A great story of love, adventure and finishing with a smile on my face and a tear in my eye. I loved the way Gilbert wrote this story, it kept me turning the page. When I investigated his Amazon site it told me he'd sold six million books across the globe. I can hope this will happen for me some day.
Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?
Non come to mind. Like I've said I read daily and nightly if the story is good, like the book I've just completed. I couldn't put it down. With the number of authors now published in the world there are so many to choose from.
What are your current projects?
I'm writing my 15th novel 'Click Go The Shears' as a follow on from 'The Shearer'. This book continues on from when Joe Ryan, one of the leaders in the 'Great Shearer's Strike of 1891' is apprehended and sent to gaol for three years on St Helena Island. Before Joe is captured his friend decides to take his place and allow Joe to continue the fight for better wages and conditions for their shearer friends. I love writing this story.
Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members:
From personal experience of writing over twenty-five years I've found my close family and friends look the other way when I start to talk about my writing. Their comments are: 'we lived through your stories' and that's about the end of it. I've found since publishing stories as digital and promoting them on social media such as facebook, I've found more people much interested in my writing.
Do you see writing as a career?
Certainly. I write and publish one novel per year and if you click onto my website www.patritter.com.au you will see I write and publish stories (one minute reads) which I write each Tuesday at the Pomona Writers Group. After twenty-five years of writing I've finally found something which I love and enjoy. I will be writing, publishing, promoting, marketing and selling my books until my last breath is taken.
If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?
No! I'm extremely happy with the storyline. In actually fact how the story came to my mind was because of a secret in our family. When my grandmother was ten years old her mother died giving birth to her youngest sister named Nellie. My grandmother told me this story when I was young. She said her father was an alcoholic and wouldn't take on the responsibility of raising four children under ten, so he gave them away to the townfolk of Cunnamulla 'like a litter of pups'. Nellie being a baby was given to a relative to be raised as their own in another town. My grandmother never again saw her sister. This was in 1913.
My grandmother passed away many years ago. I wrote a tribute in a story of her life and mentioned this information in the story and posted on my website under stories. Out of the blue one day I received an e-mail from a person who claimed they read my story and told me she was Nellie's eldest daughter. She had been forty years searching for her extended family.
I couldn't believe how this event bought us together and more especially when I discovered this person was not only a relative but also a published author. After I settled down I decided to write 'The Shearer' and use our great grandfather Joe Ryan as the main character in the book.
Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?
I suppose since I was fourteen years old and told I had a gift for writing. At the time I didn't understand what this meant because I never understood what the teacher was teaching me at the time. I wanted to write the way I wanted to write which wasn't the done thing at the time.
Then twenty years later to be told by another teacher of this 'gift', I started to write the way I always wanted to write and it went on from there. After writing and publishing fourteen books I'm comfortable with my writing and write daily. I love to write!
Can you share a little of your current work with us?
Yes, as a continued story from my latest publication 'The Shearer' the main character Joe Ryan is arrested by the police for 'leading the strike'. Before he is arrested his friend Joe Gibson swaps places with him and goes in his place. They are of similar looks, size, most things else other than the colour of their eyes.
The new Joe Ryan is sentenced with twelve other leaders to three years gaol in St Helena Island Prison. Conditions are harsh. In the meantime the real Joe Ryan now disguised as Joe Gibson continues shearing and works his way to Barcaldine in central Queensland, the place where the original strike occurred.
The thirteen leaders are eventually released after serving their time and return to Barcaldine as heroes. Both Joe's meet at the local hotel and return to their original identities.
Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
All the time particularly research. With my latest book 'Click Go The Shears' research has been demanding because I've attempted to have the story run parallel with Australian history. Takes time and effort to join the characters into the proper time of history especially in the 1890's period.
Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?
Like I mentioned before I admire all authors because I know what it takes to write and publish a book. I don't have one author in particular but many because I know the effort they take to finalise their work.
Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)?
No, not any longer because of the internet. Everything is at my fingertips. Without google honestly I don't know what I'd do. I've been previously to the many places I write about so I know the lay of the land, characters and different aspects of the towns and surroundings.
Who designed the covers?
I have Melissa Smith. She resides in America and does a wonderful job to design the covers of my books; here is her e-mail address: melissasmithbooks@hotmail.com. I highly recommend Melissa, she does a fantastic job.
What was the hardest part of writing your books?
Thinking of each scene. I live in a bush setting on acreage with no close neighbours. Each scene of my story I reenact it out in my mind and talk much about what I want to write. After I'm satisfied with what I'm about to write, I write the chapter or scene I have in my mind. Don't think I'm ready for the lunny bin but many times I also dream about the scene and have it clearly in my mind.
Did you learn anything from writing your books?
Yes most certainly. I'm much more confident with my writing now than I've ever been before in my life. Once I was concerned about what I wrote but now to tell a story I write what I want to write and hope the reader enjoys my storyline.
Do you have any advice for other writers?
Yes, NEVER GIVE UP! Follow YOUR DREAM and feel the joy of writing and what you've written.
Do your have anything specific you would like to say to your readers?
Yes, many thanks for your feedback and may you continue to read many of my books to come with my present ones.
Do your remember the first book you ever read?
Yes, I was in grade four and it was a story about a sailor who was shipwrecked on the coast of Australia. I found the book at a stall a few years ago and puchased it.
Other than writing do you have any hobbies?
Not really because my writing takes up my whole life. To set a goal of writing a novel per year I've got to write daily plus marketing my books on the different sites, answering e-mails and living life. Couldn't be much better than I have it.
What TV shows/films do you enjoy watching?
Castle, anything to do Australia especially the latest show 'Anzac Girls'. Another Australia show 'Winners and Losers' anything to do with Australia.
Favorite foods / Colors/ Music:
Chinese. Colour - blue. Music - Australia country and western.
If you were not a writer what else would you like to have done?
I've done everything in my life I've always wished and now I have the joy of writing about those experiences. If you want to read a great story than click onto my memoirs 'Dream Angel' Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/5928 which will tell you all there is to know about me.
Do you have a blog/website? If so please share your links.
Yes, my website is www.patritter.com.au and click onto my facebook page and other links to my books.
Are you on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest etc. Please share those links also.
Yes - Facebook, LinkedIn.