Debut author invites readers into the mystifying world of David Washington, a mysteriously odd and fragile little boy with an extraordinary gift which the fate of the world rests upon.

Albert G.D. Johnson III currently lives in Los Angeles, California

MBA&M: Tell our readers a little about Albert G.D. Johnson III?

ALBERT: I was born in raised in Los Angeles, California. I’m the youngest child and have an older brother. I have a passion for religion, art, music and movies. I’ve always been creative and enjoy writing and drawing to express my creativity. I studied graphic design and computer information systems at San Diego State University before transferring to Long Beach State University graduating in 2003 with a degree in business administration with an emphasis in information systems. Shortly after graduating from Long Beach State, I became more involved in my local church and soon was ordained a deacon. It was then that I embraced my faith along with my artistic and creative ability and began to focus it by creating religious art and writing that is modern, imaginative, and unique. My goal in my writing is to use my creativity to influence religion in a unique and inoffensive way.


MBA&M: What made you decide to write this genre?

ALBERT: I’ve always had a vivid imagination and I enjoy movies and TV shows that are wild, imaginative, mysterious and different. It’s been a dream of mines to develop a story along the same lines that blended fantasy, suspense, mystery, religion and more so I thought why not write one as a trilogy right off the bat.


MBA&M: What where the challenges in writing “The Parallel Trinity”?

ALBERT: Book 1 in this trilogy is somewhat personal so I would say the biggest challenge in writing The Parallel Trinity: Book 1 was taking stories from my childhood and wrapping a story around it that readers will find fun and exciting, mysterious, enjoyable and different from what they’ve read before. A lot of my story ideas are inspired by passages and stories in the bible. So in writing, my goal is to tell a compelling story while delivering a positive message that a reader can hopefully apply to their own lives and help encourage someone else. The Parallel Trinity is one of my darker projects, so trying to convey a positive message amongst the dark subject matter is another challenge I found while writing it.


MBA&M: I see “The Parallel Trinity” is Book 1, can you tell our readers how many you hope to have in this series and any tidbits about the series?

ALBERT: The Parallel Trinity will be a three book trilogy and I am currently writing the second book. Book 1 focuses on a little boy named David, his semi dark origin and the unusual ability that he possesses. The very end of book 1 introduces the reader to a female character and in book 2, readers will find that her origin is quite different from David’s. From there, they will discover her importance and see what happens when the two of them confront one another. By the end of book 3, readers will discover what these two characters will grow to become and witness their involvement in the imminent multidimensional supernatural war mentioned in books 1 and 2. They will witness the outcome of this war, the fates of the two main characters as well as the fate of all of humanity.


MBA&M: How much research was involved in writing “The Parallel Trinity” and where did you find your research?

ALBERT: There was a lot of research involved in writing The Parallel Trinity. Most of which came from stories told to me throughout the years by family and close friends of family. It is interesting to note that, book 1 is loosely based on my childhood, being a quiet child and the emotional affects of finding out at a young age that I was adopted by my father. Some of the events that take place in book 1 are based on events that actually happened to me as a child, only highly exaggerated and with a story wrapped around it. That being said, a lot of research was spent simply talking to close members of the family and interviewing them. Reading the bible also provided a lot of inspiration for writing The Parallel Trinity since the trilogy as a whole is revolved around spiritual warfare and the constant struggle we have with ourselves and society.

MBA&M: Who do you consider as your hero in your life and why?

ALBERT: I always answer this question in parts. Jesus Christ, my heavenly father, is my hero for the ultimate price He paid for us and for all that He has done and continues to do in my life. Besides Jesus Christ, my earthly father, Albert Johnson Jr. is also my hero. My older brother (of 9 years) and I have the same mother, but different biological fathers. I have never met my biological father and although Albert Johnson Jr. is technically not my biological father, he might as well be and I consider him to be. He came into my life when I was an infant and raised both my brother and I as if we were his own. I don’t have any children yet, but if I can be half the father to my children that my father was to us, then I will be a great dad! Then my mom would be a close runner up. She has been through a lot throughout her own life and is one of the strongest people I know. In addition to being my mother, she is also my hero, and one of my closest friends. I am truly blessed and I thank God for having such wonderful and loving parents!

MBA&M: Now, Albert tell our readers where to find you and where to find “The Parallel Trinity”?

ALBERT: I currently reside in Los Angeles, California. The Parallel Trinity can be found on Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Nobles Nook and Apple’s iBookstore.

Please visit for more information.


Albert, would you like to add anything?

I would just like to thank everyone for your time and support and encourage everyone reading this to purchase The Parallel Trinity: Book 1 in their favorite ebook format.

Remember to always fight the good fight of faith! Take care and God bless. – AJ3





Publisher:Albert G.D. Johnson III; 1 edition (July 8, 2011)


Product Description(from amazon)

WAR…is on the horizon. And this will be a war unlike any other in history. The world we live in is a three dimensional battlefield and we are right in the middle of it. And although we cannot physically see two of our parallel dimensions, there are supernatural beings that occupy them and the evil inhabitants of one will stop at nothing to merge their world with ours.
In the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana lives David Gibson, a mysteriously odd and fragile little boy with unique powers and an extraordinary gift, the ability to see and interact with the creatures from the dark parallel dimension. Afraid of the world around him and his horrifying visions, David keeps his powers a secret, and hides from his gift. He is often uncomfortable in public places; he speaks only when spoken to, keeps to himself and doesn’t make many friends. David literally doesn’t see the world as normal people do and he doesn’t know why he was given this ability nor does he care; he just wants to get rid of it, permanently.
But little did he know that not only can he communicate with these dark creatures, but they can interact with him too. In fact, they intend to use him as the key to enter our world forever, strengthen their numbers, recruit human soldiers and declare war on all of Earth. Through David, they will rise and conquer with him as their human leader. It is his fate, or so they thought. In this world, when you run and hide from your destiny, it will find you whether you are ready or not. Then the question that remains is…what in this world are you afraid of?
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against …the rulers of the darkness of this world… Ephesians 6:12

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Good morning Bill Miller and welcome to My Book Addiction and More today…..

MBA:  Bill, Tell our readers a little about yourself?

Bill Miller has been riding to the hounds for the over 40 years.  For nearly 20 years he has been an honorary whipper-in for the Norfolk Hunt Club.  Bill is also actively involved in Team Penning during the summer months.   He lives on a small farm in Sherborn, Massachusetts with his wife and three horses. When not working with horses, Bill is an independent film director and cinematographer.  His website is: <>

MBA: What made you decide to write this genre, if anything?

BILL: I started out just writing the story and really didn’t know what genre it was going to be in.  It sort of took a turn of its own and mapped its own course.

MBA: How much research was required to write about horses and such?

BILL: Just life experiences.  I looked up a few things like vegetation in the Virginia area, but everything else was from my own experiences.

MBA: Tell our readers a few tidbits on what is on the horizon for Bill Miller?

BILL: I would like to write a sequel to Heroes and Hounds, continuing the story of Carly and her adventures as she gets older.  Perhaps making this into a movie would be good.

MBA: What is something you would like to accomplish in your writing career?

BILL: Writing books that people of all ages enjoy reading.

MBA: What is a typical writing day for you?

BILL: I write best early in the morning and late at night.  The rest of the day is filled with farm chores and regular work.

MBA: Where can I readers find you and where are your books available?

BILL: Books are available on Amazon as both paperback and Kindle, on Smashwords and at

Thank you for visiting with My Book Addiction and More today…



Publisher:CreateSpace (November 10, 2010)


ISBN-13: 978-1456310363

Book Description(from Amazon)

Publication Date: November 10, 2010
Carly is 11 years old and lives with her grandfather on a 200-acre Virginia farm while both parents serve in the military overseas. She loves the farm, and befriends all of the animals including a sneaky red fox that stalks her grandfather’s prize chickens. Her best friend is her pony, Monroe, who shares her enthusiasm for adventure. Carly’s constant dream is to ride with the Riverdale Hunt Club that passes through her grandfather’s property. On one particularly rainy Saturday, Carly watches from her front porch as the finely dressed ladies and gentlemen ride to the hounds. Later in the day, Carly finds out that a young hound named Hampton has become lost and Carly is determined to find him and by so doing endear herself to the hunt’s Master; perhaps to be asked to ride Monroe in an upcoming meet. Carly enlists the help of her friend, Freddie, but the adventure is just beginning. Carly, Monroe, Hampton and the red fox have no idea what dangers await them.

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 MBA&M: Please, tell our readers a few tidbits about Kimberly Llewellyn?


KIMBERLY: Hey there! Thanks for inviting me today. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what better topic to discuss than love, romance, and the happily ever after?


I’m known as the Wedding Writer…there’s just something about writing bride books that appeals to me. But let’s face it, sometimes our dream as a bride goes bust, which is exactly what happens to Ivy Hammond in Almost a Bride. She then decides to rebuild her life in a very unusual way. I think we can all relate to that dilemma over what to do once our heart has been broken. As for me, I was lucky and found my happily ever after, as I’m living in Florida where I am fortunate to write full time.


MBA&M: What if anything made you decide to write “Almost A Bride”?


KIMBERLY: I wanted to tackle a theme that, as women, we all face from time to time. The good-girl-bad-girl dilemma and how a woman handles the expectation of being a “lady on the street but a freak in the bed” (as Usher so eloquently put it in his song, “Yeah!”) Does a woman have to be labeled as one or the other? And why? Or, can she be really be combination of both? So I took a likable character and threw her headfirst into such a situation. What a fun, sexy way to explore this dilemma.

 MBA&M: What where some of the challenges in writing “Almost A Bride”?


KIMBERLY: The biggest challenge was to be sure I fully explored Ivy Hammond and Kip Lockehart’s character, so we can relate to them right away. I wanted the reader to know these two people so well, that they wanted more than anything in the world, for them to get together. Kind of like hoping two of your closest friends will finally admit they like each other and hoping to the bottom of your heart that they’ll fall head over heels in love once and for all. Of course, I don’t make it easy for Ivy and Kip. Despite their undeniable attraction, their personal situations and past experiences become obstacles that keep them apart emotionally.

 MBA&M: Who would you credit your desire to write to most?


KIMBERLY: Norman Mailer. I’m originally from New England, spending several summers down Cape Cod (aka the Cape). During college, I spent the summer working and hanging out with Norman in Provincetown, MA. His advice? You better do what you really want to do in this life. Hearing his tell-it-like-it-is advice was a pivotal moment. That fall, I returned to school, changed my major from nursing to English, and followed my true calling to be a writer.



 MBA&M: What was the quirkiest writing advice you received that actually worked for you?


KIMBERLY: It may not be too quirky, but it is very freeing as a writer. When it comes to writing, there are no rules; they’re more like guidelines. My critique partners and I learned that lesson early on. While it is important to learn your craft as a writer, you also need to trust your instinct and take risks as a storyteller. Following rigid writing rules can stifle creativity and no one wants to read a stifling story!



 MBA&M: Who would you say your hero is, be it person, character, or animal? Why?


KIMBERLY: Thomas Jefferson. One of the Founding Father’s of the United States. A profound thinker, philosopher, and eloquent writer, he had the bravery to uphold his high ideals. He was well read and a lover of books. Plus, he was redhead, just like me! If you visit Washington, D.C., be sure to see Jefferson’s personal library located inside the Library of Congress’ Thomas Jefferson Building, which has the most beautiful interior in DC, in my opinion.



MBA&M:  Kimberly, can you tell our readers a few tidbits of what is on the horizon for you and your writing?


KIMBERLY: Definitely, more books are coming! My current WIP (shhh) is an emotionally compelling love story between two medical professionals. I’ve gone old school with a classic storyline. Lots of drama. Lots of angst. That’s all I can say or I’ll seriously start crying right now because I’m so worried about the people in this story!



 MBA&M: Please, tell our readers where to find you and where “Almost A Bride” is available?


KIMBERLY: Almost a Bride is currently available on Kindle. It will be available in all other formats in the Spring 2012. I’ve been thrilled by the reader response to this fun, sexy story. It remained on Amazon’s Top 100 Best Seller List for a week. What an exciting time!


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Publisher:DeWolfe Press (December 18, 2011)


Product Description(FROM AMAZON)

Award-winning author, Kimberly Llewellyn, introduces a sexy fun story about two people who discover they have a lot more to share between the sheets than they ever bargained for.
Ivy Hammond got dumped at the altar, all because she was too much of a good girl in the bedroom. So when a research study on sex appeal needs participants, she jumps at the chance to learn what it takes to be sexy.
Kip Lockehart owes his foster brother his life. He repays the debt by agreeing to participate in a new sex appeal study. From the first sizzling assignment, Kip is immediately intrigued by the lovely Ivy, who’s innocently curious about what makes a woman sensual. Kip is more than happy to show her. But as each passionate assignment brings them closer, he fears they may break the study’s number one rule―don’t fall in love. But when he can’t stop picturing Ivy as his bride, he sets out to convince her some rules were made to be broken.

“Almost A Bride” available at


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Good morning, Natalie and welcome to My Book Addiction and More today!!!


MBA&M: Tell our readers a little about Natalie Anderson?


NATALIE: Well, I live in New Zealand with my husband and four children. I started writing when my first two were young and I needed a little something for ‘me’ to work on while getting up for all those night feeds! SO I started and I really haven’t stopped since! I was super fortunate to sell my first submission to Harlequin Mills & Boon and I’m working on my 20th novel for them now, and am also branching out – I’m so excited to be working with Entangled on this fun novella and I have more planned! I live in Christchurch, which you may know has had a number of very large earthquakes in the last year or so – in fact we’ve had over 10,000 quakes since September 2010 – so that’s been pretty hard – but it teaches us resilience and appreciation for what we have. I love Christchurch though, it is my hometown and I want to see it rebuilt and stronger. We’ve just had the World Buskers Festival here and that was brilliant!

MBA&M: What made you want to write a Contemporary Romance?


NATALIE: It’s what I love! It’s my favourite genre to read and it’s also where my voice naturally seems to fit and the day I decided to sit down and finally ‘write a book’ – that’s the kind I wanted to write! It’s been that way ever since J


MBA&M: What was some of the challenges in writing “Melt”?


NATALIE: I needed to do more research in this one than I’ve had to in most of my other books – but that was not so much a challenge as it was a lot of fun – we have an Antarctic attraction just across from where the planes take-off for the ice and they have a lot of history stuff there, geological info as well as the cutest little Blue penguins – I guess the challenge was in dragging myself away from there and back to the keyboard to finish the story!!!


MBA&M:  If you could be anyone in one of your books, which character would you be and why?


NATALIE: Well I certainly wouldn’t mind being Emma in MELT!!! Because I really, really do want to travel to Antarctica some time and also Emma is a talented artist – I just can’t draw or paint, I’m always so in awe of those who can. So it would be nice to go down there and be able to paint like her – PLUS I’d get to meet Hunter and frankly, that’s reason enough! 😉


MBA&M: How hard is it to write different genre for different publishers?


NATALIE: Well I’m not so much writing different genre as different lengths. My books for Harlequin are longer whereas MELT with Entangled is a novella. Writing novellas is always challenging as you need to get a lot in, in a few words – but that’s a lot of the fun in writing them too!


MBA&M: What are some of your writing rituals?


NATALIE: I’m a bit boring in that I don’t have too many rituals! I DO have an app that disconnects the Internet though! I really need uninterrupted time to write properly. I’m really looking forward to this week as it’s been the summer holidays here in New Zealand and all four children have been home for weeks now – and while that’s wonderful, it doesn’t help me meet my deadlines! And my youngest are in school, so I will finally have daytime hours in which to concentrate fully – it’s going to be grand!

MBA&M: What advice or person would you credit your writing career success to and why?


NATALIE: My husband is the most amazingly supportive guy. Back when I first started writing seriously and had no real thought of subbing or making it a career, he carved out time for me to write in the weekends – taking the kids down to the local café while I worked upstairs in the bedroom. For the last five years while we’ve had preschoolers and I’ve been the ‘at-home’ mum, he’s been the ‘solo dad’ in those weekends when I was on a deadline crunch. He’s always believed in my (even in those days when I didn’t really believe in myself). The other person who has been hugely supportive is my Mum. I’m so lucky to have such a great support team!!!

MBA&M: Natalie, tell our readers where to find you and where “Melt” is available?


My website is at and I’m also on Twitter @authornataliea and Facebook at

About Melt

When two frozen hearts collide…

Emma Reed closed her heart to love years ago after a lifetime spent getting kicked around foster homes and bad relationships. Now she’s on a mission to prove she deserves her recent award to paint a mural for a research base in Antarctica. Nothing and no one is going to get in her way.

After months working in recovery zones around the world, Hunter Wilson planned to escape everything this holiday season by rebuilding a lab at the Kiwi Research Base. Alone. No to family, no to fun. It’s isolation not intimacy he’s aching for. But when he sees the determined artist, that ache becomes an urge – after all, shouldn’t someone show her what two people can do with twenty-four hours of brilliant sunlight?

In the coldest place on earth, even the most frozen hearts can melt.

Melt  is available for purchase from Amazon or Barnes & Noble

Natalie would you like to add anything else today?


Yes – Thanks so much for having me here! It’s been so nice J 

                Natalie, thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to visit with My Book Addiction and More and our readers today..


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BIO:(From the author’s website)

Cari Quinn wrote her first story – a bible parable – in 2nd grade, much to the delight of the nuns at her Catholic school. Once she saw the warm reception that first tale garnered, she was hooked. She attempted her first romance in junior high, long before she’d ever read one. Writing what she knew always took a backseat to what she wanted to know, and that still holds true today. Cari’s genres of choice include contemporary, romantic comedy, romantic suspense, urban fantasy and paranormal. Recently she discovered erotic romance. Oh, how far she’s come.


Good morning Cari and welcome to My Book Addiction and More…

Thank you so much for having me here today!

MBA&M: Tell our readers a little about Cari Quinn?

CARI:Sure thing! First and foremost, I’m a reader. I fell in love with books at a young age and always preferred to read more than anything else. That’s still true today, especially when I’m wrestling with one of my own stories! I write sexy, fun contemporary romances along with a bit darker and more explicit erotic romances and hope to be writing both for a long time.

MBA&M: What made you decide to write contemporary romance?

CARI:Good question! Mainly because I love contemporary romance. It’s the first genre I pick up when I read. As much as I enjoy a good paranormal, contemporary romances in particular give me hope for how well “ordinary” life can work out if you stay on your toes and never give up. I like to think we’re all a day or a moment away from our own happily ever after—if we’re willing to work for it!

MBA&M: What was some of the challenges in writing “No Dress Required”?

CARI:Oooh, another good question! Jake and Noelle were pretty easy to write about, but it was definitely a challenge telling an entertaining, romantic story in an abbreviated word count. Hopefully readers think I did a good job, as I think Entangled Publishing’s new lines of shorter romances, Flirts and Ever Afters, are a perfect way to get your reading fix in a shorter amount of time!

MBA&M: Who is your hero,in life,and in fiction?Why?

CARI:This probably isn’t the most politically correct answer, but my hero is Nora Roberts. While obviously there are a lot of amazing, incredible political figures and the like who have helped positively shaped history, Nora’s always been my personal hero because early on she found the one thing she wanted to do with her life and carved out a successful career despite the many obstacles.

Hmm, in fiction, my hero is probably Cat Crawfield in the Night Huntress series by Jeaniene Frost. She’s such a kickass chick and she’s continually learned and grown throughout the series—and heck, I idolize her just because her hero is the delectable Bones! (Yep, I’m really that shallow sometimes!)

MBA&M:If you could change anything in your life,what would it be and why?

CARI:Gosh, I could answer this so many ways! I think I would wish to not ever be afraid. Fear holds so many of us back and sometimes it’s a limitation we create for ourselves.

MBA&M: How would you describe your writing career,in terms of challenges,triumphs,trials and joys?

CARI: Right now, I’d describe it as amazing. I never truly believed deep down that people I don’t know would spend their hard-earned money on my books. That they do is something I never, ever will take for granted and will always be eternally grateful for.

MBA&M: Cari, I see you have written several genre,which is your favorite and why?

CARI: Wow, so many excellent questions! Right now I write mostly contemporary romance, with the main difference between my stories being the heat level. I think contemporary romance will always be my first love and I can’t see myself ever leaving that genre, even if I start writing other types of stories as well.

MBA&M: Now, Cari tell our readers where to find you and where “No Dress Required”?

CARI: Sure! Readers can find me at my website (which will be updated soon!) and on Twitter, Facebook and Goodreads as Cari Quinn.

No Dress Required can be found here:

You can read the entire 1st chapter of No Dress Required on the Entangled Publishing site. And if you’re a Nook reader, No Dress Required (only 99 cents!) is currently #2 on the overall Romance list at Barnes & Noble! Thanks so much, readers!


               Cari, would you like to add anything else today?

Thank you so much for allowing me to blog with you today. Entangled Publishing and I would love to offer an ebook copy of No Dress Required, contest open internationally, to a random commenter! I can’t wait to chat with your readers!


Cari, thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to visit with My Book Addiction and More and our readers today!!!

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Publisher:Entangled Publishing (December 25, 2011)


Product Description(from Amazon)

After years of ho-hum dating, Noelle Gregory is tired of fooling around. There’s only ever been one guy for her—Jake Conroy, her best friend’s older brother. Now that Jake’s back in town, she’s headed to his sister’s New Year’s Eve party to make her move. Purse full of condoms? Check. Sparkly dress guaranteed to show Jake the sexy woman she’s become? Check.
Carjacker that makes off with both two hours before the party? Check.
When Jake finds Noelle stranded on the side of the road—looking sexier than ever in her striped socks and silly holiday shirt, damn it—he’s glad for the snowstorm that cancels his sister’s party. His and Noelle’s friendship has tormented him for years, and now, Jake wonders if he should dare to sample what he’s always wanted…and if he’ll be able to walk away when it’s over.


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