Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘In The Spotlight’

Amy Jarecki Interview - Author Picture

I’m delighted to welcome Bestselling and Award Winning Author AMY JARECKI to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Hi Carol, thank you so much for inviting me to visit your lovely blog today. I’m thrilled to be here!

~~~~~~~


R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Amy:
I was born in California, but I didn’t grow up there. My parents moved to Washington State where I attended school. What I remember the most is the rain. I think that’s why I live in the desert now!

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Amy:
I’d like to think I’m easy going, but I’m on the petite side. I think small people are natural firecrackers akin to Chihuahuas. So, I have to admit I get a little excitable at times. Things have mellowed with age, however.

This is a picture of my little firecracker, Maya. She weighs in at 3.5 lbs.

Amy Jarecki Interview - Maya

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Amy:
Definitely both.


R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Amy:
That’s a hard one. I love to drive my yellow Volkswagen Beetle. It’s turbo charged and zips along. I have a 90 year-old oboe that I am very fond of. But I have to say that I’m honoured to wake up every day and look at the wonders that come with the rising of the sun. But nature’s not a possession, is it?

This is the view from my backyard.

Amy Jarecki Interview - View from back yard


R&R:
If you could afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Amy:
I would buy a castle in Scotland. I’d host reader events and go exploring with all my friends. This picture is of Alloa tower once home of John Erskine, the Earl of Mar. Wouldn’t it be fun to live there?

Amy Jarecki Interview - Castle


R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Amy:
I’ve had many. I think I embarrass myself every time I go out in public. That’s why I’m an author and work from home (LOL). It’s hard to pinpoint one event in particular. I think the funny ones are the best. When I was young, I travelled with a Broadway review. We had a lot of costume changes and used Velcro. After frantically changing into shorts and a halter top for a number from Hair, I was singing and waving my arms over my head when my Velcro gave way and my top fell off. At least the audience thought it was funny!

~~~~~~~

Thank you for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself, Amy.

Thank you so much for having me visit, Carol. What fun questions! Happy reading everyone!!

 

If you would like to find out more about Amy and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter

Read Full Post »

Karen Hawkins

I’m delighted to welcome New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author KAREN HAWKINS to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Hi! I’m delighted to be here! It’s nice to slow down and say hello as I’ve been crazy busy this last few months, which have included finishing a book, revising another, and moving across the country from subtropical Florida to snow-drenched Massachusetts.

~~~~~~~


R&R:

Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Karen:
I was born in the very edge of western Virginia in a tiny and charming town called Abingdon. When I was eight, we moved about twenty miles down the road into Tennessee beside a household of boys (there were six of them next door), and it was there that I learned how to play Kick the Can like a pro, jumped my hot pink bike over a series of increasingly high and unstable ramps, and found out that crawdads really, really love American cheese rolled into a ball.

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Karen:
Easy-going. My parents took foster kids, so there were a LOT of kids in my house while I was growing up. You either became easy-going, or you went crazy. I decided to become easy-going. I’m probably the only person I know who moved away from home to a dorm for some peace and quiet.

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Karen:
I love a mixture like salted caramel or yogurt dipped pretzels. Hmmm. Pardon me; I need a snack.

 

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Karen:
Wow. That’s a hard one. I have a lot of antiques. Probably the one I love the best is a set of matching Victorian era wedding bracelets of turquoise and plated gold.

 

R&R:
If you were able to afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Karen:
An easy question! Scotland. On a beautiful loch. With purple moors and a towering mountain off in the distance.

Now I’m sad I ‘m not in Scotland. I need another snack.

 

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Karen:
Nooooo! I can’t tell that! I’ll have to relive it!

Fine, fine. I’ll tell you. When I was in middle school, which was agony for me, I was late for class and ran across the courtyard and ran right into a telephone pole wire. I’m pretty sure 100% of the school saw it, and probably all still laugh about it today. I know I would, if I’d seen it, but all I saw was blue, blue sky after I landed on my back.

Now I need another snack AND a glass of wine. Thanks.

~~~~~~~

 

Thank you for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself, Karen.

*mumbles around crumbs* You’re welcome.

 

 

If you would like to find out more about Karen and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter

Read Full Post »

Erica Monroe Interview - author photo

I’m delighted to welcome USA Today Bestselling Author ERICA MONROE to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Thanks for having me, Carol! I’m very excited to be here.

~~~~~~~

 

R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Erica:
I grew up in Maryland. I had a very sheltered childhood, and my parents encouraged and supported my desire to study writing. My mother was a school librarian and my father was a sci-fi fan, so from there you get my love for books and my love for science fiction, fantasy, and comic books. I was very fortunate to attend schools with very competent teachers—so much so that I still remember (and use in my books) much of what I was taught in my AP European History class!

I met my now-husband in my junior year of high school. We have been together now for fifteen years (as I am 30, this is half my life!) and married for ten. For me, returning to Maryland is more about remembering those early days of our relationship, as my immediate family lives in Florida now.

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Erica:
I am ahem, very temperamental. I inherited my father’s fiery temper, and I prefer to approach conflict head-on. I am a very passionate person, and I very rarely do anything halfway. There is a line from Hamilton that basically summarizes my current view of life: “give me a position, show me where the ammunition is.” I do not back down from a fight if I think the cause is worthy. I believe strongly in my convictions, and I write books that often center around social issues and women’s rights. Suffice to say, I do not have an easy-going bone in my body 😉 You pretty much always know what I’m feeling or thinking.

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Erica:
My husband used to be a chef, so he has introduced me to a wide variety of food I didn’t know existed. He’s also taught me how to cook, which is something I never did until about four years ago when I started working from home. Because of this, I definitely enjoy both sweet and savoury things, because now I can appreciate them both for what they contribute to our culinary spectrum.



R&R:

What is your most treasured possession?

Erica:
I have a lot of wonderful sentimental memorabilia collected throughout my life, so it would be hard to choose a most “treasured” thing. But I can tell you what I value most of my possessions – my Kitchenaid standing mixer! I have arthritis in my hands and wrists, and my upper body strength is very minimal from my autoimmune diseases. The mixer gives me autonomy I didn’t have before, because now I no longer have to ask my husband to stir things, etc. It makes cooking so much easier for me—I don’t just use it for baking, but also for stirring things for dinner or combining sauces. It is, bar none, my favourite thing in my kitchen and if we had a fire you’d see me trying to lug out this giant mixer, LOL.

Erica Monroe Interview - Mixer 

This is the model I have (photo from Everything Kitchens)

 

R&R:
If you could afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Erica:
Absolutely would choose London, because of the amount of research I’d be able to do. My series, The Rookery Rogues, is set entirely in London. I’d love to be able to actually go to Whitechapel, to Spitalfields, to the London Docks and gain first-hand knowledge. The ability to immerse myself so completely in the culture would be priceless.

 


R&R:

Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Erica:
Ah, Carol, I have so many! I am very awkward, both socially and physically as I am exceedingly uncoordinated. On an average day, I embarrass myself approximately six times, so I don’t even keep track anymore. I’ve learned to just shrug it off and move on because inevitably in the next hour I will do something even more hysterically awkward. Also, I have a horrible habit of just yammering on when there’s silence, and I end up digging myself deeper and deeper holes…

For about three months when I was 21, I worked as a barista at Target. One day I woke up late for my 8 AM shift (I do not like mornings at all). Because I was so concerned with being late, I tried to run into work, and I jumped the curb—right into a sign. And I do mean right into the sign, like I hit it at such a speed that I fell to the ground, had to get stitches, etc. People kept going, “HOW DID YOU MISS THAT SIGN, IT’S HUGE!” and I had to just shrug and be like, “…these things happen.” They sent me to the ER; the whole staff of Target came out to watch. I’m pretty sure I am still known as the girl who walked into the sign.

There is now a scar on my forehead, and ANOTHER scar next to that because three months later I ran into an air conditioning vent. And that’s when I realized looking down at your shoes, no matter how adorable they are, is not the best practice when walking. (For the record, I still run into things because I am constantly thinking of plot elements and other things I need to be doing instead of watching where I walk.)

~~~~~~~

 

Thank you for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself, Erica.

Thank you, Carol! I’ve enjoyed my visit here. 😊

 


If you would like to find out more about Erica and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook Page
Friend her on Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Follow Erica on Amazon

Read Full Post »

Emily Larkin Interview - author picture

I’m delighted to welcome Historical Romance Author EMILY LARKIN to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Hello, Carol! Many thanks for inviting me. It’s lovely to be here.

~~~~~~~

 

R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Emily:
I was born in Napier, the art deco capital of New Zealand, and grew up in Nelson, the sunshine capital of New Zealand. My father was a novelist, and when he started writing fulltime my parents moved to Nelson and bought an ugly little stucco house high up on a hill, with a wonderful view of the bay and the mountains. That hill was the bane of my school years (I hated climbing it every afternoon), but it left a lasting legacy; I now voluntarily climb hills every day. In fact, if I don’t have my daily hill walk, I get an itchy, frustrated feeling. Hills are in my blood…

This is a picture of my parents, my sister, and me, on our Nelson hillside. (I’m the one with the glasses.)

Emily Larkin Interview - picture 1.jpg.png

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Emily:
Pretty easy-going, although I am a perfectionist, so I’m not easy-going about doing things right! I rarely lose my temper, but when I do … watch out.

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Emily:
Definitely savoury. I love salty butter and gooey, stinky cheese on freshly baked bread. And chips. Chips are my downfall!

Here’s a rustic loaf still warm from the oven and some very smelly cheese, one of my favourite breakfasts.

Emily Larkin Interview - picture 2.jpg.png

 

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Emily:
I was going to say that I don’t have many possessions and that most of them have been in storage for the past eight years, so I can’t really call them treasured … and then I thought about the few possessions that aren’t in storage and it was obvious: my yoga mats!

I had a back injury in my twenties, and if I’m not careful it still bothers me. Yoga really helps. I try to do 30-60 minutes a day, mostly stretches to increase my flexibility. It counteracts all the hours I spend at my computer. (Or at least, I hope it does!)

These are my two favourite mats: the thick, squishy black one, and the ultra-thin travelling one.

Emily Larkin Interview - picture 3.jpg.png.jpg.png

 

R&R:
If you could afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Emily:
I don’t actually have any home at the moment (unless the storage unit counts?), so for me this question should be: If you could afford a home anywhere in the world where would you choose? The answer is Scandinavia. I was an exchange student in Sweden in my teens and fell in love with that country, so Sweden would be my first pick, but maybe I’d choose Norway because it’s hillier and I need daily hill walks. My dream home also has to be near the sea. I love the coast! You remember that itchy, frustrated feeling I get when I haven’t climbed a hill? Well, I get that feeling when I haven’t seen the sea for a few days, too. So, somewhere in Scandinavia by the sea and with hills. That would be my dream!

This is a postcard someone sent me from the Lofoten archipelago, which is at the top of my list of places to visit. Who knows? I may end up living there!

Emily Larkin Interview - picture 4.jpg.png.jpg.png

 

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Emily:
Oh, man. Did you have to ask? Well … picture a large university hostel with eight floors and several hundred students … and picture someone (me) in the shower on the eighth floor when the fire alarm goes off. Seeing as how there had been a real fire on the seventh floor only a few weeks previously (someone’s curtains caught fire), I didn’t stop to dress, just flung a towel around me and went running down the stairs. The firemen thought it was amusing; I can’t say that I did.
~~~~~~~

 

Thank you for taking time out to be here today and share these interesting facts about yourself, Emily.

Thank you so much, Carol! I’ve loved talking with you. Hopefully one day we’ll meet face to face.

 


If you would like to find out more about Emily and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook

 

 

 

 

Read Full Post »

Virginia Heath Interview - author picture

I’m delighted to welcome Harlequin Historical Author VIRGINIA HEATH to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Thank you for inviting me. I’ve been reading this blog for years, seeing all those big names in historical romance and being awed by them, so being asked to be on it is very exciting. So much so I might need to lie down…

~~~~~~~~


R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Virginia:
I was born just outside of London in a place called Hayes. I suppose it’s biggest claim to fame is it is right next to Heathrow Airport, so I grew up directly under one of the busiest flight paths in the world. Every morning at 11am, the ground would vibrate as Concorde took off. I know this was a great source of consternation for the locals, but I used to imagine it was an earthquake or a space ship coming to land. Even then I had a vivid imagination. Hayes was a nice place to grow up. Just around the corner from me was a quiet road called Pump Lane with the smoothest pavement you’ve ever seen. I have happy memories of roller-skating up and down that road. I probably wasted a quarter of my childhood doing that while making up stories in my head. It’s funny what you remember.

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Virginia:
Most of the time, I’m very easy going. I have a very long fuse and years of teaching teenagers has made it even longer. But when my temper goes, it goes!


R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Virginia:
When I was younger, I used to have an enormous sweet tooth but as I’ve got older I prefer savoury. I’m a spice fiend. Curry, chillies, anything with a bit of a kick and I’m in food Heaven. I’ve never grown out of my love of cake though. Can’t beat a nice slice of cake and a cup of tea.

 

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Virginia:
That’s a really difficult question because the older I’ve got, the more I see possessions as simply stuff because people and memories matter more. However, I have always been a bit of a history nerd, and love nothing more than touching things from the past. Simple stuff, like coins or broaches, things people used in their day to day lives. I have a Queen Elizabeth penny, a roman broach, a Civil War musket ball- nothing of huge monetary value but things which evoke a sense of the past and get me wondering about the people who used them. I suppose my most treasured piece of the past is my mammoth’s tooth. It’s only half of a back molar, but the fact it once lived inside the mouth of an animal roaming Britain 20,000 years ago makes it really special. I often ponder that mammoth and the world he lived in.

Virginia Heath Interview -mammoth tooth pg


R&R:
If you could afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Virginia:
The Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean. I love the Caribbean in general, but Turks and Caicos are the most beautiful, so green and unspoiled, and Grace Bay is far and away the best beach in the world. The sand is like golden talcum powder and the sea is so clear you can see everything. My husband and I got married there, and he lost his wedding ring in the water. We hunted around for half an hour searching for it frantically then saw it glinting in the sun on the sea bed ten feet below. Fortunately, my daughter swims like a dolphin and was able to dive down and fetch it. I can definitely see myself staring out onto that beautiful beach while tapping away on my keyboard.

Virginia Heath Interview - Me on Grace Bay beachVirginia Heath Interview -Grace Bay in the Turks and Caicos Islands

 

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Virginia:
Oh dear, so many I’m not sure which to choose. However, this one still makes me cringe a quarter of a century on so…

In my early twenties I used to work for the BBC at the iconic Television Centre in London. It was a maze of a building, shaped like a donut, and I was forever getting lost. It was also a place where you regularly saw very famous celebrities, and it was not the done thing to acknowledge they were famous or approach them. As BBC staff, we were expected to maintain our professionalism at all times, and as I’m not usually a fan girl type, I found this remarkably easy. One day I had just done a huge pile of photocopying and was carrying it back to my office when Mel Gibson suddenly appeared around the corner. It was at the time of the Lethal Weapon films when he was a HUGE star and I was hopelessly in love with him. I was so surprised I squeaked then dropped all the paper all over the floor and immediately blushed to the roots of my hair at having been so stupidly and obviously overwhelmed.

I tried to style it out, by pretending I hadn’t seen him, being irritated at my own clumsiness, and went about gathering them up, but he came up alongside me and said, “Let me help you with that.” Of course, I said no, resolutely stared at the papers and wished the floor would open up, but Mel bent down and helped me anyway. And boy did he smell good. Being so close to the man of my dreams made me a bit wobbly- and I was definitely having a bit of a swoon although desperately trying to appear unaffected.

After the last piece of paper was back in my arms, I had to look at him to say thank you and he was grinning smugly from ear to ear. He knew I’d dropped them because of him. And he winked at me! I had no words. Nothing. So I just scurried away like an idiot with my face on fire. I still feel queasy at the complete and utter humiliation.

~~~~~~~

 

Thank you for taking time out to be here today and share these interesting facts about yourself, Virginia.

It was a pleasure, aside from recalling my Mortifying Mel Moment. I’m sat here cringing now…

 

If you would like to find out more about Virginia and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter

Read Full Post »

Tracy Anne Warren interview - author photo

I’m delighted to welcome New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author TRACY ANNE WARREN to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

Thank you so much for inviting me to do the interview with you at Rakes and Rascals. The questions were a lot of fun.

~~~~~~~

 

R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Tracy:
I was born in Columbus, Ohio about 30 miles from Granville, the town in which I was raised. My family and I lived away from the town center, “in the country” as we called it. There were corn fields that stretched out for acres during the hot summers and blankets of white snow in the winters. My childhood was good but quiet with lots of time to read and think up stories. It wasn’t until high school, however, that I started writing some of them down and many years later before I was published.

Tracy Anne Warren interview - 2 months old
A baby picture of me with my mother (I think I was  
about two months old in this.

Tracy Anne Warren interview - aged 17
One taken of me when I was seventeen. I’m on the left, my sister, Leslie, is on the right and an unnamed monkey, of all things, is in the middle. The photo was taken at the Wittlich Pig Fest in Wittlich, Germany. I visited my sister that summer while she was stationed in Germany with the US Air Force.

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Tracy:
I don’t really consider myself to be either temperamental or easy-going, maybe somewhere in between. As an introvert, I enjoy getting together with close friends, reading and watching television shows and movies–when I’m not writing, of course.

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Tracy:
While I definitely have a sweet tooth, for chocolate in particular, I also enjoy well prepared savory dishes. As a foodie, I love trying new restaurants and exploring a variety of cuisines.

 

R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Tracy:
I have a beautiful wall mirror that one of my sisters gave me as special birthday present. It’s very whimsical and has painted birds, chipmunks and strawberries on it. The mirror is a work of art and seeing it always makes me smile.

Tracy Anne Warren interview - mirror
The mirror 

Tracy Anne Warren interview - mirror detail
A detail of one of the decorative chipmunks. 

 

R&R:
If you could to afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Tracy:
I’m torn between saying Hawaii or England. I’d choose Hawaii for the islands’ breath-taking natural beauty, fabulous weather and tranquillity. I’d love to live in England and be surrounded by all that glorious history and old-world charm. Plus, I’m kind of an Anglophile, in case you haven’t noticed, so there’s that as well. Ideally, I’d have enough money to afford a home in both places, so I wouldn’t have to pick one over the other.


R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Tracy:
Embarrassing moment, hmm? I’ve had a few over the years but one that comes to mind is the time I met actor Adrian Paul of Highlander fame. He was so incredibly gorgeous and I was so star-struck that I literally could not speak. Try as I might I couldn’t get so much as a syllable past my lips. All I could do was stand there blushing while he signed an autograph for me. Luckily, I’m sure I’m the only one of us who remembers.

~~~~~~~


Thank you for taking time out to be here today and share these interesting facts about yourself, Tracy.

Thank you for inviting me to share some facts about myself that readers will hopefully find enjoyable and informative.

 


If you would like to find out more about Tracy and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook

Read Full Post »

Callie Hutton Interview - author picture

I’m delighted to welcome USA Today Bestselling author CALLIE HUTTON to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

I am very excited to be here today. I’m looking forward to the interview and getting to know your readers.

~~~~~~~

 

R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Callie:
I was born and raised in a major city in New Jersey. It was also the time in our history when most mothers were at home, and there were tons of kids to play with. No video games or internet. We were sent outside to play first thing in the morning and except for lunch we were not expected back home until dinner time. In the summer time if you weren’t in when the street lights went on you were in big trouble. We all had chores and the only sports we played were with neighbourhood kids. No shuffling to dance lessons, baseball practice or piano lessons.

 

R&R:
How would you describe yourself – temperamental or easy-going?

Callie
:
I am probably one of the few mothers you will meet whose adult children will tell you I’m too easy going. Discipline was never my forte. But, thankfully, my kids turned out great. My daughter is a kick-ass law enforcement officer, and my son and his wife have adorable two-and-a-half-year-old twin boys, who I call ‘the twinadoes.’ We all live in Oklahoma

Callie Hutton Interview - GrandchildrenCallie Hutton Interview - Grandchildren Watching Cat in the Hat
‘The Twinadoes’

 

R&R:
When it comes to food do you like sweet or savoury or both?

Callie:
Both.


R&R:
What is your most treasured possession?

Callie:
My family. No question that there is no material possession that matches the ones I love.

 


R&R:
If you could afford a second home anywhere in the world where would you choose and why?

Callie:
Probably a little cottage somewhere in the English countryside.

 

R&R:
Finally, what has been your most embarrassing moment?

Callie:
I have what my family calls ‘selective memory.’ I don’t really remember the bad things in my life, so I can’t recall anything embarrassing. I’m sure there is something, but…

~~~~~~~


Thank you for taking time out to be here today and sharing these interesting facts about yourself, Callie.

Thank you so much for having me. It was fun!

 

If you would like to find out more about Callie and her books, here are the links:

Website
Goodreads
Facebook
Twitter

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »

Boonies123

Historical Romance Reviews and much more

Delilah Marvelle Loves Her Readers

Sign up for the New Release Alert

Caz's Reading Room

Fiction of a historical nature and anything else that takes my fancy

The Reading Wench

Historical Romance Reviews and much more

Sonya's Stuff

Mostly Books

Chicks,Rogues and Scandals

We Love, We Live and We Read. . . .

The Mighty Quill

Historical Romance Reviews

doingsomereading

Now, what to read next...???

La Deetda Reads

Book Reviews, Thoughts and Recipes

And Then She Kissed Him

Regency romance redrawn with Author Cora Lee

Romantic Historical Reviews

Where History Meets Passion

Romance Writer and Lover of Books...Vikki Vaught

Historical Romance Reviews and much more

The Write Thought

Historical Romance Reviews and much more

LovesHistorical Book Reviews

Mother. Blogger. Southern Belle. Makeup geek. Avid reader. Books are my addiction. Highlanders are my passion.

BOOKTALK WITH EILEEN

Sharing the experience of living a thousand lives

ReginaJeffers's Blog

Every Woman Dreams...

Roses Are Blue

Romantic Fiction Reviews and Discussions

%d bloggers like this: