Ask Win. Live interview.

My very first interview for an amazing author and blogger, Ask Win. We’re discussing inspiration for my works and authors and artists who influenced my writing.

Ask Win interviews indie artists for her broadcast, giving them an opportunity to reach the audience.

My interview with Ask Win


You can find Ask Win podcast on all major channels:

Ask Win by Win Charles:

https://itun.es/us/X1Oo_.c

Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/show/0PnpNwQnlRufXs4WVTrX3U

Or IHeart radio interviews:

https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Ask-Win-29274053/

Google Home:

https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iqejvaw2kxl6muqsaebgoqql7ga

Simplecast:

https://askwin.simplecast.fm

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Podcasts/ask-Win-p1056202/

Android:

http://www.subscribeonandroid.com/winwisdom.libsyn.com/rss

Our amazing work with the podcast back catalog:

http://askwin.weebly.com

For those of you on Spotify play, you can get Ask Win on Alexa but Tune In is going to be the best bet.

http://tun.in/piJRA

The Ways We Follow – Book Tour and Giveaway

Twisted Book Ramblings

The Ways We Follow
by L. Salt
Genre: Futuristic Urban Drama
 
St. Petersburg, Russia, 20XX.
Four best friends, young, talented and ambitious try to find their own way
in a reality where people can’t speak and even think freely.
Laura Danco is a young talented designer who returns to the city after
studying and working in the UK. Friends tell Laura about new
controlling institution, the Department of Censorship. All media
sources are under control, government opposition is destroyed
completely, minorities are under threat. Everyone who resists is
obliterated.
Laura tries to live an ordinary life of every young
person in a big city–friends, relationships, travels,
parties…Everything is changing when a reputable design company
employs her as an assistant to a dangerously attractive, scandalous
architect and designer, Daniel Polanskiy, whose ambitious and
outstanding projects don’t comply with the government views and its
dictated taste. Daniel’s colleagues believe he is insane, the press
calls him “Russian…

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The Ways We Follow Book Tour

My book blog tour is still up and running. Don’t miss a chance to learn more about me and my book and win a giveaway!!

James Quinlan Meservy - Author

The Ways We Follow
by L. Salt
Genre: Futuristic Urban Drama
St. Petersburg, Russia, 20XX.
Four best friends, young, talented and ambitious try to find their own way
in a reality where people can’t speak and even think freely.
Laura Danco is a young talented designer who returns to the city after
studying and working in the UK. Friends tell Laura about new
controlling institution, the Department of Censorship. All media
sources are under control, government opposition is destroyed
completely, minorities are under threat. Everyone who resists is
obliterated.
Laura tries to live an ordinary life of every young
person in a big city–friends, relationships, travels,
parties…Everything is changing when a reputable design company
employs her as an assistant to a dangerously attractive, scandalous
architect and designer, Daniel Polanskiy, whose ambitious and
outstanding projects don’t comply with the government views and its
dictated taste. Daniel’s colleagues believe he is insane…

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L. Salt

My interview for Kris Wampler’s blog. Read about my new and upcoming releases, my works in progress, and my journey to publication.

Kris Wampler

48423891_2216658588547692_5358765205557870592_nL. Salt has used social media to build her audience.  Learn why she prefers a small traditional publisher over self-publishing.

1. Tell me briefly about your latest book – what is it about and what motivated you to write it?

My latest book is Legacy of the Iron Eagle. It’s a thriller/mystery novella with some elements of history and suspense. The main character, Philip Rutkowski, son of a Polish immigrant, “enjoys” all the benefits of big city life: a boring, routine office job; the everyday long commute; a massive mortgage; and rare nights out with a few friends. Everything changes for Philip when his colleague and best friend, David Zilberschlag, gives him a vintage mirror to help decorate his new apartment. The mirror belonged to David’s deceased granddad, a Holocaust survivor, who believed that the mirror hides dark secrets from the past. When Philip continues to see visions of…

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Tour – The Ways We Follow

The book tour is still up and running. So don’t miss a chance to win a giveaway and a copy of my e-book.

Tracie's World Of Books

The Ways We Follow
by L. Salt
Genre: Futuristic Urban Drama
St. Petersburg, Russia, 20XX.
Four best friends, young, talented and ambitious try to find their own way
in a reality where people can’t speak and even think freely.
Laura Danco is a young talented designer who returns to the city after
studying and working in the UK. Friends tell Laura about new
controlling institution, the Department of Censorship. All media
sources are under control, government opposition is destroyed
completely, minorities are under threat. Everyone who resists is
obliterated.
Laura tries to live an ordinary life of every young
person in a big city–friends, relationships, travels,
parties…Everything is changing when a reputable design company
employs her as an assistant to a dangerously attractive, scandalous
architect and designer, Daniel Polanskiy, whose ambitious and
outstanding projects don’t comply with the government views and its
dictated taste. Daniel’s colleagues believe he is insane…

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1/11 January #BRVL Blog Tour Author Spotlight – L Salt

Thank you, Virginia, for hosting my upcoming release on your blog today.

Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

This January Blog Tour is being hosted on Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

#BRVLBlogTour #AuthorSpotight

SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM L. Salt

Thank you for your interest in my books. I hope you’ll find your next read here today…

Legacy of the Iron Eagle By L. Salt

Blurb

London, 2010 Philip Rutkowski, a son of a Polish immigrant, “enjoys” all the benefits of big city life—a boring, routine office job, the everyday long commute, a massive mortgage, and rare nights out with a few friends. Everything changes for Philip, when his colleague and best friend, David Zilberschlag, gives him a vintage mirror to help his friend to decorate his newly-bought apartment. The mirror belonged to David’s deceased granddad, a Holocaust’s survivor, who believed that the mirror hides some dark secrets from the past. Both friends don’t believe in old man’s “fairy tales”, but when Philip continues to see visions of a German…

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The Ways We Follow – Book Tour and Giveaway

Happy New Year, guys! I hope you all had amazing Christmas/New Year holidays and enjoyed them with your family and friends.
These fist days of 2019 have been extremely busy for me and started from the great news.

One of my books are on the blog tour, organised by Silver Dagger Blog tour. It will running for the whole month! I’ll be sharing some of the stops from time to time, so don’t miss a chance to know more about my novel, “The Ways We Follow”, and win a giveaway.
Good luck, guys!!

And our first stop is….This amazing, fairy tale’s blog…A Pinch of Bookdust.

A Pinch of Bookdust

The Ways We Follow
by L. Salt
Genre: Futuristic Urban Drama
 
St. Petersburg, Russia, 20XX.
Four best friends, young, talented and ambitious try to find their own way
in a reality where people can’t speak and even think freely.
Laura Danco is a young talented designer who returns to the city after
studying and working in the UK. Friends tell Laura about new
controlling institution, the Department of Censorship. All media
sources are under control, government opposition is destroyed
completely, minorities are under threat. Everyone who resists is
obliterated.
Laura tries to live an ordinary life of every young
person in a big city–friends, relationships, travels,
parties…Everything is changing when a reputable design company
employs her as an assistant to a dangerously attractive, scandalous
architect and designer, Daniel Polanskiy, whose ambitious and
outstanding projects don’t comply with the government views and its
dictated taste. Daniel’s colleagues believe he is insane, the press
calls him “Russian…

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