Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Jolyn Palliata: Twists of Fate

Did you ever get a song stuck in your head? Or part of one? How did you get it out? Did you avoid the song at all costs in the blind hope it would stop hammering you into submission? Or did you listen to the song over, and over, and over, until you were so obsessed that all you could think about was that delicious, devilish little laugh….er, what was I saying? (Right. Song stuck in my head. Ahh...I mean, your head.) Now, I know this has happened to every person reading this post, so I’m hoping you’ll relate to my little story here.

Let me give you some background. In October, I released Connected (Twists of Fate #1), and here’s a brief description of the story: A rock group’s rhythm guitarist, Rhys Alexander, dies and finds himself bound inside the body of a woman he’s never met. Can she help him move on to the other side, or will he end up finding the love of his life…after his has already ended?

For a time, I had this for free on Wattpad (where I posted as I wrote it). And several readers asked me how in the world I came up with the concept. The short answer was ‘By taking the longest route possible.’ The more involved answer is this…

It all started with a song—Imagine that, huh?—which began with a synthesized-sounding guitar and a sinful, maniacal laugh that made my gut quiver. (Yes, I do realize this may be an issue I need to fully address later.) It was Disturbed’s Inside The Fire. Add a little Framing Hanley (with that oh-so-sexy voice), and Tavion, lead singer of the band Persevere, was born. And what kind of woman would knock a strapping rock star to his knees? Why, a best-selling author, of course.

So here I had two people who worked in the entertainment industry, but were worlds apart. What could possibly bring them together? The answer seemed so simple, really: Fate. Then my next thought was “What if Fate was a living, sometimes-breathing, entity? What an interesting point-of-view that would be!” And it spiraled from there. I dug deep into the protag, Devan (the name of the girl in Disturbed’s song), and put pieces of me and my personality into the mix. Naturally, then I had to mock myself and my works along the way. (i.e., Suddenly Impending Reprisals became Devan’s masterpiece, and guess what…it made it all the way to the NYT Bestsellers list! Way to go, Devan!!)

Now, the question was ‘What inspired me to write Connected,’ and so far, I’m telling you how I started writing Twisted (Book 2). Yeah, well, I’m getting there. (Remember how I said it was the longest route possible?)

So there I was, writing Twisted and having a hell of a time. And then the unthinkable happened (insert suspenseful music here)…I got writer’s block. I’m talking a stint of writer’s block that could only have originated from the deepest, most vile and sulfuric, bowels of Hell. And, man, was it stubborn! Over a year went by before I picked it up again, and even then it wasn’t because I came up with a grand master plan, or that my head was swimming with ideas. No. It was simply because I missed my characters. So I started to reread/revise/edit the 30K words I had written, hoping it would shake something loose. Enter: two new inspirations.

The first was the Demonica series by Larissa Ione. In the series, paired up mates can sense each other’s emotions and I got to wondering “What would that be like?”

The next piece of inspiration came from Avenged Sevenfold (A7X). I was studying up on rock bands for Twisted (and can A7X ever ROCK!!), and checking out the band members (*drool*) and it inspired a new character—Rhys.

From Ione and A7X blossomed Connected (finally!) where Rhys’ spirit was stuck inside Addison (my protag), and they could sense each other’s emotions.

But I had one problem. I absolutely refused to walk away from Twisted again. Soooo…how could I use this? Well, first of all, Rhys couldn’t be a lead singer since that’s what Tavion is. And secondly, I wanted this to be a fast-hitting novella used to compliment Twisted’s story. What I needed was a supporting member of the band... Hello, Rhys, my luscious rhythm guitarist!

But then I had another problem. (Because I needed more, right?) I couldn’t picture Rhys in Tavion’s band, Persevere, which is a more mature, established group. No, he belonged with some just-making-it-big band that wasn’t afraid to play with the formula, to take chances, and was just enjoying the ride and what life had to offer. He belonged with the guys of Black Codex.

Then problem #3: How did Black Codex and Persevere tie in to each other? I mean, if Connected leads into Twisted, they have to know each other somehow, right? Well, as luck would have it, they’re all friends. (Who knew?!) Eh, okay, so actually two members from Black Codex are brothers and they grew up with a guy from Persevere, so, by association, they became friends. (It’s all in the details, right?) ;)

All right. Now what? I didn’t want to introduce Fate (my sassy, capricious entity) in Connected even though he’s definitely hard at work behind the scenes. It would’ve been too distracting from the plot, and I had plenty to maneuver already! (Hello…dead rock star stuck in some chicks head!!) So what I did was plot Connected so it all occurs during the same timeframe as the first half of Twisted. Perfect! Then when people read Twisted, they’ll get all the behind-the-scenes-extras that were going on in Connected that either: 1) I didn’t have time for, or 2) I couldn’t smoothly transition in.

At the end of my long-ass journey, not only did I have Connected, but I shook myself loose on Twisted…aaand came up with storylines for the other eight band members. (I’ll spare you the details on those. LOL) Thusly, the Twists of Fate series was born.

So, let me ask you again: Did you ever get a song stuck in your head…?

You can find more juicy tidbits on the Twists of Fate series at my website or the Twists of Fate Facebook page.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Happy Reading in 2012!

Happy Holidays!

Did you get that ereader you wanted?  Have you figured out how to use it yet?  I was surprised how easy it was to get in the swing of things.

Mr R gave me a Kindle last spring.  I thought I wouldn't like it but after about fifteen minutes, I was a dyed-in-the-wool ebook fan.  The convenience, the adjustable font, the space savings, the easy reading--yes, I'm a convert for sure!  And I loved it so much, I gave my daughter one for her birthday, and now my grandson for his birthday--with a gift certificate for Christmas. :)

There are tons of great buys right now, so if you have a new ereader, you're in for a treat.  My books are on special, too!  So of course I'd love for you to try one.  These books are available in print, too.

Much Ado About Marshals

Like romance? Love stories about the old west? Want a dreamy cowboy to cuddle up and read about? Then this is the book for you.  ~~My Eclectic Bookshelf, 5 dragonflies

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Daisy Gardner wants to be a detective just like dime novel heroine Honey Beaulieu.  To her delight, her sister shot a bank robber and he got away, so now she even has a crime to solve. But her parents insist she marry a man whose farm is miles from town.  She can't solve crimes stuck out there. What better solution than to marry the new marshal!

Rancher Cole Richards saves his friend from robbing a bank, but is shot for his efforts, and now is a wanted man.  His friend takes him to Oreana to see the doc, where Cole's mistaken for the new marshal.  Now he faces a dilemma few men have to face--tell the truth and hang, or live a lie and end up married. Either way could cost him his freedom.

Faery Merry Christmas

Romance has gone awry in Faeryshire.Who would've thought Mr. and Mrs. Claus's daughter would be "on the shelf"? Yep, Cheshya's all a'flutter because her 2,000th birthday, the last day she's eligible to take a mate, is on Christmas, only four days away, but Liam of the Red Clan, the only man she has ever wanted is otherwise occupied . . .

Terra Humanus in 1956: carhops on roller skates, the submarine races, a pink Nash Metropolitan, Lucky Strikes, Little Richard, and the Shoreline Sharks Baseball Club starring ace pitcher Liam Stone.

For the past five years, Liam of the Red Clan has lived in Terra Humanus, pitching for the Shoreline Sharks and obsessed with signing as a major league pitcher with the Cincinnati Reds. The faery queen sends Cheshya to help him achieve his goal, but in signing with the Reds, will he lose out on his true heart's desire?

What will it take to make a Faery Merry Christmas?

"What faery fun! A winsome sprite's barely still-ticking time clock. Mayhem in the land of Claus. And the man who could wave just the right magic wand obsessed with baseball. A Christmas story to cuddle up with--and keep you really warm." Stella Cameron, NYT Best-selling Author

You can find my other award-winning books at my website:

Happy Reading in 2012!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Winter Festivities in the Old West

by Jacquie Rogers
Yule Brings Celebration For All

The snow blows nearly sideways as it blankets the range. Ranch hands hunker down in their saddles, scarves over their ears and their Stetsons protecting them from the fierce wind. They dream of a warm fire and hot buttered rum. But they have livestock to save from freezing and starvation, so they ride on.

It's Christmas on the open range. Miserable for man and beast. But it isn't just another day at the office, so to speak. They whittle gifts for one another, sing a few carols as they sit around the campfire warming their hands and feet. Cook gives them a hot meal--the finest beans with maybe some meat thrown in. And with a little luck, Cook would bake an apple pie. Life couldn't be better and they thank their lucky stars for a sound horse and solid tack.

(Yes, I know these cattle are a modern breed and very fat, but it's the only picture I could find.)

Ahavath Beth Israel Congregation

Chanukkah in the mines

It's the 1860's in Silver City, Idaho. The Festival of Lights has been celebrated in the West since the beginning of frontier settlement, but not like their counterparts back East who have a warm and dry place to worship with their families. A menorah can be lit anywhere, and the Jewish silver miners do just that. They pray, play a little dreidel, and think a lot of home.

The picture to the left is the oldest continuously used synagogue west of the Mississippi. It's located in Boise, Idaho, and was built in 1896 by the Beth Israel congregation, now called the Ahavath Beth Israel congregation. Very beautiful.

Christmas on the farm

Everyone has chores to do every day. Cows needs milked, livestock needs watered and fed, eggs need gathered, and the barnyard needs to be tidied (to use a gentile term). So after the chores are done, the family can gather together and celebrate Christmas with what meager resources they have. If they don't have evergreen trees to spare, they might decorate a sagebrush with popcorn and berries. They make ornaments with precious bits of paper and scraps of cloth. Peach tins make nice ornaments, too, and they shine in the firelight.

1876 Christmas, Harper's Weekly

Their celebration might be more humble than those in the eastern cities, but they have a grand time, nevertheless. The women cook for days. They're resourceful and whatever they have available will do for a fine pie or stew. The Christmas feast could consist of chicken, venison, or maybe a ham, along with homemade rolls, freshly churned butter, potatoes and gravy, and pies--maybe one made with dried apples and a vinegar pie. Each family member has made modest gifts for the others and even the smallest child has labored over precious gifts--maybe a drawing or a doll made of sticks. They sing carols, maybe read the Bible, and if they're close enough to town, maybe even go to church.

For most Christian families, Christmas is a day for family togetherness and to show their love and appreciation for one another, as well as celebrating the religious aspect of the holy day.

Christmas for Outlaws, Gunslingers, and Cyprians

The saloon owner brings small gifts for the working ladies, the bartender, the resident gambler, and a few of the regulars. A few cowpunchers bring gifts for their favorite girl. They might have a nice meal together before they open for business, and even then, the customers are few. It's one night they can relax.

Happy Holidays to Everyone!

My gift to you: send a message to jacquierogers @ gmail.com (no spaces) and let me know which book you'd like, Faery Merry Christmas or Much Ado About Marshals and I'll send you a Smashwords coupon for a free book.  Offer ends 10pm Pacific Time, December 19th.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Quantum Physics and the Art of Overcoming Despair

by Craig Lancaster
Copyright © 2011 Craig Lancaster

After I finished my second novel, The Summer Son, and delivered it to the publisher, I did what I usually do at the conclusion of a big writing project: I took a deep breath, and I kept writing.

The difference, this time, is that I didn’t embark on one of the myriad ideas I had for another novel. I found myself drawn to short stories, something I’d pursued only haltingly before. I wrote stories about lost and lonely men and women, people pushed to the margins of society and their own lives: among them a traveling salesman consigned to a late-night bus ride; a teenage girl running from abuse in her hometown and falling into the indifference of a larger city; a newspaperman in a crisis of career and confidence; a basketball coach who, to borrow the words of the great Neil Finn, lost his regard for the good things that he had.

For nearly a year, the stories poured out. They weren’t consciously linked in time or in theme, but they were bound by one thing that I found impossible to escape: my own state of mind. My marriage was unraveling. I had learned, after a lifetime of veering between troughs of depression and soaring heights of manic energy, that I have a form of bipolar disorder. (I’ve also learned about the liberation that comes with finding a way to raise the floor and lower the ceiling, emotionally speaking.) My means of coping with the turmoil in my life was to sit at my writing desk and find a path through my own thoughts, exorcising my fears and my insecurities.

Craig Lancaster, author
The result is Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure, a collection of ten short stories with perhaps the most inscrutable title I’ll ever choose. (My promise to you: There are no actual quantum physics involved, and the meaning of the title will become clear enough when you read the book.) Some of the stories appeared elsewhere first: “Cruelty to Animals,” a tale of badly mismatched lovers, was in the Spring 2011 issue of Montana Quarterly. Three of them—“This Is Butte. You Have Ten Minutes,” “Alyssa Alights,” and “Star of the North”—were originally bundled into e-book form. And the last and most hopeful story, “Comfort and Joy,” was written last December and sold for a dollar, the net proceeds of which I donated to Feed America.

While all of this was happening, I was also getting my publishing company, Missouri Breaks Press, off the ground. The first book I did, Carol Buchanan’s Gold Under Ice, was a Spur Award finalist. In July 2011, I collaborated with my colleague Ed Kemmick to bring out The Big Sky, By and By, a collection of Ed’s essays and stories about Montana people and places. The success of those books helped give me the confidence to bring out Quantum Physics under my own banner—not so much because I’m an ardent self-publisher but because my autodidactic tendencies compel me to explore this business from every possible angle. A collection of short stories, which most publishers shy away from on marketing grounds, seemed like the right project to take on. I hired the best editor I know, Jim Thomsen, and he helped me deliver a book that I’m intensely proud of.

I hope you’ll give it a look. It’s available in trade paperback ($14) and e-book versions for a damned sporting price ($1.99). Links: Kindle, Nook.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Grandma's Guaranteed-to-put-you-in-a-sugar-coma Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread

Faery Merry Christmas
Oven: 350 degrees

3½ cups flour
3 cups sugar
1½ tsp salt
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg

4 eggs
2½ cups pumpkin
1 cup cooking oil
2/3 cup water

1 cup pecans

Grease and flour 2 loaf pans (I prefer parchment paper)

Sift dry ingredients and mix
Stir in liquid ingredients
Stir in nuts
Pour into loaf pans
Let sit 30 minutes

Bake for 60 minutes.
Cool for 10 minutes before removing from pan (or it will fall apart)

Eat and enjoy! But be ready to dial 911 when your head buzzes off from the sugar rush. :)

Happy Holidays!

Friday, November 25, 2011

Black Friday Blog Hop: KINDLE FIRE and 23 Books!

The Black Friday Blog Hop is all about shopping tips. Uh, but...

I don't shop!

Not even for groceries. Not if I can help it. Online shopping is my friend—parking is always great, comparison shopping takes minutes instead of hours, there are no long lines, and best of all, I can...

shop in my jammies.

So this blog is for all you who would rather sleep in your nice comfy bed while everyone else is braving the elements and hostile forces (other shoppers) for those nifty Black Friday specials—the newspaper advertisements nearly filling my recycle bin.

My family members know if they don’t have an Amazon Wish List, they might get a polka-dotted zebra table cloth or some such a thing. Whatever I see that’s fast and cheap, I buy for them. Wish lists are great—pick something and send it to them. You know it’s something they want or can use, and won’t hide it in the attic except for when you come over. My relatives know they’d better pick something that’s eligible for Amazon Prime, too.

But mostly I buy books. Here’s a great deal for you: the print version of Faery Special Romances (a great Christmas gift for romance lovers from age 14 to 114) is now on sale at Amazon! Regularly priced at $13.45, it’s now on sale for only $2.38!!! That’s for a print book. And you can buy the Kindle version for just $1.99. Can’t go wrong there.

If you love Christmas stories, try Faery Merry Christmas—only 99¢ for the Kindle version. It’s a fun, feel-good story. The print version is available for $8.95.

Since Mr R gave me a Kindle last summer, I buy ebooks. Funny thing about ebooks and pricing—they can be really expensive and it’s a mystery why some publishers charge so much. Because I’m a readaholic, I love to find a great book at a bargain price.

That’s why my first western historical romance, Much Ado About Marshals, is only 99¢ on Kindle. If you want to buy it at Smashwords for 99¢, send a message to jacquierogers @ gmail.com (no spaces) and I’ll send you a coupon. The trade paperback version is absolutely gorgeous thanks to cover designer Deborah MacGillivray and cover model Kyle Walker. It’s also a great gift for romance or western readers. The price is $13.99, but for this blog hop, I’m offering a signed copy, personalized to the person you’re gifting, for the same price, $13.99, postage included.

Now, wouldn’t you like to win the
Kindle Fire?

Just comment and you’re entered, plus you could win an autographed copy of Much Ado About Marshals (or a Smashwords coupon for a free copy, if you prefer). Be sure to include your email address or you won't be entered into the drawings.

Where are the other 22 authors? Check out Cassandra Carr’s blog! Scroll down and you'll find links to all the authors' blogs.  Comment on each blog for a total of 23 chances to win that Kindle Fire, plus you can win other free books along the way!

Good luck, and Happy Shopping!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


On Black Friday I'll be joining 22 other authors for a SPECTACULAR blog hop--and of course you can win FREE BOOKS from all of us!  And something to read them with...something grand.  Something I want.  (Be patient, I'll tell you what it is!)

Get holiday shopping tips & deals all day plus great books and...

One random commenter (can be on any of the blogs) will win a

Kindle Fire
along with the prizes below!

Now THAT'S my kind of shopping!
Additional Prizes:
- Cassandra Carr: copy of either of her two current releases, Talk to Me or Head Games

- Kristabel Reed: back list copy of one of her stories and then on her own blog a $10 GC plus a copy of her newest release, Risque, a Regency Menage Tale

- Lucy Felthouse: back list copy of any of her single-title books

- Cari Quinn: back list copy of one of her books

- Leigh Elwood: two back list copies of her books

- Natasha Blackthorne: copies of her two Regency era novellas: Grey’s Lady and Waltz of Seduction

- Amber Kallyn: e-copy of Dragos 1

- Camryn Rhys: Kindle copies of The Barn Dance and Off the Record – Foodie Erotic Romances

- Lissa Matthews: two of her back list books

- Misa Buckley: an e-copy of Ironhaven and To Reach the Dawn

- Lacey Wolfe: a copy of Ambers Muse

- Courtney Sheets: a $25 GC to Ravenous Romance and a copy of Kona Warrior – PDF

- Sara Brookes: an e-copy of one of her back list books

- Cynthia Arsuaga: a copy of an e-book, and on her own blog five book charm book tethers

- Louisa Bacio: .pdf copy of her first book in The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf series, and on her own blog a $10 certificate to Ravenous Romance, and each commenter will also be entered to win a Goody Bag of new Orleans treats

- Malia Mallory: one copy each of The ABC’s of Erotica and Santa’s Back Door Baby

- Cynthia Eden: a copy of Angel of Darkness (either print or digital)

- Carrie Ann Ryan: an e-copy of The Alpha’s Path

- Jacquie Rogers: a Smashwords coupon for Faery Merry Christmas, plus on her own blog, a free copy of Much Ado About Marshals

Wouldn't you love to have all those books?  I would!  So be sure to come back Friday, and also check Cassandra Carr's blog, where you'll get links to all the blog sites.

Saturday, November 19, 2011


Cover model: Kyle Walker

All of you who have been waiting for the print version of Much Ado About Marshals are in luck!  Special thanks to artists David Angell and Peter Baker for their really cool illustrations. So fun! Especially the drawing of the two widows...well, you'd have to see it to know what I mean. Take a look at the Amazon book page and let me know what you think.

About Much Ado About Marshals:

FIVE STARS from Detra Fitch, owner of Huntress Reviews!
"A hilarious, yet romantic, comedy of errors... I grinned. I frowned. I worried. I sighed ... this story grabbed me by the throat, kept me reading long past my bed time, and earned a place of honor upon my Keeper Shelf. Unforgettable! I cannot recommend this title highly enough."

Like romance? Love stories about the old west? Want a dreamy cowboy to cuddle up and read about? Then this is the book for you.
~~My Eclectic Bookshelf, 5 dragonflies

Back cover copy:

Daisy Gardner wants to be a detective just like dime novel heroine Honey Beaulieu. To her delight, her sister shot a bank robber and he got away, so now she even has a crime to solve. But her parents insist she marry a man whose farm is miles from town. She can't solve crimes stuck out there. What better solution than to marry the new marshal!

Rancher Cole Richards saves his friend from robbing a bank, but is shot for his efforts, and now is a wanted man. His friend takes him to Oreana to see the doc, where Cole's mistaken for the new marshal. Now he faces a dilemma few men have to face--tell the truth and hang, or live a lie and end up married. Either way could cost him his freedom.

Sometimes a book practically makes itself and sometimes life gets in the way. I've had a busy, busy year with family and that's why the print book took a couple months longer than we'd all hoped. The cover designer (Deborah Macgillivry) and Melange Publishing were both johnny-on-the-spot. I'm thankful to work with such wonderful people.

Want to more about life in the Old West? Visit Romancing The West

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

News from Camp Rogers

Much Ado About Marshals will be out in print soon!  Melange Publishing is working hard to make that happen.  Yay!  You can read it in ebook at Smashwords and Amazon.

Would you like to read an excerpt?  Thought so.  I posted the first two scenes for you. :)

Want to learn more about Cole Richards, the hero of Much Ado About Marshals?  He wrote his autobiography for me and I posted it.

Other news: The next book in the Much Ado series will be Much Ado About Madams.  It's still in the works--no cover or anything yet.  But it'll be fun!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

The Irresistibly Awesome Blog Award

1) You link the person who sent it to you

Thank you, Meg Mims, writer extraordinaire, talented artist, and .

2) List seven random facts about yourself

1. I love baseball and my first heart's desire was to be a baseball announcer
2. Nothing holds my interest for very long. Except baseball.
3. My day starts with strong, freshly ground coffee. :)
4. It took about 15 minutes to get totally addicted to my Kindle.
5. The passion for writing came later in life (after the kids were on their own).
6. I've written in 16 time periods and three sub-genres of romance, and now I might try YA adventure, too. Why not?
7. I live in the city but I'm a country girl at heart

3) Pass the award on to 10 other awesome blog buddies. (We ran out of coffee this morning, plus Meg already picked some that I would have picked, so I'm tagging 5. )

Eilis Flynn
Amber Scott
SamMarie Ashe
John Klawitter
Karen Michelle Nutt

4) Contact them and let them know

Or it could be a nice surprise. LOL

    Tuesday, April 26, 2011

    Growing Your Audience: For Published, Unpublished & Under-published Authors

    Growing Your Audience:
    For Published, Unpublished & Under-published Authors
    Instructors: Ann Charles and Jacquie Rogers
    May 2 to 27

    The publishing industry is morphing every day, and the internet brings a new dimension to the concept of audience. A shotgun approach worked for decades, but this technique becomes more expensive and less viable every month. Today's bad news: no one will find your readers for you. Today's good news: you have more options than ever in history to build your own fan base. Finding those readers who want to buy your book lets you stop wasting time and money, and instead tailor your marketing and promotion techniques directly to them. In this interactive class, you'll learn:

    • What writers can do to open new doors

    • Reasons and benefits for targeting an audience

    • Innovative audience-building techniques used by online marketers

    • Specific niches to find your potential readers

    • The "Six Thinking Hats" for exploring uncharted possibilities

    • How to approach and build rapport with your audience

    • Making your website "What's In It For Me"-friendly

    The instructors are co-authors of Nail It!: The Secret to Building an Effective Fiction Platform (to be released later this summer), RWA Golden Heart finalists, and co-founders of 1st Turning Point at 1stTurningPoint.com -- where writers teach, share, and learn about promotion and marketing. Ann Charles won the 2010 Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense. Jacquie Rogers won the NOR Award for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Romance and hosts an instructional radio program.

    To register for the May "Growing Your Audience: For Published, Unpublished & Under-published Authors" course, click HERE.

    WriterUniv.com is the go-to place to learn about all aspects of your writing career, from craft to marketing. Take a look at the other courses!

    Sunday, February 6, 2011

    Much Ado About Marshals

    Wow, July 2011 is coming up fast! Why am I so excited? Because my next release, Much Ado About Marshals, will be released mid-July in trade paperback (a month earlier in ebook, I hope!). This book has a fabulous cover. You know it would be fabulous because the multi-talented Deborah Macgillivray is the cover artist. Wanna sneak peek? :)

    With a little luck, I might get the cover model to agree to an interview. Should I?

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