{Exclusive Book Blast~Part 1} Author Michele Barrow-Belisle

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{Exclusive Book Blast~Part 1} Author  Michele Barrow-Belisle

by Michele Barrow-Belisle
(Website, Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads)

Every Thursday during the month of November, A Leisure Moment will feature Author Michele Barrow-Belisle.  She is busy with a newly released book and a trilogy that is about to make the big screen.  If you missed this casual conversation about a year ago, here it is again.  Be sure to check out the great giveaway she is hosting and check by here next week for more exclusive happenings.  Enjoy!



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A Casual Conversation With Michele Barrow-Belisle


Teaser Trailer for FIRE & ICE (Faerie Song Trilogy Book 1) Teen Fantasy Romance Novel Book Series


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About Michele Barrow-Belisle

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Michele Barrow-Belisle is chocoholic author and artist living in southern Ontario, Canada with her super-sweet husband, brilliant son and a ridiculously affectionate cat. Often told by teachers to stop dreaming and get her head out of the clouds, Michele still spends much of her time lost in make-believe worlds, populated with fascinating and occasionally terrifying characters. Her passion for fantasy extends beyond her writing into her clay figure sculpt-ing, creating miniaturized replicas of the paranormal beings she writes about. Michele is as passionate about reading as she is about writing. When she’s not reading or writing, she can be found sculpting tiny fairy desserts in polymer clay. She also loves mocha lattes and watching fireflies at twilight. Did we mention she loves chocolate?

7 Responses to “{Exclusive Book Blast~Part 1} Author Michele Barrow-Belisle”

  1. Patricia Walker

    Book to movie/tv combo choice is a difficult one as there have been so many! I love period drama and think that the best ones come from the classics like the Jane Austen books. My favourite of these particular ones has to be Pride and Prejudice

  2. Mary Preston

    I have to say LONESOME DOVE. The book is superb, but so is the mini series.

  3. Janie McGaugh

    It’s a toss-up between the Harry Potter series and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

  4. Victoria

    I’d have to say The Count of Monte Cristo… I loooved the book and I think the casting and acting in the movie was perfect.

  5. Sue A.

    The books by Laura Ingalls Wilder and the TV series and movies of the Little House on the Prairie offers years of heart warming entertainment in my childhood and beyond.