A Scrapbooking Convention
If you haven’t seen my posts about The Iron Writer Challenge, it’s a weekly flash fiction contest that pits 4 writers against each other, having 4 days to write 500 words using 4 prompts (see above).
My entry is called “Nuclear Wessels”. Please do go read the stories, they’re all good, and if you like mine the best, I’d appreciate your vote!
If YOU want to be in on the fun, sign up for another Challenge:
Join me on the last stop of the Sinking Down blog tour: Come Selahway With Me. I’ve written a blog about how stories can grow organically around the simplest of writing prompts, the dare!
What a fun post! Sheila Deeth asked for a post on the artwork of Sinking Down, and I decided to compare and contrast my initial whiteboard concept sketches with Bonnie Wasson’s finished professional artwork. Go take a look!
It’s true, there was only ever going to be Four ’til Late, and then I had a dream one summer night. That dream was the seed for Sinking Down, which led to Me and the Devil and Blue Spirit and its sequels.
Read all about it at Armand Rosamilia’s blog!
My virtual blog tour continues today at A Book Vacation, where I talk about how putting myself in character and worldbuilding in roleplaying games made me the kind of writer I am today.
This was the most difficult of the guest blogs on this tour. I was asked by Jess of Jess Resides Here to interview one of my characters, and since I’d already interviewed Gonzo and Lizzie, I decided to give myself a challenge. I sat down in a holding cell with the villain of the piece, Larry Fisher. And he did not appreciate the company:
WOW! Head on over to fuonlyknew ~ Laura’s Ramblins and Reviews – she gave my first two Road Ghosts books 5 stars each! I am so excited!