It’s been a long while, but I’ve been told that my whiteboard drawings are missed, so I’m going to try to revive Whiteboard Wednesday!
I’m a huge Steven Universe fan, so you’ll probably see characters from that show appear here often enough. Today’s is a sad parting of the adorable couple Ruby and Sapphire. Let’s hope it’s not for long.
Jorie, of Jorie Loves A Story, asked me to do a video interview; she supplied the questions about my Road Ghosts books, and I answered them in a video. Read her wonderful review of my series and see my video at the following link:
Looks like I’m on a whirlwind tour, as I have had a few stops in a short time!
First, I was asked by Sapphyria’s Books to list my top ten “Supernatural” TV episodes. I love that show, so the tough part of that assignment was paring the list down to only 10:
Next, at Book in the Bag, I’m interviewed for their Writer Wednesday feature!
Finally, at Sheila’s Reviews, I had a bit of fun. When authors talk about their characters, they can sound like they’re talking about real people. In this guest blog post, I sit down and have a couple of beers with the main characters of the Road Ghosts Trilogy. And they have awkward questions for me:
Next up on my Road Ghosts blog tour: Jorie Loves a Story! Full disclosure, Jorie and I became friends years ago, partly over a disagreement in how we view vulgarity. And I’ll be the first to admit, the Road Ghosts books contain a lot of swearing. I wil also admit that this discussion with Jorie did change my mind a bit, and I have considered the audience a bit in my choices for dialogue since then.
Anyway, Jorie does give my books a thorough and enthusiastic review, for which I’m very thankful. I hope you enjoy what she has to say about the Road Ghosts as much as I did!
So, here’s my second pit stop on the Seventh Star Press Road Ghosts Omnibus Blog Tour! I was interviewed by DJ of the MYLIFEMYBOOKSMYESCAPE book blog. Check it out!
I’m on a blog tour this week! I’m kicking it off with a behind the scenes look at how my Road Ghosts books came to be, long before there was any thought of a trilogy or an Omnibus. Thanks to my publisher, Seventh Star Press for putting the tour together.
And yes, that’s a deliberate ‘Supernatural’ reference.
Here’s the first blog post, on Beauty in Ruins:
My science fiction / fantasy anthology of short stories, Alien Beer and Other Stories, is finally in ebook form, on the Kindle! You can buy it by itself, or… coming soon, when Amazon links the paperback and Kindle editions as the same book if you buy the paperback on Amazon, you get the ebook free.
More publishing news coming soon…