Once again I find myself in that dubious position of looking at the calendar and admitting that I will not be finishing NaNoWriMo this year. To be honest, I am okay with that. I love the idea of National Novel Writing Month, but I don’t need it the way I once did. The idea of NaNoWriMo is to force the budding author to set aside distraction, editing, and all other forms of excuses that keep a novel from being written, … Continue reading →
Well the Blog Tour is over, but it is not too late to take the tour and enter the rafflecopter giveaway. The Rafflecopter will be good until 11/14, so make sure you enter to win. Here is a list of blogs and their links: Finding the Fantastic in Fallen Places – Hosted by C. P. Bialois An Interview by George Sirois NaNoWriMo Preparations – Hosted by AC Elliot A Quick And Dirty Book Review by AJ Beamish Inspiration – Hosted … Continue reading →
Just like that we come to the last guest post of the Apocalypse in the Balance Blog Tour, and today we get another excellent reviews. This time we visit Georgina Hannan for her take on the book and it is a good one. Georgina has not read the first book, so it will definitely give some perspective to those who are worried about picking it up without having read Apocalypse Rising. Tomorrow we’ll have a follow up post and the … Continue reading →
Wow, the blog tour is almost done and what a fun ride it has been. Eleven days worth of guest posts, interviews and book reviews has left me excited and exhausted all at the same time. The experience has left me completely excited about getting the upcoming novella finished so that I can move on to the next book. So why stop the fun today? The very talented Kristy Carey is hosting today’s guest post. I shared some of the … Continue reading →
Man how I love to see those good reviews. Three days in a row on the blog tour saw three great reviews in a row. I’m feeling so pumped about those reviews that I cannot wait to get the next couple of books written, but for now we have to wait and stop at our next guest post hosted by Rachel Bostwick. In today’s post I talk about the first rough draft novel I ever finished called Alone. More specifically … Continue reading →
Shift by Madison Dunn. $8.99 from Smashwords.com I'm not sure why it happens, but when I focus just right, I can slow time. Things around me become lighter somehow, and I almost feel the tiny particles of energy spinning inside of them. The thing is, having the ability to transform the world around you isn't all it's cracked up to be -- especially when you are running from the Valencia without any deodorant.