Are you ready for it? No hiding behind the couch.
Today Angeline Trevena is stopping to show off the cover to her new adult horror novel, The Bottle Stopper. I must say, I think the cover is brilliant. It looks so innocent. How could anything scary happen? Those are the worst kinds of scares. The ones you don't expect.
Are you ready for it? No hiding behind the couch.
Today I have the pleasure of having Tara Tyler and the cover of her upcoming novel Simulation. She's going to share some words of wisdom. After you chew on them, don't forget to check out Pop Travel. It will give us something to read while waiting for Simulation to release.
Some writers try to follow the latest fad to get published. I say listen to your heart. Your heart will produce the best work and you can't force it.
It is official! The Path of Angels series is complete. And since I was visiting my grandma this weekend, I almost forgot about it. If not for checking my email before going to bed, I would have forgotten to post this.
Every time I finish a story, whether it be a first draft or published, there is a surreal moment. I actually did it. I completed what I set out to do. Like with each book, I learned something new, made different mistakes, and generally had an awesome time.
Gabriel is 99cents at Amazon. If you haven't read Michael, now's your chance. He's free for today. Of course, then you'll have to grab Zadekiel and Jophiel before reading Gabriel.
I want to say thanks for being with me on this journey. I'm going to sit back and relax, and try not to hit refresh on the sales page too much.
Often, objects lead us to memories.
The objects we hold most dear, harbor the most cherished memories.
For the CHERISHED Blogfest, we invite you to talk to us about one of your cherished objects. Tell us what it is, post a picture of it if you like, and tell us why you cherish it.
Hosted by Dan Antion, Paul Ruddock, Peter Nena, Sharukh Bamboat, and Daily (W)rite.
I have a lot of favorite characters in this series. I loved Lake to death and Zephyr is definitely a favorite. Alexander and Charlie were fun to write too. Even if Charlie doesn't speak. She was a challenge to write how she communicates without being too repetitious.
Charlie and Alexander made a cute little family in my opinion. They love each other dearly. Out of the series, my favorite character introduction scene is this one.
Guest post by L.G. Keltner
I’d like to thank Patricia Lynne for letting me stop by today! Here I am on the final day of my blog tour! It’s hard to believe it’s over already!
Today I have a character interview for you. I’m not the one doing the interview, though. Instead I’d like to share a college interview with you. It’ll help you get an idea of the kind of world this character lives in.
Excerpt from Interview Transcript
Subject: Lassandra Rouke
Date: March 2, 2071
Interview conducted by Agent Timothy Brinks
Last month, I really slacked off on keeping updated with #WriteMotivation. I had a bunch of guest posts and I didn't want to take the spotlight off of them, so I let it slide. I was working, but not posting updates really made me feel like I wasn't doing anything.
With July being halfway done already, I thought it'd be a great time to look over my goals and see how I'm doing.
This time around, Path of Angels teasers are going to be on Mondays. I have some guest posts and other posts scheduled for Friday, so I opted to swap tormenting you to Mondays.
Because why not make Mondays even more evil? >8D
Like the other times (minus Jophiel because I forgot to do it. SORRY JOE!) I'll start with the opening scene to Gabriel. (Watch out, Gabe has a potty mouth. ^_~
But before we get to the teaser, you should totally sign up to help with release day.
Guest post by Gregory E. Bray
The main reason I write is because I’m having fun doing it. Writing is a way for me to get all these visions out of my head and onto paper.
I didn’t intend to be a writer. I was a film major in college. About 6 years ago I had this cartoon stuck in my head about a boy becoming his pet’s pet. That became my first book, “The Tail of a Boy Named Harvey.” I wrote it out as a script in hopes of someone animating it.
It's time for the Insecure Writer's Support Group again. IWSG is posted the first Wednesday of every month. It is the brain child of Ninja Captain Alex J. Cavanaugh. Get your fears and insecurities out or give words of encouragement. We're writers, let's support each other!
This month's co-hosts are Charity Bradford, S.A. Larsen, AJ Lauer, Tamara Narayan, Allison Gammons, and Tanya Miranda. Visit them and say hi.
I'm feeling pretty good this month. The last book in Path of Angels is scheduled to be released at the end of the month (sign ups are here), I have my goals outlined, and I'm almost ready for the holiday weekend. As usual, I have a vendor spot in my hometown festival. It's outside, so hopefully, it will be sunny and warm. This year I remembered to order books in time and I have a new idea I'll be trying out. More on that another day.
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