An Interview!

Another weekend breezed by far too fast, but my good Monday morning news is that in one of today’s stops on the Very Superstitious Blog Tour, I’m being interviewed over on Library of a Book Witch. It was lots of fun, and I’m still trying to get used to the idea that someone wants to interview me, and that other people might want to read it! You can check out the review and my interview here. Be sure to enter to win the Month9Books giveaway!

A big thanks to Jen for hosting me on her fantastic blog!

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Guest Blogging

Happy Sunday!

On this chilly fall morning, I am hunkered under a blanket trying to stay warm, but my typing fingers have found the power to emerge long enough to type these few words, because I have to share my excitement! I have a guest post over on A Dream Within A Dream blog, which is today’s stop on the Very Superstitious blog tour. A big thank you to Stephanie for hosting me! Head on over and check out my thoughts on inspiration. You can find it here.

Very Superstitious is a charity anthology from Month9Books to benefit SPCA International, and I am proud to be included among such talented authors to benefit a great cause! You can get your copy at Amazon or Kobo.

Late to the Game

Hello, evening! Where did the day go? It’s been a busy day off for me, full of running errands and volunteering at my son’s elementary school (vision screenings of third graders can fill a day like nobody’s business!). So I am a bit late to blogging, today.

The Very Superstitious blog tour continues, with a great review over on the Writer’s Alley blog. Check it out here!

And if you haven’t picked up a copy, you can grab one right here. Proceeds benefit SPCA International!

Sorry to be so brief, but it is rather frigid here in Wisconsin and I must return to my pseudo-hibernation beneath a pile of blankets.

Anthology Launch

The day has arrived! I am now, officially, a published author!

My publisher, Month9Books, has released this year’s charity anthology, Very Superstitious: Myths, Legends and Tales of Superstition, which benefits SPCA International. My short story, Midhalla, is a creepy twist on the superstition surrounding opening umbrellas indoors.

It is a pleasure to be a part of an anthology that benefits a good cause, and to be included among the works of such fantastic authors!

And I’m published! Hooray!

So grab your copy today, and check out today’s stop on the blog tour, which can be found here.

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T-Minus One!

One week from today, I will be a published author! My short story, Midhalla, is part of this year’s Month9Books annual charity anthology, which releases October 15th. Proceeds from this year’s anthology, Very Superstitious: Myths, Legends and Tales of Superstition, will benefit SPCA International. 

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Head on over to Chapter by Chapter to check out the blog tour schedule! You can find it here.

One more week! And two more months until my debut novel, Life, A.D. hits the shelves!

 

 

Hop on the Blog Train!

So here’s the latest thing in my orbit: blog tours.

Very Superstitious: Myths, Legends and Tales of Superstition, my publisher’s annual charity anthology, is about to be released. This means the contributing authors (including me!) are gearing up for the promotional blog tour.

This is all brand new territory to me. And it’s so cool! But it’s kind of weird, too. I mean, the guest blogging part, I get. It’s not a huge leap to go from the sporadic blogging of which I partake to a guest post on an awesome blog (or two).

However, a few nights ago I received my first interview questions. And that’s the weird part; the part I’m still trying to wrap my brain around. Someone wants to interview me, and other people will (presumably) want to read it.

So now I have to try and be interesting. I will do my best.

I have to tell you, it’s pretty cool being the wide-eyed optimist, seeing the publishing world for the first time. Granted, being the successful, veteran author sounds extremely appealing, but I am content to enjoy the ride that is new-authordom, and take in all the sights.

Stay tuned, and be sure to add Very Superstitious to your “want to read” shelf on Goodreads! This year, the anthology benefits SPCA International.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18157997-very-superstitious

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