Author Interview: ME

You may remember, dear reader, that a few weeks back I had a special post about an Author Focus on me hosted by Jess from The Tales Compendium. In case you don't recall, you can see the post here.

Anyway, I discussed on that post the sheer awesomeness of bloggers. And I would like to use this special post to share with you another act of awesomeness that someone did for me.

As you well know, I am also a writer. And I'm working really hard to get my novels published. To view some samples of my work, you can click here.

Well, one day, I received an email from Sasha from Author Stop and Drop. She said that she read my excerpt of Hunter's Moon and that she would like to do an Author Interview on me. Me! Can you imagine? I was so excited that I was practically grinning from ear to ear. Again, this simple act is a testament to the kindness of the blogger community.

To visit the Author Interview, you can click here.

Take the time to explore Author Stop and Drop, too. It's a great new blog. I think you, dear reader, will find something of interest there.

So, anyway, I would like to take this time to thank Sasha for giving me the opportunity to spread the word about my writing through that interview.

I leave you with this question, dear reader: What act of kindness have you done lately, for a fellow blogger or otherwise?

*note, all the words in red (except for the question) are links. ;-)


  1. I am so excited for you! I'm going over to read it right now! Congrats *^^^

  2. Thank you so much, Kathryn. Let me know what you think, okay?

  3. Judging from your reaction, the kindest thing I've done lately is release you from having to finish Never Cry Werewolf. ^_^ Earlier, BookGe3k reacted quite impressively after I passed her a One Lovely Blog award... I honestly didn't think much of it at the time, but now I realize how important it is for young bloggers to cross-promote.

    BTW, I read your Lunar Heat excerpt. It's good writing, but... kinda slow. If I were you, I wouldn't use it for a query- it doesn't scream to me "You want to read more!", and it doesn't give such a great idea of what the story is going to be about. In my WIP, I'm going with the old technique of starting at a major turning point in the plot and flashing back to the beginning starting in chapter 2. It's a bit of a cliche, but that's because it works.

    OF course, what would an unpublished author know? ^_^;;;;

  4. You're right about releasing me from having to finish Never Cry Werewolf. :-)

    And I do trust your judgement when it comes to Lunar Heat. I just had to get into Phoenix's head more, this time around. The chapter moved faster before I edited it, but agents didn't see it as really getting into the character of Phoenix. Kind of weird how that works.


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