Guest Post: Chris Dietzel and Lessons Learned in Writing

I’m excited to welcome Chris Dietzel, fellow Science Fiction author, to my blog. I met Chris online and we have followed each other on various sites, and chatted about all things writing. Chris hosted me on his site a few weeks ago and I’m thrilled to have him here today to promote his fourth book,The…

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Interview #3: Stephen

In the concluding interview, I talk to Stephen, a member of the Indigene race that lives on Exilon 5. If you didn’t catch the other interviews, you can do so here: Bill and Laura Interview #1 Charles Deighton Interview #2 Interview #3 Bill Taggart has arranged for one of the Indigenes named Stephen to do…

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Interview #2: Charles Deighton

I’m continuing on with my trio of interviews. This week, in my second interview, I speak to Charles Deighton, the main antagonist in the Exilon 5 Trilogy. If you didn’t catch Bill and Laura’s interview, you can read it here. Interview #2 I’m whispering to my producer, because I have secured an interview with one…

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Interview #1: Bill and Laura

Hey all. I’ve been a bit quiet over the last few weeks. Crimson Dawn, the third book in my trilogy, was published and, while I didn’t officially launch the book, I’ve been busy preparing my new novella for editing. I’ve been trying something different with this ‘launch’ in that I didn’t do a blog tour…

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'My Writing Process' Blog Tour

This week, I’m excited to be part of the ‘My Writing Process’ blog tour after having been invited by alternate history author, Alison Morton. Her books are amazing! To find out more about Alison, visit http:www.alison-morton.com As part of the tour, I was asked to answer the following questions. 1) What am I working on?…

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Sci-Festival Rounds Out With Hugh Howey

As you know, I was over on Chele Cooke’s blog this month participating in the Sci-Festival. Chele is rounding out the interviews with none other than Hugh Howey. And guess what? There’s a chance to win a copy of his latest book called SAND. January has been a wonderful month for me, despite being busy…

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Sci Fi Festival – New Authors, Lots of Prizes!

Today, I’m over on the lovely Chele Cooke’s blog where Chele is running a Sci Fi Festival for the whole of January. Each week in January, Chele will be posting several interviews with science fiction and/or fantasy authors. There will be competitions. The first week featured four authors: Natalie Buske Thomas, Karen Myers, John Thornton…

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Guest Post Laurence O'Bryan: The Themes of the Manhattan Puzzle

I am pleased to welcome Laurence O’Bryan, successful author of The Puzzles series. Laurence has sold a ridiculous amount of books (my hat is off to you, sir!) and has amassed a huge Twitter following of 48,000 people (and counting). Now, if that doesn’t tell you this book is worth checking out, I don’t know…

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Interview: R.A. Stephenson, Author of Collapse

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Today I welcome Richard (R.A.) Stephenson to my blog. Richard is the author of the ‘New America’ Series. Book 1, Collapse, was published back in July 2012. America is falling, ready to join the Roman Empire as a distant memory in the annals of history. The year is 2027. Tired and desperate, the American people…

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Interview with Author, Michelle Cohen Corasanti

I’m delighted to welcome Michelle Cohen Corasanti, author of The Almond Tree. Michelle’s book is inspiring, harrowing, thoughtful. It also deals with a highly sensitive subject, the continuing war between Israelis and Palestinians. In Europe, the war in this region has been headline news for quite some time. I am familiar with the topic, but…

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