Thought I’d share some fun book goings-on with myself and other authors today!
Stop by Night Owl Reviews Suspense today where A Human Element is featured and so am I in a fun Author Q&A interview.
I’m also interviewed this month in the Bucks County Women’s Journal, talking about the power of change. Check out pg. 34 in the PDF or pick up locally. A wonderful magazine promoting women’s business and successes. Visit the BCWJ website.
Plus I love waking up to more five-star reviews for A Human Element on Paranormal Romance Guild and Amazon, by a reader who won the book through my Library Thing giveaway and says it’s a “good mix of sci-fi, mystery and romance…this book grabbed and kept my interest from the get go.” Watch for my short story collection coming soon, featuring characters from A Human Element and new ones from its sequel, A Hidden Element (2013).
Don’t miss my friend, author, and agent Marie Lamba’s series Agent Mondays and get great info on landing agent from the source! Want the newest scoop on publishing industry trends and help with writing craft? Visit The Author Chronicles, a resourceful blog run by five aspiring authors. Need experienced advice to take your writing to the next level? Stop by The BloodRed Pencil, a team of editors and writers who share their techniques and advice on writing and editing.
Hot new reads!
Looking for new reads by cool debut thriller authors and words of wisdom by legendary thriller authors? Then get yourself to the International Thriller Writers Debut Authors blog The Thrill Begins and November releases!
Horror more your thing? In celebration of Bram Stoker’s birthday today, check out the 2012 Bram Stoker recommended reading list chock full of goodies by new and veteran authors. Two of my new faves? Billie Sue Mosiman and Michael McCarty (my review).
And congrats to my friend Stacy Green who has a short story out, Welcome to Las Vegas, that’s a creepy prelude to her debut suspense novel that hits the streets this month, Into the Dark! Participate in her charity blog tour to help the homeless.
Local to Philly? Stop by Chester County Book and Music Company on November 23rd and help support a landmark bookstore that may be going out of business. Local authors will be there for a grand social to talk and sign books, including Lisa Scottoline, Kelly Simmons, Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban, and Jon McGoran.
I’m thrilled to have been invited as a guest author to my first conference, Farpoint, for their 20th anniversary conference in Timonium, Maryland on February 15 – 17, 2013. This is an annual gathering for fans of all genres and types of imaginative fiction, including media, books and more. Fun to share the event with Lee Arenberg, “Pintel” from Pirates of The Caribbean.
That’s all folks!