Thursday, October 31, 2013
Monday, October 28, 2013
It is your lucky day!
SM Reine - Sacrificed in Shadow
Marie Hall - Crimson Night
Deanna Chase - Influential Magic
Danielle Monsch - Fairy Tales and Ever Afters
Kate Danley - Maggie for Hire
Dannika Dark - Sterling
As part of the 47North Author Blog Swap, this month I'll be interviewing JD Horn, author of the upcoming book The Line (Witching Savannah). Know him. Love him. Follow him on his blog (jackdouglashorn.blogspot.com/), Facebook (www.Facebook.com/JackDouglasHorn), and The Line's official Facebook page www.Facebook.com/TheLineSavannah.
Saturday, October 26, 2013
For all of you fans of A Spirited Manor today is your lucky day my friends! Announcing Book II in the O'Hare House Mysteries.... drumroll... SPIRIT OF DENIAL. It's about a mummy. Now say the title out loud. Yes.
In this sequel to A Spirited Manor, Clara O'Hare and Wesley Lowenherz learn that the phantasm set free at Lord Oroberg's seance is just the beginning. An ancient Egyptian curse has been unleashed by feuding archaeologists and everyone will be digging an early grave unless they contain this spirit of the Nile.
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
Friday, October 11, 2013
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Flash forward to today and I am a full time writer, have close to 80,000+ sales globally, am traditionally published, won a bunch of awards, and one of my series is under option for a movie and television consideration.
So how did that all happen? And more importantly, how can something like this happen for you.
Tonight, Wyatt Doyle, myself, and Andrew Bisconti will be doing a free, hour long panel at Mystery & Imagination Bookshop in Glendale about the business of publishing. I will brain dump all of the knowledge I have learned over the past three years straight into your ears. People helped me out getting me here and this is just a way to pay back the kindness. So come out! I will have presents for people who bring good questions!
Mystery & Imagination Bookshop
238 N. Brand Blvd.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
And it is terrifying.
The theater in Los Angeles is like community theater. No one does it because they love it. They do it in the hope an agent will see their work, or a film director will fall in love with them. Tennessee Williams is a CD showcase. But as I traveled the world this year, I remembered that everywhere else on the globe, being on stage is the end game, not the consolation prize.