Tag : blog tours

Throwback Thursday Interviews

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In honour of Throwback Thursday, here are two interviews I did for the people at both “Open Book” sites: On Writing an interview for Open Book Toronto. The Proust Questionnaire for Open Book Ontario.

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Howard Jones’s debut historical fantasy novel, The Desert of Souls  (Thomas Dunne Books 2011), was widely acclaimed by influential publications like Library Journal, Kirkus, and Publisher’s Weekly. Its sequel, The Bones of the Old Ones, made the Barnes and Noble Best Fantasy Release of 2013 and received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly. He is […]

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Carole Gill lives in Yorkshire with her second husband (the normal one) and two lunatic Parson Russell Terriers. As for her writing, she doesn’t know what shaped it or started her off, but she did start writing quite young. She wrote her first story (sci-fi) in the fourth grade. She continued to write but life […]

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Over the weekend, Carole Gill graciously added my guest post on her blog. Read my post: Writing by Numbers

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Today, my interview was posted over at Ginger Nuts of Horror. They asked me many questions and I responded with many answers. Definitely worth reading to the end. I was particularly enthused by their inclusion of the YouTube Video for a Tut Tut Child song. Read the interview on Ginger Nuts of Horror

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My Guest Post on SF Signal

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Woohoo! The title says it all. My guest post is live on SF Signal: 10 Ways to Keep Your SF&F-Loving Boyfriend Happy While Enjoying Your Horror Fix Enjoy!

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Mark. T. Barnes, a talented fantasy author (based out of Sydney Australia) hosted my guest post blog today (April 11th). 10 Reasons Short Stories are Sharks not Guppies. And for those of you who are local, don’t forget about my book launch at Chapters Waterloo tomorrow (April 12th) at 1PM.

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My recent Blog Tour Posts

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I’ve been busy, touring the blog-o-sphere recently. You can expect more of my guest posts to pop up in the coming weeks as my promotional tour for ELEMENTS  kicks up a notch. On March 28th, “Planners Vs. Pantsers” appeared on Steve Vernon’s Blog. I discuss the two categories of writers: those who plan out in […]

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Interview: Mark T. Barnes

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Mark Barnes was born in Sydney, Australia, in September of 1966. A strong athlete, he was also drawn to the arts at a young age, penning his first short story as a seven-year-old. He worked in finance and advertising before establishing himself in IT services management. Currently he owns and operates a freelance organizational change […]

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Interview: Eugie Foster

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Eugie Foster calls home a mildly haunted, fey-infested house in metro Atlanta that she shares with her husband, Matthew. After receiving her master’s degree in psychology, she retired from academia to pen flights of fancy. She also edits legislation for the Georgia General Assembly, which from time to time she suspects is another venture into […]

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