Or, seriously, what’s with the constant Cyndi Lauper posts?
Since Haunting Obsession features a thinly veiled homage to Marilyn Monroe, and is the story of someone who takes his fandom way too far, it’s easy to assume I’m an over-the-top fan of Monroe. And yes, I do fixate on many things Marilyn. But she is not the person I am most obsessed about.
I also love pop music of all eras. But I am a child of the 80s. I was in the tenth grade in 1983, a couple years after M-TV debuted, so the woman who stands above everyone else in my pop music universe is Cyndi Lauper. Read More
I was able to do the cover reveal for one of Seventh Star Press’s latest authors, RJ SULLIVAN, whose latest novel, Haunting Obsession, is finally here! I also going to also add it here, but first here is a really cool Fourth-Wall Friday piece! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did and have a great time. Read More
I am thrilled at being loved by SEVENTH STAR PRESS enough to give you all a sneak peek and a COVER REVEAL of their latest press, Haunting Obsession by RJ SULLIVAN! Also below are some exclusive pieces of artwork by on of their talented artists. The official PRESS RELEASE, so all info o the book AND the cover reveal will be on their front page later this morning (closer to noon), so until then, this is all you get! Excited yet? I know I am SO excited about this one, I just cannot express how much! Before I had even seen the cover I was on the edge of my proverbial seat to be able to read this. It will be so much fun and now that I see the cover? This COVER LOVAH is VERY VERY HAPPY! Read More
Seventh Star Press anthology
Some exciting news from Seventh Star Press. If you’ve got a dystopian story sitting there that you’ve been wanting to submit now is your chance. Here from their press release news on a second anthology. I hope you all submit I’ve got a friend who I am bugging endlessly to get her to submit for it. You have nothing to lose people. Go for it!
Attention Writers! Seventh Star Press Proudly Announces Its Next Anthology Project, Perfect Flaw: Dystopian Stories, with Editor Robin Blankenship
Seventh Star Press is proud to announce its second anthology project, Perfect Flaw: Dystopian Stories, with editor Robin Blankenship.
As with the first SSP anthology project, The End Was Not the End: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Tales (editor Joshua Leet) this anthology project will allow for short stories of up to 10,000 words.
I want to say a special thank you to Stephen Zimmer and Seventh Star Press for letting me host during this EPIC virtual book tour for the release the third book in the Fire of Eden series, Spirit of Fire. Also for attempting to talk about epic fantasy writing. Yes I say attempt for apparently there should be a disclaimer when dealing directly with me for to long.. something perhaps like:
”BEWARE TO OVER EXPOSURE TO HER BACONEY GOODNESS, THE CABIN GODDESS! DO NOT STARE TO LONG INTO THE WONDERMENT OF THE JAZZ HANDS. BEHOLD THE BAKER OF PIES AND SLAYER OF MIGHTY WINTER WITCHES…WRANGLER OF STRIPPER ZOMBIES..”
Exclusive Artwork by Matthew Perry
*shaking head* Seriously, am I really that scary? Perhaps occasionally I stand on the hill in my snowbound fortress, gazing at the roaming hordes of carefully maintained stripper zombies as they keep the perimeter clear of the militants from up on the ridge and eating the mutant squirrels before they get to the rafters to eat all our insulation. The breeze rippling through my homespun sun bleached woolen robe, embroidered with thread made by the Inuit’s in tribute with the shed fur from their prize sled dogs. Thread which is woven through with gold, edging my robs in a unique Athabaskan pattern…What can I say, the Unifier had awesome taste in outfits! Maybe I can be a bit scary, I will direct the mice to prepare BiPolar Pumpkin to deliver to you a few cases of our prized Bush Town flavor Monster Energy Drink as a tribute from my lands! Read More
Fourth-Wall Friday is a new feature where I get to feature a author I have either reviewed, will review or have yet to review or just have over for Tea and Bacon! It is an idea which stemmed from a piece that Natasha Troop did for me while I was still reading the first in her series Lakebridge Cycle (which I reviewed last Saturday). It is in a way a form of interactive inner conversation in which the author is presenting him or herself in a way that adds even more depth and enlightenment to their own author persona, their writing and the world from their tales.
Today I am honored to have a piece from you that after seeing these two at the coffee shop I quickly asked if H. David Blalock from Angelkiller fame if he would be so kind as to let us into his conversation, this is what he shared.
IN A COFFEE HOUSE
They have moved on, the survivors. After they buried their dead and said the words, they moved on to continue the Conflict elsewhere, as they have done hundreds of times before.
But before they did, they talked to me.
I think I am just another way to fight the endless Conflict, another tool in their armory, though I use words instead of bullets and novels instead of bombs. They told me they used every method possible to accomplish their goal, and I am happy… no, I am honored to be one. Read More
I read a total of 83 pages Today
Am reading Crown of Vengeance
by Stephen Zimmer
(I escaped a wildfire! When I did try to read it was SO warm I kept falling asleep despite the fact the cat kept trying to wake me up. Then my mother and daughter call me in panic because I was not online. My e-mail was blowing up because I took the day off yesterday to get stuff done and was not online this morning. Then I started procrastinating and ummm ended up having 3-hour phone call to Shannon Mayer this morning. When I finally decided I had enough, I left the phone inside, changing my voice mail to tell people I was alive but reading ALONE (I wanna be a HERMIT, A HERMIT!) What is so freaking funny is I slathered up in bug spray, lit three Tiki torches full of Citronella oil and sat down to read. Thinking quite mistakenly I would stay awake outside. I feel asleep…. FOR THREE HOURS. I am now covered in bug bites, the torches ran out and so did the bug spray apparently!! So ya I had EPIC fail, but I have four more days, right?
8AM Wednesday – 8AM Thursday | Something Wicked This Way Comes… Read More
from Rebecca @ Kindle Fever