And now for something completely different. In honor of Halloween, I have indie author Jon Riesfeld in the studio today to talk about his novelette focusing on one of the great monsters of history, a villain all the more terrible for the fact that he was completely human.
Archive for October, 2011
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This week, as part of the Indie Writers Unite! blog tour, I answered a few questions by author Jennifer Rainey at her Independent Paranormal blog. Meanwhile, I have indie author Camelia Miron Skiba in the house to share a few words about her personal experience growing up in the shadow of the vampire legend, Dracula.
Growing up in the land of Dracula
As my biography states I was born and raised in Romania, or Dracula’s birthplace. Since Arshad loves vampires I thought my blog should be about vampires and how I grew up with them. Literally.
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The fourth novel, Starlight, was completed at the beginning of September and is being evaluated by my front-line editor for structural concerns. I expect it might require some editing and rewrites, followed by copyediting and proofreading, so I anticipate having it ready for publication between January and March 2012.
In the meantime, I planned to write three novellas to expand on events that happen in the backstory of the novels.
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Greetings, all. Today, as part of the Indie Writers Unite! Blog tour, we have author Penelope Crowe in the studio, to speak about her new book, 100 Unfortunate Days.