I’ll be making my first radio blog appearance! I’ll be joining host Daria DiGiovanni on WriteStream Tuesday on May 21! I’ll be on at 2PM Eastern Time. You can call in with questions or leave your questions in the interactive chat panel on the radio page, which I’ll be sure to leave a link to.
Then on May 23 be sure to hang out with me and Daria on the Twitter chat, #WriteStream at 11AM Eastern Time. Weren’t able to ask a question during the radio interview? If you have a Twitter account, you can ask them then or just hang out with us!
Thank you so much for all of your help everybody! With every price match on Amazon, we finally managed to get Short Story Strands: Halloween 2012 Edition permanently FREE on Amazon. It’s now currently sitting at #11 in anthologies!
For those of you who don’t have a Kindle, don’t worry. Because you can also snag the anthology at Barnes and Noble, iTunes, Kobo, and Smashwords — and yes, it’s free over on those platforms, too.
I know it’s not Halloween yet, but if you’re interested to see what kind of horror a bunch of sci-fi/fantasy authors can conjure up, check out the anthology. Happy reading!
The April A-Z Challenge is just around the corner. Never heard of it? It’s a blogging challenge of epic proportions. Every day in April (with the exception of Sundays) one must write a blog post about a topic that starts with whatever letter of the alphabet it is that day. So April 1 is Monday. Monday = A and you would write something about something that starts with A. Some people have themes some people just write. But whatever you choose to do, you have to write a blog post and hop around and visit other blogs.
As much as I’d love to join again this year, I’m going to have to say no. I have way too many obligations this year and adding a daily blog post for an entire month could very well kill me. Between scheduling blog tours, editing books, and managing a blog tour that starts April 1 (and that’s just the duties from Paper Crane Books) I’m also juggling two book projects of my own.
This wasn’t an easy decision for me. I was actually strongly considering joining the challenge regardless of my obligations. A-Z was a blast last year and I’m proud to say that I completed the challenge. I didn’t think that I would have because I’m such a terrible blogger, but I did! And it was so easy to come up with blog posts with a topic on hand. It made me more focused and more conscious about my time management and despite all the blood, sweat, and tears, I came out a slightly better writer because of it. I highly recommend trying out this challenge if you have the time.