Becca J. Campbell has a knack for creative characters and whole new worlds for us to explore! She was kind enough to answer my Blogger Book Fair Mini-Interview questions. Take a look and get the scoop on what she has coming for us in the future. Also, snag a free story and get a chance to win another!
One of the perks of being involved in the indie writing scene is that I get to meet such fantastic people. A great example is S. M. Boyce, who does a great deal to help out indies in addition to writing her own books. In case you’ve been living under a rock lately, S. M. Boyce is the author of the fantasy epic Grimoire Trilogy.
Right now, the first book in her Grimoire Trilogy of fantasy books, Lichgates, is free for Kindle from December 21st through the 23rd.
This may be the last time you see this free offer, so you should snatch it up! If you haven’t read this fantastic book yet, you’re missing out! While you’re at it, you can pick up Treason, book 2 in the series, as well!
In honor of this last chance to get Lichgates for free, Boyce was kind enough to answer a few questions and talk a bit about her experience as an indie author and other things. Here’s what she had to say:
This is just a quick little update. I was lucky enough to have Sandy, at The Reading Cafe, conduct an in interview with me. The interview is now live on their site and you can check it out here. It was fun and I appreciate them giving me a chance to talk about Frostwalker, how I became a writer and lots more. Check it out and please leave them a comment!
I have something a little different for you guys today! I recently had a chance to interview Robert Zimmermann. A lot of you know him from his book reviews over at his blog, but what you might not have realized is that he is also a poet. Rob is currently working on a collection of his poems but took a little time from his busy schedule to answer a few questions. Enjoy! Continue reading
I just wanted to post a quick update to give you all the latest info on what I’ve been up to.
To begin with, I’ve recently finished a new short story! It’s currently titled The Card and is around 4,200 words long. This one is a more traditional horror piece, not vampires or zombies. It’s still in the first draft stage, but edits will be ongoing and it should be finished relatively soon. I’m not sure yet what I’ll do with it. I may release this one the same way I’ve released Out After Dark and Best Served Hot, but there may be other considerations. In any case, when it’s available, I’ll be letting you know about it here as well as Twitter and Facebook!
Meanwhile, Frostwalker is still undergoing edits. Nothing new to report there, but just wanted to mention that progress is being made. We have top men working on it. Top. Men. (And a couple of top women.)
In other news, Best Served Hot is currently on display at the Indie E-Books site! If you’re not familiar with Indie E-Books, here’s how it works: With the indie publishing revolution, there’s a huge amount of reading material out there. But, how do you know what you’ll like and what’s not for you? At Indie E-Books, you can view short stories by independent authors and get a feel for their work. Sort of a test drive for fiction. You can read the stories for free and even leave comments.
Also, Indie E-Books conducted a quick interview with me! If you want to check that out, it’s on their blog. Give it a read and be sure to tell your friends!
Those of you who follow me on Twitter or Facebook have no doubt seen my posts about just how great a read The Forever Girl was. As someone who doesn’t usually read that genre, it was a departure for me. The fact that I was sold on the first chapter and then loved the book in full should be a testament to the wide appeal this book offers and the compelling ability of the author, Rebecca Hamilton.
Today, I have a special treat for you! I asked this talented (and busy) lady to take the time to answer a few questions for me and my readers and she graciously consented. I’m very pleased to present this brief interview with Rebecca Hamilton. I hope you find it as enjoyable to read as it was to conduct! Continue reading