My short story, "Red Snow, PI," is featured in my local library's writing group anthology, A Grimm Imagination. The anthology itself is available on Amazon for $10, and proceeds from the sale go to benefit the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library. If you're looking for a good read and to support a good cause, this one's for you!
I'll be attending this year's Southern Authors Expo at the Main Branch of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library this Saturday, August 19 from 10-4. I'll have copies of Evin available for purchase. Be sure to stop by and see me--and check out the rest of the great authors at the event.
More details on the Expo and a list of participating authors can be found here.
I recently got to write a guest post for author and freelance writer Marlena Smith's blog. In the post, I discuss one of the things I get more questions about than anything else: my outlining process. There are also a couple of pictures from the outlining stages of Canus, for those that want a sneak peak.
Check out the post here.
I had a great time on Authors First on the ArtistFirst Radio Network on the 20th. I chatted with Z-Man about Evin, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," and the Wishbone series (which was, no lie, my favorite part of the interview). If you missed the live broadcast, you can still listen in! The interview is archived here.
I'll be doing a live interview on Authors First from ArtistFirst Radio Network on TUESDAY, JUNE 20 at 6 PM EST. We'll be chatting for about an hour about writing in general and about Evin specifically. On the day of, I'll post the listen live link, and I'll follow up with where the show will be archived for those that can't make the live broadcast.
If you want to learn more about ArtistFirst or see what other authors and artists they've featured, check their website here.