On Saturday, I had the privilege of speaking with Don Theo III at Bibliocircus for their first Biblio Cast. This was especially fun for me, since Don and I went to high school together. We talked about Going Under: The Oracles of St. Ambrose, specifically how Chase Bradford is a "fish out of water" for … Continue reading Big Thanks to Biblio Cast!
Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Back David Kirk!
Blogger Book Fair Features Something a Little Different with David Kirk Dave is one of my favorite people in the world. In addition to being a fantastic author, he's also been incredibly supportive and helpful - not to mention encouraging. His novel Particular Stones is one of the best books I read last year. Since he's … Continue reading Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Back David Kirk!
Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Dan O’Brien
Blogger Book Fair Marches On with Dan O'Brien The next brave, brave man to be featured here on my super-pink site is Dan O'Brien, author of The Path of the Fallen. This super-good sport (and apparently sport-lover, if his blog is evidence) has gamely answered my usual questions and provided an excerpt for your reading pleasure. … Continue reading Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Dan O’Brien
Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Michael Cargill
Blogger Book Fair Continues with Author Michael Cargill I'm always so thrilled to host writers of the male sort, especially because they look so handsome surrounded by all this pink. Michael Cargill is the first of three manly men unintimidated by my site's girly colors. He brings us a book of short stories called Shades of … Continue reading Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Michael Cargill
Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Kimberly Gould
Blogger Book Fair Continues with Kimberly Gould, Fellow Martin Sisters Publishing Author I was lucky enough to be one of the first readers of Kimberly's debut novel, Cargon: Honour & Privilege, a Young Adult dystopian novel unlike any other out there. Cargon, a game where social status is gambled away like pennies, is the central feature of … Continue reading Blogger Book Fair: Welcome Kimberly Gould