Hi everyone, as always, thanks for stopping by! Well, it’s finally here. The Salem’s Daughters Blog Tour. Just look at this star-studded, All-star lineup of incredible writers and bloggers. I have some great topics lined up and hope you stop by to say hello. So with no further ado, here they are:
Monday October 5th – The ninja himself Alex Cavanaugh. Introducing the Ladies. The thirteen cats, errr …. witches, erm, rather the disembodied souls inhabiting cats and their unique abilities which they use to work together and terrorize a modern day bed and breakfast called Murcat Manor.
Friday October 9th - Susan Swiderski at I Think Therefore I Yam and Dark and Snarky Humor.
Monday October 12th - Susan Gourley at Susan Says where I Spotlight one individual cat named Madelyn.
Tuesday October 13th - Stephanie Faris at Children’s Author and Children In My Novels. I never kill children to make bad guy badder or further the plot. But I still need to make the kids bad. Good kids are boring. Here’s how I do it.
Wednesday October 14th - Crystal Collier at Unleashing the Dreamworld and Strong Female Kick-ass Characters.
Friday October 16th – Lexa Cain at L.X. Cain and Ancient Time Traveling Curses.
Monday October 19th – L. Diane Wolfe at Spunk On A Stick’s Tip and Marketing and Promoting Outside the U.S.
Wednesday October 21st – Jo Wake at Life and a Scent of Chocolate and Food. I use food as an inanimate character in all my books.
Thursday October 22 – Barbara at Life and Faith in the Caneyland and Bad Girls of the Bible. Inspiration for characters can come from anywhere.
Monday October 26th – Arlee Bird at Arlee Bird and Using real events from your family's history in novels.
Friday October 30th - Chrys Fey at Write With Fey and Dreams. I find dreams and their interpretations fascinating and dreams have a special place in Salem’s Daughters.
Monday November 2nd – Hilary Melton-Butcher at Positive Letters and Inspirational Stories and Setting. Where better than Hilary’s website to post about the setting of a story. Hilary researches and writes about places and their history better than anyone I know.
Wednesday November 4th – Lynda R. Young at W.I.P. It and Character Development. When I write a story, my characters fight for face time. They are ruthless and cut throat and some minor characters become major ones as they elbow, bite, scratch and kick each other competing for a larger role.
Monday November 9th – C. Lee McKenzie at The Write Game and Magic. There are many ways writers have their characters use magic. This post is how the cats perform their craft.
Wednesday November 11th – Michael Di Gesu at In Time and the dreaded To Be Determined.
Wednesday November 18th – Betty at A Bench With A View and Science, the Bible, and the Supernatural. Much of the crazy stuff that goes on in my books are taken straight out of the Bible, a great source of inspiration for any writer.
Monday December 7 – Carole Kilgore at Under The Tiki Hut and Getting Away From It All. For my protagonists Bob and Debbie Stevens, Murcat Manor is their Tiki Hut, a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of a back-stabbing corporate life. Unfortunately, thirteen cats have different plans for them and their guests.
A big round of thanks to these awesome and amazing bloggers for helping me! There hail from all around the world representing various genres. I’m looking forward to a great time. Salem’s Daughters is definitely a Fall-themed book and with Halloween right around the corner it's a perfect creepy fun read.
|Evil Cat from Murcat Manor|
I writes Speculative Fiction and embrace science and the supernatural to help explain the universe, our place in it, and write one of a kind thrillers.
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Sounds like a good book you're reading.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend! I'm off to watch the Broncos...er, hopefully win. :)
Wow-- sounds like a really fast-paced and suspenseful book!ReplyDelete
I loved the Naked Gun series. Pure silliness.
Love seeing the streaks across the sky, wish I'd have seen that one. My World ends with a blast in Hart's bloghop. Why not?ReplyDelete
Thank you for featuring Travels in Elysium. I'm still lining up some additional bloggers to do reviews for us :)ReplyDelete
That book has that kind of feel like it could wrap you up and take you on a terrifyingly wonderful adventure. And about those rocks that burn up in the sky, I've often wondered how we're not in the path of a "heartier" ring of bombardment...wondered, but glad we're not.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a cool book.ReplyDelete
I missed the fireball though.
Good luck to William and Travels in Elysium! I hope to finish the book this weekend.ReplyDelete
The novel sounds intriguing. I slept through the fireball though; I hate getting up that early.ReplyDelete
Good luck to William. I'd heard about the fireball and it did catch my eye since it was so close to my Tennessee home, but other than the initial mention I saw I didn't hear much more about it. Yeah, there's always stuff entering the atmosphere.ReplyDelete
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