Tuesday, August 30, 2011

December Moon - New Book Release By Suzy Turner - Vlog

December Moon Book 2 in the Raven Saga

On her 15th birthday, December Moon discovers she is the descendant of a family of witches, kept in the dark her entire life in an effort to protect her. But when Lilly, her best friend, finds herself in danger from one of the world's most evil vampires, December will do everything in her power to stop him. December Moon is a fantasy novel for children and young adults set in BC, Canada.

“I'm going to see Rose,” Lilly yelled to whoever was still in the house, as she pushed open the front door and bounded towards the forest, taking in the fresh scent of the cool damp air. Running as fast as she could, you would be forgiven for not noticing that she wore nothing but a smile. The moment her body was hidden among the trees, she hopped onto a large boulder and looked around before jumping down. 
Before her feet even hit the ground, Lilly was no longer a small and slim fourteen year old girl with bobbed black hair, but the most graceful and beautiful black mountain lion. The transformation that took place was no longer the painful and awkward motion of her initial changes, but one of speed and elegance. Rose had taught her well. 
The speed with which she travelled through the trees that led to her aunt's house was courtesy of Sammy Morton, the man who would have been her brother-in-law had her sister lived. Sammy and Lilly spent hours and hours racing each other from one end of the forest, around Powell River, to the mountains where the Elders resided. Lilly was no longer a child. She was becoming a fine young woman, and an even finer specimen of mountain lion. If people knew the truth about her, she would be the envy of many. At least that's what Rose told her. Lilly always struggled to believe that herself.
Coming to a standstill among the fallen leaves, Lilly stood regally, checking her surroundings carefully. There was a hint of something in the air, something out of the ordinary. Her senses were on full alert as she silently padded through the trees. All was silent, a little too silent. There were no chirping of birds, no rustling of insects, even the wind seemed to have completely died down. She stopped again, careful not to make any noise herself.
A familiar scent filled her nose. Rose was here too. Lilly turned and saw her aunt, not in human form, but as the feisty lynx that was her changeling form.
'Do you sense it?' Rose asked of her niece. The two were only able to communicate in feline form by reading each other's minds. It was a useful sense to have.
'I do. It's not something I'm familiar with. Any idea who or what it is?' replied Lilly as she sniffed the forest floor.
'It could be a bear. We haven't had any around here for quite some time, which would explain why you don't know the scent.'
Lilly nodded acknowledgement and saw a movement out of the corner of her eye.
Rose noticed it too and the two of them slowly and silently followed the scent, and the movement.
Suddenly an almighty roar filled their ears. Rose was right. A large brown bear appeared from behind a massive downed tree that lay on its side. But something was not right. The bear was injured, severely injured. He howled in pain.
'Lilly, stop. Do not approach him. Keep hidden. There's something else here. Something... something's very wrong.'
The bear began to fall to the ground, just a hundred or so metres in front of them. As it fell, it took its final breath and just as it hit the ground, its massive form changed. It was no longer a bear, but a large man with thick brown curly hair, part of which was matted with blood.
Lilly caught her breath and stood motionless, watching. Through the trees came another creature, a creature that was wholly unnatural. At first glance it looked like an ugly man but on closer inspection, long fangs distended from his lips and long claws shot out from his fingertips. His face was as pale as the moon that shone down on them, giving just enough light to see him from afar.
The beast pounced on the corpse and began frantically feasting on his blood.

Raven (The Raven Saga) by Suzy Turner (Kindle Edition - May 8, 2011)Kindle eBook
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December Moon (The Raven Saga) by Suzy Turner (Kindle Edition - Aug 27, 2011)Kindle eBook
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About the Author:
Although Suzy is a Yorkshire lass at heart, she left her home town of Rotherham, UK, to move to Portugal with her family when she was ten.
The Algarve continues to be her home, where she lives with her childhood sweetheart husband Michael, Roxy (their dog), Hermione, Robbie, Scully and Poppy (their cats) and their newest addition, Podengo puppy, Luna.
Suzy's career began soon after completing her A levels when she was offered the position of trainee journalist for a local English newspaper. Her love of writing developed and a few years later she moved on to become assistant editor for the region's largest English language publisher. Since then she has also worked as the editor of one of the Algarve's most loved monthly lifestyle magazines. Early in 2010 however, Suzy began working as a freelance writer and author. She has since completed her first novel for teens, Raven, which will be the… Read more




My name is Cassandra. And I am a blogger! This is my blog - monkeycstars

Where were you born and where do you call home?
- I was born in Seoul, Korea. Now, I call Virginia home. This is where I’d like to spend the rest of my days…unless I end up in a tropical island somewhere J

How long have you been blogging?
- As this interview is going on, I have been blogging for less than a day…around 12 hours ago.

What is the name of the book you most recently blogged about?
- Today I blogged about the Apocalypse Babes series by Bella Street. I talked about the 3 books out right now: The Z Word (Apocalypse Babes Book 1), The X Factor (Apocalypse Babes Book 2), and iRobotronic (Apocalypse Babes Book 3).

What did you think about the covers?
- The covers are really beautiful and are a direct reflection of the strange, but familiar dystopian world that Seffy and her friends are transported/flung/blasted to in The Z Word…pink skies, glittering sand, zombies. Yes, time-travel for all you sci-fi fans, and yes again, the “Z” in The Z Word stands for “zombies”.

If you could ask the Author 3 questions what would they be?
- I’d ask Bella Street, when did she first become interested in zombies? What made her decide to put zombies and romance in the same book? And, how many more books will there be in the Apocalypse Babes series?

Can you name one of your favorite chapters?
- No way! I couldn’t possibly decide a favorite chapter; I love the books as a whole…picking a favorite chapter? That’s just poppycock!

What was your most favorite character and why?
- In The Z Word, I’d say my favorite character would be Seffy. We experience things from her point of view and she goes through some disturbing stuff. She has dark moments of thought, and we are right there with her through it all.  In The X Factor and iRobotronic, my favorite character was Trent. We really get to see deeper into his character, and I liked what he revealed. Let’s just say, “I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him”...ha-ha, Twilight reference.

If this book had a spin-off series, would you read the series?
- I most definitely would read a spin-off series. I am so in LOVE and OBSESSED with the Apocalypse Babes right now, you just don’t understand.  

Was this a book you were asked to review or did you buy it?
- I actually just stumbled upon The Z Word while wandering on Goodreads. I kept seeing it pop up. I clicked on the book and there was mention of zombies…I love zombies. I wasn’t sure I liked zombies in a book, but I decided to check it out since it was a FREE e-book download on smashwords. I was a bit shocked at its GREATNESS. I can tell you right now, it’s not a horror novel, but more a paranormal romance. I wasn’t even asked to do a review, but felt I had to since I loved the book so much. I wanted to support Bella Street, as a new Author.

Have you written a book yourself or are you planning to in the future?
- I have no patience to do such a thing and I get easily distracted. I mean, the only way I could ever see myself writing a book is if I won the mega millions and could lock myself away. Then, maybe I could write a book. I get so crazy at times wanting things to look perfect that I would just keep re-editing, and it would take years and years. 

What genre is your favorite and why?
- 100% paranormal romance. I think all girls love a good romance story, but with me loving all things supernatural, it’s just a natural choice. Everything is better when you add a little paranormal into the mix. Vampires, Weres, Shifters, Witches…I love them all.  Everyone thinks I’m a bit weird...from my music, love of horror movies… Maybe that’s why I loved Bella Street’s books so much. She describes her books as “Romance with a touch of weird”. We both have a little weirdness going on.

If you were shipwrecked on a desert island what 3 book series would you want with you?
- I would want the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton, the Monére, Children of the Moon series by Sunny, and since it’s my current addiction, the Apocalypse Babes series by Bella Street.

Is there an Author that you would really like to meet?
- No, not really. It would be really cool to actually meet an Author, but I’m not dying for it. I feel like I already know a bit about the Authors just by reading their books. I get to see into a little piece of their mind in the books they write.

Do you prefer e-books, paperbacks or hardcover?
- I love my paperbacks…probably because they are less expensive than the hardcovers. I hate having to wait for paperbacks, but I can’t afford to buy those expensive hardcovers. I just discovered e-books a couple months ago when I discovered the free kindle and nook apps. I’ve only read the free e-books. I figured while I was waiting for my favorite Authors to come out with new books, I’d give e-books a shot. There’s some really good stuff floating around… I still prefer paperbacks to e-books because I want to be able to hold my books in my hand and put them on the shelf and look at all the pretty colors J they’re like art.

Where do you prefer to buy your books?
- I used to buy everything in the world from Amazon, but since I discovered Nook, I swing over B&N sometimes. I also use smashwords now that so many of the authors on Goodreads give out freebies there. Amazon is still my #1.

Have you ever read a book more than once?
- Oh, please…I’ve read every single book I own more than once, multiple times. When I’m done with a book and the Author hasn’t put out a new one yet, I get a little crazy waiting. I start from Book 1, work my way down the line and refresh myself…

Is there a particular movie or TV series that you preferred over the book version?
- I think the only books I’ve read that have been turned into movies or shows are Twilight and Vampire Diaries. I didn’t enjoy the Vampire Diaries books that much so I guess the TV series is better. Though, I think Damon in the books is more intense than on the show.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)?
- I am currently reading Fox by Parrisha Martelly in e-book format. Parrisha is actually a new Author. Fox is her first novel, just released on August 3rd. She’s only 21 years old…I’m in awe of her right now.

What book do you know that you will never read?
- Any book dealing with Politics, Biographies, Sports, Home & Garden…don’t care to read. I will never read a Harry Potter book…I can barely get into the movies…I just can’t read the books. I can see the attraction to it, but no.

Are there any new Authors that have grasped your interest recently and why?
- Of course, Bella Street. The only reason I created a blog was so that I could talk about the Apocalypse Babes and how freaking awesome the series is. I can’t wait for KumBaYa Much and Bite Me to come out. It’s like Kylie Minogue’s song, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”. I can’t stop thinking about the Apocalypse Babes J People are going to think I’m psycho. Everyone needs to go and download their free copy of The Z Word. It’s currently FREE at smashwords, NOOK, and Kindle. WOOHOO!!! Go get your FREE copy right NOW!

Have you read a book that you would like to rewrite the ending of?
- The only book series I have read that has ended is Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead. The only thing I’d change about that is to NOT have it end. But now we have Bloodlines so, “It’s not like it’s the end of the world”. ßApocalypse Babes fans know all about that… J

What are your thoughts on book trailers?
-  Everybody knows that book trailers suck! Or at least all the ones I see…The people who make book trailers should take a look at the fanvids people make. They look so much better than any book trailer I have ever seen. SHAME book trailer people…SHAME!

Do you have a favorite book cover - chose up to 3 if you like.
- Anita Blake series has some really awesome book covers. I love all the “instruments of death”…that’s what I call them anyway. I also really love Sunny’s Monére, Children of the Moon Series book covers. It’s what attracted me to the books in the first place…really beautiful.

Do you ever blog in your PJ’s?
- Sure, I did this morning…for my very first blog ever!  Why not? You can’t see me.

Sleep in or get up early?
- Sleep in…morning people give me the creeps. Why the freak are you so happy right now? *shivers*…gives me the heebedie-jeebedies!

Favorite colors?
- black, red, and really digging hot pink right now. My nails always look like they are having a party J

What are 3 items you never leave home without?
- phone, wallet, keys

What is your most favorite electronic gadget?
- My HTC EVO phone. You can do everything on this thing. Didn’t say I knew HOW to do everything, but I hear you can. I zombified myself with an app.

Favorite book character or film character crush. Yes you can pick 2 :)
- Book crush: Dante from Mona Lisa Craving by Sunny
- Film crush: Tom Hardy, the most beautiful man alive. Google him J…and your welcome.

A character you love to hate.
- I almost said that I even love the bad guys…but then the “heifer goddess”, Aphrodite, popped into my head. She does Acheron wrong every time.
(Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon)

Cats or dogs?
- Dogs

White wine or red?
- Wine is nasty…

Coffee or tea?
- Coffee, with cake

Favorite food?
- Taco salad at the moment…

Vanilla or chocolate ice-cream?
- Vanilla

What is a movie or TV show that you watched recently and really enjoyed?
- TV series called Misfits (UK) – ADDICTED! Oh my goodness…I just had this conversation on Goodreads the other day. Season 1 and 2 are on HULU right now! Go watch it.
I Simon.

Where can we STALK you?

Twitter: Nein

Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview with me and allowing us a glimpse into your blogging world.

Thank you for sharing and thank you for blogging. Patti

Monday, August 29, 2011

Up Close & Personal with Author - Glenn Starkey (SOLOMON’S MEN) Free ebook in return for review.

Glen Starkey:  Glen Starkey:  Where were you born and where do you call home?

Born in Nacogdoches, Texas.  Presently living in Alvin, Texas (south of Houston)

How long have you been writing?
Over 40 years ago, while a young Marine in Vietnam, I began writing long letters home to a favorite aunt.  She kept them through the years, saying they are like reading “mini-novels.” My writings continued in one form or another, chronicling my years and experiences in the Corps, and as a Texas police officer, in journals that I gave to my son one Christmas as a gift. From there I moved on to ideas, scribbles and notes that swirled in my head, until one day I realized I was actually writing a novel.  When my first novel was completed, I progressed into having an agent and submitting for publication. My professional career became too demanding, plus a bout with cancer raised some hurdles, so I laid my writing life aside for several years.  Now, retired from a major oil corporation as its security manager, life has given me the opportunity to return to this passion. I am dusting off all the completed novels and ideas that sat in waiting for me so long.

What is the name of your most recent book and if you had to sum it up in 30 or less words, what would you say?
Solomon’s Men”   A professional thief is hired to steal an ancient Templar artifact which swiftly becomes the ransom for his loved ones and the object of a mercenary hunt. 

If you gave some of your characters an opportunity to speak for themselves, what would they say?
“Buy the book!”  (No, just kidding…:-) 
The hero would say, “If I had known what the artifact truly was, I would never have accepted the assignment.”
The mercenary monks would say, “We must kill you, but we will later pray for your soul.” 

Do you have plans for a new book? Is this book part of a series?
Solomon’s Men” is actually my third book, but first published.  “The Year of the Ram” and “The Cobra and Scarab” are coming out this fall of 2011.  None are series.  Each is a different time period. “The Year of the Ram” is the first novel I wrote and “The Cobra and Scarab” is the latest.  Hopefully, by end of year all three novels will be out in print as well as e-books.  I’m not sure how they became so jumbled in order of publication, but it has worked out. I believe I wanted to try a modern day setting first, then release the historical fiction works. I also have two ideas for new novels and trying to determine which is best.

What or who inspired you to write?
Good question because I sincerely do not know what or who inspired me to write.  Fortunately, God gave me the ability then turned me loose to see what I would do with it. I seem to have always had the need to write novels, to write the stories swirling within me.  I believe writers write because they must, not simply because they want to.

Would you like to giveaway a copy of your book on this blog?  If you would like to review a copy of this ebook please leave a comment and your email address in the comments box.
Yes, that would be a nice thing to do for my first interview since returning to writing.  I would only ask for the reader’s review in return. You devise the method of selecting a recipient among all of your readers and I will give that person a paperback copy of “Solomon’s Men.”

How did you come up with the title and cover design?
Being a lover of history as well as a member of the Masonic Order, the Templar Knights provided me with the historical background and origin of name I wanted (even though the title is not based on King Solomon.)  From that I created a secret Templar Order called SOLOMON’S MEN.
As for the cover design, my artistic son created it for me to send to the publisher as the general idea of what I wanted.  After the publisher saw it, they said it was good enough to use – so we retained his design -- AND I am happy to say that he also designed the cover for my novel “The Year of the Ram.”  I’m very proud of that fact too!

Have you based any of your characters on someone you know, or real events in your own life?
As I wrote “Solomon’s Men” I kept the actor Antonio Banderas in mind for the lead role when the movie is made. (Hey, you’ve got to dream, right?)  But, no, I haven’t made characters based on any particular person I know.  They are often a conglomerate of the people I’ve met, worked with, disliked, or heard stories about through the years.  As for including real events from my life, yes, they are woven throughout all of my writings in some form or another. I think every author does that.  My wife always says that she sees me in the books (especially SOLOMON'S MEN) even though I never intentionally attempt to do so.
My experiences in the Marine Corps, as a police officer, a career as a security manager for a major global oil corporation, and having been a security consultant, provide me with sufficient realistic background for any novel I may choose to write.

What books have most influenced your writing most and why?
I have always enjoyed a variety of books – “The Agony and the Ecstasy,” “The Fifth Profession,” “First Blood,” “The Assyrian,” “River God,” “The Wolf’s Hour,” and more.  But “The Wolf’s Hour” by Robert McCammon was a book given to me by a published author/friend when I first officially began to write. She suggested I fully read the book for his manner of constructing action scenes, dialogue, and so forth.  I did, and it was an excellent book to read as well as being educational.    

Is there an Author that you would really like to meet?
I have corresponded a few times with David Morrell, but never met him in person.  Through his communications I can easily tell that he is a good man, both kind and gracious, as well as being a superb author. His friends are a long list of “Who’s Who” yet he talks to you as if he were your neighbor, not down to you as many highly published authors of his status have been known to do. I believe David Morrell would be the one author that I would like to meet in person, sit and have a relaxed conversation with over coffee or Jack Daniels – or both depending upon how long the meeting would be.  

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover?
                Since my return to writing I have realized so much has changed in the publishing world that it is almost difficult to comprehend.  So many doors are open now that either never existed before or were welded shut. Big publishing houses used to control the market on everything, almost dictating their whims, but the gates have sprung open and the horses are out and running!
            I grew up being a “paperback” person so I’m inclined to favor them.  Hardcover books were always out of my price range until they hit the “bargain shelves” at the book stores.  And ebooks are something I am still trying to understand because you can go from writing “The End” to an ebook and reader “Download” within a few days.  So I will rank paperbacks as being first in line with ebooks coming in second. 

Where do you prefer to buy your books?
            I buy my books wherever I find a good book that interests me.  I wish there were more small, independent bookstores near me because it is such a good feeling to go in and talk books with the shop owners…I prefer to physically hold a book, browse through the pages, and make a decision to buy in that manner rather than select at random online.   But, I have purchased more than my share of books online.

Are you a self published (Indie) Author?
            Yes.  All three of my books.  That’s not to say I have stopped the quest to obtain an agent again and be published by a major publishing house, but since I am returning to writing, I am going the self published route for now.  And I feel quite good about it too because of the marketing changes and social media avenues that are available today compared to years ago when I started writing.

Have you ever read a book more than once?
            Many times!  Some of the books have yellow pages now and are falling apart, but every year or so I will pull one book out and read it as if it were brand new to me.

Is there a particular movie that you preferred over the book version?
            No, not that I can recall.  I enjoy movies, and having a son with a film degree and background keeps me abreast of the latest information (plus trivia) about cinema.  I watch movies for entertainment, not to compare them to the book.  Movies generally differ tremendously from the book, so I accept each on their own merits.

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)?
            I just completed a re-read of “River God” by Wilbur Smith in paperback. My wife used to read paperback and hardcover, but now reads all of her books in ebook format.

What book do you know that you will never read?
            I try to “never say never” so I don’t have to later eat my words.  I’ve read my writer friends’ romance novels, biographies, all types of books.  So, for now, I can’t say that I would never read a specific book.  There is some form of knowledge to gain from every book as long as we remain open-minded. 

Are there any new Authors that have grasped your interest and why?
            I am like everyone else, always on the lookout for a new author and new book that grabs me and won’t let go until I completed reading their novel.

Is there anything you would change in your last book and why?
            I believe an author, if given the opportunity, would continuously go back and rewrite parts of their books.  I was once told that a book is never finished until jerked out of a writer’s hands because a writer will just keep re-working it…always trying to polish one more scene, one more page.

Do you have a book trailer?  Yes - see below

What are your thoughts on book trailers?
            Book trailers are something new to me.  You-Tube has definitely opened the marketing field for them.  If done right, a book trailer can make you want the book -- but a poorly made trailer runs the risk of ruining your opinion of the book even when the book might actually be fantastic in its own right.

Do you have any advice for other writers?
1.    Write.  Do not talk about writing a book, write it – and finish it.
2.    Write from personal experience and months of dedicated research on your subject matter.
3.    Never underestimate the intelligence level of your readers.  You never know what expert will read your work and be turned off because you didn’t know what you were writing about.
4.    Write from the heart, with passion, fury, and love.
5.    Get an honest opinion. When you ask someone to read your work, be prepared for a bad review. To your family, you are always going to be Hemingway – but you need to bleed, so get an unbiased, non-related, qualified person to review your work and give an honest evaluation. And don’t get mad if someone says it needs work in a dozen arenas.
6.    Don’t be afraid to re-write. Don’t be afraid to throw out a sentence, paragraph, or even a chapter if the writing doesn’t add to the story and move it along.
7.    Be prepared to meet good authors, the type that talk to you – and be prepared to encounter the authors that will talk down to you because they see themselves as God’s gift to literature.
8.    If you make the big time in writing, always remember you started small. Keep your feet on the ground and always reach for the stars.
9.    And last, always carry a small journal with you to write down your thoughts or observations about a location, event, people, etc.  You might find yourself even writing a scene in the journal that later can be transferred to a book.

What is the best advice that you have ever been given when it comes to writing?
            “Write what lies in your heart – then edit like hell!”

Do you write under a pen name? No.

Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
            Do orange, fluffy-haired, house shoes with big rabbit ears and a leopard skin patterned speedo count?  PJ’s only, huh?  Well, thankfully, you can wipe those mental images away.  The worst I’ve been dressed while writing was wearing my gym shorts and a ragged tee-shirt because I intended to later go to the gym.  

Cats or dogs?
            No cats.  We don't seem to get along.  But, I have a two and a half year old, 93 lbs, Labradoodle named Willie.  Matter-of-fact, as I write this he’s sleeping up under my chair so close that I can’t move.

White wine or red?
            Nope.  Jack Daniels “Gentleman Jack.”

Coffee or tea?
            Coffee with cream and sugar, please.

Favorite food?
            Mexican food. (What can I say, I’m from Texas :-)

Vanilla or chocolate ice cream?
            Either. Unfortunately, they both equally add to the beltline.

What do you normally eat for breakfast?
            I have a bad habit of skipping this meal because I jump up and start my day rushing about.  I know it’s the best meal for you health-wise, but if I do eat, then it would be coffee and breakfast tacos (eggs, sausage, etc, rolled into a tortilla.)

Laptop or desktop for writing?
            I use both, always making sure that I keep my documents updated on both machines through a program which uploads and downloads to each computer as they are turned on.  It allows me to stay current. FREE Program is called “Dropbox” and allows me versatility to move between either. It's a free program and great when moving between computers.

Where do you prefer to do your writing?
            Generally, I write only in my home office, but the kitchen table comes in a tight second. (It allows me to spread research material out to easily review.  But doesn't make my wife too happy.) And I’m one of those nocturnal writers who prefer to write late at night. Daytime remains for research and general paperwork.

If you were deserted on an island, who are 3 famous people you would want with you?
            I hate these questions.  Always reminds me of a shrink asking a patient what they see in the ink splotches.  There are so many pros and cons to making this selection that I believe I will pass because depending up what day and mood I’m in, I would probably change my selection of people.  And if the island was beautiful, and I didn’t take my wife along, I would NEVER hear the end of it upon my return home! J  

One of your favorite quotes –
            “It is the internal, not the external which makes a man.”

List 3 of your all time favorite books?
            “The Agony and the Ecstasy,” “The Assyrian,” and “The Wolf’s Hour.”

List 3 of your all time favorite movies?
            Tough question because I like so many.  “Tears of the Sun,” “The Searchers,” “Hombre,” “Gladiator.” (okay, I know that’s four but - )

What is a movie or TV show that you watched recently and really enjoyed?
            I dislike the flood of reality shows on TV so I mainly watch History channel, Discovery Channel, and such.  One of the last movies I watched was “Sherlock Holmes” with Jude Law and Robert Downing. I also enjoy foreign and independent movies such as “Mongol.”

Where can your readers follow you?

My blog:  I intend to setup a blog on my website, www.GlennStarkey.net  
My facebook page: Glenn Starkey
My Goodreads author page: To be setup in the future.
Twitter: @GStarkeyBooks
Other: www.GlennStarkey.com  (Excerpts to my books are available on my website.)

Smashwords: Not yet…soon.
Other:  My website has a Contact Me section.

How do you feel about readers contacting you?
            I encourage readers and writers (both aspiring and established) to write me with whatever they wish to discuss.  I know from a personal standpoint that I truly appreciate a well known author taking the time to reply to me.  Hearing from readers allows me to better understand my writings, plus I always learn something new.  Good feedback is extremely valuable to me. 

Is your book in Print, ebook or both?
Solomon’s Men” is in print and ebook
“Year of the Ram” and “The Cobra and Scarab” will be coming out by end of this year, 2011, both in print and ebooks.



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