April 28, 2013

Author Interview with Mel Chelsey

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Hi Mel, first of all, could you tell us a bit about yourself.
Sure! I’m a wife, mom and all around gamer chick. I love playing games like World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings online, etc. I’m a fantasy writer and I’ve been writing for a very long time now. (Don’t want to give away my age, you know.)

April 21, 2013

Submission: Judge a book by its cover

You did everything to write a masterpiece and somehow it doesn't sell at all. Even after the huge marketing campaign you only sold a few of them. The reasons for that could be really simple to avoid. It doesn't need to be that the story sucks or that it is full of grammatical errors. Most of the time it is the fault of either the cover, or the blurb doesn't catch the interests of potential readers. 

Don't judge a book by its cover may be true, but so is: I don't give books a chance which can't catch my interest.

Submission: Open Slots for Guestposts and Interviews

Hi fellow bloggers and writers!

I’m offer new opportunity's for people who are looking to write a guestpost or do an interview for my blog to promote themself. Examples can be found here: Guestposts or Interviews

Here you can find the restriction and rules for participate.

April 14, 2013

Author Interview with Genese Davis

Hi Genese, first of all, could you tell us a bit about yourself?

Hi Patrick. Thanks for having me. J I grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico where my interest for equestrianism and flying glider planes blossomed. College whisked me away into fashion, finance, and of course, creative writing! My favorite college highlights include studying abroad in Costa Rica for university business credit, performing in plays, and studying playwriting. 

April 7, 2013

Author Interview with Alex Shaw

Hi Alex, first of all, could you tell us a bit about yourself.
I’ve been a full time stay at home dad during the day and an author at night for the past four years. In that time I’ve published two novels, two novellas, a short story and a stage-play.  I won’t go on about myself but if anyone is interested my biography is in each of my books.

What do you think makes your genre special?
The genre of thriller is the one that I most like to write in, specifically military & espionage thriller. I was inspired by all the SAS books that became popular after the first Gulf War. My Aidan Snow ‘Hetman’ series of thrillers follows the adventures of a former member of the SAS now working as a black operative for MI6 (or SIS to give it its correct title).

April 1, 2013

Avatar The Legend of Korra - What's next? (Part2)

This is the last post about the Avatar Series for a long while, probably till the next season is shown. It was a great experience to write several post dedicated to one whole topic. This way I could remind myself about these great moments and what i liked and the tiniest bits I disliked about the series.

This time I focus a bit more on the "Behind the Scences Part" for the next season, which was a really interesting look. It's cool to see a bit of the process.

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