Wednesday, January 6, 2021
Hodgepodge might be a good title for this post, because there’s so much I want to share! I’ve started combining Wednesdays and Thursdays so that I can participate in the Thursday Doors posts, hosted by Dan Antion, and still keep my normal blog schedule. (Granted, during a book launch I’m sharing extra posts, in support of those who are helping me.) Today I’m showing two doors, or Teaganizations of doors anyway.
Doors to Adventure
Today I’m also visiting with the amazing Diana Wallace Peach at her blog, Myths of the Mirror. Diana is interviewing me, and we’re having a blast.
As many of you know, I’ve just launched the first in a collection of serialized novelettes, Dead of Winter: Journey 1, Forlorn Peak. That’s why Diana is interviewing me. She had terrific interview questions, that really bring out different elements in Dead of Winter.
With Dead of Winter, I call the installments Journeys, because the characters travel across the complex world I built, experiencing new cultures and meeting new people. These journeys will publish approximately monthly. Length will range from 30 to 60 pages, or so.
Universal Purchase Links
Pat Alderman at e-Quips — January 2nd. Thank you Pat.
D. Wallace Peach at Myths of the Mirror January 6th. Thank you Diana.
Gwen Plano at Blog Reflections… From the Desk of Gwen Plano January 8th. Thanks Gwen.
Olga Núñez Miret at Author Translator Olga January 12th
Mark Bierman at Adventures on Writing January 12th
Robbie Cheadle at Roberta Writes January 13th
Dan Antion at No Facilities January 14th
John W. Howell at Fiction Favorites January 21st
Miriam Hurdle at Showers of Blessings for Journey 2, coming soon
Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie Shared a lovely review — thank you!
“The Delta Pearl” is on a brief break, but the steampunk riverboat will return!
Thank you for being part of this first “Journey” of Dead of Winter. Hugs on the wing!
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