Enjoy a #pirate adventure? Check out Vann Gellis: The Birth of a Pirate #thriller

Vann Gellis: The Birth of a Pirate (Vann Gellis – Pirate of the Gods Book 1) by Larry B. Litton Jr The first installment of Larry B. Litton Jr.’s long awaited series, The Pirate of the Gods – chronicles the … Continue reading

Take a dollop of passion, sprinkle with a love triangle and mix it all with true love and you have ANGLES @anglestrilogy

Angles by Erin Lockwood When every relationship has an angle, how can you tell which side is up? Like the dazzling lights of a lighthouse, Sam’s turquoise-blue eyes equally enticed and warned. He was someone she should stay away from… … Continue reading

A journey of discovery – Seven Beyond by @SAtrium #alienrace #scifi

Seven Beyond

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Dr. David Christopher Meenins is a man in search of his past.

Accompanying him on his journey of discovery are the powerful Lady Drasher Elizabeth Tasgneganz, the pedantic Dr. Virgil Augustus Grammario, the mysterious-and possibly alien-Linda Deemer.

Dr. Meenins is haunted by memories of alien places and of a race called the Longists. Together, the group travel to the one place in the world the Longists might reappear: a remote abbey inhabited by an order of nuns known for their wisdom, mystical insight and quality brandy.

Throughout the journey, the specter of David Shanklen looms. Shanklen claimed that he was kept prisoner in an alien zoo maintained by the Longists. Through Shanklen, Dr. Meenins must find the new resting place of the dead.

Meenins’ journey is more like a pilgrimage than a quest. The travelers exchange stories along the way à la The Canterbury Tales, and the discovery of the resting place grows out of their long friendships.

61RegzgmQ6L._SX150_Stella Atrium is author of three fantasy books of the Dolvia saga: SufferStone, HeartStone, StrikeStone.

“Many fantasy stories today are set in Medieval times with castles and horses and magic and princesses needing rescue. Nobody asks, ‘How did these humanoids get here?’ or ‘Why are there so many races of people?’ 

So I wrote a fantasy series with several races (no elves or dwarfs or vampires), except I placed events in today’s world with helicopters instead of horses, and peace-keeping soldiers instead of warriors, and the internet instead of ravens.

Events take place on another planet discovered by a mining interest from Earth led by the Chinese. Other adventurers are from America, France and Australia. They work for a consortium of inhabited planets where people have government, repression, murder for hire, and all the ills of competition in the marketplace.

If you’re tired of castle stories with endless battlefield scenes, try a planet story that reflects our world and the struggles of women living under the burka. Actions that become legend, leading by example, taking the difficult route – all these may be inspirational to young women today who are allowed few privileges at home or at school.” — Stella Atrium

Amazon Profile | Twitter | Website  | Seven Beyond

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When rehabilition is required for the ‘victims’ of #BDSM by @Lance_Lly

The Home of Wayward Girls: Beginnings Book One of a BDSM tale of love, sex and power by Lance Llyn Lance Lyn isn’t just your average stuffy businessman, he’s a billionaire corporate investor who finds investments in alternative sources of … Continue reading

Bad Author Interviews Revisited and it’s…

the turn of
Robert McCarroll

What’s so great about your crap book?

Other
than the fact that it’s my book?  Mad Science, Magic,
Aliens,Superheroes, and no cardboard cut-outs masquerading as main
characters.  Oh, and Masquerade.  Everyone loves Masquerade.




What do you really think about erotica?

As a writer or a reader?


Is it the low of the lows for writers?

No, that distinction belongs to those who ghostwrite for celebrity and/or politician ego projects.


Oooh, I’ve never thought of that group being at the bottom. But that’s what keeps the bricks and motor book stores afloat, I guess.




If
you didn’t have your book professionally edited: What made you think
you’re so perfect that you didn’t need to pay a professional?

Amazon.com
Amazon.uk


What
if I have had it professionally done? 

Then don’t answer the question, doh!

After all my re-writes, after
the editor was done, led to all the proofing error complaints.  I am so
error prone that I’ve had to hire yet another proofreader to deal with
the fallout from my fat fingers.

Yeah, been there, done that. Now I’ve leant you don’t get an editor until your typescript is perfect.




Yawn, so basically
you’re the same as all the rest of the authors on Amazon and you’re the
Next Best Thing. I don’t think so. Come on, tell me why should I spend
time reading YOUR book over more well-received authors?


Because
I’m holding a puppy hostage, and bad things will happen if you don’t
read my book.  Or was I making an army of puppy bombers?  Let me check
my notes.



Is there an author who inspires (perspires) you?


No. 
Not really.  I write to fill the gaps in my entertainment.  If there’s
someone providing that, I’d have no reason to write it.

So you write because there are no other books out there that you like? That’s a good reason to write, and probably means there’s a niche for your book.


Do you think you write better than them?

Yes, of course.  If they were better than me, I wouldn’t be writing.



Is your aim to out-sell them?

Who were we talking about again? 

The writers who inspire you. Keep up!


In
the writing world, have you ever regretted anything i.e written your
own review (or written a bad review on a competitor’s novel), argued
on-line, copied someone else’s idea?

I released an e-book before
it was ready, and ended up unpublishing it out of embarrassment.  It’s
not for sale anymore. To the five people who bought it, I’m sorry.

Ha! 

What qualifications do you have for writing in your genre?

A lifetime of geekdom.

Top qualification, or so I’ve heard.


Many
authors use their qualifications to show off their so-called talents
i.e. crime writers are often coppers (police, for the non-Brits present)
and the book becomes boringly technical. How have you managed to keep
your knowledge low key? Or haven’t you bothered?


I have to keep it at bay or I’d be sued for copyright and trademark infringement.  I don’t have that kind of money.

Must be difficult. Do you wear your cardigans and braces only after dark? 

If
I were to read your book would I have to scroll through lots of
acknowledgements saying how wonderful your book is before I got to the
meat of a story?


Acknowledgements, yes, praising the book, no.  Though you may want to be sure your sanity score is high enough.



What part of the world do you come from?

New York, the real New York, not that city that keeps impersonating New York and sending corrupt politicians to Albany.



What do you think of your government?
Which
one? The corrupt state government, the inept federal government, the
totalitarian bureaucracy or the local yokels?  I guess I answered the
question then.

Don’t sit on the fence!


If your book is set outside England would I
understand your jargon? I mean, fanny means lady front parts NOT
backside, car hood is a car bonnet–everyone knows that, right? Are
British Englishisms/Americanisms/Australianisms etc important in your book? It’s all about identity, isn’t it?


It’s in America, where pants are trousers, not underwear.




Why that shitty title?


I
hit ‘save’ and it asked me to name the file.  I had to name it
something, so I named it after the Main character’s codename.  Then I
promptly went and changed the codename in story, making the title
obsolete before part 5.



Did you run out of ideas?

Yes, how could you tell?  I never found a real title to replace the working title.




If
you were me (you know, perfect) and knew nothing about a person and you
were told to interview them, what’s the one question you would ask?
(answer it).


Would you vote Disestablishmentarian or Bull Moose?  Zombie Teddy for the win!




How long did it take you to complete your book (from idea to publication)?

One year.  One month to write it, eleven to edit it.




If
it took under a year to write: It didn’t take you long to write so does
that mean it is poorly researched, edited and written on a whim?


Research?
Pshaw.  It was written because I get fed up writing a serious take on
the Superhero Genre, so I wrote a light and fluffy embrasure of the
conventions.  Only I’d been writing Grimdark to sell to the Black
Library, and ‘Light and Fluffy’ turned into “First person narrator tried
to console abused child while the narrator is dying from being impaled
on a steel rod.”  Yeah… I missed the lighthearted romp target by a
mile.



If it took over a year to write: Does that mean this book is boringly long and laborious to read?

Not at all, it’s only 107,000 words.  Those 11 months were pure, unadulterated laziness.

Yeah right, I’m a writer too remember, so I know what it’s like. Those eleven months were full of pacing, tearing out hair, drinking, sitting bolt upright in bed with a sudden idea and waking your partner, punching walls, forgetting to eat, forgetting you have kids. My scenario: Child: ‘Mummy, what time’s dinner? I haven’t eaten in a week.’ Me: ‘Eh? Who are you and how did you get into my house?’

Do you have any bad habits, or stupid rituals you HAVE to do in order to write?

I
have to have a computer, I have to be alone, and I have to have
background noise, preferably music, because anything with a plot will
distract me.




Authors are usually labelled as ‘dreamers’ and
‘loners’. Have you been labelled as such? And what implications do you
think that has on a writer?


No, I’ve been labelled as a
crumudgeon, or cantakerous, because I only interact with people at my
day job.  I say ‘people’ but we’re more like drones.





What do you think of social media (pick one answer): 

  1. Somewhere to advertise my book.
  2. Somewhere to interact with other writers.
  3. Somewhere to find information.
  4. All of the above.


5. ***None of the above***

I find social media to be *redacted* and *expletive deleted**redacted* and a place where *redacted* *expletive deleted*

Does ‘being a writer’ make you feel like an outsider with normal, everyday people such as your family and friends?

Normal? 
You think those people are Normal?  They willingly associate with me
for crying out loud, how ‘Normal’ could they possibly be?

Guess not then. 


Give me the first, middle and end line in your book.

  1. Bureaucracy.  I’d rather take a fist to the face than have to deal with
    the Bureau of Hero Affairs, but then I’d end up having to fill out one
    of the innumerable BHA forms.
  2. “He’s sixteen,” Torquespiral said, “Could you pitch a two million dollar project at that age?”
  3. After all, what would I do with myself?

Thanks, Robert, for being a brilliant amazing thrilling shit interviewee! 

Richard Murray’s Killing the Dead (and me) with this BORING interview

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What’s so great about your crap book? (Don’t want the boring details, a couple of lines is suffice!)
A serial killer free to do as he pleases in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. No boring morality, just fun… for him at least.

What do you really think about erotica? 
I don’t really read it. 
Bet you’re one of those secret readers who hides an erotica title inside a literary novel.

Is it the low of the lows for writers? 
I think it is a genre that sells and sells well. It’s no different than any other genre.
Told ya!

If you didn’t have your book professionally edited: What made you think you’re so perfect that you didn’t need to pay a professional?
I had my mother edit it since she at least is university educated and will do it for free.

Oh-oh, mums are biased. At least, mine is, and loves everything I do.

Yawn, so basically you’re the same as all the rest of the authors on Amazon and you’re the Next Best Thing. I don’t think so. Come on, tell me why should I spend time reading YOUR book over more well-received authors?
Well because I slaved over that book darn it! Or perhaps because it is a little bit different from the rest. Serial Killer in an apocalypse, what’s not to love?
I must admit, it does sound interesting.

Is there an author who inspires (perspires) you?
No one in particular.

Do you think you write better than them? 
Nope I am still learning and happy to improve.

Is your aim to out-sell them? 
No.
You’re too nice. You should wanna out-sell every damn writer out there!

In the writing world, have you ever regretted anything i.e written your own review (or written a bad review on a competitor’s novel), argued on-line, copied someone else’s idea? 
No, I have enough of my own ideas to keep me going for years. I don’t see the point of writing my own review and I would avoid reviewing competitors work because… well they are competitors so it wouldn’t be unbiased.

What qualifications do you have for writing in your genre?
Nope, nothing more than a love or stories.
Emotions of the heart–maybe the best qualification of all!

If I were to read your book would I have to scroll through lots of acknowledgements saying how wonderful your book is before I got to the meat of a story? 
No. Straight into the story and the book ends the same way… am I supposed to acknowledge someone?
Your poor mum who has to edit your frigging book for free! Sheesh!

What part of the world do you come from?  
England
Where all the best writers come from…

Why that shitty title? 
I felt it was appropriate for a book about zombies.
Not very original though, is it?

Did you run out of ideas?

Nope, still plenty of those. 
Just, unfortunately, shitty ones.  

How long did it take you to complete your book (from idea to publication)? 
Somewhere short of three months and a stupendous amount of hours.

If it took under a year to write: It didn’t take you long to write so does that mean it is poorly researched, edited and written on a whim? 

Not at all. My first work is 40k words long. With my average wpm typing skills and the number of hours I spent working on it, I should have had approx 400k words or more so a great deal of my time was spent trying to make it accurate and as error free as possible. 

Do you have any bad habits, or stupid rituals you HAVE to do in order to write? 
I have to be fairly distraction free. Usually sat alone with my computer, cup of coffee, maps, reference documents, character sheets open on one half of my monitor and my main doc open on the other. Some classical music or even the three hour recording of thunderstorms playing. Anything other than that and I will struggle.
Hang on, three-hour recording of thunderstorms? Now, I wonder where people outside of Blighty get the impression that England is full of eccentrics? 

Authors are usually labelled as ‘dreamers’ and ‘loners’. Have you been labelled as such? And what implications do you think that has on a writer? 
Yes I have often been labelled a dreamer and I am a loner by nature. The implication for me is that I struggle with dialogue and character interaction. Perhaps that is reflected in the main character of my work.

Does ‘being a writer’ make you feel like an outsider with normal, everyday people such as your family and friends? 

I have found that it is harder now. I want to talk about writing, about my newest work or reviews. I want to dissect parts of the story and I fear that I am boring the hell out of them.
I get where you’re coming from. Just as well there are lots of writing forums around where we can take it in turns to bore one another.

Describe your perfect death (in case I have to kill you)?

Standing on the Earth as the sun explodes and engulfs the world… likely in a billion or so years from now. I am happy to wait.



Thank you Richard. Now go and buy your mother some flowers, tight git.

Oh no, not another bloody author interview! @outfortune

  First up for the boring author interview revisited is 
Stephen Kozeniewski

 

Amazon.com | Amazon.UK


What do you really think about erotica?
Well, it’s just porn, right? What’s the difference between erotica and porn anyway? Well, I guess people aren’t ashamed to say they watch porn…


Is it the low of the lows for writers?
Nope. That would be monster erotica. Which I guess is a kind of erotica. So yes.


If I were to read your book would I have to scroll through lots of acknowledgements saying how wonderful your book is before I got to the meat of a story?

Nah. The acknowledgements all go at the end.

What part of the world do you come from?  
The U.S. of Motherfuckin’ A., motherfuckers!!!
I’d swear if I lived in America, too.

What do you think of your government?
It seems to be a weird hybrid of the Mafia and a human centipede.


If your book is set outside England would I understand your jargon? I mean, fanny means lady front parts NOT backside, car hood is a car bonnet–everyone knows that, right? Are British Englishisms/Americanisms/Australianisms etc important in your book? It’s all about identity, isn’t it?
Funny old question, that. Although ostensibly my book is set in a dystopian America, the clones do have a lot of uniquely British habits. They go to pubs, play darts, and eat pot noodles. Wait a minute, did you say fanny means frontside? Does that mean a fanny pack is like a tampon in England?

The proper name is bum bag, but that’s something you’d not understand being an American and a guy. Not much going for you, is there?

Why that shitty title?  
As my first 1-star reviewer somehow figured out, I stole the shit out of it. I’ve been desperately praying no one who reads it has ever heard of the Simpsons.

Did you run out of ideas?  
Of course! Why do you think everyone in the bleedin’ book is a bleedin’ clone? (How was that for Englishisms?)
Er, stick to your American drawl, your English stinks.

If you were me (you know, perfect) and knew nothing about a person and you were told to interview them, what’s the one question you would ask? (answer it).
Q: Would you bang Kim Kardashian if she was STD-free?
A: Hell no. Khloe, though…

Wear a condom just in case.

How long did it take you to complete your book (from idea to publication)?  
Like 5 weeks.

It didn’t take you long to write so does that mean it is poorly researched, edited and written on a whim?
Re…search…?

Thanks Stephen. Mind how you go, no really, mind how you go.

BOGOF offer on Aaron Drew’s novel Light Under the House

For TODAY ONLY, when you purchase Light Under the House by Aaron Drew for just $.99 on Amazon.com, with your proof of purchase, Aaron will gift you another book of your choice valued at the same price of $.99, (exluding Erotica). That’s 2 books for the price of 1! So jump on the bandwagon and go get yourself some awesome books!
Send Proof of Purchase to bkwalkerbooks@comcast.net with your Amazon receipt number, and the book of your choice (title and link) and preferred email. Once it’s been verified, Aaron will gift you your book and send you a personal note of thanks.

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Available at Amazon for $.99 

The Levi family has a
secret lying just beneath their house that could potentially ruin them. Light Under the House by Aaron L. and Donna
Dawson
, a story-telling duo that readers are certain to come to love,
chronicles the lives of the Levi family for a generation, taking readers on an
exciting and thought-provoking journey that is certain to leave them with
profound lessons and meaning. This page-turning story is set in the late 1960s
during a period of cultural rebellion, with a flashback to biblical times, as
well as a flash-forward to the 1980s and the present (2005). There is an
ancient evil that will stop at nothing to uncover the secret that the Levi
family is hiding.


The events of this
allegoric novel are interwoven within several themes that create cohesion for
the story. Messages of courage, forgiveness, faith, the power of consequence,
and the hope of redemption are all found within the pages of Light Under the House.

Light Under the House stands out
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its pages is certain to leave a lasting impression on readers, as it is simply
unforgettable.


Night Secrets by BK Walker will also be given for
FREE with proof of each purchase of Light Under The House.

PictureAaron L might be a newcomer
to the creation of fiction but is not one when it comes to the arts and all
things creative. Growing up in places from Seattle to South Africa, he spent a
lot of his time drawing. Aaron always knew that his future lay in a creative
field. In 2010, he graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in
graphic design. Although the usual application of this degree is in the
creation of different types of art and design, Aaron chose instead to focus his
creative skills on the task of storytelling. He lives near Chicago,
Illinois. 
See his website at www.lightunderthehouse.com 

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Literary Fiction @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx2QUPHM00ZN9NS&cdMsgID=MxG7RHX5XVHAKF#MxG7RHX5XVHAKF

Mystery/Hardboiled/Procedural @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx32QOBHER7D0RX&cdMsgID=Mx1K73GYJYJ962Y#Mx1K73GYJYJ962Y

Paranormal Romance @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx3OPNG2YFNLH4T&cdMsgID=MxSPSRTITZT594#MxSPSRTITZT594

Paranormal @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx2LI6SSDHSSOX6&cdMsgID=Mx3LGLM8P8O1BPI#Mx3LGLM8P8O1BPI

Poetry @ http://www.amazon.com/forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_tfp_ef_tft_tp?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdThread=TxPEGXSRXSVYSH

Post-Apocalyptic @ http://www.amazon.com/forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_tfp_ef_tft_tp?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdThread=Tx36ESB1ZVMIZMN

Science Fiction @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx1F00JO8AMTU25&cdMsgID=Mx106R0RMX1TXIL#Mx106R0RMX1TXIL

Short Stories @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=TxQ0G9EAI2KDGA&cdMsgID=Mx280BARWR84BO5#Mx280BARWR84BO5

Suspense @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx21M4A40YT7GY6&cdMsgID=Mx39RCVGFFPQNG5#Mx39RCVGFFPQNG5

Thriller @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx29NG9AICHZ0SU&cdMsgID=Mx2C4ISRFACLPFH#Mx2C4ISRFACLPFH

Time Travel @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx2R5F3XZ3WLE4N&cdMsgID=Mx3D4YTF4FHNN7Y#Mx3D4YTF4FHNN7Y

Vampire Romance @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx2R5F3XZ3WLE4N&cdMsgID=Mx3D4YTF4FHNN7Y#Mx3D4YTF4FHNN7Y

Western Romance @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx2WP8RJIFC34TK&cdMsgID=Mx36LA6R9BEWMXT#Mx36LA6R9BEWMXT

Westerns @ http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=TxXO5XG8MR6GV7&cdMsgID=Mx1UY0L6XE6APP8#Mx1UY0L6XE6APP8

Young Adult @ http://www.amazon.com/forum/meet%20our%20authors/ref=cm_cd_tfp_ef_tft_tp?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2UYC1FC06SU8S&cdThread=Tx31AV7IW1I8KHU