I’m a guest at Parallels site on Wednesday. My topic - At the Heart of What If? (Post is live now!)
RiffTrax Live – Mothra
RiffTrax: Live put on another great show!
Japanese monster movies are just ripe for the picking, so there were lots of great lines.
And of course, the pre-movie show was just as good:
Between Two Fires and Inspiration
I’ve always been inspired by strong heroines, both in fiction and in my own life. What really drew me to writing this story was also the fun of blending fantasy elements within a historical fiction framework, much like The Mists of Avalon, The Witch’s Daughter, and Wolfskin. I think I hit the mark square on the head with that one, because two of those bestselling authors have given me really positive quotes after reading my book (and well the first one’s no longer with us, so you can’t blame me for not getting her approval). Needless to say, the entire work was definitely a labor of love.
I’ve already got the sequel in the publisher’s hands, and have a book tour I’m kicking off for the next few months where I’ll be signing and talking about my novel in person. Thanks again Alex for having me on your site today, and to all you Ninjas out there keep reading and keep writing!
Saxon barbarians threaten to destroy medieval Wales. Lady Branwen becomes Wales’ last hope to unite their divided kingdoms when her father betroths her to a powerful Welsh warlord, the Hammer King…
Release Date: August 23, 2016
Find Between Two Fires at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, Indie Bound, and Thomas Duanne Books
Find Mark at website, blog, Facebook, Goodreads, LinkedIn and Google+
IWSG is September 7. The question of the month - How do you find the time to write in your busy day?
Don’t forget that’s also the day we announce all the details and the judges for this year’s IWSG Anthology Contest!
See Juneta Key’s site for all the details.
Dragons of the Barbary Coast by Roland Yeomans
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Breaking Free (#1) is FREE this week!
Animated Firefly Trailer
My buddy Liz at Laws of Gravity featured this animated Firefly trailer last week, and it’s too cool not to share.
Here’s what Blastr had to say about it:
Artist Stephen Byrne has put together a teaser trailer for a Firefly animated series we really, really wish existed. The art looks great, and he does an awesome job of getting the look of the world and the characters just right. All your favorites are here, and there’s even a heartbreaking little cameo from Wash (R.I.P.). Byrne has been teasing looks at his little art project the past few years, but this is by far the most complete look he’s offered up yet.
Yeah, don’t you wish that was real…?
Have you been to a RiffTrax: Live show? What movie would you like to see them riff? What inspires your stories? Anyone chomping at the bit to know the theme for this year’s IWSG Anthology Contest? And would you watch an animated Firefly show?
Don’t forget to visit the Parallels site!
I will be on vacation Thursday through Sunday, so I’ll be responding to emails and replying to comments only those days.