Monthly Archive: October 2012

Oct 27

Shannon McRoberts – Author of The Daughter of Ares Chronicles Trilogy

As we approach Halloween and the season of goblins, ghosts and other lifeforms that can make your live miserable, for the next few installments, Saturday Six Pack will feature writers from the paranormal, fantasy, and other genres that help us celebrate the season. Today we’re chatting with Shannon McRoberts, author of The Daughter of Ares …

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Oct 20

Saturday Six Pack – Tim Vicary – Author of A Game of Proof

Today’s Saturday Six Pack is with Tim Vicary, author of several books in a wide variety of genres. He’s a very interesting guy and I think you’ll enjoy hearing what he has to say about his approach to writing. So grab a cold one and say hello to Tim. A mother’s worst nightmare – can …

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Oct 13

Saturday Six Pack – Michael Montoure – Author of Permanent Damage

Today’s Saturday Six Pack is with Michael Montoure, short story master, who just launched his latest collection, Permanent Damage. If you like horror and still have bad dreams from some of the spooky stories you heard around the campfire as a child, Michael is your guy. But as you’ll see, like a lot of horror …

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Oct 07

Free Promotion – American Midnight – #1 in my Damaged Posse series – October 12-14

Hi everyone, I’m doing a 3 day free promotion of the first book in my Damaged Po$$e series starting Friday, October 12th and running through Sunday the 14th. If you haven’t checked the series out yet, this is a great no-cost introduction. Please take a second to download the book and enjoy! Reviews, retweets, etc…of …

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Oct 06

Saturday Six Pack – Randall Peterson – Micro Fiction Guru

Today’s Saturday Six Pack features Micro Fiction guru, Randall Peterson…yeah, I know. I was a bit confused by the term when I first came across it. But Randall is one of the leaders in this emerging trend that I must admit I’m still trying to understand and get used to. But to say that he …

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