I'm thrilled to announce my opportunity to appear as a guest on NETDRAG, a Podcast interview and discussion show better for writers than Leno and Letterman. I hope you'll give it a listen and let me know what you think: Here's where to find it:
I know you'll find it as informative, interesting and as much fun as I did.
Yes, Ken, I had the pleasure and honor to be an invited guest on the NETDRAG Podcast and loved it. What a terrific idea to give authors an opportunity to talk about this writing addiction in detail and at length! We talked about the publishing industry in general and even divulged a few secrets we wouldn't normally get to talk about in normal venues. Plus, it was a helluva lotta fun. I hope a lot of people listen in at:
I wasn't aware of my status here, Ken. Thanks for the heads up. I'll have to see about changing it from member to author. As for female fans knocking down my front door, there's no need. I leave it unlocked for just such occasions.
Earl, you old son of a gun! I just finished sending a message to Shane, about how he's listed here in CrimeSpace as a "member" but not as an "author" and the same holds true for you. I think maybe you guys flubbed up when you did your sign up. Or maybe you just didn't want all those female fans knocking down your front door with a battering ram? Hehe.
Thanks for the note, L.J. I wish I had a better face to put with the name, but we have to go with what we've got. The psychic element was interesting to write into the story, but poor Adam has to rely on good old fashioned police work more. I actually rewrote the story once without the psychic part, but then put it back in. It made the story much more fun. Best wishes to you. Earl
Thanks, Earl. And thanks for coming over to my page for a visit, too. The Citizens' Police Academy has been an incredible experience. I expected it to be interesting, but it's really changed my way of thinking. Not to mention my writing!
Thanks, Beth. I was happy to be part of that project. I'll be reading Basket Case soon. I'm in the middle of another book now, so I loaned it to an avid reader friend. I told her if her dog chews on it, I'll kill her. The dog, too. Best of everything to you. Earl
Hey, Bret! Great hearing from you. It's been a long time. The hat's fine, and while I have it in hand, let me offer a tip of the Stetson to you for making the semi-finals of the contest on Amazon. That's big time and I have a hunch you're going to go all the way. Good luck and keep up the good work.