Graeme Reynolds is one of my all time favorite indie authors. He’s got a flair all his own. No one else can give you stories about people frozen statue still with terror, evil priests, vicious werechickens, and a dead wife with a vendetta like Graeme can.
He’s finishing up the final touches on his first novel, HIGH MOOR, and Tonia and I had him on the show this weekend to talk about the proccess behind his writing.
Listen to the show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flashes-in-the-dark-radio/2011/09/18/graeme-reynolds-high-moor
Keep up with Graeme’s updates on his novel, short stories and other projects here:
Tonia Brown invited me over for a friendly jaunt at her blog. You can read the results here:
When you’re really squeezed for time and you think that you can’t get things done, don’t give up! Every yard counts when you’re walking towards the larger goal. See Karly Kirkpatrick’s post:
It’s always great when you come across a new (and positive) review of your work! Since Marradith Ryder is an ongoing story, I always wonder if people are still keeping up with her, or if the readers on the site are newbies who have not read her story before. Either way, I’m always glad to know that someone is reading.
See the latest review from The Web Fiction Guide here:
Tonia Brown interviewed me on Sunday—and of course, like any other time we get together, we had fun!
Have a listen by clicking the link below: