Interview with Indie Author: Chris Mentzer

Meet Chris Mentzer, author of The Askinar Towers: Nexus of the Worlds, a YA Portal Fantasy available on Amazon and Kobo.


Tell me as much as you can about yourself in only one sentence.
Married with children serving a Life sentence in Retail.

Cat person, dog person, or I forgot to feed my fish, and it died?
We have all three in the house including others. There are days when I feel like I live in a zoo. Overall, I’d say I was a dog person. Just don’t tell the cats…shh!!

Do you have a day job?
Since 1996 I’ve worked in the retail industry. Every few years, I change departments to keep the job fresh and interesting. It pays the bills and sometimes fuels inspiration for stories.

Coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks, or I’m so undercaffeinated it’s frightening!
I’m predominately a coffee drinker, even in the Summer time at temperatures of 120 degrees outside. I’ve all but given up soda except the occasional one when getting takeout. Coffee has kept me writing for a number of years, but I haven’t lost sleep due to caffeine.

Pantsed or outlined? How do you tackle a new story?
I do a little of both leaning more towards outline, if you want to call it that. I’ll have an overall view of the story, and some general plot points, but then I let the characters take me where they will. It’s developed some interesting ideas.

What’s the toughest criticism you ever got?
Back in 2005, I entered my first NaNoWriMo challenge (50K words in 30 days). I told a good friend of mine at work about it and he tried to talk me out of it. Basically, he said, I’d crash and burn and that there would be no way I could do it. It hurt a little to think that a friend would tell me this, but I used it as determination to do the challenge anyway.

Although I didn’t reach the 50K, I reached my personal goal of 25K and was very glad I attempted it. Had I listened to him, I would have spent the next 11 months wondering “What if?” Plus, I wouldn’t have written book 1 of my trilogy.

Life is full of hard choices. Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf?
Definitely a hobbit! I consider them the underdog in stories and my current WIP has a collection of them (halflings, that is). I can see myself living in a small tight-knit community, in a Hobbit hole, but also having the desire to see the world!

Tell us about your latest or upcoming novel:
Nexus of the Worlds is the first book of my trilogy being released on Jan. 31, 2014. The series is called The Askinar Towers and is written in the tradition of The Wizard of Oz.

What does your favorite protagonist think about you?
My favorite protagonist is Jarryd McCallen from my current WIP. He’s a former thief serving a thirty-day sentence in a tavern. What he thinks of me is that I’m a lazy good-for-nothing loser who won’t finish his book!

Light side, dark side, or tragically caught on the edge of both worlds?
I truly believe there is both in all of us. I mean, even the most positive, outgoing individual has had dark thoughts at one time or another. The same can be said about the other side. What? Yes, I know it doesn’t fully answer the question about me. Let’s discuss this over some coffee. Wait here while I fire up the chainsaw.

E-reader, print book, audiobook, or a combination?
I began reading print books back in the day when e-anything wasn’t in exisitence. Recently, I’ve been reading a lot of e-books and mostly from indie authors. It’s my main resolution for 2014, read more books by indie authors.

What do you do when you aren’t writing?
If I’m not reading, I’m referring my children. Every once in a while I’ll go hiking out at Superstition mountains or around Saguaro Lake. It’s quiet, peaceful and a great scenery for inspiring the writer’s mind

Tell us about your cover art: Who designed it? How did you choose a direction for it?
Hanna-Riikka Kontinaho designed the cover for book 1. Since I first began this writer’s journey back in 2005, I’ve always wanted a custom-made cover that featured the towers, which are the overall setting of the trilogy. When I first published with a P.O.D. (Print on Demand), I didn’t have money for a slick cover, so I took pictures of my daughters (the main characters are based on them) and used them for the covers. But none of them said, “Fantasy” or “set in a tower”.
When I decided to self-publish in December, 2013 I remembered Hanna, as she had done work for another indie author. I contacted her, gave her my ideas, and she really took off with it. She exceeded my expectations for book 1 and we’re currently finishing the cover for book 2. She will also be doing the cover for book 3.
 Share a favorite quote or small excerpt from your latest work.
This is from chapter 14 of book 1: Nexus of the Worlds.

“Oh, this is Miss Gatling, my personal secretary.  She goes everywhere with me.” 

Mercedes held out her hand.  “Charmed, I’m sure.”  She smiled sweetly. 

Seavers studied her for a moment and thought she looked familiar.  “Have I had the pleasure, Miss Gatling?”

“I don’t believe so,” she replied. “I have one of those common faces that everyone is familiar with.”  Johnny thought it strange that she lapsed into a southern accent.  The last time he’d heard such an accent was from comedian Charlie Newell, a regular of the vaudeville stage.

As if satisfied with that response, Seavers invited them in and proceeded to the parlor.  Johnny gave Mercedes a look as that seem to ask “what are you doing,” and she shrugged her shoulders as if she wasn’t sure herself.

“Please wait here,” said Seavers.  “I will inform Lord Raleigh of your presence.”  Seavers bowed again and as he departed the room, he turned and backed out while closing the double doors.

“Where did that accent come from and why did the butler seem to recognize you?” Johnny demanded.

“The accent was a fluke,” she replied in her normal tone.  “As for his recognition?  I don’t know.  Maybe I reminded him of an old girlfriend or something.”

Butlers don’t have girlfriends,” Johnny announced, as if he were an authority on the subject.

Mercedes feigned surprise.  “Really, Mr. Leoné?  Do tell.  Are you saying he’s not the marrying kind, or that all servants should be single?”

“No, its not—I mean he should—I—we.” Johnny stumbled for an explanation but couldn’t produce one.

“Ah! The great detective defeated by a mere woman!” she mused.  “Let’s just say that my venture here this morning paid off.”

My favorite line in this scene is, “Butlersdon’t have girlfriends.” It always struck me funny, as we never know what the staff does on their own personal time.

I can tell you’re hiding something interesting from me. Fess up now, and I’ll go easy on you:
Okay, you dragged it out of me. I love Twitter! A few years ago I used to despise it because I couldn’t understand the layout. I’d been on Facebook since ’09 and got into that. But Twitter was a whole different planet. Last May when I began to develop my Writer’s Platform, I took a new interest in Twitter and now I’m a big fan!

I look at the 140 character limitation as a writer’s challenge; even wrote a story on Twitter, one tweet at a time. And I’ve met a lot of great people, fellow writers, on Twitter whom I probably wouldn’t have met if I chose to ignore it.           

Thanks for dropping by my blog! Find out more about Chris Mentzer via author blog, story blog, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ account, or check out The Askinar Towers: Nexus of the Worlds on Amazon or Kobo!
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Interview with Indie Author: Jason Cantrell

 Say hello to Indie author Jason Cantrell, who wrote Manifestation (Coming in 2014) and Radiance(short story), both Urban Fantasy

Tell me as much as you can about yourself in only one sentence.
I’m a graduate of Rowan University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Writing Arts with a minor in Communication studies, currently pursuing my Master of Arts in Writing, and author of the upcoming book series Arcana Revived, who also enjoys reading, gaming, movies, and naughty jokes, and who can turn “only one sentence” into infinite length with sufficient use of commas.
Do you have a day job?
Only until the day I work up the nerve to quit and focus purely on my writing full time.
What’s the toughest criticism you ever got?
Someone read an excerpt of my work, lowered the pages, and simply said, “This is awful.”
What’s the biggest compliment you ever got?
I once wrote a poem so disturbing that I received an email from my school’s Counseling and Psychological Services Centerasking me to contact them immediately because they were concerned for my safety.
Life is full of hard choices. Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf?
An elf. I’d rather be gorgeous, magical, and live forever than have a bottomless stomach and hairy feet.
Tell us about your latest or upcoming novel:
Manifestation is an urban fantasy story about the return of magic to a modern world. There are disastrous consequences when powers manifest that no one understands, and no one can control.
Radiance is a short story that serves as a preview of that world and tells the story of how a young girl is granted her powers for the first time.
Share a favorite quote or small excerpt from your latest work.
From Radiance:

The light banished the cold wind as it reached her. It touched her and warmth spread through her, suffusing through every inch of her body. As it entered her body she felt a divine awakening. It filled her with an assurance from within that this was something good and pure, something brought into this world by hope and faith. It was an omen, and she felt it penetrate her, filling her with heat and energy until she felt ready to burst.
Then the clouds broke, and a glittering snow began to fall. Carried on luminous wings, the flakes drifted to the ground with grace beyond nature. They sparkled in the sky, each frozen crystal glowing from within with a power not of this world.

What does your favorite protagonist think about you?
Gabby: “He’s horrible! You wouldn’t believe the things he’s put me through! And he doesn’t care how much it hurts or how much I want my life back, as long as it serves his almighty plot.”
E-reader, print book, audiobook, or a combination?
I still read print books almost exclusively. I have issues with e-readers due to how all my other electronic devices (cell phone, portable gaming devices, etc) run out of battery power when I’m in the middle of something, and how they become obsolete after a few years and need to be upgraded (which also leads to me losing access to my old apps/games). A print book needs no battery and will never be obsolete.
What do you do when you aren’t writing?
I eat, I sleep, I go to work, and in between I write. It’s pretty much all I do. If you find me on twitter, I’m complaining about how I should be writing.
Do you stick to one genre or switch it up?
I mostly write fantasy, but I’ve dabbled in Sci Fi. I have a draft of a time travel novel that I wrote years ago but never got around to revising or turning into a worthwhile story.

Pantsed or outlined? How do you tackle a new story?
I’m a big pantser. I usually have one or two big goals in mind in a story, and know those events are what I’m working towards, but I have no idea how to get to them. This might lead to me starting at Point A and knowing what Point G and Point M are going to be, with no clue how to fill in the letter in between.
  
Tell us about your cover art: Who designed it? How did you choose a direction for it?
The cover for Radiance was designed by an indie artist named Ravven. We collaborated on every stage of the production; she suggested ideas and I picked what I liked best, then she provided some mock-ups for me to choose between, then a variety of fonts for me to pick from, and so on. I loved working with her because of her talent, professionalism, and creative ideas, and I plan to hire her for Manifestation as well.
Predict the future: Yours or mine, I’m flexible.
I predict that you will post this interview on your blog.
Aliens have conquered Earth and are forcing you to give up either reading or writing. What’s it going to be?
I’d give up reading and then write a manifesto that the rest of the world can read, with instructions on how to form rebel groups and start an uprising to overthrow our alien overlords. Then once the rebellion is over I’ll catch up on the reading I missed out on.
I can tell you’re hiding something interesting from me. Fess up now, and I’ll go easy on you:
Fine. You caught me. I confess. I like to wear women’s clothing. Happy now?
Why do you write?
Why not?
Thanks, Jason, for a fun interview, and I applaud your psychic abilities! 

Radiance can be found on Amazon or Smashwords, and you can connect up with Jason Cantrell via his Blog, Website, Facebook, Twitter:@cantrelljason, and Goodreads.

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Interview with Indie Author: M. K. Clinton

Say hello to Indie author M. K. Clinton, who writes humor, including The Returns and The Returns 2~Showstoppers, available on Amazon.

Tell me as much as you can about yourself in only one sentence.
I am a happily married mother of two grown children along with one spoiled Basset Hound and enjoy writing, blogging, laughing, and not taking life too seriously.

Share a favorite quote or small excerpt from your latest work.  
“The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.

I justmight have an overuse word problem. I just can’t help myself. There are just times when I just need to just express myself. What’s your biggest writing hangup?
I absolutely hate commas!  If it were up to me, readers would just pause where they want to pause without me putting a comma in place.  Can we arrange that?

Cat person, dog person, or I forgot to feed my fish, and it died?
I had one cat for over 20 years but I am definitely a dog person.  My blog is “Barking from the Bayou” and focuses on dog issues.  The Returns series does have cats in them but dogs outnumber them.

Explain your editing process using personification or hyperbole:
I start out with a book the size of War & Peace and end up with a book the size of its Cliff notes.

Do you have a day job?
I write during the day.  Oh, did you mean a job that provides me a weekly paycheck?

Coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks, or I’m so undercaffeinated it’s frightening!
That would be coffee, espresso, coffee, espresso, repeat…

Pantsed or outlined? How do you tackle a new story?
I write what the characters say and do as it happens in my mind’s eye.  It is not planned although I have a general idea the direction I want the storyline to take.

What’s the toughest criticism you ever got?
Criticism…I don’t understand the question. : )

What’s the biggest compliment you ever got?
I had a reader tell me that my book made her laugh and forget the pain she was feeling as she recovered from breast cancer surgery.

Life is full of hard choices. Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf?
I would have to choose an elf.  They seem a happier group of wee folks.

Tell us about your latest or upcoming novel:
The Returns gang is back in New Orleanson the trail of a bomber.  They still eat too much junk food and their guardian angel, Faith hasn’t improved her cooking skills.  As in the other two books, the story is full of fun, friendship, and laughter as they fight crime.

What does your favorite protagonist think about you?
Since my protagonists are based loosely on my dogs, it would be difficult to pick a favorite.  It’s like choosing a favorite child.  However, they would all agree that I am an awesome pet mom!

Oh, I wanna dance with somebody! Would you dance with me? If so, pick a style of dance you like and the best song to go with it:
I have to sit this one out, I can’t dance, don’t ask me!

Light side, dark side, or tragically caught on the edge of both worlds?
Always the light side, I don’t do dark or tragic…it’s not funny.

E-reader, print book, audiobook, or a combination?
As a former library clerk, I was slow to accept the eReader.  Now, I am hopelessly addicted to the convenience and ease.  I would have to build another room to house my books if it weren’t for the Kindle.

Do you stick to one genre or switch it up?
I enjoy writing humor so I don’t imagine I will vary from that genre.  I do tackle serious issues on my blog but even then, humor will sneak into my writing.
  
Tell us about your cover art: Who designed it? How did you choose a direction for it?

I found a wonderfully talented artist, Holly Madison of Whimsical Graphix to design my second book cover.  After talking with her, we decided to change my first cover so the books kept the “series” look.  She was able to feature my Basset Hound, Bentley on The Returns and my “granddog” Pierre the Westie on The Returns 2 ~ Showstoppers.  Holly read my book to get the feel of the story, listened to all of my ideas, and came up with two covers that represent exactly what I had envisioned.

Predict the future: Yours or mine, I’m flexible.
I feel certain that we will both be featured on the New York Times bestseller list and probably meet on the red carpet when our books are made into Academy Award nominated movies.

Aliens have conquered Earth and are forcing you to give up either reading or writing. What’s it going to be?
I’d have to surrender my Kindle.  I will always have to write and then I’ll just read my own work.  If I don’t write something that I enjoy reading then why would I expect anyone else to read it?  Hey, did I just pull a fast one on the aliens?

Why do you write?
I really enjoy the creating process and my characters make me happy.

Thanks for dropping by M. K. Clinton! I enjoyed our chat and can’t wait to meet up on the red carpet! 

Make sure you take a look at The Returns and The Returns 2. You can also follow M. K. on her Blog, Facebook, Twitter: @mk_clinton , Goodreads, Instagram, and Google+

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Interview with Indie Author: K.M. Kinsley

Today’s interview is with K.M. Kinsley, Indie author of Normal, a psychological thriller available on Amazon.  

Tell me as much as you can about yourself in only one sentence. 
I’m the kind of person who writes about bloody neck slashing while listening to bubblegum pop.

Share a favorite quote or small excerpt from your latest work. 

“I appreciate the concern,” she said, resuming her mopping down the candy aisle, “but no serial killer wants anything to do with me. I’m old and boring. And I smell like menthol.”

Do you have any irrational fears that you can completely justify? 


Fish. You can blame my dad – when I was a kid, he told me how a fish took a big ol’ bloody chunk out of his foot while he was swimming in Hawaii. That was it for me!

I just might have an overuse word problem. I just can’t help myself. There are just times when I just need to just express myself. What’s your biggest writing hangup?

Oh man, you hit the nail on the head here. “Just” is my word-crack.


Share the love with a creative shoutout to your favorite Indie book or author:
George Mahood cycled the length of Britain with nothing to his name but a pair of boxer shorts. Buy his book (“Free Country: A Penniless Adventure the Length of Britain”) so the poor guy can do it with a proper pair of trousers next time.

Cat person, dog person, or I forgot to feed my fish, and it died?

Cat person. I adore dogs, but cats win for pooping in a box and being moody like me. (Just the moody part. I don’t poop in a box.)

Coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks, or I’m so undercaffeinated it’s frightening!

Coffee, tea, and Diet Coke. Actually, the magnitude of my caffeine intake is rather frightening.

Pantsed or outlined? How do you tackle a new story? 

Pantsed. Horribly, recklessly pantsed.

What’s the biggest compliment you ever got? 

Having a reader liken my writing to Dean Koontz’s early work was exciting and very flattering. I might have done a happy dance. Might.

Life is full of hard choices. Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf? 

You don’t want to know how long I thought about this. Hobbit – a hobbit who drinks like a dwarf and dates an elf.

Oh, I wanna dance with somebody! Would you dance with me? If so, pick a style of dance you like and the best song to go with it:

Hell yes! I’m a notoriously ridiculous dancer. Put on ABBA’s “Hole In Your Soul” and let’s go freestyle.


Tell us about your cover art: Who designed it? How did you choose a direction for it?

About halfway through writing the book, the look and feel of the cover just came to me. I designed it, but my sister took the picture and my dad did some Photoshop before I finished it up. (Fun fact: that ominous figure on the cover is me.) 😉 

Aliens have conquered Earth and are forcing you to give up either reading or writing. What’s it going to be? 

Ooh, tough one. But I get sick of myself quickly, so the writing would have to go.

What’s the most unexpectedly strange piece of advice that you could share with aspiring Indie authors? 

Fake it to make it. I’m serious. If you don’t have confidence in yourself, neither will anyone else.

I can tell you’re hiding something interesting from me. Fess up now, and I’ll go easy on you: 

Fine, you got me. I left the body in a storage locker. The key’s …wait, is this going to be posted on the internet where police might see it?

Why do you write? 

To make the voices in my head shut up.

Where do you write? 

Everywhere. I’m pretty sure McDonald’s and Starbucks have me on a “most wanted for taking up tables” list. Someday (she says dreamily) I’ll have an office.

Thank you K.M. Kinsley for a fascinating chat! I encourage everyone to take a peek at Normal. You can also connect up with K.M. on her Blog, Website, Facebook, or Twitter


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Interview with Indie Author: Clara Grace Walker

Meet Clara Grace Walker, author of two mainstream romantic suspense novels, Gratificationand Gossip, available on Amazon. Clara grew up knowing she wanted to write.  When not bringing to life her stories of greed, desire and danger, Clara enjoys spending time at the pool, otherwise known as her “summer office.”  She also enjoys scrapbooking, travel and above all, her wonderful family, including her husband, children and two very spoiled cats. 

Despite how lovely she is, I didn’t want to go easy on her in this interview, so I hit her with the hardest and most complex questions first.
Life is full of hard choices. Would you rather be a hobbit or an elf?  
As much as I adore hobbits, I would definitely be an elf.  They are immortal and have the privilege of watching history unfold over long periods of time.  Also, they are tall.  Since I am a bit on the petite side, the idea of being tall has always appealed to me. 
Do you have any irrational fears that you can completely justify?
I am terribly afraid of spiders.  I find my fear justified because they dangle on webs above your head and can drop down on you at any time. 
Cat person, dog person, or I forgot to feed my fish, and it died? 

Animal person.  Except for spiders (and anything that might eat me…lol!)  J  I have had both dogs and cats as animal companions.  Currently, I have two cats.  They are quite pampered.

Oh, I wanna dance with somebody! Would you dance with me? If so, pick a style of dance you like and the best song to go with it:  
I actually love to dance!  I don’t claim to be much good at it, but I love to dance so much that I don’t care how stupid I look doing it.  Today, my friend, we are going to dance the Hustle to Van McCoy’s The Hustle
What does your favorite protagonist think about you?  
Nick, my hero from Gossip, and I have a lot in common.  As such, he generally approves of me.  He does, however, think I should be less wimpy.
Tell us about your latest or upcoming novel:  
Thank you for asking.  Redemptionis the final installment of the Desire Never Dies trilogy and will be published in e-book format on Amazon this spring.  In this novel we meet Earl Grayson and Mindy LePage, two characters who are mentioned in Gossip, without really appearing in the story.  And because this is the final installment of the trilogy, we will also see our previous heroes and heroines in supporting roles.  The story in Redemption takes place inside a rehabilitation facility; one that is not what the doctor ordered, and is, in fact, being run by a woman with some deeply dangerous tendencies.  There will be romance, murder, and a higher body count than in the previous two novels.  Oh, the fun we are going to have! 
Share a favorite quote or small excerpt from your latest work:
I love the following excerpt from my latest novel, Gossip, because of how beautifully it illustrates an important part of the plot, and our hero, Nick’s, response to it: 
Nick nodded in response to Danny’s question.  The front page showed an unflattering photograph of him as he left the police station, punching Peter Arnold in the jaw.  The story that followed was filled with rumor and innuendo, also unflattering, quoting unnamed sources who fingered Nick as the prime suspect.  A small inset picture of Janelle’s corpse outside the country club accompanied the story inside.  He’d nearly lost his breakfast seeing it.  “Yes.”  Words finally found him.  “I’ve seen it.”
What’s the toughest criticism you ever got?  
I once had an agent tell me my book, (not one that I’ve published), was full of, “low-class elements” and that my heroine was, “trailer trash.”  Ouch!
What’s the biggest compliment you ever got?  
Getting a 5-star rating from someone who’s read one of my books.  I find the readers’ opinions to be the ones that matter most.  J
Tell us about your cover art: Who designed it? How did you choose a direction for it? 
I designed all of my book covers.  J  I had a very specific vision of what I wanted for each of the covers.  I chose to focus on a woman in a bikini to emphasize the sensuous nature of the stories; and to provide each book in the trilogy with enough similarity on the cover to showcase them as a “set” of stories.  In order to make each cover unique, however, each one also has something going on that is more specific to the title of each book.  I’d also like to give a shout-out to Kelsey von Wormer of Von Wormer Photography, who is responsible for taking the actual photos and bringing my vision to life!


Share the love with a creative shoutout to your favorite Indie book or author:

I’m going to break the rules just a bit here and give more than one.  J  Lots of author love to Jack Hayes, Mick Mears, Lorna Suzuki, Mike Wells and Elizabeth Marx.  Also lots of author love to Dave Goodlove, who is writing a romance novel in blog form.  I’m looking forward to adding B. A. Wilson to my list of favorite Indie authors. 
Predict the future: Yours or mine, I’m flexible.   
This prediction is for both of us.  I predict you are going to finish your novel and publish it…and then I am going to buy it!!

Ahh! Flattery will take you far in life, Clara Grace Walker! Thank you for agreeing to bare your writer soul on my blog today. Clara’s books, Gratification and Gossipare available on Amazon  I would like to encourage all of you to connect up with her on her Blog, at her Website, through Facebook, on Goodreads, or at Amazon Author Central. She’s especially delightful via Twitter, so be sure to follow her there.

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It’s Indie Author February!

No, that’s not a thing, but wouldn’t it be cool if it was? I totally made it up, but you know you’re intrigued.   

“I start out with a book the size of War & Peace and end up with a book the size of its Cliff notes.”

“I’m the kind of person who writes about bloody neck slashing while listening to bubblegum pop.”

“I’d rather be gorgeous, magical, and live forever than have a bottomless stomach and hairy feet.”

“I once had an agent tell me my book, (not one that I’ve published), was full of, “low-class elements” and that my heroine was, “trailer trash.”  Ouch!”

“Married with children serving a Life sentence in Retail.”

Those statements will appear on my blog during the month of February, so stop by to figure out who said them and why! Starting February 1, I’ll be posting a brand, spanking new, Indie Author Interview to my blog every 2-3 days.


I asked these hardworking authors a series of interesting, challenging, and totally hilarious questions, and they came through with some really awesome answers.  You won’t want to miss out on psychic predictions or the great debate between hobbits and elves! 

Six posts are already scheduled, but I have 11 authors who plan to participate. Their names link to their blogs and websites, if you’d like to check them out in advance. I’ll update the schedule as the final paperwork comes in. (Drop me an email if you’d like to join in the fun. I could probably squeeze in a few more authors.)

The Schedule:
Feb 4:  K.M. Kinsley
Feb 7:  M.K. Clinton
Feb 16: Lucas Bale
Feb 18:
Feb 20:
Feb 22:
Feb 25:

Feb 28: Nikki Schmutz

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