Today we finish up the tour with a character interview with Liori Aviner, ‘Til the Last Petal Falls’ Lumiere character. This stop takes us even across the pond with L.M. Steel, a new author from the UK!
Stay tuned next month for a new incentive for readers of my debut novel, and more news about my second!
Today, I get interviewed by Michael Brookes, author of The Cult of Me and Conversations in the Abyss. This interview is all about my writing, how I get into the mood for it, and some of my biggest influences!
Well, it’s been a blast everybody! I’m glad that I got this awesome opportunity to tour around a couple of great blogs and meet some new potential readers, as well as take the time to really examine myself as a writer, and my book as a product.
So for my last stop, we have something most dear to my heart- On Day by Day I talk about my own faith and how I came to see how domestic violence is incompatible with a Christian worldview. Whether or not you subscribe to this particular belief, I know that many of us have been affected by the ways that religious doctrine can be used to keep people in bad situations. I hope that my arguments for the unacceptable nature of abuse in the Christian tradition will at least release women of that faith from their bondage- and give other tips on how to explain to victims they might know why they are allowed to leave their attackers.
In one of the last stops of the tour, I take a moment on The Lindsay Show to talk about the power of re-tellings specifically, which may give you a glimpse at how I finally decided on re-telling Beauty and the Beast as my first serious project.
Today in our tour, we get to meet one of my personal favorite characters- Chip Mettling! Only one more week left in this book blog tour, don’t forget to check up on all of the stops and learn all you can about this debut novel!
You’ve seen her talk about her book, Sub Rosa, on my blog (her genderbent version of Beauty and the Beast), and now Mia Darien takes the time to ask me about myself! Click here to learn more about me, my writing, and my plans for the future.
…wishes are children! Today, on the inspirational blog of Omar Kiam, I took the time to ponder the power that fiction has– for good or ill- over our lives. A trigger warning: I discuss domestic violence in this post.