Welcome to another installment of Author to Author. Today I have the pleasure of chatting with Shannon Leigh Rivera. Shannon writes Young Adult and New Adult stories. Her story Selkie is available in the Seven Deadly Sins: Envy and Lady of the East appears in the Seven Deadly Sins: Glottony. Both are available on Amazon. Her novel, Of Rebels and Ruin, will be out late in 2017.
Because my dear friend Milli Gilbert decided I needed a challenge just because I wasn’t writing on Sunday night. She said:
Here is the opening to a different telling of Robin Hood.
Marian tugged at the sleeves of her dress. They were too tight. They were always too tight. She could barely move in them, and could hardly be expected to draw a bow or punch a guy.
It’s time once again to introduce you to another fabulous Author. I’ve recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Sue Seabury. While she can’t pull a VW bus with her eyelids or play The Star Spangled Banner on a nose flute, she does have the amazing talent of putting words in order to make fun stories. I give you: Sue Seabury:
We all know the fun part is writing,
I’m going to tell you a story. It happened. I know. I was there. It just might not have happened exactly the way I’m going to tell it. It’s been a while and memory… well memory is a bit on the flexible side. Not to mention some of the real facts are just plain boring, so I spiced them up a bit.
Once upon a time, some years ago, I left my Christmas shopping for the last minute.
Hello and welcome back to another Author to Author interview.
This month, I have the great pleasure of sitting down with H. T. Lyons, a masterful spinner of tales who’s always looking into the future, seeing what could be, what should be and what might be. He doesn’t use crystal balls or tea leaves. He looks for trends and technology, using the art of logic to take what he sees now and project into the future.
In my monthly series here, I’ve been delighted to interview some up and coming authors. Next up is Kalen Cap. Kalen not only writes delightfully complex novels, but is active in other areas. It makes it all the more special that he spared some time to sit down and answer a few of my questions.
Without further ado, I’d like to welcome Kalen Cap.