Friday, July 6, 2012

Like Sands Through the Hourglass... are the days of my blog tour.

Yes, my month-long blog tour for Serenya's Song is winding down. I thought I'd update you on my last couple of stops and a few more cool things.

1. Super-fun-happy-time interview on Stefanie J Pristavu's blog:

2. A Night with Mr. Creepy (Cevil Delmarr)--the last installment of the mini-series, "An Evening with the Cast of Serenya's Song", plus a sweet review:

3. A Very Elvish Interview on fantasy romance author Marsha A. Moore's blog. I took a deeeeeeeppp breath and told her all about Tallenmere's elves:

Plus (don't you love that word), here's another

From Tori Ridgewood, who says: "My immediate response to Serenya's Song is just "wow" -- what an incredible vision Mysti Parker has. She has written something close to an epic here, with brilliant visuals, fantastic plot that continually took me by surprise, intriguing characters..."

She read both A Ranger's Tale and Serenya's Song in about 3 days. I'm so jealous of her reading speed, but thrilled about this superb review. She even listed 5 great reasons why she loved it and why you should too (that last part was my idea):

Now, for you loyal readers who've made it this far (either you're waiting for the coffee to brew or the pizza to bake), I'll end this post with some pictures from the events I attended over the past few days. Prepare for awesomesauce:

My table at Fandomfest--yep, this guy from StrangeHouse Books totally photobombed! 

We ended a great few days
with some fireworks. These are
my three wonderful kiddos.
Happy Birthday America!
Me with award-winning fantasy
author Stephen Zimmer. He helped
coordinate Fanfest. Thanks for a
great weekend, Stephen!
Me and the troll outside Louisville's
Troll Pub, aptly located under
2nd street bridge!
Dale Smith, author of
some of our favorite children's
books at the Horse Cave
Book Fest.
These gals from 2 Dames Bazaar
make some fantastic-looking steampunk wear.

My table at the Horse Cave Book Fest
Look what the elf dragged in!
That's my hubby. He spent all
day Sunday at Fanfest with me.
And this is the fabulous
dragon pendant hubby
bought me at Fanfest.


  1. Love the pendant! Never heard of the Troll Pub -- sounds like fun -- how was the food? (Yeah, I'm all about the food....) ;)

    Marian Allen
    Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes

    1. Troll Pub is awesome! We actually did go for the food, because we were hungry after Fanfest. We had some sort of creamy pasta dish, a little spicy with shrimp and spinach. Very tasty, but very rich. And the beer wasn't bad either :)

  2. You've been such a busy bee lately! I'm so proud of you!

    1. Thanks Lindsey! I'm looking forward, though, to getting back into writing mode. Loralee and Sir Robert are getting antsy. ;)


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