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- This week’s highlight was an interview with fellow Wicked Writer Gregory Marshall Smith over at Labotomy of a Writer. I finished reading They Call the Wild Muryah and Greg is quite the new talent in Sci Fi writing. The eBook is free on Smashwords and well worth the read!
- There’s an awesome new feature over at Book Chick City. A kinda Cribs for writers that features their writing space. This week, Where Stories Are Made: Tim Waggoner. Haven’t read his books, but they look pretty darn good, so Nekropolis also ended up in my reading queue.
- Over at Writing is About Putting Yourself to Words, How does an unknown author become a Kindle bestseller? Perseverance.
- I’m a new fan of Mark Henry, and he guest blogged over at Vampire Wire this week.
- And, I’ve got to support a Colorado writer in Guest Blog, Chat and Contest with Author Mario Acevedo over at Bitten by Books.
- Book reviews that caught my eye this week, and the books that got added to my GoodReads to-read list:
- Kalayna Price’s Once Bitten and Twice Dead sure have gotten some mixed reviews. Still, I think I might give ’em a try.
- I’ve got high hopes for the hero type I’ve been looking for in this review of Defeat the Darkness. But I’ll be starting with Dark Protector, the first in the Paladins of Darkness series.
- Bible Black because, “Clearly, it’s not for the easily offended. Really, really not.”
- Not new, but the Mageworlds series looks awfully good. I might have to move these one to the top of my read list.
- Being a girl from “sweet home Chicago,” I had to put the first in the Chicagoland Vampire series in my queue base on the review of Friday Night Bites by Chloe Neill over at Bitten by Books
- And last but not least, Darkness on the Edge of Town.
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And…this week I added the following blogs to my watch list: Fantasy Literature & Paranormal Haven. If you’d like me to check out your blog, add a comment below and include a link.