#SPFBO Author Interview with Amy McNulty
This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with Amy McNulty. Amy McNulty is a freelance writer and editor from Wisconsin with an honors degree in English. She was first published in a national scholarly journal (The Concord Review) while in high school and currently writes professionally about everything from business marketing to anime. In her downtime, you can find her crafting stories with dastardly villains and antiheroes set in fantastical medieval settings. What drew you to
Where Did 2017 Go?
Wow! Where did the time go? We’re almost in 2018 and what a year 2017 has been. This is a great time to plan for what’s coming. To evaluate how the year went and what changes need to be made for next year. It’s been a year of trying new things for me. I entered #SPFBO as a means to network and maybe put my book in front of a larger audience. While my book didn’t make it to the finals, I did see a slight increase in sales and blog traffic from hosting #SPFBO Author Interviews.
#SPFBO Author Interview with Andrea L. Staum
This week, Andrea L. Staum joins us for a #SPFBO Author Interview. Andrea is the author of the Dragonchild Lore series and contributed to several best selling anthologies. She's a trained motorcycle technician with an Associates in Supervisory Management, is an amateur home renovator, and somehow manages to find time to write. She lives in south-central Wisconsin with her husband, three 'unique' cats. What drew you to self-publishing? I get into modes of thinking “hey I can
It's Sneak Peek Week!
It’s Sneak Peek Week! The last one of 2017. What happened to this year? Last time I looked, it was still February, dang it. A Sea Like Glass is coming along. I’m halfway through a complete rewrite, and I love the changes so far. I had hoped to publish this year, but this will be out early 2018. Not sure how early, but before summer for sure. Here’s a taste of what’s to come. Demons are real, and they are hunting for Ris. A talented healer and one of the Lady’s descendants, Ri