Sorry folks, I’m a little late getting started in the YA Indie Carnival. If you’d like to know why I write YA Scifi, please visit my first blog post “Black People Don’t Read Science Fiction.” It’ll give you a good idea of the craziness inside my mind. LOL! Today, I’d like to talk about my journey to becoming an Indie author.
My husband and I visited the Riffing on the Real: Afro-Futurism in the Arts Exhibit at the Tubman African-American Museum in Macon, Georgia. It was an easy drive from metro Atlanta to Macon. The exhibit was wonderful. We thoroughly enjoyed it. The subject of Afro-futurism encompassed various motifs like sci fi, fantasy, futurism, comics as well as other art and artifacts from African masks to contemporary or visionary art. It was a true sci fi experience.
I’m so excited. I’ve been fast at work on my rewrites and deep edits for my novel Breaking Free. I’m also totally in love with the book cover from Graphic Designer Eithne Ni Anluain. She did a terrific job on XJ’s book cover. It’s exactly the image I had in mind. I absolutely love the […]
Trisza, I was so excited to see an African-American win in the Paranormal Romance category. I cried along with you at Nationals. Thanks so much for agreeing to interview with me. I’m totally excited.
Sherri Dub is the winner of Leanna’s free book. I want to thank everyone who participated and left comments. We’ll have a special interview with the winner of the Golden Heart in Paranormal Romance on Friday. Stay tuned. Love you all!
I’m so excited to introduce you all to the fabulous, Leanna Renee Hieber. She’s has a wonderful personality and I am thrilled to know her. She writes Gaslight Fantasy which is not Steampunk but has fantasy elements in a 19th century aesthetic rather than gadgets and SciFi elements. Please enjoy her blog post and leave a comment for a chance to win a signed copy of The Perilous Prophecy of Guard and Goddess. Winner will be picked at random on Wednesday, July 13th at 12:00pm.