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I have a special guest this month. Here’s my guest interview with author, Kelbian Noel. She has a wonderful series and also runs a terrific website, Diverse-Pages, that features main characters of color in Scifi, Fantasy, and Paranormal. Check out her interview and be sure to leave her a comment or two.
I’m too excited about my interview with author Kenya Wright. She’s agreed to give away a free e-copy of her book. I’ll also give away one e-copy of her book. So I’ll announce two winners on Friday after 5pm from the commenters on my blog about her interview. So, get your questions and comments ready. Here’s her interview.
I’m always amazed at the number of hits that I receive on my blog. Each week I post and I wonder if people are interested in posts that deal with race, class, and gender in Scifi, Paranormal and Futuristic books, movies, and TV series.
I get excited whenever an awesome post takes off like lightening. I thought I’d re-share some of those amazing discussions and believe me, some of those posts, get heated…
K. It’s truth time. I love Grimm! It’s one of my all-time favorite shows. I have to admit, in the beginning I was simply intrigued with the “fairy tale” storyline. When Grimm was in Season 1, I thought it was just another “fairy tale” show that would flop. Really, I believed that there was only so much that could be done. This season I have been pleasantly surprised and now I consider myself a legitimate “Grimm” fan.
Today is Election Day! I’m so excited about the possibilities that this day brings. Not only have I already “early voted” for my favorite candidate but I have the wonderful opportunity to share the release of the long-awaited SOBSF flash fiction anthology. Before I share the details about the anthology, I wanted to share my views about the State of Black Science Fiction 2012. What’s even more amazing is that the other authors in the anthology are sharing their views so don’t forget to hop over to their blogs and read their opinions. Here’s my observations:
Within the last couple of months, I received lots of tweets and emails asking about Book Two in the Genetic Revolution Series. Double Identity is scheduled to come out 2014. I’m working hard to build or create a series that readers will continue to love and enjoy. I’m hoping readers will enjoy book two. Double Identity picks up where Breaking Free ended. Here’s the description.
I will start this post by admitting to living in a bit of a bubble my entire life. I’m a small town girl from the suburbs with two loving parents and a little brother. The small town I lived in was situated right beside Fort Hood Army base, the largest military installation in the world. While my father got out of the army before I got to Kindergarten, the presence of the military was a strong force in my community. As such, I am accustomed to a multicultural mix of people living and working around me. It is not unusual for soldiers to come home from overseas with Korean or German wives and for biracial children to dominate schools.
I’ve been with my critique group now for almost eight years…is it eight already, hmm, time flies. I met them by chance one afternoon in a Border’s coffee shop while I was diligently typing on my WIP and swilling Java in tandem…sip, type, sip, type.
I’ll never forget that day.
In my upcoming novel, The Constant Tower, a character is suddenly faced with the possibilities of having two husbands. She thinks, "Yes, I can love them both. I am in their clan now. I can marry and love both of them." Something like that.
Although I'm a Christian, I must admit that there are times when being a Christian is restrictive. I understand the restrictions, mind you. I even assent to them. But, yes, I also acknowledge that there would be a different path to follow if I was not indoctrinated in Christianity.