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Blood Talk; Blood Wine
January 20, 2015
Anyway, I shot a new Blood Talk Episode:
Yup! Will edit it a bit later after I get some writing done.
I'm really proud of myself for continuing to make the videos, even with no script or anything, I started talking and the theme of the show just came together. Said theme: Vampires and why S.C. Parris likes them.
I'm so eager for you guys to see it. :)
Oh! My boyfriend got me this amazing Dracula wine from the Vampire Vineyard in California for my birthday. I cannot wait to taste it!
Well that's it for now! Check back here tomorrow for the video!
With blood and love,
I'm happy to have this website up and running. I'm going to start writing blog posts here every Tuesday.
Be sure to look out for them.
I came home from a class tonight to a great surprise! Long time friend and something of a mentor to me,Ronald A. Moore, author of one of my favorite vampire novels, Nocturn, made a mock cover for The Dark World: Book 1:
I teared up when I scrolled down my Tumblr dashboard, just in awe. At first I thought someone else had a book with the same title and then I saw my name and let out a half-laugh/shriek sound that ended with a snort.
Beautiful way to end the day. Don't be scared to click the links above and check out Ronald's work - I'm still holding onto my physical copy 'till the day I can get him to sign it.
And you can check out more fanmade things dealing with the series on my Tumblr Page as well. Who knows, you may be inspired to create something. ;)
With Blood and Love,
My soon to be best friend, Kindra Sowder featured me in a guest blog post earlier today. Since the book isn't out yet, it's nothing more than a mere author bio and a former blurb for The Dark World: Book 1, but according to Kindra, it seems to be drawing a lot of attention to her site. Which is incredible for me because I had been going through this very long stage of not really sharing anything on social networks - the simple fact was I felt like I had nothing to truly share. Because my book wasn't yet out I felt as though I had nothing 'worth' sharing - no product, no interest.
This guest blog proves me wrong.
Since it's posting earlier today, Kindra's told me it's seen 42 page views and its rising, whereas a few other authors with Permuted I respect the hell out of have said they think I rock and other positive things.
It's a huge boost to the self-esteem and amazing to know that my fellow colleagues see me as someone worthy to indulge in the written word with and even WANT to read my book when it comes out next year.
I mean the more I read their work, the more blown away I am by the group of amazing people I've gratefully been chosen to produce content alongside.
I know this sounds like a massive circle jerk, but really, Permutants (that's what we call each other, shush), are extremely talented authors and all of the work I've read (in pictures below) from them I haven't disliked yet.
I wish to do their affinity for me justice once The Dark World Series gets rolling, and who knows, I may even gain a few people outside of we Permutants that like my work. :)
Keep your bite!
So I'm on Goodreads (finally),
I've updated my Amazon Author Central Page,
and I've added separate Facebook pages for The Dark World,
and soon to be The Rather Depressing Tales of Patricia L. Bordeaux, and The Immortal's Guide.
I'm expanding and making former maybe ideas into something much more concrete! If you're on Goodreads, add me as a friend and maybe send me a message? I love to talk to fellow writers and people in general!
Keep your bite you lovely Creatures!