The Book Blast
A Menu of Death
A collection of stories centered around vengeance, obsession, cravings, and life.
Pick one item of the Menu or devour the entire buffet
Make sure you don't bite off more than you can chew
Read, but not with greed for
Death awaits, ready to come and collect its due
Underneath the veneer of humanity lies darkness.
Eight deadly tales that explore dark desires in which some do what it
takes to obtain what they want, while others are led by events.
Wishes gone wrong, unhealthy obsessions, and cravings to sate.
A Menu of Death will take you on a blood-curdling journey that you
may not survive.
These eight short stories revolve around obsession, revenge, craving, love, and Death.
Whether it be a woman in need of rescue, a man who hungers for his wife, a demon lost, or wishes come true, all characters want something. Badly.
But ... You can't always get what you want, but you might just get what you need.
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Mini Author Interview:
What don't you like about writing?
There isn't a thing I don't like about writing really. I love how it takes me to places and allows me to 'do' things I wouldn't in real life. :-)
What do you do marketing wise and what do you think generates the most attention to your books?
I am on the Book of Faces, but that is more to interact with other authors and bloggers really. I don't think that does a lot in the way of sales. Twitter however is another fav social media thing I'm on and I do think that works, but Google Plus is a great tool too, as is my own blog. :-)
Which of the social media sites do you think is most beneficial to indie authors?
Like I said Twitter, but then only if you as an author use it socially and not just to hurl out 'buy my books' twitterings. And I'm a firm believer in Google Plus.
Are there any you think don't work the way indie authors think they do?
The book of Faces. I think a lot of authors really think they are reaching great numbers of readers when promoting on there while all that happens really is they promote to other authors and I don't believe most of them are buyers of books by other indie authors.
Do you find it hard to find bloggers to host and promote your work?
Not really, I find that when you interact with people, blogger or reader or other author it isn't hard at all. But a big plus is if you have shown, and continue to do so, that you are willing to return the favour. I have been hosting authors and their books on my blog for a year now and have met some great people through it, Bloggers like you Cat and just readers/reviewers, because I like to read their blogs and try my best to leave as much comments as I can, but there are so many blogs I like and I have but limited time. So I have some kind of 'rotation scheme' to ensure none get forgotten. It may be a while between my visits but I haven't forgotten about your blog if I haven't commented for a while. :-)
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LucyPireelGoodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/13028732-lucy-pireel
Many thanks to Lucy for joining us today plus the fantastic Give-Away she's got happening ~ you lucky peeps!
Join me again tomorrow as I have not one, but two posts, featuring another two fab authors.