Hey FF Readers, Just wanted to let you know that today is my monthly holiday (no, not that) on my other site, Books By I.L. Cruz--MAIAM, Meet An Indie Author Monday! This month's guest is Rebecca Howie, mystery writer. Check out her interview and I'm sure you'll be inspired to read her books. Happy MAIAM!
For those of you who don’t know, I have another website dedicated to writing, but I also love to support and promote other indies! Hope you enjoy!
Summer and autumn are battling it out, but I have reason to be grateful. The weather here is finally showing signs of getting nippy and the holiday season is fast approaching. I’ve always thought Halloween was a great way to usher in a period of time full of whimsy and enchantment. I can think of no one better to interview at this time of year than Catherine Green, a writer of paranormal stories filled with the creatures that frighten and fascinate. Her books are sure to get you into the spirit of this coming season!
First things first, what’s the name of your current book?
My most recent published novel is Return of the Vampire Hunter, released December 2017. My most recent book included the short story The Trouble with Wolves (A Redcliffe Short Story) in the anthology Filth – An Anthology for naughty girls with dirty desires.
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Hey Fairytale Feminista Readers! Just a quick post about my other site, booksbyilcruz.com. Check out my interview of fellow fantasy indie writer, Suzanne Rogerson. Suzanne is definitely someone to read especially if you're into epic fantasy and adventure. Enjoy!
Hello Readers! I'm excited to write that I was given the opportunity to participate in a guest post in anticipation of my fantasy novel, A Smuggler's Path, being released later this summer! Please take a moment to visit the website, The Once and Future Podcast, and then check out my post on their blog and … Continue reading My Guest Post on The Once and Future Podcast!
"The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function." - F. Scott Fitzgerald It was Fitzgerald's idea, but George Orwell gave it a name. Nothing better describes my feelings about fairy tales is doublethink. Doublethink … Continue reading I can doublethink, can you?
After taking some time to concentrate on my book, I've decided to revive my Fairytale Feminista blog. Come back soon to read new posts and find updates about my new book, A Smuggler's Path--coming this summer!
Dear readers, I admit that my site has become part of the blogging graveyard--that nebulous place that unattended blogs inhabit until its finally shut down or--more ominous--it remains forever, like a dark stain on your mythical permanent record there to taunt you with the memory of your inaction. In my defense, I started the blog … Continue reading Once Upon a Time…much later
As many of you know, Disney has my heart. It’s the kind of love that can withstand many missteps (like tarting up Merida for her princess unveiling, waiting way too long to give us diverse princesses, and making a meeting with the Frozen girls at Disneyworld a logistical nightmare for any parent). For quite a … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Confession
Old Mother Goose, When she wanted to wander, Would ride through the air On a very fine gander. Mother Goose had a house, ’Twas built in a wood, Where an owl at the door For sentinel stood. This is her son Jack, A smart looking lad. He is not very good, Nor yet very bad. … Continue reading Old Mother Goose
Sorry for the delay. Computers really do run our lives! The proclamation was read in kingdoms throughout the land and many sought out king. Dukes, earls, viscounts, and other noble personages came to the castle looking for a bride, but were instead handed a mystery. Try as they might, none could prove or disprove the … Continue reading Magic and Mayhem Part VI