Guys, I am not sure that any of you know. I have tried to keep this under wraps. But I am leaving you. Leaving you for two whole weeks. I am going here:
I will be heading here:
I will be going on this:
BUT - never fear! I have lined up 32 guest posts during my absence. That's right, baby! THIRTY TWO! You'll be so impressed by these contributors and their guest posts that you'll wish I wasn't coming back *grins*.
There are going to be two posts every day from 13th September to 28th September, one going out at 9am in the morning and the other going out at 1pm - so, please, check back at least twice every day because there will be something new to see. And I would love you to give my contributors lots of love, since they've given up loads of time to help me out with content.
Here is the schedule:
9am - Anne Lyle - We're All Going On A Summer Holiday!
1pm - Colin Falconer - Silk Road
9am - Dan Abnett - Changing Hats
1pm - Ria Bridges (Bibliotropic) - Escaping Reality
9am - Alasdair Stuart - The Three-Act Business Card
1pm - Jonathan L Howard - The Lord of the Daleks
9am - Sakura (Chasing Bawa) - Fire by Kristin Cashore
1pm - Lou Morgan - Snakes in the Grass
9am - Jason Baki - Nowhere Hall by Cate Gardner
1pm - Darren Goldsmith - A Map of the Floating City
9am - Chris Farnell - Horns by Joe Hill
1pm - Jaine Fenn - Living With the Reader/Writer Paradox
9am - Michelle Franklin - Alasdair's Music (short story)
1pm - Sarah Cawkwell - A Woman Writing for the Black Library
9am - Andrew Reid - The First and the Last by Adolf Galland
1pm - Sarah Gibson - YA Books to Look Forward To
9am - Mieneke (A Fantastical Librarian) - Alice in Wonderland (film review)
1pm - Kate Harrison - The Writer's Dilemma: 140 characters or 100,000 words?
9am - Jenny Barber - Alice in Zombieland
1pm - Mike Shevdon - New Sub-Genres?
9am - E M Edwards - Shipwrecked!
1pm - Kylie Grant - Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood
9am - Sam Strong - Why do Some Books Disappoint?
1pm - Graham McNeill - A Wee Boy Fae Glasgow
9am - Niall Alexander (The Speculative Scotsman) - Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
1pm - Jonathan Green - On the Stigma of Being a Tie-In Novellist
9am - Rhys Jones (Thirst for Fiction) - Why YA Fiction?
1pm - Liz de Jager (My Favourite Books) - Fables: 1001 Nights in Snowfall by Bill Willingham
9am - Andrew (The Pewter Wolf) - The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
1pm - Adam Christopher - Books Without Robots
9am - Helen Hollick - Tossed Heads and Dropped Eyes
1pm - Ole (Weirdmage's Reviews) - Legends anthology
I sincerely hope you enjoy - and I will see you in a few weeks. Catch some of you at Fantasycon!
RIP Miguel Ferrer
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