The Rebels, Empire Series Blog Tour

For Readers, Writers and Artists

Today I'm hosting Elizabeth Lang, author of The Rebels, the second book in her Empire Series. Elizabeth and I chat about what inspired her to build her Sci-Fi world and how impossible it was for her to keep the romance out of her story.


The Latest

  • Interview with Tony Healey

    Carnival of Cryptid Anthology: ABC This, the second Kindle All-Stars anthology offered to raise funds to support The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is filled with stories featuring Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Chupacabra. These are the names whispered by villagers and sailors and adventurers around the world. They fill the imagination with wonder and drive ordinary men mad in their quest to tame them. Join the Kindle All-Stars as they set off in search of the unseen. Journey with them into the heart of imagination itself, where the jungle grows dark and when something moves against you beneath.
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  • Who Sings to the Dead?

    5 out of 5 stars! I loved this book. Normally I’m a fantasy girl, but this one hooked me early and kept me fascinated until the very end. it’s a must-read. With ‘Who Sings to the Dead’ Tomlinson has outdone himself. Kirkus doesn’t give a starred review to just any book. Sendero, Tomlinson’s first book received one, I’m sure if they could, Kirkus would give two to ‘Who Sings to the Dead?’ Hands down, one of my favorite books this year. Tomlinson’s use of language and his mastery of the suspense genre makes his second book truly a nail-biting thrill.
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  • Interview with Susan Smith-Josephy

    Interview with Susan Smith-Josephy Thank you Susan for sharing with us some of your innermost Cryptid secrets.  Your background is in history and journalism, in other words,  you are very comfortable with the logical and concrete. But your story is about the mythical beast, the Ogopogo. Do you feel your background influenced the direction your story takes? - Yes, Wendy, for sure. Do you remember the poster in the X Files? The one that said “I want to believe?” Well, that’s me. I want to believe. I’m fascinated by the weird, the unusual and the unexplainable. However, I’m a card-carrying.
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About Ambril’s Tale

Kirkus Review for Ambril’s Tale, The Return of the Dullaith. Normal teenagers are thrust into a world of magic in this heartfelt, occasionally hair-raising story for the Harry Potter set. Walter’s debut novel, the first in a planned series, is.
Ambril’s Tale is a wonderfully inventive fantasy that is accessible to adults, particularly if they have opinions on angry bicycles and bad-tempered garden gnomes. The story revolves around a mysteriously gifted teen by the name of Ambril who must come.
Ambril’s Tale is a simply delightful new novel! The story line and characters are incredibly creative, and really set this book apart from other fantasy novels available today. I couldn’t put it away, and stayed up all night reading it!.