Showing posts from September, 2013

Bright Lights #16 - dSavannah George-Jones

dSavannah George is another bright talent I bumped into during my involvement with the Orange Karen project. ( #teamORANGE ) She's a writer, poet, editor, artist, singer, photographer and designer, with years of marketing & public relations experience. And because that doesn't fill up her day enough she's also a teacher!  I'm exhausted just thinking about all that. Luckily, I was able to persuade her to stop by and answer a few questions before she had to run off and do ALL OF THE THINGS. :) dSavannah George Q - Hi dSavannah, tell me a little about your new story/book Well, it’s not new. I’ve been working on my novel since 1996. The main character, Jessie, is snarky, smart, sad, hopeful, searching, funny, and it’s basically the story of her trying to find her way in the world and ending up right where she started. Gareth and I had a Facebook convo the other day, and he has agreed to be my accountability partner to make sure I write a little bit each

Bright Lights #15 - Tim Queeney - The Atlas Fracture

Happy Labor Day! I'm back, with another Bright Lights interview, and today I'm talking with a fellow member of #TeamOrange     Tim Queeney lives up in the wilds of Maine and spends his time writing thrillers and sailing. This is a dude who knows his starboard from his...ummm...the other one. And, just to show off, he can totally do it in the dark using celestial navigation! He might be part Wizard. And just to clarify, I'm pretty sure he doesn't use celestial navigation to write thrillers... ...anyway, enough of my stupidity. Here's Tim. I'll let him do the talking... Tim Queeney Q - Hi Tim, tell me a little about your new book/story  A - It’s called The Ceres Plague. This one has my main character, Perry Helion, fighting the compelling and murderous Dr. Taylor Crandee and the shadowy cabal that backs him, known only as Paracelsus Enterprises. My last book The Atlas Fracture was set in Antarctica and this one takes place at the other en