Friday, December 1, 2017

Celebrating a Coming Interview with Mark Noce - Stay Tuned


Today I'm celebrating a coming interview with Mark Noce about his soon-to-be-released historical novel, Dark Wind Rising. I've already pre-ordered it and really enjoyed the first in the series, Between Two Fires. I've blogged about the new book and Mark at my "next door" blog, Elizabeth Varadan's Fourth Wish.  Why not go next door and have a look while you stay tuned for the coming interview? You can also find information about how to pre-order it before its release, Tuesday, Dec. 5th, or order it later after release.





Celebrate the Small Things  is a blog hop co-hosted by Lexa Cain at: Lexa Cain,  L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge , and Tonja Drecker @ Tidbits Blog(You can go to any of these sites to add your name to the links, if you want to participate.)





How about you? What are you celebrating this week-end? Do you have any interviews coming up? Any friends having book releases? Are you a fan of historical fiction?

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful! Now I am looking forward to it, too. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi, Jess, I'll be posting the new interview in the the next day or two

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  2. How exciting! I haven't heard of his books yet, so this is interesting.

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    1. Hi, Tonja. If you like historical fiction, I think you would like this series. Hope your own writing is going well.

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  3. I feel a bit like a duck out of water, because I'm not a writer or an author, but after I found your blog, I really enjoy reading it. As a mixed media artist, I believe we should celebrate the little things, because the little things can often be overlooked or dismissed, while everyone notices the big things.

    I look forward to reading your interview with Mark Noce.

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    1. Hi B&E, Thanks for stopping by. I've been enjoying your blog, too. I have a close friend (my god sister) who is an artist and she does assemblage sometimes. It's fascinating to me. I dabble in painting, but I haven't tried the mixed media. It seems daunting to me. (Should I be addressing this to Elizabeth or to Bleubeard or both?

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  4. First let me apologize that I confused you with my journal that holds my calendar pages. Most people create beautiful backgrounds, cut little squares, and decorate their calendar pages using stamps, washi tapes, and stencils. I did something similar for several years, but the joy of keeping a daily diary of what I had accomplished simply took all the fun out of it. So now, I have this spiral bound Strathmore journal that I use to cut individual pages from a purchased (or freebie) calendar. I try to decorate the pages a bit, but I don't try to get elaborate like so many of my artist friends do. Does that explain what I meant by the fact I create individual calendar pages each month in my Strathmore journal?

    Bleubeard is the face of our blog, so he is always first in my books. I make most of the art, though (grin). You may address me as E if you prefer. I answer to just about anything except BETH or Bleubeard's MOM.

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    1. Hi, E, and thanks for the clarification. It sounds like an interesting process for sure.

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