And the day has begun well, with a 5 “Bat” review from All Things Urban Fantasy!
I have several posts going up today. The first is also at All Things Urban Fantasy, as part of their Deadly Destinations feature. Ethan Kaille gives us a walking tour of 1768 Boston. It was a fun post to write and I hope you enjoy it. Plus, if you check out the post and leave a comment you’ll be entered in a drawing to win a copy of Thieves’ Quarry!
I am also at the blog of fellow writer Janice Gable Bashman, writing about “The Seam Between Fiction and History.” Blending fictional elements with accurate historical details is not always easy, and that challenge is the subject of this post. I think you’ll find it interesting.
A bit later today, I will be at the blog of my wonderful friend Mary Robinette Kowal, writing about “My Favorite Bit” in Thieves’ Quarry. “My Favorite Bit” is a feature she has been running on her site for some time now, and it was another fun post to write.
And finally, I hope to finally have that post about politics, ideology, and the writer up at Aidan Moher’s “A Dribble of Ink.” We had a bit of a mix-up yesterday, and I apologize for that.
So, there it is: Release Day! I’m very excited. Thanks for sharing the day with me.