The year that was 2013

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So, 2013 ey?

I’m not really sure what I can say about this year.  I could do a simple hot and not type deal, I suppose:

Hot: Not dying

Not: Nearly dying

Yeah, that isn’t really going to cut it as a year-end blog post now is it? Obviously a large chunk of 2013 has been taken up by, and focussed around, the nearly/not dying thing. From end of July right through to November I was either seriously ill or recovering; even now, near the end of December, I am not fully recovered.  My energy levels and concentration are considerably affected.  I also missed out on a large chunk of summer and the holiday (vacation for you Colonials reading this) plans, which really sucked as it not only affected me but my family too.

Another impact was that my writing really suffered.  I had planned to have a novel (Redemption) finished, edited, and with an agent by now … in fact, in my head, I had planned to have said novel published to critical (and financial) acclaim by now … but that didn’t happen at all.  Even now my ability to sit and write is curtailed by the energy I have left (or don’t, as is normally the case) after ‘real life’ and work have had their wicked way with me.

My martial arts suffered as did that of some of my senior students as I wasn’t teaching (or even attending class) for a good portion of the year.  The class itself, and the junior students, weren’t affected as I have a brilliant team of instructors and assistant instructors who more than carried things in my absence.

Still, on the plus side: not dying!

That is a pretty big plus, right? :)

Other than that elephant in the year, things were really good I think.

My kids continued to grow and impress me with their growth, mentally, physically, and emotionally.  To see Mackenzie, at 6, sit and devour books by CS Lewis and Roald Dahl was amazing and to see Nathaniel, at 4, start to make writing marks and draw whole stories and unique characters made me never really need to request a DNA test; the love of comics, superheroes, and fantasy makes it obvious they are my children.

I had a BLAST with Following The Nerd for the first part of the year, as part of the team.  I even managed to interview some amazing people, like Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo, and Paul Cornell.  The latter part of the year I’ve had a blast listening to Following The Nerd, as a fan, as I wasn’t able to be there; I will be back though, I promise (or threaten, depending on perspective).

I watched the 50th Anniversary special of Doctor Who, in 3D, in a cinema.  That was a lot of fun!

While I may not have written as much as I would have liked to, this year, I definitely had a confidence boost in terms of my long term plan to make a career out of this writing lark; the Arts Council of Northern Ireland liked my pitch, sample, and references enough to give me a grant to help fund the writing of my novel.  That sort of belief in ones work is definitely a thrill.

So, yeah, 2013 has been a bit of a mixed bag but, ultimately, any year that you can walk away from is a good one, right?

…or is that planes?

Anyhoo, 2014 is going to be a great one.  These are not resolutions, as I find them a bit pointless, so instead I am going to make statements for this coming year:

My novel, Redemption, will be finished.

I will have written one further novel, at least, as well as a minimum of twelve short stories.

My martial arts will have become a core of my life again and, hopefully, I will be able to attend another competition (forms, not sparring). In order to do this my core fitness will be improved with the help of DDPYoga.

I will celebrate my 10th wedding anniversary with the woman I love; our beautiful kids will be with us.

See, like I said, 2014 will be a great one!

…I’ll even try to not die some more ;)

Lobo’s Howliday Book Blast

About the Book ~ *New Release*

Lobo's Howliday by C.L. MurphyTitle: Lobo’s Howliday (The Adventures of Lovable Lobo)

Author: C.L. Murphy

Publication Date: Dec. 1, 2013

Publisher: Independent – Peanut Butter Prose

Number of pages: 32

Recommended age: 3+

 

 

 

Summary

It’s almost Christmas and Santa finds himself in quite the predicament due to unintended consequences as a result of trying something new. Lobo, and his raven sidekick, Roxy, travel to the North Pole to help the jolly ole’ one and are guided by the Arctic animals. The colors of the season delight along the way and make for a howling good holiday. Can you howl Ho Ho Ho?

 

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The Early Buzz

“This book has been by far the best written book that I have ever read. The way this author uses language to describe exactly what is going on is amazing. I find myself at a loss for words, the writing is so eloquent. I was instantly drawn into this book. I was disappointed that this story wasn’t longer, but that didn’t at all take away from the story.” ~ 5 Star Review, Jack Magnus, Readers Favorite

 

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About the Author: C.L. Murphy

C.L. Murphy and Lovable Lobo

C.L. Murphy and Lovable Lobo

While new to the children’s book writing and illustrating scene, C.L. has been doodling her way through life since she won a school wide poster contest in the third grade. She’s had the pleasure of working as an artist in residence, creating cartoons and painting murals with the children at local elementary schools. She adores the wonder and curiosity of young children. For years, she filed picture book ideas away, until the reality of the empty nest syndrome sunk in and she decided to bring her favorite one to fruition.

She based the character, Lovable Lobo, on something very dear to her heart, a real wolf that she’s raised for the last 13 years. She’s felt the need to protect him his entire life, primarily due to the preconceived notions that wolves are to be feared.

She lives amongst the wildlife in an enchanted forest in the beautiful Oregon wilderness. She has always appreciated nature and animals have always played a major role in her life. She was that little girl who brought home the strays asking “Can we please keep it?” At an early age she realized her connection with animals by training a wild bluejay to appear on command to take food from her hand.

Check out her book series and discover that you, too, will find Lobo lovable.

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Contest runs: December 16, 2013 to January 14, 2014, 11:59 pm, 2013

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Icarus Fall: Book 2 of the Project Horizon series

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Print Length: 230 pages
Publisher: Battle King Press (12 Nov 2013)
Language: English
ASIN: B00GMMU84S

Nine months since the events of Phoenix Splinter and Keith is still reeling from the loss of his family and the world as he knew it. Although in hiding, Keith must come to terms with events and choose a side. He is a weapon in high demand and some will stop at nothing to obtain him. A new group comes forward, promising Keith the answers he has been looking for. But, can he trust them?

Icarus Fall, from Battle King Press, is the sequel to the successful Phoenix Splinter, book one of the Project Horizon series, in which we were introduced to nineteen-year-old Keith Groenewald, an escaped experiment from Area Fifty-One with telekinetic abilities.

battlekingBRANLI CAIDRYN is a science fiction author originally from southern California and living in Washington. His debut novel Phoenix Splinter is the first book in the Project Horizon series.

He is a self described “social nomad extraordinaire” and likes to think of himself as riding through life on the back of an elephant in a colorful howdah—yes, laptop included.

Branli enjoys science fiction for its ability to present the scientifically feasible as a beautiful work of art. Whether a story takes place hundreds or even thousands of years into the future, the human condition remains a central item.

http://branlicaidryn.com

Musings of a hideous mind

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“Entering a Hideous Mind is free… leaving can be murder.”

US: http://amzn.com/B00H9P98Z2
UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00H9P98Z2

Entering a Hideous Mind is free… leaving can be murder…

In this collection of dark and disturbingly imaginative tales we are introduced to the further hideous musings of Alex Laybourne’s mind.
From a twisted family secret that leads to dark sexual obsession and murder, to the crowning of a new ‘Hunter’ and an out of body experience with an explosive difference, these tales are design to get under the skin as well as into the mind.

Haunting and terrifying, the musings of this hideous mind will remain leave you sleeping with the light on and looking over your shoulder at every step.

alexlBorn and raised in the coastal English town Lowestoft, it should come as no surprise (to those that have the misfortune of knowing this place) that I became a horror writer.

From an early age I was sent to schools which were at least 30 minutes’ drive away and so spent most of my free time alone, as the friends I did have lived too far away for me to be able to hang out with them in the weekends or holidays.

I have been a writer as long as I can remember and have always had a vivid imagination. To this very day I find it all too easy to just drift away into my own mind and explore the world I create; where the conditions always seem to be just perfect for the cultivation of ideas, plots, scenes, characters and lines of dialogue.

I am married and have four wonderful children; James, Logan, Ashleigh and Damon. My biggest dream for them is that they grow up, and spend their lives doing what makes them happy, whatever that is.

For people who buy my work, I hope that they enjoy what they read and that I can create something that takes them away from reality for a short time. For me, the greatest compliment I can receive is not based on rankings but by knowing that people enjoy what I produce, that they buy my work with pleasure and never once feel as though their money would have been better spent elsewhere.

Links

Blog: http://www.alexlaybourne.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alex-Laybourne/212049612180183

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vanplank

The Colourblind Chameleon

About the Book

The Colourful Chameleon by Laura Kantor and Sarah Ray

Title: The Colourblind Chameleon

Author: Laura Kantor

Illustrator: Sarah Ray

Publication Date: November 19, 2013

Publisher: Independent – Squidgy Face Books

Number of pages: 32

Recommended age: 2 to 7

 

 

Summary

Once there was a very special chameleon…

The Colourblind Chameleon is the debut title from up and coming author/illustrator duo Laura Kantor and Sarah Ray.

This is a colourful and imaginative tale of a chameleon who doesn’t fit in with the rest. He realises that it’s not just good to be different… it’s a lot more fun!

Delight in the rhyming verses, vibrant colours and hilarious drawings as you are taken on a wonderful journey with a special little chameleon (wearing fabulous pants).

 

The Early Buzz

“This is a lovely book for children ….. Fun and bright, educational and with an underlying message……. It great that it teaches children about a chameleon changing colour and it also teaches children that it’s OK to be different ! I love it ! The illustrations are fabulous too…… Funny and colourful.” ~ 5 Star Review, diamondlil, Amazon

“An excellent debut. Engaging story with captivating illustrations. Good to see a childrens story with a real positive message.” ~ 5 Star Review, Lucy, Goodreads

 

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About the Author: Laura Kantor

Laura Kantor Author

Laura Kantor

Laura Kantor up in Coventry, England, but has spent the last few years living overseas in Canada, Australia and now Singapore. In her free time she loves to travel, bake and write (of course). With a job in marketing, project management and a love for writing lists, Laura decided to self publish her own stories, and set up Squidgy Face Books in 2013 (www.squidgyfacebooks.com), teaming up with Sarah Ray who was the perfect illustrator to bring her stories to life. A year of very late nights and extremely long weekends later and their first release, The Colourblind Chameleon is ready to bring some colour and fun to squidgy faces around the world.

 

About the Illustrator: Sarah Ray

Sarah Ray

Sarah Ray

Sarah Ray, the illustrator of The Colourblind Chameleon grew up in the Herefordshire countryside where she gathered lots of inspiration for her drawings. Animals feature frequently in her work and she enjoys giving them human attributes.

This is Sarah’s first children’s book, after working with a variety of clients on commissioned illustration. She also has her own range of award winning greeting’s cards which she sells across the UK, http:// www.sarahray.co.uk

 

 

Squidgy Face Books

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Tumbleweed Christmas Book Blast

About the Book

Tumbleweed Christmas by Beverly Stowe McClureTitle: Tumbleweed Christmas

Author: Beverly Stowe McClure

Publication Date: July 20, 2013 (original pub. date – August 28, 2011)

Publisher: 4RV Publishing LLC

Number of pages: 24

Recommended age: 3+

Summary (Back Cover): Christmas is the time for miracles, but sometimes a child must make her own miracle and one for her siblings.

 

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The Buzz

“Through the storytelling of Beverly Stowe McClure and the book illustrations of Bridget McKenna, the reader is drawn to feel the pain of poverty and choices that must be made due to economic circumstance. We are drawn into Jackie’s world by her giving spirit and root for her every word of the way. And when all is said and done … We, too, believe in the miracle of a Tumbleweed Christmas. Timely for the season and its reason, but also gives us reason to keep the Spirit of Christmas alive year ’round.” ~ 5 Star Review, Ruth C., Amazon

“I can’t think of a sweeter tale of the season than Tumbleweed Christmas.” ~ 5 Star Review, Cheryl M., Amazon

“This is a delightful 24 page book which shows the reader about selflessness. Many parent’s give up much to make things work when they don’t have a lot of money, and being creative is certainly a key in such situations. Jackie gave up what was dear to her the most to be able to give gifts to her family so they had something to open on Christmas day. In many ways, gift giving has gone out of control. The most expensive items are not necessarily the best. Sometimes it’s the handmade items or drawings that come from the heart that are truly memorable. A gift from the heart is what truly matters most, and it doesn’t have to be much. Children and parent’s alike will enjoy this story because it touches upon one of the best gifts in the world that we can give–LOVE!” ~ 5 Star Review, Children’s Book Reviewer, Amazon

 

About the Author: Beverly Stowe McClure

Beverly Stowe McClure

Beverly Stowe McClure

Beverly Stowe McClure is a former teacher turned writer. When she was a kid, writing was the last thing on her mind. She loved music and played clarinet in the junior high and high school bands. She also was a majorette. She still plays the piano to relax. Her cats don’t appreciate good music, however, and run and hide when she tickles the ivories.

She lives in the country with Patches and Tiger (the cats), along with a variety of wild critters that stop by for a handout. Next to her sons, grandchildren, and great-grands, writing is her passion and joy. She also enjoys researching her family roots and snapping pictures of clouds, flowers, deer and birds, especially the roadrunner that visits on occasion and the hummingbirds that she feeds.

 

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Terms and Conditions: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. A winner will be randomly drawn through the Rafflecopter widget and will be contacted by email within 48 hours after the giveaway ends. The winner will then have 72 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 72 hours, a new draw will take place for a new winner. Odds of winning will vary depending on the number of eligible entries received. This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. This giveaway is sponsored by the author, Beverly Stowe McClure and is hosted and managed by Renee from Mother Daughter Book Reviews. If you have any additional questions – feel free to send and email to Renee(at)MotherDaughterBookReviews(dot)com.
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So many books!

There’s this thing going on over at Facebook, currently, where you have to list 10 books that have impacted you and stayed with you.  You aren’t meant to take more than a few minutes or think too hard – they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you.  This is what came to mind:

1/ The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper. This, more than any other book, has stayed with me all of my reading life, which was 6 (by that I mean first library card, and first book orders made by me, for me ). It is actually a series of five books, but as it is an omnibus edition I feel safe in choosing all five. If not then it would be the second book, actually called The Dark is Rising, which I read every year around Christmas.

2/ The Stand by Stephen King. Part of me wants to say The Shining, because I think that it may be a better book, but it is The Shining that stays with me the most. A wonderful tale of people and characters first and foremost, apocalypse, and post apocalypse, events second. Probably this one that got me into that sort of thing

3/ The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, by Stephen Donaldson. I realise that I am cheating again as this is a ten-novel fantasy series so if I have to choose I will say the first one, Lord Foul’s Bane. This is portal fantasy at its finest, with a dis-likable character thrown from reality into a world of magic. I remember, while attending boarding school in Germany (as one does) running through the woods that surrounded the place shouting ‘Melenkurion abatha, duroc minas mill khabaal!’ the seven words of power as anyone who is anyone obviously knows.

4/ The Lord of the Rings by Tolkein. This is THE book that got me into fantasy and kept me there. I think that you have to be dead or in a vegetative state for all of time to not know what this book is

5/ To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Considering the so very dark tones of this book (rape, violence, racism, etc) it is also a warm and funny story too. Atticus Finch is a legend!

6/ Battlefield Earth by L. Ron Hubbard. I don’t care that this man’s fiction spawned a religion that seemingly doesn’t know that the creator was a sci-fi author as I love this book. I’ve read it often and as it spawns tribal humanity right through to star spawning humanity it never gets old (the film though is dire!)

8/ The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis. This was one of my earliest books and it spawned a love of reading and a love of fiction, fantasy in particular. I bought a boxset of these books even before my first child was born, simply so that I could pass on my love of it to them. I did so, recently, to Mackenzie (who is 6) and he loves them too …he even reads bits to his 4 year old brother

9/ The Dark Phoenix Saga by Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum and John Byrne. If anyone wants to dare tell me that a graphic novel – especially one as brilliant and seminal as this one – doesn’t deserve to be called a book then they can go and delete themselves from my friends list. OK, so, that got rid of them then, moving on! This is a Greek tragedy and comedy in four colours (as it was back in the 80s ). It has an amazing narrative, awesome characters, and doesn’t dumb anything down for the audience (kids, mostly, at the time …though I don’t think that is all that read it). The fact that, even know, it is referenced in modern comics tells you a little about its impact and legacy. …also inspired my first tattoo

10/ Magician by Raymond E. Feist. I think that I read this back in 82 or 83, again while I was at boarding school. More so than any other book, or series, it has stayed with me because of the sheer amount of sequels that it spawned …I think it would be about 28 or so books. I’ve read them all and, next year, when the last book in the series comes out I will be a little sad.

…so many, many, many other books I could’ve listed!!!

Legacy in motion

Spent some time, this morning, taking Mackenzie through some kung fu drills in preparation for his first belt grading.

Was such an amazingly cool moment teaching my son something that I started so many years ago.

His goal now is to get to 7th degree black sash (the last graded belt) to beat my 5th. He’ll probably do it too, and may end up teaching my class when he’s older. As long as he enjoys it, and learns something from it, it is worth it.

Dragon Defender Book Blast

About the Book

Dragon Defender by J.A. BlackburnTitle: Dragon Defender (Dragon Defense League, Book #1)

Author: J.A. Blackburn

Publication Date: October 19, 2013

Publisher: Pip & Grey

Number of pages: 242

Recommended age: 10+

 

 

 

Summary (Amazon):

For over a thousand years dragons have existed in secret . . .

Peter Clark can build a robot from scratch and pick a lock in two minutes or less. But he can’t figure out why his mother left or why his grandma refuses to talk about her. When Uncle Dominick shows up on Peter’s twelfth birthday with a letter that hints at answers and an incredible story about dragons, Peter follows him, determined to find out the truth about his mother’s disappearance.

What he finds is a reality far different from what he ever could have imagined – where dragons live in hiding, hunted by poachers for their magical parts, and a small group of men and women work tirelessly to protect them. These are the Dragon Defenders. Peter’s uncle is one. So was his mother. Now it’s Peter’s turn.

* Finalist in the Pacific Northwest Writers Association 2013 Literary Contest *

 

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The Buzz

“We read an advance copy of this book on kindle earlier this year and our 5th grade son read it twice and is anxiously awaiting the next book in the series. Great adventure, really kept our interest reading it together at night. This was one of the kids books I most enjoyed reading myself as well. The characters and the plot are well developed, and appealing to a wide range of kids (both genders). The writing is sophisticated but easy to understand, not ‘dumbed down’ like many kids books. The subject of dragons was so well crafted that it’s easy believe that dragons just might exist, after all.” ~ 5 Star Review, Leigh A., Amazon

“Reminiscent of the Fablehaven series (with just the right touch of Harry P.) this middle grade book is both an adventure and a pleasure…Fast-paced and full of wonder, this book takes middle grade readers on a vivid journey from the southwestern U.S. to Mexico; where jungles, ancient ruins and local folklore add to the enchantment that Peter finds when he discovers that dragons are in fact, real. As a former elementary school teacher, my strong feeling is that kids will eat this book whole, and then turn to searching for dragon eggs in their own backyards!” ~ 5 Star Review, Grace W., Amazon

“Dragon Defender was an absorbing action packed read! The author pulls you in from the first page and I’m not sorry to say I read it all in the first day. I’m 33 but still! This is a fun book for a chapter a night with your 5 year old (my son is loving it so far) or for yourself. The characters are well developed so you feel like you’re really there, and the dragon is so believable. I’d venture so far as to say I had to remind myself that dragons don’t really exist…. or do they?” ~ 5 Star Review, MGC, Amazon

 

About the Author: J.A. Blackburn

J.A. Blackburn, Author

J.A. Blackburn

 

J. A. Blackburn lives in Seattle, Washington in a small white house overlooking the sea with her husband, Jason, her son, Camden, and their dog, Bella. Dragon Defender is her first novel.

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Haiyan Benefit Anthology

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http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/haiyan-benefit-anthology

Creators from all over the globe have come together to complete an anthology. One goal in mind to raise money for the victims of the Super Typhoon Haiyan.

Together with creators from all over the globe we are donating our talents to create an anthology. Our goal is to raise money for the relief and response efforts in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan.

Please click the link and see if your can help!

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