My publisher, Charisma House, has assembled some of its authors for a group blog entitled Just the Write Charisma. It’s an interesting mix of authors and should be fun. I’ll be posting over there once a month. Today I’m up with a piece entitled The Downside of Niche Marketing. In it I ask, For an author, do niches become ruts or runways? Check it out if you get a chance.
Next week The Resurrection will be the featured book for this month’s Christian Science Fiction & Fantasy Blog Tour (CSFF). This is quite a large, lively group and I’m looking forward to their discussions surrounding the novel. Becky Miller, the coordinator of CSFF, encouraged me to follow the chat and interact with the participants, which I’ll be doing. Several opportunities have resulted from this tour, which will make next week exceptionally busy for me.
First, I’ll be doing a guest blog post for Fantasy writer Sarah Sawyer (date to be announced). Then Tuesday and Wednesday I’ll be doing an interview with longtime blogging buddy Jason Joyner. Apart from being a wise guy, Jason asks some penetrating questions, so I’ll make sure to provide links and witty rejoinders. (In fact, let me take this opportunity to say that I am available for interviews, guest blog spots, and featured reviews. If you are interested, you can find my contact info HERE.)
And last but not least, March Madness is in full swing and thanks to Yahoo! Sports, our “family tournament” contains 14 contestants. In case you’re interested, I have selected Ohio State to play Kansas in the Finals with OS prevailing. My screen name is Professor McGillicutty.
Have a great weekend!