Thursday, August 27, 2015

#TBT -- The Honor At Stake Roundup

There will be no new posts today.

"He said, in a new post."

I was originally going to title this one "Throwing it back, it's under the limit," but I don't do fishing jokes well.

Right now, I've done five posts this week.  For a guy who used to do 1 a week, this is all sorts of new for me.

Keep in mind, Honor at Stake also comes out next Tuesday, and I don't have anything else to say about it.... Yes, I got a plug in, like how I did that?

I would have posted a #TBT post dedicated to my blog on Sex in Novels, but it has two comments on it ... from this year.  I apparently posted it all over the place recently.

I'd talk about Honor at Stake and the publishing industry ... but I've done that one.

I've got the basics of the book down already, including the cover and the tag.

Why I went from doing thrillers that take Dan Brown out to the woodshed to taking Steph Meyer out to the woodshed.

I've covered the origins of Honor At Stake.

I've covered how I modified vampire lore for Honor at Stake.

I even talked about how a sociopath and a vampire walk into a bar...

I even discussed world building, how vampires would deal with the real world, and Vatican Ninjas.

I've even talked about the wonderful world of writing romance.

I even posted the prologue.

At 11 blogs later, I'm running out of things to say.  Except of course, to ask you if you could please buy the book.

Oh!  Wait!  I've got some reviews!  Dawn, the guest puppy of a while ago, has posted her review for the book. I'll go into that more next week, but here you go.

She even ends it by trying to get me hooked up.  Never had that happen before.

Oh, below, this is the first drafter of the Honor At Stake cover.

Given the general response I've gotten, I'm willing to never discuss it again.  Because I'm really not sure what to say about it.

1 comment:

  1. Woah, great round-up! Also, this just reminds me how much better the final cover was than the first draft!


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