I had an eventful first week of 2011.
#SampleSunday continued last week. I posted Chapter Four from "Cold Reading" by David Wisehart.
I tallied up the most popular Kindle Author interviews for December and the most popular posts for the first six months of the blog.
I also posted eight Kindle author interviews:
1. N. Gemini Sasson, author of The Crown in the Heather
2. Paul Mansfield Keefe, author of Digger's Bones
3. Derek J. Canyon, author of Dead Dwarves Don't Dance
4. David Thyssen, author of Painting by Numbers
5. Katie M. John, author of The Forest of Adventures
6. Belinda Kroll, author of Haunting Miss Trentwood
7. Aaron Niz, author of Compelled
8. Allan Guthrie, author of Bye Bye Baby
Last week's Kindle Author sponsors were:
Sunday — Rachel Howzell, author of The View from Here
Monday — Christa Polkinhorn, author of Love of a Stonemason
Tuesday — Christa Polkinhorn, author of Love of a Stonemason
Wednesday — Maureen Meehan Aplin, author of Pandemic Predator
Thursday — Maureen Meehan Aplin, author of The Five
Friday — Tim Hallinan, author of Crashed
Saturday — Tim Hallinan, author of Crashed
The busiest time of any theater production is tech week, which leads into opening night. Our tech week wasn't technically a week. More like three days. I was sick most of the week, as was some of the cast, but we soldiered on and opened Friends Like These on Thursday night. I have a very talented cast, and they put on a great show. The playwright, Gregory Crafts, came to see our production, and had some very positive things to say about it. We had small houses opening weekend, but the buzz is good and I hope we'll get bigger crowds next weekend. The show runs in Santa Clarita through January 22.
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