Weekly Recap (Week of 1/23) — Kindle Authors

I published another short story last week, "The Man Who Saved Gonesse," and put up Chapter Seven of Cold Reading by David Wisehart for #SampleSunday.

I posted five Kindle Author interviews:

1. Felicity Heaton, author of Love Immortal

2. Melissa Foster, author of Megan's Way

3. Ellis Vidler, co-author of The Peeper

4. Tom Evans, author of Flavours of Thought

5. John Brinling, author of Quarantine

Last week's Kindle Author sponsors were:

Sunday — John Booth, author of Wizards
Monday — Annette Lyon, author of Lost Without You
Tuesday — Karen Cantwell, author of Take the Monkeys and Run
Wednesday — Debbi Mack, author of Least Wanted
Thursday — Maryann Miller, author of One Small Victory
Friday — Gary Ponzo, author of A Touch of Deceit
Saturday — Deborah McCarragher, author of Mission Possible

Non-Kindle News

I've been cast as John Worthing in a local stage production of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. Rehearsals begin this week.

I also completed the first draft of a libretto for a new opera. Much more work to be done on the libretto before it's set to music, but getting that first draft finished means the composer and I now have something substantial to work on. You can listen to some audio samples from our first opera here: The Other Wise Man.

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