Wednesday, May 7, 2014

At the Hop!

We interrupt your normal weekly schedule with this random post. Since I cannot make that emergency broadcast sound I have turned to 90's cartoons for a little help.

This week I was drafted into participating in a little blog-hop by fellow author (and Spokanite) Su Williams (whose books you really should check out). The point of this little shindig is to promote and support other authors. So for today's random mid-week post I have three authors to spotlight for you!

B.S. Johnson

B.S. (Barbie Sue) Johnson grew up in rural towns in Northern Georgia. She has an incredible love for animals, enjoys the outdoors, the water, and spending time with family.

Her works include a free e-Book available on Smashwords, "Being Kind In An Unkind World", several poems and short stories published in Literary Magazines, "Maters, Taters & Grits", which is a non-fiction, and a poetry book called "Rhymes From Darker Times", and a few others in the pipeline.

With hopes to one day have her own Animal Rescue facility, and possibly write a book about the endeavors involved with that, Ms. Johnson has just completed a Certification course in Animal Behavior/Canine Obedience.

Andy Peloquin

Andy Peloquin is a fantasy lover turned author, and he writes the stories he would love to read. 

Growing up as a third-culture kid gave him a broader insight into the world around him, an insight he tries to weave into his books. 

He debuted his first novel, "In the Days: A Tale of the Forgotten Continent," in 2014, and plans on writing many, many more.

Rebecca Scarberry 

Rebecca Scarberry was born and raised in Southern California. She has retired, and writes full-time. She lives on a very secluded farm in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas with her husband and five cats. She has devoted her time to writing fiction since 2009, and has self-published six books in four different genres. Writing for children is her passion.

The books she has published are: "Jumper," "Jumper Bounces Back," "Jumper Meets Bouncy," "Messages from Henry," "Rag Doll," and "Where Love Takes You." The script for one episode of her Jumper series of children’s books is now in the hands of her editor. Television producers are waiting!  

If you're looking for a new read, you might consider one of the above authors! 

A quick reminder, if you live in the Boise area I have a book signing on June 13th at Hyde Park Books

I now return you to your normal week's schedule. 

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