Book Giveaway, Author Interview, Review and Hello to My 602 Blog Followers! A Friday Writing Roundup.

Typing dudeHi Everyone.

I love days like this! The sun is shining, the grass is green and my ego is the size of Manhattan for today I have reached 602 blog followers!

This is a big deal for me, my writing and this crazy author dream I’ve had since I was child. Thank you so much! I hope you continue to enjoy my writing!

This has also been a fun week for my new novel A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM, recently published by Madison Street Publishing (Out now and under ten dollars!).

  • Through May 12 there is a book giveaway going on at English Historical Authors. To enter you simply need to visit this link and enter a comment. One lucky person will win a print copy of my latest surprising novel.
  • This week I also had the opportunity to have a fun interview with the website Austen Hill. Kelly, who runs the site, also reviewed my book on Wednesday. A review that still makes me blush. You can read the interview here and the book review here.
  • A Jane Austen DaydreamA JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM is still being sold exclusively via amazon.com where you can find it in print now for ONLY $9.85 and as an eBook for just $3.99. I hope you will consider buying it via this link. (You can also learn more about the book, see reviews, and read an excerpt on the DAYDREAM page on this site here).

On a side note, I am currently locking down my book MAXIMILIAN STANDFORTH AND THE CASE OF THE DANGEROUS DARE (I gave an update on this book I am self-publishing here). Yesterday, I ordered a proof copy of the book which I should have next week. I can not wait to see it and, more importantly, share it with you.

I hope everyone has a nice weekend, is enjoying A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM, and continue to enjoy my little verbal adventures (posts).

Thank you so much for reading!

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11 responses

  1. Hey Scott. I’m reacquainting myself with the internet and thought I’d stop by. Love your banner but I have a few questions. 1. Where can I get that Tolkien set? 2. Are those the actual titles of your screenplays?

    Have a great weekend!

    • LOL!

      Thanks for asking about the scripts! When I sat down to write screenplays, my first thought was to write a story for each season, capturing the mood of that seasons. They are four different stories with different characters, however. Those aren’t the titles. One of them, my spring film, was the starting point for my novel Permanent Spring Showers.

      In regards to the Tolkien set. My brother (who is a photographer in Los Angeles) created that image. That bookset is one I purchased for him around 2000 (before the Fellowship film came out). Each Book in LOTR is in its own book. I think I bought it at a local Barnes and Noble. They probably have it on amazon. Personally, my copy of LOTR is how Tolkien intended it- one big hardcover with no breaks between the books. My copy doesn’t even say “Fellowship” or “Two Towers” between the books. It is just one large novel.

    • That is really sweet. It is not corny at all, I really appreciate it. Thank you.

      By the way, have you checked out A Jane Austen Daydream yet. Very different from the last book. I look forward to hearing what you think.

      Cheers!

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