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Okay, I am. I told myself I wouldn't, but I am. I'll lead with some news to fool myself... I woke up to a couple interesting emails in my inbox. The first was from the staff at ConDFW. They've got the schedule put together so I know when I'll be able to sneak off to the … Continue reading I Am Not Writing About Writing
Due to the mystical powers of html, caching and a bit of Murphy's Law, my blog calendar is busted for today and refuses to update. The working link to today's blog tour stop is HERE http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2014/10/crimson-son-by-russ-linton-interview.html Thanks!
How can a powerless kid confront his father's world of weaponized humans? Sample Chapter - Chapter One Available at: Description: Nineteen-year-old Spencer Harrington is the son of the Crimson Mask, the world’s most powerful superhero. Since witnessing his mother’s abduction two years ago, he’s been confined to his father’s arctic bunker. When the “Icehole” comes … Continue reading Crimson Son
Behold! The insanity between my ears! Savor! The increasingly convoluted answers to the question "why did you become a writer?" Feel! No, on second thought, please look but don't touch anything...keep your hands inside the car at all times. Amazing! Astonishing! Uncanny! I never quite got why comic books would throw fancy adjectives in front of their titles like … Continue reading Uncanny Blog Tour Day One
Me! Yep. I totally won with the Goodreads Giveaway. 885 people entered to win, which means 885 people were interested in getting their hands on Crimson Son. If the purpose was to blow my mind: Mission Accomplished. Another tremendous "thank you" to the Goodreads Community. You've all been extremely generous giving an unknown author like … Continue reading And the Winner is…
I wanted to write a quick post to thank everyone who is participating in the GoodReads Giveaway. As of today, 212 people have entered and I've had close to 100 people add the book to their "to-read" list. Had I known it was going to get so much attention, I would have offered more copies to … Continue reading A Word of Thanks and the Latest Review for Crimson Son