Hello out there!  We’ve slowed down a little bit over here on the publicity tour, but we are not yet finished!

Here’s what’s been going on and I hope that you check out some of these great places!

On May 17, I was on the Horror Happens Radio Show and had an absolute blast talking with Jay Kay about Vicki Beautiful.  If you’d like to give it a listen, there are a couple of ways to do this as it is not a podast: 1. Through the TuneIn app you can find the Horror Happens RS or 2. I use the SoundCloud app and follow Horror Happens RS on there.  Again, I was on the May 17 show and since it is a 5+ hour show, I am on at the 3 hour and 23 minute mark.  I suggest you give the whole show a listen, though!

On May 29, The Scary Reviews allowed me to write a great guest post for them.

On June 1, I was on something a bit off of the regular path and I appeared on a Twitter-centric podcast called Tweeters in 12 where I gave an interview.  We talked about my experiences on Twitter as well as a bit about Vicki Beautiful and my love of the horror genre.  I hope you check it out!  I’m episode 56.

On June 3, my day was brightened by a fantastic review given to me by The Horror Bookshelf.

On June 5, the ever gracious Glenn Rolfe interviewed me on his site and we had a great time.

Thank you to everyone who is helping me to chug along out here.

Thanks to Jay Kay for making me sweat and really think about how to answer some of the questions that he asked me on his fantastic radio show.

Thanks to David Spell for hosting me and for helping authors everywhere with his reviews.

Thanks to Marc Mackenzie for having me on his awesome podcast.  It was fun!

Thanks to Rich Duncan and all the great people at the Horror Bookshelf for pumping renewed interest into our genre every day.

Thanks again to Glenn Rolfe for his tireless help and exposure.  You, sir, are golden.

Thanks again to my publicist Erin Sweet-Al Mehairi for being an angel to me.

And thank you to the readers and the kind folks who send me those little comments of encouragement.  You’re all appreciated.

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