My last stop on the blog tour was on Friday, and that concludes the standard tour, aaawww. I'm doing something slightly different this time and replying to comments here, all in the same place, and you can feel free to read the full post at The Cerebral Writer blog.
A quick snippet of the post:
I have an intense fascination with all things strange and unexplained. Weird is just awesome to me... probably because I am weird, but aren’t we all? I don’t know about you, but this whole “normal” ideal doesn’t really seem to exist. Just varying shades of weird. (What shade of weird are you? I’d like to think I’m some sort of purple or burgundy.)
Click here to read the full guest post on The Cerebral Writer blog =).
And now, the comments =).
Mai wrote: "Do you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes you?"
After having finished this novel, I can honestly tell you that working with an outline is better for me, although writing and seeing where it takes me is still part of the process. The outline serves as a sort of map, but there are a lot of things that can happen along the way, so nothing is set in stone until the final edits are done =).
Tammy wrote: "Who is your favorite author?"
I honestly don't have one specific favorite author, although I have always enjoyed Kurt Vonnegut's work, especially The Sirens of Titan and Slaughterhouse Five. I also loved Lost Souls by Poppy Z. Brite and Phantom by Susan Kay, and those are my all-time favorites aside from some of the classics like Dante's Divine Comedy =).
Victoria wrote: "I've really enjoyed following the tour for Fibers and I'm looking forward to reading it. Thanks for sharing :)"
Thank you so much! I'm thrilled that you've enjoyed the tour and I hope you love the novel when you read it! =)
Rita wrote: "I have enjoyed the tour. The book sounds great."
Becky wrote: "Sounds like a great read."
Thank you both! I hope you pick up a copy to read as soon as possible and that you love the journey this story takes you on =).
It's been a great pleasure being on this blog tour and I look forward to doing another one for the second book in the series, Numbers =). Of course I have to write it first, but now that the main tour is over and things have slowed down a little, I can't wait to dive in and see what happens to Anna and her friends next on their journey through this interdimensional conspiracy =).
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