I did an interview on Dalton Public Access Community Television, which has a reach throughout most of the Berkshires (Western Mass) about Fuzzy Business. It went very well, and I hope I didn’t ramble much. I’m not sure when the finished video will air, but I will upload it to the web as soon as I receive a copy from the studio.
When we were pressed for time, the interviewer asked me about some of my favorite authors. I named Terry Goodkind, Jim Butcher, and Janet Evanovich… but I just had a terrible realization. I completely forgot to mention one of my favorite authors of all time, a man whom I have actually met, whose books make me laugh and inspire me to write more: Larry Correia.
I am fixing this egregious error now. Name a favorite author? Larry Motherfucking Correia! If you’ve never heard of him, go buy Monster Hunter International and prepare to be blown away! He has many other books out as well, not just the excellent novels of the Monster Hunter series. He spins an extremely entertaining, action-packed tale and knows his monsters and his weapons well. I hope he can forgive me for my terrible, terrible brain fart.
Look at me, all purtied up for the camera 🙂 Necklace is from my girlfriend Erica over at Madrigan Designs
I’m gonna be on TV! I’m super cereal, folks. That’s the beauty of living in a small community. I’ll be doing an interview at 6pm Wednesday July 24th on Dalton Community Television, channel 16, public access. Don’t worry if you don’t live in the Berkshires; once it’s done, they’ll put snippets from the interview on YouTube and I will link them here for you to watch.
And if you DO live in the Berkshires (Western Massachusetts), you can also see a special featured display of my book at Wild Sage in Pittsfield.
Thanks for your support!
Can you recommend a good reference book or website for weapons that were in regular use between about 1500-1800AD? Post it in the comments, please! Thanks!
Thank you to everyone who shared the link to the 5 day Free Run of Fuzzy Business. I really appreciate your help! Hopefully I’ll get some more reviews soon, as it seems the book was quite popular. At one point, my book was #14 out of the top 100 in the Kindle download Women Sleuth’s listing. How awesome is that?!
The Kindle price is back up to $1.99 now, but that hasn’t stopped buyers before. Huzzah!
Question for my readers: did YOU like the book? What ideas or situations would you like to see expanded in book two?
Have a happy and fun time this Independence Day, everyone!