Thursday, February 23, 2012

Blog Tour #3 Link

Thank you all for your wonderful comments on my blog the past couple of days. Aside from continuing to put together blog tour stuff, I've been spending most of the past couple of days writing Rising Book 2: Rebellion (which is the only other book in this series) and homeschooling and trying to keep up on housework.

Today's Rising Book 1: Resistance blog tour link is a guest post over on the fantabulous Laura Pauling's blog, in which I talk about the differences between writing my speculative fiction book versus my contemporary fiction book.

Laura (a different Laura—yes, there are a lot of Lauras out there) still has the giveaway for the signed paperback of Rising going on here: paperback giveaway. It's super easy to enter.

20 comments:

  1. Pardon my ignorance but what exactly is speculative fiction? I've been hearing it a lot lately and had gathered it involved books that asked what if questions. Well, they all do that. Is it something more? Maybe similar to dystopians? Sorry I'm so clueless.

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    1. I sent you an email about it. :D No apologizing--you're not clueless at all!

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  2. I used to have a boss that said pacific instead of specific...

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    1. I don't think I've ever actually heard someone say it.

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  3. I love the comic! And I am always beyond impressed with anyone who can home-school AND write. You're amazing!

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    1. Aww, thanks! I feel incredibly scatterbrained sometimes. ;)

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  4. My boss used to say "supposably." I thought I would shoot myself in the head. Will pop over to enjoy your guest post.

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    1. Wow, I've never heard that one!

      Thank you!

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  5. Ha ha! If only that was a real allergy. I think the population would be significantly less :0

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  6. LOL This comic cracked me up. I used to be SO ANAL about that kind of thing, letting others' (and my occasional own) errors make me crazy. Somehow, I've really relaxed that lately. So many times in the recent past, I've realized that I typed something wrong JUST as I hit the "Submit" button. The old me would have had to delete it and resubmit, but I found myself instead going "Oh... I don't care that much. People can just think I'm an idiot!"

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  7. LOL... that comic is hilarious... "Are there others like you?" such a great line!!! :D

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  8. I know someone who often tells me about the 'phrase' her child is going through.

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