Thursday, October 18, 2012

Today...


Have you guys met Liz Briggs? -------------------->

Today I'm over at her blog doing a 5 Questions and 1 Confession.

Go check it out if you want to know what my geeky confession is...



Next, I'm going to take a quick part in EJ Wesley's  Bury The Hatchet Blogfest...

There's definitely one thing I'd like to bury the hatchet to... and that is the rainbow wheel of death! You know this thing? ------>

Yeah. That's my biggest pet peeve. ;)



Author E.J. Wesley is launching his latest title, BLOOD FUGUE, and wants you to help him celebrate! Check out his blog The Open Vein for details on how to take part, and how to enter for a chance to win some sweet prizes!

What's BLOOD FUGUE about?

Armed only with an ancient family journal, her rifle, and an Apache tomahawk, Jenny must save her grandfather’s life and embrace her dangerous heritage. Or be devoured by it. Blood Fugue, by E.J. Wesley, is the first of the Moonsongs books, a series of paranormal-action novelettes.


BLOOD FUGUE is available now via SmashwordsAmazon, and Barnes & Noble and most other eBook retailers. Check out the author on Goodreads

I've read EJ's work, and he's soooooo talented. Definitely worthy of checking out.

Red. Head. Out. :D 



29 comments:

  1. Off to visit!
    I know the blue screen of death...

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  2. LOL. I don't think your hair is crazy :) I think it's beautiful!

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  3. i know not of the rainbow whell of death.....:)

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  4. lol Ah yes, the beach ball of doom is well known in Mac circles. :-D

    Thanks so much for participating in the blogfest, Morgan! Means a ton to me to have the support of people I admire. I'm jumping over to check out your 5 Qs ... and 1 confession. *sinister music plays*

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  5. Awesome! Can't wait to read EJs book and didn't know he was having a blogfest!!! So fun :)

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  6. Wait a minute.. "The lovely Morgan Shamy just signed with Karen Grencik of Red Fox Literary Agency"..

    WHERE HAVE I BEEN? How did I miss this news? Was it during my move from Utah to Virginia.. cause honestly I blacked out most of that drive.

    Holy Cow.. (apparently belated) CONGRAT'S

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  7. You've been busy! Thanks for the rec on Blood Fugue--I'll have to take a look!

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  8. I don't know the rainbow wheel of death. I'm assuming from the comments it's a Mac thing.

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  9. The rainbow wheel of death? Haha I guess not knowing what that is would be a #pcprob (yep, I definitely just used a hashtag on blogger). I'm off to visit!

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  10. LIZ!!! Hooray! I have no idea what the rainbow wheel of death is...shucks. And Blood Fugue sounds good!

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  11. Oh, you are a busy girl. Now on to Liz's site.

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  12. Stopped by Liz's! Great interview, Morgan! :)

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  13. The rainbow wheel would make an awesome candy. What flavor would it be? Mixed fruit?

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  14. Good thing I read the comments. I thought the 'rainbow wheel of death' had something to do with paint colors or candy. LOL #canyoutellIhaveaPC? :P

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  15. Congrats again. And from that pic on the interview, it does look like you have some really crazy hair. But you still rock! *hugs*

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  16. weird, what is that rainbow for? i'm off to check out the interview...

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  17. Best of luck to EJ...headed over to read interview now!

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  18. Off to check out the awesomeness! :)

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  19. I don't know this rainbow wheel of death. I think I'm very afraid!

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  20. BLOOD FUGUE caught my attention at the mention of "Apache." :) Will look into it.

    Meanwhile, I'll go check out your guest post!

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  21. Me late.

    Again.

    What's new?

    I'm blue.

    But wait, me no know what the Rainbow wheel thingy is... must be a Mac thing.

    Me PC.

    Me never have prob-

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  22. I hate that spinning pinwheel of death! Somehow it manages to be even more annoying that that old blinking bomb on the vintage Macs I grew up on. Even worse was how the computer would make a sound when you tried to press the mouse or any key as the bomb was blinking.

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  23. Never used a Mac, but from the sound of the rainbow wheel it must be very annoying!

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  24. Great interview! Congrats again on your agent.

    And the rainbow wheel looks so sweet, too...

    Can't wait to read E.J's book!

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  25. Great interview and congrats on getting your agent!

    All the best!

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  26. Feh - on the rainbow wheel of death. I groan every time it makes an appearance - evil harbinger of tech-disaster.

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  27. I wish I had a great view to gaze out at when I'm working out story ideas. I mostly stare at the wall and imagine it's something more beautiful. haha. Great interview. Congrats on being a one year old blogger!

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  28. Hey, Morg,

    I've never heard of the rainbow wheel of death... off to check your interview!

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