Hell Week 2017 – Day 7- Chris Morris/Orpheus

Character Spotlight About yourself: *Who are/were you? Tell us about your life before you came here, and after. A: I am Orpheus, son of the Thracian king Oeagros or perhaps even of Apollo, but most certainly sprung from the belly of the Muse Calliope, forever to hear the strains of her harmonies in all things. … Continue reading Hell Week 2017 – Day 7- Chris Morris/Orpheus

Hell Week 2017- Day 1 – Joe Bonadonna/Quasimodo

  Name: Joe Bonadonna Character Spotlight About yourself: *Who are/were you?   Tell us about your life before you came here, and after. My name, it is Quasimodo. In life, I was once crowned Pope of Fools, for I was and still I am the most ugly and misshapen cathedral bell ringer of them all. The … Continue reading Hell Week 2017- Day 1 – Joe Bonadonna/Quasimodo

Swift Six and Blog Tour – Janine Ashbless – Erotic Romance/Fantasy

Name:  Janine Ashbless What attracts you to the genre in which you write? I write erotic romance and erotica, mostly with fantasy or paranormal settings. It’s the perfect genre for me: I can build whole unique worlds with dramatic settings and life-or-death plots, and at the heart of the story is all the tension and … Continue reading Swift Six and Blog Tour – Janine Ashbless – Erotic Romance/Fantasy

Monsters and Myth – Dragons

This post  previously appeared as part of https://jenniferloiske.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/author-interview-meet-a-l-butcher/ which featured last year to promote Heroika: Dragon Eaters  http://www.amazon.com/HEROIKA-DRAGON-S-E-Lindberg-ebook/dp/B00VFVCQRS/ Dragons – why do they captivate us? Dragons have been part of mythology for centuries. The Welsh, for example, have Y Ddraig Goch, the Red Dragon as the national emblem – a dragon passant (standing with one foot … Continue reading Monsters and Myth – Dragons

A Week with The Dragon Eaters – Joe Bonnadona

Welcome to the first post in Dragon Eaters Week. Please welcome fantasy and science fiction author Joe Bonnadona. The Dragon’s Horde, appears in Heroika 1: Dragon Eaters, the brand-new, shared-theme anthology of Heroic Fiction created and edited by Janet Morris (c), and published by Perseid Press. *Who are you? My name is Vadreo. I am a … Continue reading A Week with The Dragon Eaters – Joe Bonnadona

Character Interview Thirty Two – Briseis – Hand of Fire Blog Tour – Historical Fiction

As some of you know I am quite a fan of history, especially ancient history so I was delighted when author Judith Starkson got in touch asking me to participate in the blog tour for Hand of Fire.   The Iliad is the epic tale of the Trojan War, told by Homer in true heroic … Continue reading Character Interview Thirty Two – Briseis – Hand of Fire Blog Tour – Historical Fiction

Character Interview Number Twelve – Admiral Ruznak

Tell Us About Yourself Name (s): Ruznak.  Some call me “Admiral” Ruznak, but I don’t really think I’ve been to sea recently enough to keep that title. Age: Ninety-six. Please tell us a little about yourself. Well, what’s there to tell?  Oh, sure, I may be the last surviving refugee from the Borden Isles after their rebellion, and … Continue reading Character Interview Number Twelve – Admiral Ruznak

Fantasy….it’s everywhere – part 2 – St George and the Dragon

Following on from my previous post about the pervasiveness of fantasy I have been thinking about this a lot. I am British, and Britain has a very rich heritage of myth and folklore; we have dragons, we have knights who slay them, we have mythical kings and magic swords, we have monsters inhabiting Scottish Lochs, … Continue reading Fantasy….it’s everywhere – part 2 – St George and the Dragon