Nomar Knight was kind enough to do an interview with me yesterday. You can read it at his blog Knight Chills by accessing the link above. Maybe you'll find out some interesting things about me. I hope so. The main point of this post is to thank Nomar for being so gracious and to tell the readers of my blog about this kind and talented man. Go to his blog and read some of his posts and you'll see what I mean. He feels the same way I do when it comes to children: his warmth overflows. I need more space to do this great man some justice. His story needs to be told and I hope he can find time to do an interview with me. This will not be a I did one for you so you can do one for me deal. I want the warmth of the man to shine through. He deserves more friends.
Suzanne Robb and I are both in the anthology "Undead Of Winter." As you can see above, she has written a lot of stories for anthologies. Not only is she a writer, she holds degrees in anthropology and Psychology. She writes creative non-fiction, humor/parody, and horror with a twist. After having read her zombie tale in "Undead Of Winter, " I would say the twist part is quite accurate.
I was looking at her blog, Ramblings of an Anxiety Ridden Mind, and I am very impressed with her honesty, telling of her journey into writing and publication. It is like a journal of ups and downs interspersed with news of her books that are out there now and other topics.
What do I see of this lady's writing? She has success and will get more. Her novel will be published. Why? Because she won't quit. Read her stories. You'll see what I mean.
Armand Rosamilia wasted no time in getting this beauty out! "Undead Of Winter", an extreme zombie anthology is now out on Smashwords for the insane price of only $2.99. It has zombie tales from Jonah Buck, R.S. Pyne, Tim Lieder, Brent Abell, Suzanne Robb, Lisa McCourt Hollar, Carole Gill, Armand Rosamilia, and Blaze McRob. I just read the proofs and loved all these stories. What an eclectic array of talented authors and tales.
Within a week or so, Lulu will have the paper version as well as ebook. Kindle should be up in a couple of days. As soon as I know, I will post those links for you.
Move your little fingers across the keyboards and go to Smashwords for some fantastic reading.