Monday night I chatted live at Night Owl Reviews with fellow Midnight Seductions Author, Elizabeth Black. I always like the live chats. They move quickly and are always fun...the questions people ask are great.
Thank you everyone who showed up!
If you haven't seen my Twitter stream...I am a HUGE fan of The Blacklist. Love the way James Spader is just wickedly evil but has a core of integrity.
Favorite lines from this weeks episode:
"Let me put your mind at ease. I'm never telling you everything."
--when reminded that he's killed two people since working with the FBI--"We've gotten off to a rocky start."
Advice to Ressler when it comes to dealing with the French intelligence officer--"Or bed over any available piece of furniture and let her slap your ass, she loves that."
"I'm betting on the long play. The future."
I also bounce back and forth between The Voice and Sleepy Hollow. I know, weird combination, but I like the talent of the people on The Voice, but Orlando Jones is just wonderful on Sleepy Hollow. I enjoyed his performance as the museum tour holograph in The Time Machine with Guy Pearce. Just too bad this week was a rerun of the Sleepy Hollow premiere.
As for my blog tour,
I find it interesting sometimes how you have expectations for something and then when it doesn't quite come out the way you thought it would, you sit back and wonder "what did I do wrong?"
For a couple of the blog stops I've been on, I've taken the time to seriously think about the questions being asked by the blog host, only to visit the site and find out my "interviews" aren't even included in the posts. I enjoyed the questions and thought I had some good answers...I'll post the interviews that were missing if anyone would like to see them.
I do appreciate the great review for Rite of First Claim.
I have to wonder though, do readers really just want to see the books available without knowing anything about the author? Would I be better off simply posting a scene or two on my blog for each of the books I have out?
Feel free to let me know your thoughts on the situation.