Tourist Trap is science fiction in that it takes place on another planet, one terraformed from Pleistocene Earth. It follows an ex-slave (Roi, from Homecoming) and his three friends from slavery on what to them is a challenge journey across the wilderness of Falaron. What they don't know (but the reader does) is that Roi's half brother is trying to kill them. More information at my author site and blog.
Hi Ryder, thank you for the nice surprise of coming to my site here and liking it. I can say I got very curious walking through your website and seeing your exciting book cover and noticing "dicklit". Wow. Gertrude Stein would appreciate the little pun!
I have been eaten up by all the happenings with the Summer of Stein, quite unable to keep up with my She Writes old and new friends. Sigh. I hope I will have a come back (!)....
Thanks for the add. If I can be of any assistance here to you let me know. I also feature authors and their work on my blog on a monthly basis as a free service. My blog is www.priscillasauthor.blogspot.com If you are interested in being featured, send me a msg and we will talk.
Thanks for the comment. Actually, I am trying to work on one booklet at a time. That is my goal. I was working or three going back and forth, but then I read that the way to get a major writing done is to do one at a time. So I'm trying to whittle my large projects down.
Thank you so much for joining my group Blooming Late!
I saw your blog and it was very good! I liked the first lines you chose especially the first one! Also the post from friday I can so relate to since there are 3 of us in my family sharing one DVR!
I appreciate that you want to be a guest blogger on my blog, thank you! Also please take some time to introduce yourself to the group in the Kicking it off discussion as well as list your writing accomplishments and goals.
Also please list your blog in OUR GROUPS BLOGS in the pages section to the left of the group main page so others in the group can see it.
This group is a great group of gals who are wonderful sources on support, encouragement and inspiration for your writing.
Ryder, We're pleased to have you join us at the Southern Writers Group. Be sure and go over and introduce yourself. Zetta's Roll Call is a good place to start but feel free to jump in anywhere. I'm sure you will have much to add. Welcome, Best, Nicky
I saw your comment about needing some navigation. Re the A to Z Challenge, I followed Kathy's link to her blog and found the link there to the April A to Z Challenge. I wish I had known about it sooner, it sounds like fun. Let us know if you have any other questions, I'm sure someone will jump in with an answer. :)
I just opened the door to the novelist group for you - welcome! You might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion if you're not too uncomfortable talking about what you're working on. I’ll look forward to chatting with you!
Ryder, Nice to see you in PINew. I see from there that you write fiction. If you write longer works as well as short (or think you might like to), we’d love to have you join us in the Novelists – Struggling or Not group as well.
Meg Waite Clayton
Moderator, Publishing Industry News, and Novelist Group
Author of the national bestseller, The Wednesday Sisters
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