We’re moving right along! Yesterday, we appeared on the Prism Book Alliance blog with a blog post by me about how we chose the title:
What’s in a book title? Plenty, especially when you are naming an anthology. The thing is, you want something unique that people will remember. Something that hasn’t already been used a million times. And something that clearly conveys what your book is about. And often, those things aren’t mutually compatible.
That sure seemed to be the case when the four authors in Travels Through the Scarlet Equinox gathered on Facebook to start brainstorming the title for their new release…
And Freddy gets interviewed over at Cia’s Stories:
CS: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
FM: Hiking, camping, iFly (indoor skydiving), going to football games, watching soccer. All sorts of outdoor things. J
CS: What’s the best part of being an author?
FM: Being able to explore new worlds and watch how readers interact with those worlds.
We’re also popping up on Carly’s Book Reviews with another post by me (I know – I got mine done early):
A pink hedgehog, a bear shifter, a fallen elf, and a broken man walk into a book together… Yeah, I know it sounds like the beginning of a crazy joke. But it’s amazing what can happen when you gather four talented writers, give them a theme and say “Go”!
The folks at Mischief Corner Books did just that with their latest anthology, “Travels Through the Scarlet Equinox” – they asked me and three other authors to write them something that was “Fall themed.”