Interview: Lisa Cindrich & Jay Sparks of Glynn River Press

Please welcome Lisa Cindrich and Jay Sparks from Glynn River Press. they're here to chat about self-promotion, villains, retelling of classics, and more. Enjoy! Are minions/sidekicks just throwaway devices in a tale? Can they become more? Do they need to become more? Jay: Secondary characters, especially those closest to the narrator and his/her chief antagonist, … Continue reading Interview: Lisa Cindrich & Jay Sparks of Glynn River Press

Interview: Piers Alexander, Author of The Bitter Trade

Everyone, please welcome Piers Alexander to the blog. He is the author of the historical fiction The Bitter Trade, and you can catch my review of it over HERE. It is much amusement we chat about time travel, books we have yet to appreciate, meals famous dead authors might have fancied, among other interesting things. … Continue reading Interview: Piers Alexander, Author of The Bitter Trade

Interview: T. B. Markinson, Author of A Woman Lost

Folks, please welcome author T. B. Markinson to Dab of Darkness. I started following her blog last year, long before I knew she was an author, because of her pets. Yep. What can I say, I'm attracted to small fuzzy creatures, and Miles and Atticus certainly count as cute. In fact, I knew the names … Continue reading Interview: T. B. Markinson, Author of A Woman Lost

The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

Why I Read It: The Estella Society was hosting a read along. Where I Got It: The Library Who I Recommend This To: Ghost-story lovers who like a slow build up with lots of nuance. Narrator: Simon Vance Publisher: Books on Tape (2009) Length: 13 CDs I enjoyed this book from the beginning because of … Continue reading The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

The Little Stranger Read Along Part II

Welcome back all to the second, and concluding, part of the read along of The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters. Once again, this most awesome pick was the choice of the folks of The Estella Society, so make sure to wander over there and sample their take on this book. The Little Stranger Read Along … Continue reading The Little Stranger Read Along Part II

The Little Stranger Read Along Part I

Hello everyone. Welcome to the read along of The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters. This read along is the brainchild of those lovely, quick-tongued, and highly entertaining folks over at The Estella Society, so make sure to stop by and enjoy their site. As stated on their site, this is kind of a loosey-goosey read … Continue reading The Little Stranger Read Along Part I

R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril VII

I've decided to join the fracas over at Stainless Steel Droppings, where some of the best fracases have been. This particular one will involve the spooky, the mysterious, and the frightening for the next two months (through Halloween). I'll let Stainless Steel Droppings fill you in on the details (and remember to stop by over … Continue reading R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril VII