So, in the midst of all the heroes and villains, DMFRHs and random stuff, you might have missed I wrote a book. I’m actually writing a series (whaddya know about that?!) that deals with Angels and mankind and God and ideas of faith, obedience, free will vs choice, and love and duty. Heavy stuff, huh? So I made a brand new blog called Falling From Grace, where we can discuss the weightier themes in the Heaven Falls series and leave the villainy over here. Today marks the first post of the sober stuff and it’s all about Disobedience. Check it out and drop a comment on the blog or let’s hash it out on the Facebook page.
As a note of thanks for supporting my many endeavors, I leave you with the Bartles & Jaymes guys–I think we share the same sentiments:
It is said, “the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, but Heaven is full of good works.” And the biggest difference between the two is choice. That’s what this book, The Road to Hell, is all about.
The cost of choice. The consequence of choice. The power of choice. These were the themes I played with in the book and Lucifer gets the ball rolling early. He starts it all with a simple choice, with a want for something greater. He wants something for himself. He sees what he is and what he can and can’t do and wants something that belongs to him. Something just for him. It’s a small thing, really, and, as I was writing the story, it was the most personal of the choices I wrote about. Who doesn’t want something for themselves?
Now, you have the choice to read the rest over at Debbie Brown’s Amethyst Eyes blog. Swing by, check out the interview and the guest post, and leave a comment.
Also don’t forget, there’s a brand new Facebook page for the Heaven Falls series. Stop by, give us a Like and join the discussion.
And for my wicked little readers who are wading through these posts for more villainy goodness, Mommie Dearest will be gracing Crooked Letterz later today.
Heaven’s not what you think. At least not in my book. And you’re either gonna love it or you’re gonna hate it.
I generally get questions about the world, about the version of Heaven, I built for The Road to Hell. It’s not a world of fluffy clouds and fat babies with harps. It’s not even a grass-covered meadow with wondrous waterfalls and hordes of wildflowers (well, not in the beginning), and there are absolutely, positively no diamonds or golden streets, rainbows or unicorns. My version of Heaven is kind of minimalist, kind of bleak. Kind of blah.
But there’s a reason for it…
You wanna know, doncha? Well, you gotta check out my guest post over at The AvidReader for the answer.
Then swing by the new Facebook page, Like Us, and join the discussion!
So friends and foes, you may not know it but August is the MONTH OF PROMOTION! I’m trying to do it like Visa and be everywhere you wanna be so I’m participating in the Orangeberry Summer Splash–hence the lovely badge in this post and on the site. The Summer Splash is a blog tour of 100 magnificent authors and 106 books. I strongly, STRONGLY (this is me saying Pretty Please With Sugar On Top!) encourage you to check out these folks and their works.
Tomorrow, I’ll be haunting My Seryniti with another interview, a guest blog post (still all about villains) AND a book review by Seryniti herself. But wait, there’s more! There’s a TwitterView on August 8–a TwitterView is an interview via Twitter (yeah, I never heard of it either) sponsored by the Hostess With The Mostest, Pandora Poikilos, bestselling author of Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out. And there are more stops along the way: On August 12, I’ll be breaking down Page 99 of The Road to Hellover at Mommy Reviews. If you haven’t, start reading now! On August 18, I’ll stop by We Fancy Books to deliver my Top Ten Heroes (I like a couple of the good guys). And on August 22-23, Pandora will blow me up on Twitter and plaster my pretty face all over her site at Peace from Pieces.
But the party starts today with an author interview by lil ol’ me over at The Bunny’s Review. Check me out!
And if you wanna learn more about the Orangeberry Summer Splash and the authors in it, check out the press release!
That’s right, boys and girls, friends and neighbors, for rest of this lucky day, my novel, The Road to Hell is FREE on Amazon Kindle. Click here to get em while they’re hot…and FREE!
Just finished the book cover! Very excited!