Heads up!

My website provider has let me know that they’ve fixed whatever was wrong with my blog. I’ve been given the go-ahead on that, so I’ll be transferring my blog posts from here back onto my main site blog.

If you’ve bookmarked this blog, I thank you kindly for doing so. I won’t be getting rid of the blog here at this address. It’ll still be here as back up. 🙂 Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Fun Facts About Gregory Marshall Smith

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Fun Facts About Gregory Marshall Smith

 

Hunters Tour ButtonHello, Lissette.

Thank you for letting me have this time to tell you a few interesting things about myself and my book.

As, hopefully, everyone will know soon, I am the author of the new novel Hunters, which is about a band of humans desperately working to stop vampires from uniting for a deadly new alliance.

That said, let us get to some of the fun facts: Continue reading

Review: Hunters – Gregory Marshall Smith

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Hunters Book Cover Fort Worth, Texas

Louis Riordan, a vicious, yet determined, master vampire rules the city with an iron thumb. Every thing that happens, every movement made – he knows it all. Surrounding himself with only the best, he seeks to extend his reign over the entire vampiric world, regardless of the consequences. His goal – to gain the allegiance of 16 of America’s top master vampires in hopes of achieving an awakening that will further cement his standing within the dominion that he’s created.

The Hunters have been privy to Riordan’s movements for ages, eager to take him down in any way possible. Considered a ragtag group of mercenaries, Riordan and his cohorts think that The Hunters are easy to take down. Little do they know, looks are definitely deceiving. Continue reading

Interviewed By Joe Eastwood

lemai Hi ya, peeps.

I was recently interviewed by the lovely, and talented, Joseph Eastwood. He’s the writer of the novel, Lumen, which is not yet available, but it will be. You can check out more of his writing on his blog and he also has more posted up on Scribd. Be sure to check it out. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it very much. Also, if you haven’t already, how about taking a moment to like his page on Facebook. 🙂

Thanks for interviewing me, Joe. It was quite a pleasure! Continue reading

Is It Working As Intended?

scroll Let’s say you’re like me – still new to this Indie Author thing. You’ve set up the needed platforms to promote your work – Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, and several other sources. You’ve created a blog and started posting whenever possible. Bit.ly has become your best friend as it is handy whenever you need to shorten links. Overall, you’re making friends and establishing that much needed online presence, although you know that you’ve a long way to go.

Everything seems to be going well and you’re quite content with how things are going, so far. You do your best to keep up with everything as each day goes by and you’re thinking that things are where they should be. Nothing seems out of order and you’re sure that you’ve done everything possible in making others aware of you and your writing. But have you done enough? Continue reading

Maintaining A Website And A Blog

pen etc Maintaining a website and a blog at the same time takes some doing. I confess that I suck at it. Mind you, I had no problem creating either. It’s just the updating that I do badly with. But in my defense, when I do take the time to update them, I do it with gusto.

Take today, for instance. I spent several hours updating the pages on my website, adding in a calendar on several of the pages and posting the appropriate links to my RSS feed, my Twitter, and my Facebook author’s page. The feed link, though, goes straight to this blog, as I still need to create the .XML file that will allow me to link to my website’s feed stream. Which should come into being soon. Continue reading