Today, the Keep of Ages Blog tour swings by Book Briefs, where Michelle has been a kind supporter of the Vault of Dreamers series from back at the very beginning, when she was part of the original Vault blog tour. Her past reviews of Rosie’s story (Vault of Dreamers, Rule of Mirrors) have been lively and thoughtful, with a wild claim that I’m “a master storyteller.”
I’m delighted to be returning to her site with a guest post on the fabulous covers of the books. Do… Continue reading
For my next stop on the Keep of Ages Blog Tour, I’m dropping by Fiktshun to propose a fantasy cast for the Vault of Dreamers series. It was fun to think about which actors would be good to play Rosie, Linus, Burnham, and my other favorite characters.
Will the books ever become films or a series on Netflix? Hard to say, but it’s not impossible. I do have a film agent, and that’s a key step.
Rachel, the stellar blogger who runs Fiktshun, is also hosting a giveaway, so stop… Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that the Keep of Ages Blog Tour begins next week!
Ten stellar bloggers will be posting reviews, interviews, and guest blogs about Rosie’s story starting next Wednesday, August 16th, and I am so thankful for their enthusiasm and support. It’s awesome to feel the excitement building for this book. Following the tour is a great way to learn new tidbits about Rosie’s story, behind-the-scenes reveals about your favorite characters, and insights about how the series was written. The bloggers will also host giveaways!
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The Rule of Mirrors Blog Tour wraps up today with a review by Malissa over at Reads All the Books. I love to see how she responded to the way Rosie’s mind ends up in two characters. As she puts it, “it’s so interesting to watch how this one mind reacts to these two vastly different circumstances and how they choose to move forward.” I so hoped the concept would work, and I’m glad it for Malissa. She is running a giveaway, too, so stop on by!… Continue reading
The Rule of Mirrors Blog Tour continues to Working for the Mandroid, where Leslie has posted her thoughtful review of The Rule of Mirrors. It’s cool when a blogger comments on the scope of a series, and I appreciate Leslie’s astute observation that “the author has returned with another bizarre sci-fi meets psychological thriller romp that balances on the edge of social commentary.”
The Rule of Mirrors Blog Tour has made it to Once Upon A Twilight with a playlist for The Rule of Mirrors, complete with songs I listened to while I was writing and others that go with the theme, characters, and moods of the novel. Leydy did a fabulous job finding links to play each song, so listening to the sequence is an experience in itself. I especially like the Joplin, which never sounds as good when I try to play it myself.