Thursday, March 14, 2013

Day two of The Harbinger blog tour

Feeling more static electricity lately?
That's because Zeus is excited about this book.
I'm suppose to tell you how handsome and clever he is.

Which brings us to our first tour stop of the day!
I'll be talking about the Greek Gods as the villains (the immortal mafia!) in The Harbinger at Nick Wilford's blog.
Make sure you pick up a copy of the Overcoming Adversity anthology too. It's for a great cause and it's full of incredibly inspiring stories.

My second stop is with Heather Holden where I'll be talking about how I can up with Meira's character. How can you write a harpy that a modern woman can relate to?
Check out Heather's brilliant webcomic Echo Effect.
It's Greek myth inspired too!

Today's tidbit: I originally planned for Dionysus to play more of a role in the story, but Ares pushed his way into the spotlight. He's the aggressive type. Who knew?!

11 comments:

  1. It's been fun getting to host you today for The Harbinger blog tour! And aw, thanks for linking to my webcomic--wasn't expecting that when I came to your blog right now! :D

    Also, LOL at Ares stealing the spotlight. He's a lot of fun to read about in Greek mythology, so I'm looking forward to seeing your take on him!

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  2. Hi Christine .. I have to catch up properly with your tours .. glad to see you're over with Nick - and his anthology Overcoming Adversity is well worth a buy, a give-away as a present to family or friends ... and I do hope they raise sufficient funds for Andrew to attend his specialist college.

    Cheers Hilary

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  3. Already caught you over at Nick's today.

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  4. Happy to host again! Congrats on the newest release. Sorry I completely forgot about Day 1 yesterday as I was doing the Indie Life bloghop. Epic fail. Off to catch up!

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  5. Love today's tidbit! Isn't it great how characters take on a life of their own? :)

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  6. I love how you're doing all these stories :)

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  7. I knew there had to be a reason for the extra static electricity! LOL!

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  8. Thank you, everyone! I love it when my characters grow and take over. Okay, sometimes it can be frustrating, but in a good way!

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  9. You are everywhere. I think your marketing for your series has been incredible Christine.

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  10. Yeah. It's fun when a character totally takes over. Gotta go with your muse.

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  11. Love discovering something new about your stories with the blog tour:)

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