Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The 13th Floor Collection blog tour carries on!

Have you ever imagined different endings for your stories?
I've thought about so many ways my tales could end, but they always lead me to where they want to go.

Visit M. Pepper Langlinais' blog to read the alternate endings to the 13th Floor novellas. Could the series have ended with a tragedy? Maybe there would have been different couples?
Click and find out!

Enter this week's giveaway for a chance to win a copy of the collection!

A reminder that the Realms Faire 2013 is less than a month away!
I'll be competing in the Joust this year, or rather, my champion will be. Please come support him in his quest to unseat last year's winner.
Mary has done such a fantastic job with the badges.

My knight:


  1. I'm so behind on the blog tour, eep! I can't wait to check out that post on alternate endings later. It's always so fun to see how differently certain stories could've turned out!

  2. I love that you have alternate endings. I have alternate scenes and deleted scenes and abandoned plot points, but I don't think I have any alternate endings.

    I am currently pondering a major plot change that could possibly lead to an alternate ending, though.

  3. You have just floored me with the amount of work you've done on your tour.

  4. Thanks, everyone! I'm happy to have you cheer on my champion. Rally behind the gorgeous knight!

  5. I'm debating several possible ways to end Worlds on Edge [BW#5] right now. I think I finally hit on the right one.

    I need to get imagining endings for the other book... I have a vague notion. It needs to be less vague. lol

  6. Already stopped by to see your alternate endings. Go Xan! :)

  7. Alternate endings are fun to play around with, though for me they usually don't go beyond imaginings. Good to see the blog tour's still rolling!

  8. I sometimes think of alternate endings for my stories, but every once in a while I know the ending of a story first.

  9. All stories can have many endings. Hopefully the writer comes up with the one that works best. Unless they could successfully pull off writing the same story many times with different ending for each publication. What a scam that would be!

    Very creative. My youngest daughter has been doing some work like this and turns out some lovely creations.

    A Faraway View

  10. I will support Xan anytime, anywhere. Just tell me what to do.

    *fangirl wave*

    I LOVE YOU, XAN!!!!


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