Guest Blogging: Hopping Around the Internet

I’m very excited that I’ve been invited to be a guest “blogger” on several other blogs today.  If you’d like to read my guest blog, here are some of the websites.  Maybe you’ll even find a new blog to follow!  :-)  

Manda Jane Ward: Author of the Pann Haggarty Series.
‘What You See Is What You Get’ would be the best way to describe Amanda. Born in Bexleyheath, England 1971, she is a wife and mother of seven children ranging in ages from her 21 year old daughter down to a spirited 3 year old son.  Life in her house is manic.  There is always unpredictability and a disaster waiting round the next corner.  There is however,  plenty of love and laughter in the home Amanda shares with her wonderful comedic husband Matt and 3 youngest children  in Bedfordshire,  England.  In between school runs, housework and talking to her two cats, Amanda divides her time between writing, dreaming and watching her favourite films and television shows.  An unashamed addict of Little House on the Prairie, The Waltons, Gilmore Girls, Anne of Green Gables  and Doris Day musicals, as well as sharing her husband’s love of Science Fiction and superhero films. 
http://amandajward.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/a-conversation-with-sarah-price/

Mark Carver, Author of The Age of Apollyon
Mark Carver was born in Queens, New York. After graduating from Toccoa Falls College in 2005 with a degree in English Literature, he hopped on a plane to China where he’s been living ever since. He works at a Chinese university, teaching spoken English and writing. In 2009, Mark married a lovely Chinese girl named Tina, and in 2010, their son Nolan was born. Mark loves art in all forms, and this is reflected in his enthusiasm for tattoos. Mark currently has more than 20 tattoos, some with significant meaning, and others that are simply for fun. He also enjoys sculpture, listening to heavy metal music, and cooking. Mark’s reading list skews heavily towards classical literature, specifically from the medieval, American Romantic, and Gothic periods. His favorite works include The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, Dracula by Bram Stoker, The Monk by Matthew Gregory Lewis, and many more. These works have had a profound effect on Mark’s writing style and subject matter.
http://theageofapollyon.blogspot.com/p/interview-with-sarah-price.html

 

Mark Miller, Author of From the Land of Empryean
Mark currently resides in Florida with his family. He is an author, following in the footsteps of his namesake, Mark Twain. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Film at the University of Kansas. Some of his favorite movies and books include The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. Mark has completed five novels, a screenplay, three digital short story series and more. The first three books of his Empyrical Tales, The Fourth Queen, The Lost Queen and The Secret Queen, are available in print and eBook from Comfort Publishing. Trestle Press published the eBook Daniel’s Lot along with the spiritual series One; the children’s educational series Small World Global Protection Agency, and the faith-based fantasy series that he is co-writing with his daughter called Sons of the King. He believes being a father of four makes him uniquely qualified to write The Empyrical Tales. His writing sends a positive message with strong role models and beneficial morals. His daughters unknowingly provided the models for his characters. Many of their phrases and behaviors can be seen in The Fourth Queen.
http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/09/tp-authors-sarah-price.html

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About Sarah Price

Author of the Amish of Lancaster Series: Fields of Corn, Hills of Wheat, Pastures of Faith, and Valley of Hope.

Posted on September 7, 2012, in Amish. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Love reading your blog. You always have very interesting stories and such nice things to say about the people you write about. Give us all a chance to get to know these Authors and learn about the kinds of books they write. So thank you for all the great information you post on here.
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