New review of STORM WOLF:
“This is both a historical novel and a werewolf novel, and the combination is intriguingly like the experience of reading Dracula. The connection to Eastern Europe myths and legends gives this additional interest, and the portrayal of the setting, the prominence of the forest and field and superstitions, was well-done.
“My grandmother was Lithuanian, so I especially enjoyed the descriptions of the townspeople’s rituals and traditions. The contrast between the different countries was interesting and described with vigor and color. The action scenes were also done well and vividly….
“The characterization was really intriguing. Alexei was a deep character, doomed by his fatal flaw of wanting more and more experience and power, and suffering for it for years to come. I found myself sympathizing with him as he really was exploited, even if he at some level brought it on himself.
“Good work! The use of the old legends and suspicions really energized and individualized the story.”
(comments by a Judge, 4th Annual Self-Published e-Book Awards)
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Don Massenzio writes crime stories and thrillers. He has a very popular blog, which you can find here. He frequently invites other writers to make guest posts on his blog. He also interviews other authors and posts the transcripts of the interviews on his blog. He has an interview with ME that he will be posting on Friday, June 24. 😊
Please take a moment to read the interview and then take a look at Don’s books on the “author–book page” of his website.
This just in! We got the stats on the performance of the StephenMorrisAuthor.com blog during the year that we just rang out! During 2015, it seems that:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
The busiest day of the year was December 7th with 162 views. The most popular post that day was Frankincense.
The other most posts that were viewed the most times over the course of the year were
1. Lily of the Valley (originally posted May 2013)
2. Emerald (originally posted May 2013)
3. Marigold, the “birth flower” of October (originally posted October 2013)
4. Pope Innocent VIII and the witches (originally posted July 2013)
5. Daffodil, the flower of March (originally posted March 2013)
To compare with the blog performance in past years, click here and here.
What was YOUR favorite post??