I hope it’s not getting monotonous, my posting the entire tour links every day. I am hoping that people who have missed the earlier posts will still find them interesting. Some of them, like today’s post, are unique. When I was given the schedule for this blog tour, I was also given an “assignment” for each blog. Some wanted interviews. Some wanted a guest post for their blog. Still others wanted me to interview a character.
In today’s post, I have the very odd, and distinct opportunity to interview one Edgar Allan Poe – not just the historic Poe, but the Poe of my novel. To do so, I traveled with another character, Donovan DeChance, to what I can only describe as another dimension – to an office / library that Poe discovers during the novel. Tricky, but fun.
I did a lot of research on Poe prior to the writing of the novel, and have continued it ever since, because I find him fascinating. I have very, very old editions of his works. I have one of the magazines he first appeared in…I don’t have a raven, yet, but I’m working on that… I hope you enjoy the interview, and that it makes you curious enough to buy the book. Nevermore is only $2.99 for the length of this tour – but the tour ends on September 2nd, where I have my last two blog stops on two separate blogs simultaneously.
Here is a snippet from my interview with Edgar:
“DNW: Today I have the distinct pleasure of interviewing one of America’s most distinguished poets and authors. I have to thank my friend and fellow dreamer, Donovan DeChance, for the introduction, and the remarkable circumstances that have brought me to a very singular room – not quite in, or out, of my own world and time – and into the presence of a personal idol. My guest (or rather I am his) is none other than Mr. Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar, you have no idea what an honor this is…
<a href=”http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2013/08/nevermore-novel-of-love-loss-edgar.html#sthash.HkvJ6j97.dpuf”>Read the entire Interview at the blog of Deal Sharing Aunt</a>
THE TOUR SO FAR:
Read about Genres & Why I hate them : ==> AT THE AUTHOR’S CAFE