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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Sir Poops and Hair Ball: What’s Your Nosh Tuesday

IMG_0298 Hey! It’s us again. Sir Poops and Hair Ball. Today is What’s Your Nosh Tuesday in support of new and Indie authors’ books or works from their current MS. It’s also about getting us some really good treats to eat, too.

Today, we’ll introduce you to Joann Buchanan.

HB: Didn’t Mummsy do The Kiss Blog Tour for her last week?

SPAL: Yeah. Why?

HB: Then why are we doing her stuff then?

SPAL: Because I’m bigger and the boss of this blog today. And I say we’re doing it.

HB: Just because you’re bigger doesn’t mean you’re the boss, pansy boy.

SPAL: Maybe not. But it makes me wiser, stupid. Anyway, we need to get on with the interview. And don’t embarrass me this time. And make sure you don’t whiz or jump on the nice lady. ***He looks around and clears his throat***

HB: I’m not the whizzer. You are.

SPAL: ***lifts his snout in the air*** I apologize once again for my brother’s poor behavior. And I want to thank Joann Buchanan for stopping by to see us. You look like a really nice lady. I bet you have some really good nosh to share.

HB: Yeah. ***he licks his lips***

SPAL:What do you like to nosh on when you write? Tell me why.

JB: I like to drink Java Monsters. They are yummy and I can't focus on what I'm doing and have my drink.

HB: Oooo…that sounds scary. Java Monster. ***he scratches his head***

SPAL: ***elbows  Hair Ball and smiles at Joann*** Is it crucncy or soft?

JB: It's cold

HB: A cold monster? ***he swallows a lump and shudders***

SPAL: ****looks down at Hair Ball**** Shh! ***he looks back at Joann*** Is it something salty or sweet?

JB: Sweet.

HB: How can a monster be sweet?

SPAL: ***grits his teeth*** Would you stop! You’re ruining the interview again. ***he smiles at Joann*** So nice lady, does it get your creative juices flowing?

JB: No, I use music to get my juices flowing. I love picking song lists and getting lost in the worlds I create when I listen to them.

HB: But that’s not food. Where’s the foodie?

SPAL:***steps on Hair Balls foot***

HB: Ow!

SPAL: I love music, too. In fact, last night while I was helping mummsy write her words for Camp NaNo Wri Mo, we were listening to Pure Moods and Sarah Brightman. Its so beautiful and romantic even though mummsy doesn't write stories of that nature. Do you have any books published yet? If so, what are they? Where can we find them?
 

JB: I have three and one on the way.

iamwolf

I AM WOLF
http://www.amazon.com/Wolf-The-Children-Nox-ebook/dp/B0070PBFLQ/ref=lp_B005PBUGWG_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334263033&sr=1-1
“You can’t fight who you really are, Jonah . . .you are wolf.”
When Jonah unknowingly creates an unnatural creature, he is thrust upon a path of unremitting shadows and unrelenting torment from the creature he becomes connected to. In stark contrast, seven teens, the youngling pack from the tribe of Tibolt, join forces with Jonah, their newest member. Together, they must stop the “unnatural,” who brings horror wherever he travels. As the murderous creature makes his way east to Tennessee, it becomes a race against time to save a small child of destiny known as the Dream Maker. Will Jonah reach her before the creature is able to turn her for his evil purposes?

Souless Light


Soulless Light
http://www.amazon.com/Soulless-Light-ebook/dp/B005MEKQR6/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1342710554&sr=1-1&keywords=soulless+light
A young love destroyed, an entire village murdered. The year, 1363-the plagued ravaged the land in every corner of Great Britain accept one lonely isle called The Isle of Ely. The bishop, sure the village had consorted with the devil sent his Templar Knights to investigate. Their hearts thirsted for blood. They killed every living person in the village.
Julia's soul, so angered by the actions of the knights, is given a power in death she did not posses in life. She must decide if revenge is worth the price she will pay.

SPAL: And last week was your debut for The Kiss.

the kiss

JB: ***nods*** Soon to come is  book 2 of my wolf series.

SPAL: I know mummsy has Soulless Light on her Kindle. And I think she has I Am Wolf, too. She has so many I can’t keep count.

HB: Okay. But where’s the treats, the nosh…the foodies you were supposed to share? I don’t like monsters. ***he pouts***

SPAL: ***he ignores Hair Ball*** Thank you for sharing with us today, Joann. We hope to see you again.

JB: ***she pets Sir Poops and Hair Ball’s heads***

SPAL & HB: Bye, nice lady. ***they both wag their tales***

JB: ***walks away and waves***

HB: Who in the world would want a monster for a treat? I was looking forward to something good to eat.

SPAL: A Java Monster is a coffee drink, stupid.

30 comments:

  1. The books look great. Funny to have the dogs do the interviews. :)

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    1. Tonja:

      They love to be center of attention. And Sir Poops likes to feel important and he's very intellectual.

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  2. I'm going to turn to Java Monsters if it helps me come up with as many great ideas for stories.

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    1. You want a monster, too? Yikes!

      Hair Ball

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  3. I love your method of promoting indie authors. :) These interviews are great to read!

    Joann's books sound intriguing.

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  4. These two really keep us entertained... there's never a dull moment...
    Java Monsters - is it a cold/hot drink? I love my coffee...

    (I'm battling to post this so I'll switch over to blogger ID)

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    1. Sorry Michelle. The Blogger is being a blooger for me today, too.

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  5. It's a fun way to do these profiles, Shelly. Good interview.

    The two pups on coffee is a frightening idea...

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    1. Thank you, Sir Wills. You know, they may end up with thier own blog. There are so many Indies and Newbies out there.

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  6. LOL! I guess a Java monster is scary for anybody but a coffee drinker!

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    1. Hair Ball doesn't like any kind of monster.

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  7. How funny and cute. I embrace all Java monsters.

    Teresa

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    1. Java Monsters aren't funny and cute.

      Hair Ball

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  8. Now I'm wondering what breed SPAL and HB are. They look kind of like my dog, Raymond, who is a Bichon Frise. He is also obsessed with food. If we don't keep him on a strict diet he starts to resemble a sausage, which is one of his nicknames.

    That was a great interview!

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    1. I'm a Chinese Crested.

      Sir Poops

      And I'm a Malti-poo. A maltese-poodle mix.

      Hair Ball

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  9. loove this interview! I can just imagine SPAL and Hairball arguing while Joann waits patiently! Loove that book cover!

    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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    1. Thank you. SPAL and HB argue quite a bit.

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  10. Ha! Big and wise rules! Fun interview, Shelly.

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    1. Yes. They do. I'm bigger and smarter.

      Sir Poops

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  11. Just what you need Hairball and Poopsie wired on caffeine!

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    1. We prefer tea with lemon and stevia.

      Sir Poops and Hair Ball

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  12. I've been trying not to nosh while writing. Caffeine isn't cool either.


    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. But noshing is a good thing.

      Sir Poops and Hair Ball

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  13. I didn't expect this. Dogs? You might like the post on Wrote By Rote this week.


    Lee
    Wrote By Rote

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    1. Mr. Arlee:

      Dog is a bad word. We are fur-people. We'll be glad to check out your blog.

      Sir Poops and Hair Ball

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  14. Monsters make good snacks! Fun to read~ The cover is stunning and I'm intrigued :D

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    1. But I don't like monsters. They're bad!

      Hair Ball

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  15. Good interview, guys. Those are some great covers, and the premise of each was intriguing. Will be checking her out on Amazon.

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  16. Thank you, Shannon.

    Sir Poops and Hair Ball

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