Hair Ball here today. Just to let you know, I’ve tied up Sir Poops today and stuffed in the Great White Watery Abyss of Torture. I’m going to get my nosh one way or another. I’m sick and tired of that pansy getting in my way with his ‘we’re here to help new and Indie authors promote their published work or share an excerpt from their current MS.’ Blah-blah-blah.
Today, we’ve got AM Sawyer, and he better give up some foodie. Or else! Here he comes now. Everyone, give him a warm welcome!
HB: Nice to have you. ***He Jumps and jumps up Mr. Sawyer’s legs*** Where’s the nosh…I mean what do you like to nosh on when you write?
AS: Actually, I do not tend to nosh on anything while writing. I do however, love to main line coffee. Morning, Noon, or night, if I'm writing something, I have coffee!
HB: Hmm…coffee. I think I’ve heard of it before. Is it crunchy or soft?
AS: As its a beverage, I think it would be soft. Although there was this one time I didn't have anything but coffee flavored candy...It wasn't the same, and I didn't get any writing done, but I tried.
HB: Candy sounds good. I know what that it is. Daddy-O eats Twizzlers. Is this coffee salty or sweet?
AS: Gotta have my spoonful of sugar and some nice milk (NOT Creamer!!!), so definitely sweet coffee.
HB: I want some sugar. You got any on you? Really, you need to cough something up today. I do you a favor. You do me one. ***He jumps up and down looking in Mr. Sawyer’s pockets*** You have to have something for me. Does this coffee with sugar and milk get your creative juices flowing?
AS:Not only flowing, but sometimes shaking, spinning, twirling.....It depends on how much I drink in the beginning.
HB: I like to spin. That sounds like a really fun food. Could it make me jump higher?
AM: ***Mr.Sawyer raises his brows and clears his throat***
HB: ***lands on his feet immediately*** Sorry. I couldn’t help myself. ***he gives a smile***Do you have any books that are published? If so, what are they? Where can we find them?
AS: Yes, yes I do. Let's see what the list is. I'll do them in the order they were published:
1: The Disaster that is Emotion: A Poetry Book published in print only, October 2006.
There are definitely still copies floating around, but it is officially out of print.
If you really want a copy, the cheapest I've seen copies for is $20 on Amazon, but there may be cheaper places. Link for amazon is right below.
2: Lord of the Mullets: A novel, part 1 of the Trailer Country Trilogy, published in both print and as an eBook. January 2012. You can find both the print version and the eBook at most online retailers. Amazon link below.
3. Fairy vs Leprechaun: The Battle for Faith - A short story published as an ebook only (Print coming in August), March 2012. Found anywhere eBooks are sold. Amazon link below.
4. Worse: A short story published as an eBook only, March 2012. Found anywhere eBooks are sold. Amazon Link below.
5. Sword of Time: Book 1 of the Ancient Blades Saga - A novel published in both print and eBook, April 2012. eBook can be found anywhere they are sold, but for now, the print version is only available at Amazon. Link below.
Please note that you can arrange to purchase autographed copies of all printed books, and purchase my eBooks directly from me, plus learn more about me, my work, and other cool stuff going on at:
Keep an eye out this Fall, as I expect to have completed and released my next novel entitled:
Midnight: Rise of a Villain
Hoping for a September release, but we shall see.
HB: That all sounds great but where’s the coffee, sugar, and milk? What kind of stuff is this? Do I need to get a begging cup or something.
Well, before I leave, I need to show I’m a nice, polite fur-peep. I wanted to tell you a few things.
Gwen Gardner and Pal are having a blogtour. If interested in joining CLICK HERE
Martin T. Ingham has put out a call for short stories for an anthology book he’s putting together. CLICK HERE IF YOU'RE INTERESTED
Roland Yeomans has released another book for 99 cents. Go check out an excerpt. CLICK HERE
Okay. I’m done now. Have a nice day but please remember, I’d like some real foodie next time.
Licks and sniffs,