Tea with a Dragon – the latest stop on the blog tour. Whew – it was touch and go there for a few minutes but worth the risk. Oh, the places a self-promoting author will find herself.
The tea kettle hisses in the Dragon’s kitchen and a scaly claw reaches for the pot. Dragon sized trays are laden with delicious treasures and cups far too small and delicate for dragon form are set out in preparation. Soon it will be tea time and I am expecting a
With a loud roar I am pleased to announce my
Tea is ready and the Dragon has many questions–
1.Dragon: How did you choose the title for “The Light Never Lies?”
Francis–The title came fairly early in the writing process. I’m not sure how this titling thing works for other authors, but I like to have it squarely in place before too many words are down on paper. The title acts as a compass – keeping me on track. The whole tone of this second…
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