Visiting Friends and Talking About Tortured Soul, Day 4

Ciao, amici! I know you were probably expecting my “Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links” post. Rest assured, it’s coming. I’ll be posting it tomorrow, and even though it’s coming on a Saturday, you won’t want to miss it. There were some really helpful and informative posts around the web this week.

But today we’re rounding out the work week with two more Tortured Soul posts. Not excerpts this time.

If you go to Teri Polen’s blog (a fantastic horror/paranormal/sci-fi writer), you’ll find a post on the supernatural elements in the Medici Protectorate series. It’s not too long, but it’s chock full of information. Fans of her work should find something of interest to them. You can find it here.

Then my sister, Michele Jones, invited me to her site. You’ll probably find this funny—she’s interviewing me, like she doesn’t already know all the answers! But maybe some of you don’t, so we both invite you to check it out. You can find it here.

And remember… hit those “follow” buttons when you visit. These bloggers are fascinating people, good writers, and super supportive of other authors. Networking with them is a no-brainer.

Next week, the Tortured Soul tour will be slowing down. Then I have more exciting news to share. (It’s been a busy month!) But that’s next week. Let’s end this week with visits to Teri and Michele. Hope to see you at their sites!

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