Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Holy Hopping Blogs! It's the Next Big Thing!

What's a blog hop? I'm glad you asked. In short, blog hopping provides a way to discover new authors — folks just off a reader's usual beaten path they might otherwise have never happened across.

Like me, for instance.

You likely arrived here from a link provided by my friend, Roland Man, on his blog, and whom you may have reached by a link from Tom Lucas, and so on. So, before you decide to head back to Facebook here are some tidbits about yours truly:

I'm a a native of Brunswick, Maine, and currently reside just outside of Memphis. My work has appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated, Shots!, and Alien Skin magazines, and in such anthologies as Beacons of Tomorrow and Sky-Tinted Waters. My first book, A Mage of None Magic, won the 2010 Darrell Award for Best Novel. My story, Path of an Arrow, received the 2012 Darrell Award for Best Novella. And I recently completed work on his second novel, A Sister to Butterflies.

The second part of the blog hop involves ten questions which I'll answer, and then scoot you along to a handful of other authors as a means of paying things forward and keeping the blog hop hopping.

Many thanks for stopping in. I hope you'll swing back by soon.


  1. Actually, I got here via a link on your FB page, but then again, I'm odd like that.

  2. Alright Aaron, since the chance has come up, how long do you write per day? What's your schedule like?