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Ed on the FlipSide (author interview)

cell meThanks much to Julianne Snow for letting me drop bey her blog, the FlipSide for an interview where I pontificate about, um, me. I combed my hair and cleaned up first, I promise. <– that is a ‘before’ picture.

Is it only happenstance that the interview consists of nine questions, while the pantheon of my fantasy setting has nine deities, and nine characters all assemble by the end of Volume One, The Sable City? Yes, it is just a coincidence. ;-)

 
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Posted by on February 13, 2013 in author interviews, M. Edward McNally, Writing

 

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“Almost Ice Road Truckers, except for the Tulip Bulbs.” Tag Line Tuesday with Carolyn Steele

Today on Tag Line Tuesday, we sit down with (no huge spoilers here) an author! Let’s just jump straight in, shall we?carolyn steele

Ed: Hola! Since I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

CS: Carolyn Steele. And, they call me Rocky…it’s a nickname that stuck after a long and boring story about installing some closet doors. When you go through life with a name that doesn’t lend itself to diminutives, you get kinda desperate for a nickname so I allowed it to stick. Oops, that’s not a lie. But then I write non-fiction. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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“…trying to find the shortcuts to happiness in life.” – Tag Line Tuesday with Susan Wells Bennett

Welcome to Tag Line Tuesday, home of the “Long Form” author interviews (I always feel like I should have questions written on a stack of blue cards when I say that). Let’s jump right in, shall we?

Ed: Top of the [insert time of day here]! As I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

Name?

SWB: Susan Wells Bennett / Cassandra Daniels

Ed: Where you from?

SWB: Phoenix / Chicago Read the rest of this entry »

 

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“Nimbly, she let her fingers have their way.” – Tag Line Tuesday with Jacqueline Hopkins

Today, Tag Line Tuesday sits down with the author of Wilderness Heart, who I will now allow to introduce herself.

Ed: Hola! As I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

Name?

JH: Jacqueline Hopkins. Jackie Collins (well I can wish can’t I?)

Ed: Where you from?

JH: I’m a displaced Okie who has lived in many places. Retired, living in Hawaii. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on September 25, 2012 in author interviews, Tag Line Tuesday, Writing

 

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Thanks to Jacque Hopkins for letting me ramble semi-coherently about writing, Italian food, and so forth somewhere else for a change. ;-)  interview

 
 

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“If you don’t have an imagination, stop reading now.” Tag Line Tuesday with Chris James

This Tag Line Tuesday, we sit down (virtually) with…actually, why don’t I let him introduce himself?

Ed: Hola! As writers are “creative” people please answer each of the following biographic questions twice, once with the truth and once with a lie.

Name?

CJ:  Chris James and…. Lucas Hunter

Ed: Where you from?

CJ: Hampton Hill, London, England, or the outskirts of Warsaw, Poland

Ed: You have one of those Day jobs?

CJ: Proof-reader/Copyeditor or Dimension Researcher Read the rest of this entry »

 

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“I must have been off school that day” – Tag Line Tuesday with Carol E. Wyer

Today, Tag Line Tuesday is happy to welcome…well, why don’t I just get right to it and let her introduce herself?

Ed: Name?

CEW: Carol E Wyer (Just don’t ask what the ‘E’ is for and the first person to say ‘Emintrude’ gets whalloped)

Ed: Where you from?

CEW: I was actually born in Germany, hence my love of beer and lederhosen but I suppose it’s accurate to say I’m a Brit.

Ed: Day job?

CEW: Stripper. Sometimes I use a pole.

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“I’ll probably drunk-dial my boyfriend…” Tag Line Tuesday with LB Clark

Today, Tag Line Tuesday is happy to welcome the author of the Rock ‘n Roll / Urban Fantasy Romance series, “Jukebox Heroes.” Let’s hop right in for the introductions.

Ed: Hello there. As I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following bio questions twice. Once with the truth, and once with a lie. Name?

LBC: LB Clark, or Oddstocks McWeirdo El Tutti-Fruitti.

Ed: I think I’ve got some McWeirdos on the Irish side of the family, too, So where you from? Read the rest of this entry »

 

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“Those things best left unexamined…” Tag Line Tuesday with Yvonne Hertzberger

This week, Tag Line Tuesday is happy to welcome…you’ll never guess…a writer! Let’s dive right in.

Ed: Hola! As I hear writers are creative people, please answer each of the following biographic questions twice – Once with the truth, and once with a lie.

Name?

YH: Yvonne Hertzberger, and….”Hey you,” “When’s dinner,” “Whats for supper,” “Mom,” “Vonnie,” “Circle Nazi” – (that last one has a story attached, but you have to ask)

Ed: I’m totally calling you “Vonnie” from here on out. Where you from, Vonnie?

YH: A cramped, wet, dark place. I really had to get outta there.

Originally Gouda, Holland, then Nova Scotia, then a couple dozen places in Ontario, finally Stratford, which I love. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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“Overhead, he heard the black birds cry.” – Tag Line Tuesday with G.R. Yeates.

Today, Tag Line Tuesday is pleased to welcome author and noted skull enthusiast G.R. Yeates from Across the Pond (and boy, are his arms tired…from the rowing. Rimshot!). With any luck, that will be the worst joke either of us makes during the course of the interview. Though I wouldn’t put money on it.

Ed: Welcome! As I am told writers are creative people, please answer each of the following standard biographic questions twice: Once with the truth and once with a lie.

Name?

GRY: G.R. Yeates, or Edward Elizabeth Hitler. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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