Paradise, with Books and Dogs
My guest today is Mac Wheeler, the author of an astounding number of novels and an awesome photographer. So I'm just going to let him tell you about himself and show you some of his photos.
Cool Stuff First
To celebrate publication of the third book in my New Order Apocalypse series I'm giving away a mobi/epub copy of NOA 1. You can read about it here...if it sounds interesting, drop me a note (I won't keep your email address, I promise).
I blog my pitcher-taking experiences. As an immodest exhibitionist, I especially love to show off my beautiful pups. A sampling of some of my favorite shots line this post on the right. I hope you'll visit my blog and experience my Florida via my Sunday Safari posts. (Lately with the gorgeous spring we've had, I've spent more time in the park with my pups, so I've been posting more photos.)
If you visit my blog you'll see a lot of pictures of my three girls. Molly is slowing down, but she's my dynamo. A 12 year-old Labrador with a failing transmission, she can no longer ride with me on my Goldwing. I miss that I won't see any new photos of her on my bike wearing her red Doggles. Lucy is the Rottweiler. If you know the breed, enough said. She is the most loving, goofiest friend I've ever had. Gracie is a mix. I'd guess mostly Golden, with some combination of Collie, Border Collie, Sheltie, and/or GSD. Talking about Velcro-Dog. I hope you'll visit them.
I live in beautiful Tampa, Florida, AKA paradise, with my dearest of a whole bunch of years. I'm an active guy, though slowing down since passing the double-nickel. Rotten knees preclude basketball which I dearly miss, but I'm out every day with my pups, jog, hike, and bicycle every opportunity.
I'm a full time writer of speculative fiction, fantasy, SF, suspense, and paranormal with a twist. The Wheeler library entails eight series from YA with ogres and trolls, grittier vampire and werewolf noir, and a traditional family saga. Two stand-alone novels are screaming for their own series, with outlines waiting to be fleshed out. If you're a reader, consider dropping by my web page and perusing my titles. Click a cover to read a 30-page excerpt. I hope you'll find something you like.
Carol, thanks again for letting me visit. Be seeing you on Bloglovin. Cheers.
I owe Mac two apologies. One for totally blanking on the date this post was supposed to appear originally. And the second for not being as technically proficient as he is with Blogger and photos. I was unable to make his photo arrays larger without them taking over the entirety of the posting area and running into the sidebar.
So go to his blog and take a peek at the real things - you'll be happy :)
Thursday is the last day to enter the July contest on my website - www.carolkilgore.net - for a chance to win a Kindle copy of SOLOMON'S COMPASS.
Before her uncle died, he sent Taylor a message with the location of his buried treasure. Unearthing it will place her squarely in the killer's crosshairs, but she's determined to fulfill her uncle's last wish.
Jake, sent to protect her and find the killer, has other plans. His mission would be much easier to accomplish if he could forget how good she'd tasted when he kissed her.