Fellow blogspot blogger, Ronnell D. Porter of the blog The Trinity Masterpiece, has done a wonderful Q&A with myself on my first novel, Celtic Evil: Roarke and it can be found here at: http://ronnelldporter.blogspot.com/2009/07/interview-with-sierra-rose-author-of.html
It was great to do. He asked really thoughtful questions that even stumped me at times so I hope people will have a chance to look at his page and also his YouTube reviews on books, of which I scored a 6/10 and can be located at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXneCfI5bIU
I know a 6 out of 10 may seem bad but not when you go into it expecting the weak points and mine always has been and probably always will be grammer and structure. I can write fine but ask me to conjugate a verb or proper sentence structure and I'll reply to ask my English teachers how well that went. So I'm thrilled that beyond it all, he enjoyed it. That's all I basically want from anyone who reads my books is to simply enjoy it and next time I'll leave all those passive sentences alone. Maybe it would have been better, lol.
Also, a wonderful new reviewer from the Pittsburgh Book Examiner reviewed Celtic Evil and posted a review. That link is: http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-15202-Pittsburgh-Books-Examiner~y2009m6d28-Independent-Author-Book-Review-Celtic-Evil-by-Sierra-Rose
Now I just have to get the book back live on Amazon. One little word left out on the rights reserved statement (thanks to Ronnell for pointing that out) and it had to go on hold until late next week.
Also, my website has been updated with a new revised, longer excerpt of the book. Now it's time to get fully started on Ian's story which is the sequel.