Sunday, December 11, 2011

guest blog

Today (Sunday) I am Mike Murphy's guest on his blog, Emerging Novelists, thanks to our PR gal, Jeana. Please visit and leave a comment if you aren't too busy watching football. It's an interesting site for readers and writers, for sure.

And I love the "emerging" part. After nine books I wish I had already "emerged," but it's a slow process and actually "emerging" is probably optimistic!

http://emergingnovelists.com

Happy Holidays to all,

Kit

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Patricia Gligor said...

Kit,
I enjoyed your interview and I was especially interested in two things you mentioned.
First, the way you described your novels as a "stand alone series." I tend to think of novels as one or the other even though I realize that each novel in a series must be able to stand alone. I liked your use of the combined terms.
Second, I think your choice of subjects, which allows you to locate each book in a different setting, was clever. I wonder - have you visited each location or do you rely mostly on research?

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Kit Sloane said...

Oh, thanks for the positive comments. It turns out Mike's site isn't actually a blog, so there are no comments (who'da known??!), but he's very pleased with all of you who visited it. THANKS from me, too.

And yes, Patricia, I've been to every location I feature for my protagonists. It's kind of a thank you that they carry out in their adventures! I also rely on research for details. I love researching and it's so easy these days, thanks to the lovely Internet!

Kit
www.kitsloane.net

Patricia Gligor said...

Kit,
Thanks for answering my question. I'm writing a mystery/suspense series. The first two novels take place in Cincinnati, my hometown, but the third will be set in Charleston, SC, a city I've visited twice and loved.
I need to "know" a location, at least to some degree, before I can write about it but, as you mentioned, there's more research necessary for my third book than for the other two.

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Kit Sloane said...

I really appreciate all of you visiting Mike's site. I live on a working horse ranch and my Internet time is limited. I don't blog or tweet, but I do enjoy "guest" spots on some of these sites. Emerging Authors isn't a blog (it doesn't accept comments), but Mike seems to have an active following and that makes it all worthwhile both to him, to me, and to his readers. Fun and games!

Now if I just can make time to work on number 10!

Kit

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