There is a Halloween interview extravaganza going on at InveterateMediaJunkies.com today. All the interviews are from contributors of the Hazard Yet Forward anthology–including my story, “January”–published this past August. My interview in on fellow writer, IMJ columnist, and Seton Hill graduate, Irene L. Pynn’s Princess and Her PS3 column along with A.G. Devitt, David l.Day, Kristin Dearborn, Ron Gavalik, Scott A. Johnson, Meg Mims, Nacy J. Parra, Lori Pollard-Johnson, and Jessica Warman.
The rest of the interviews are on Jason Jack Miller’s Sound Check column and Heidi Ruby Miller’s Geek Girl Underground column. Come by, check out the interviews–and how we would survive the zombie apocalypse–and don’t forget to pick up Hazard Yet Forward!
Hazard Yet Forward is a charity anthology to help a fellow writer and Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction graduate, Donna Munro, as she kicks breast cancer’s ass. This is anthology is a huge effort, with over 70 authors and over 70 stories totaling over 700 hundred pages of fiction. They’re examples of all genres: from Romance to Horror to Mystery to Fantasy. So there is something for everyone.
As a charity anthology, all the stories were donated. We all care about Donna and hope this helps her with everything that is ahead of her. All money that the anthology makes will go directly to helping Donna with her medical expenses. Having a brother-in-law that passed away from brain cancer and my liver transplant, I know how fast those bills start to get out of hand, even with health insurance.