As part of my week away from the internet, I am interviewing a couple authors. Today, it’s fellow Washingtonian S.C. Barrus. He has a Kickstarter going now for his Steampunk adventure novel. I’ll save you some reading time and tell you to go back it now. Also, if you are in the Seattle area, I will be doing a reading with him at the Pioneer Cafe in North Bend, WA. Deets HERE.
On to the interview:
First off, give us a quick synopsis of your book:
Discovering Aberration takes place in the era of budding steam technology. We follow Freddy Fitzgerald, an adventurer/travel writer/Professor of literature, and Thaddeus Lumpen, archaeologist and failed inventor. After they come into possession of a map of an ancient lost civilization, they set out on an expedition to discover what they can.
Trouble is, they aren’t the only ones interested in making this discovery…
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In the past 3 weeks, this blog has received 5 or 6 new subscribers. Thank you so much for stopping by! I just wanted to take a moment to let you know that I no longer post on this website. I’ve moved to AwayAndAway.com where I post about 1-3 times a week. Once again, thanks for following!
[Note: Video Doesn’t work, I will fix it if my computer decides to cooperate, but right now I think it might be kicking the bucket. ]
First I would link to thank everybody who showed up and filled up the Issaquah Coffee Company! I was touched by how many people showed up and hope you all had a great time. I will thank more people later as I am late to work but excited to post the first video of the event.
This video is of my first reading from my novel in progress The Island and the Sea. Its an adventure story ala Jules Verne/Robert Louis Stevenson. Hope you enjoy it. More videos of the event will be posted later.
Here is some personal achievement news! AllTreatment.com, one of my day jobs, just was listed as the #4 best addiction blog on the internet by Guide to Online Schools! Not only that, but they picked a recent post of mine, Obama on Drug Control, Marijuana, for their favorite post on the site.
How disturbing is it when your government won’t let you peaceable assemble and sing your national anthem. This video is from Canada where that very thing happened.
G20 protest at Queen & Spadina</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user4146683″>Meghann
Millard</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>
“This is a world getting progressively worse. Can we not agree on that?”
– A Scanner Darkly, written by Phillip K. Dick