Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Seventh Man Book Release, Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience, Got Better, and Reading For Sanity!

Today I'd like to show you Lisa Buie-Collard's new novel, The Seventh Man,  now available on Amazon. Lisa is a great friend and terrific writer, and I now I'll be reading this after the launch of Woven next week. 

When a young writer is kidnapped by a man who can't be seen, her only hope of escape rests on the one London cop who believes in ghosts.

About the Author:

Lisa is a mother, wife, sister, and daughter, has waited tables, been a dental assistant, teacher, journalist, gardener and architectural administrative assistant. She's traveled in Europe, New Zealand, and the US. French and English are her languages of preference, with a little Spanish on the side. She grew up in Florida, lived four years in Georgia before moving to Texas for eighteen years. For the moment, she once again lives in Georgia. She writes full time and has completed six novels.

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Be sure to enter the giveaway below:

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Ever since Salt Lake Comic Con started, I finally know what it's like to be at the scene of a large comic convention. And now that it's one of the largest in the country, it's even more exciting. That excitement was topped last week; I'm on the master guest list for FanXperience!

 Come see me all three days, January 29-31

Woven is starting to thread its way through the fabric of cyberspace. Check out this awesome review from Reading For Sanity, where they answered the question that has been on my mind for some time.

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Now for somber news: I had to secede from the Authors' Workout program. I still plan to work out and eat right as planned, but a super nasty virus knocked me and half my family out early last Saturday morning. It lasted through the long weekend. I got better, but now my goal is to fully recover by next week. I need to take it easy.

Them's the ropes, sometimes. But I'm still giving them a free book. I will still to let you know how my program is going through February.

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Last bit of news: this is the final call for anyone who is interested in helping to spread the word about Woven next week. The information packet is hot and ready to weave. Send me an email here and I will send the packet along. Can you believe it's finally here?! I'm beyond excited for this story to be out. We have a great lineup of bloggers and reviewers for the next three weeks. Thanks for your support!

Help Nels and Tyra find the ancient needle that can mend the reality that's been torn, Jan 27th at all major booksellers.

The adventure starts Monday. See you then! :)

Doesn't Lisa's book sound exciting? Who is ready for FanXperience? Are you staying healthy/sick-free? Ready for the Woven Tour?

I'm David, and check out this epic trailer for The Golden Cord!


  1. Congratulations, Lisa! One of our own Dragon Fellowship members.
    Focus on next week's release. All set to host you in February.

  2. Wahoo! How cool! I've never been to ComicCon, but I'm betting I would totally geek out on it.

    Isn't it always the way, right before something big you get sick? I'm wishing you and your family epic health through you release.

  3. Congrats on being on big guest list. That's a major accomplishment.

    Got your information for next week.

  4. David, I'm so sorry that I'm booked all next month, but if you want to do an author interview, Scene Spotlight, or character interview on my blog in May (that's the soonest I can get you in), I'd love to have you and help you spread word about Woven. You can email me at Chrysfey(at)yahoo(dot)com and I can send you more information.

  5. Going to a convention, especially writers' conventions or conferences are invigorating and encouraging. Very cool to be on the guest list! Enjoy yourself!
    I still have, at present as I'm filling the calendar, February 18 and 27th open.

    Sia McKye Over Coffee

  6. Look at your face all big on that graphic :) Fancy!

  7. congrats to Lisa and sorry to hear about the virus... hope it's not a zombie one...

  8. Hope you get well quickly enough to enjoy the guest appearance!

  9. Saw The Golden Cord trailer on facebook. Still feel like I should be watching out for a movie. Congrats on Woven coming and sorry about that virus. Kidnapped by a man she can't see? DMX is that you? Haven't seen him in a while.

  10. Going to ComicCon has always been an interest of mine. Would be so much fun to geek out and hear all the panels!

    Congrats again on the amazing success thus far. Three weeks of solid bloggers, you're sure to spread the word, and successfully, I might add! :) Going to be following along on your journey, wishing you the best!

  11. I am so jealous about Comic Con! I would love to attend one, let alone be featured at one!

  12. So EXCITING!!! Don't let that sickly feel take away your joy.

  13. It's amazing how many great authors there are in Georgia!

  14. So very exciting!! And her new book sounds great!

  15. I'm sorry you and your family has been unwell David. By now I hope things are on the up and up.
    Love the sound of Lisa's new novel. Lovely cover too.
    I'm looking forward to your post at Literary Rambles on Monday.
    I'd be happy to host your tour but I'm just all over the place with my blog at the mo'. Finally got feedburner sorted so my feeds come up on those who've followed my new URL. A start anyway! Thanks for your visits. :-)

  16. I hope everyone's alright right now.
    Hey, that's one exciting thing to look forward to.

    Take it easy!

  17. That's a lot going on! The Seventh Man sounds exciting, and of course I'm ecstatic about Woven (!!!).
    I'm rereading Steelheart myself right now. Can't wait to hear what you think of it. ;)
    Knock that virus out of the house and get feeling better!

  18. You are on the Master Guest List and deserve it cause Woven is incredible. Looking forward to getting my grubby hands on a hardcover from the King's English on Friday and hob knob with the only celebrity I know.

  19. Wow, now do I have to call you "Master" Knight?! So sorry about the illness but glad you kicked it. Good luck with the blog tour (my stop for Woven, as you know, is up and running), and thanks for posting about my book!