Here I am with you again, your hot Reporter bringing some flaming news I caught in my daily hunting.
For the stargazers like me, I bring you the Lunar Lovin Hop hosted by Mina Lobo at her site Some Dark Romantic. What to do?
1. Sign up on the list at her site.
2. Use the badge on your blog sidebar and Tweet or whatever to spread the word about the hop.
3. Take a picture of the full moon on January 27 and
4. Post it on your blog on the 28th
5. Go check others' pics.
Really easy and we can see moons from many parts of the world. Well actually same moon but from different points of view, right?
Nothing compares to the first impression but for writers, editions, rewrites and re-introductions are allowed. If you have not introduced yourself properly to the blogger community or if you would like to re-introduce yourself, go check the Re-Introduce Myself Blogfest at Mark Koopman's or Stephen Trent's sites.
Not all people have an imaginary friend. There are some, however, who have more than one. That's my case. I got to hit 23 imaginary friends in my early years. Annalisa Crawford is doing her first bloghop and inviting us to talk about our imaginary friends. Check her site for details and sign up.
There will be a prize! (Dragon loves prizes and make his treasure grow.)
I signed to them all. In Mexico we call "ajonjoli de todos los moles" to the one person who wants to be in all parties. (The closest translation could be "spice of all sauces"). Well, just clarifying here dragon is in no way an "ajonjoli de todos moles". You can see that, right?
I found Teaser Tuesday in Tamara's One Magic Bean Buyer and I thought it was cool. Should be Reading hosted by Miz Biz. If you would like to play, just grab the book you're currently reading, open to a random page, share 2 teaser sentences from somewhere in the page. Make sure not to include spoilers. Share the title and the author too, so other TT participants can add the book to their TBR pile. (Reminder to self: Ask Tamara what a TBR pile is.)
So here it is mine:
"This left one option: to enter a higher level of trance. Third-level trances were sufficient for large-scale magic under favourable conditions. To rise to fourth level was dangerous, and only ever practised in the safe presence of other qualified magicians. She would be vulnerable during the act, and weakened for a long time afterwards. Merida resolved to risk it."
The book is Storm Dancer by Rayne Hall. I just started reading it yesterday and it totally captured my attention from the first pages.
And talking about Storm Dancer, I am pleased to announce that Dahoud, the protagonist of Storm Dancer has accepted to be my next guest at Under the Fireworks with Father Dragon. I still don't know the exact date of the next airing of the show. I will let you know in advance so you may join us and meet this mysterious character and his story.
I am also very pleased to share with you the trailer for Storm Dancer.
News flash: There will be a promotion in relation with the new release of this trailer starting tomorrow! Check here to learn more and don't miss it.