Check out Nicholas Conley’s Pale Highway, and read his interview with Mike, from the Eye-Dancers!
Recently I had the pleasure of reading Pale Highway, a novel by Nicholas Conley. Nicholas has been a longtime follower and supporter of The Eye-Dancers blog, and I am thrilled to feature him here.
In this season of thanksgiving, I am reminded of all the wonderful virtual friends I’ve made since launching this website over three years ago. As I’ve said several times in previous posts, when I began The Eye-Dancers blog, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’d never blogged before, and was a neophyte in ever sense of the word.
The great people of WordPress welcomed me right from the start, and it’s been a pure joy to be a part of this very special community.
Nicholas was one of my earliest followers, and it’s an honor to interview him today.
If you haven’t visited his blog, I highly recommend that you do so, and his…
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3 Years and Counting, Atonement in Bloom Snippet and Coconut Snowball…anyone?
It’s My 3rd Blogiversary!
The second day of December marked the third anniversary of this blog. Like some other things, to me it doesn’t seem nearly that long — yet it also feels like something I’ve always done.
To many bloggers and readers three years and 295 posts truly is not much at all. I recognize that it’s not exactly a great achievement. However, great or small, it feels pretty good to me. So cheers!
At Once Great and Small — and the Challenges
When an urban fantasy story becomes a series, usually new characters are added with each volume. As the story-line for Atonement in Bloom took shape, a few new supernatural characters came along.
(I don’t mean to be a tease… Who knew it would be such a challenge to share about a novel in progress without giving spoilers?)
One of the new supernatural characters is Meadow. Her existence helps give…
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