Image via WikipediaI'm Tracy Rowan and I'll be your host today. I didn't realize when I took the date that I was choosing St. Pat's but that's even better since today is something of a sacred day in Chicago. A terrifying number of Chicagoans drink a bit too much on this day, and start singing sentimental Irish songs. We turn the river green for the occasion and have a parade. Some of you may have seen it in the film "The Fugitive."
Me, I have some Guinness and a bottle of Harp in the fridge, and a couple of shandys for later when Glinda gets home from work where she's listening to Irish tunes on Pandora (as am I) and eating homemade soda bread (someone else's though I may feel moved to make some later today.)
In any event I'm here today to pimp my work, chat, be silly, ask and answer questions and incidentally to give away a couple of my pieces of fiction. I haven't quite figured out what the criteria will be for that last one, but as soon as I figure it out, I'll let you know. It'll probably be random the way it was the last time.
Let me remind you that I've got a novel out -- my first -- entitled "Suffer the Little Children" a Victorian murder mystery that's been getting some terrific reviews from Michelle 'n' Jeff's Reviews (now Michelle 'n' Lisa's Reviews -- Go Lisa!) most recently. You'll also find an interview with me over there. I tried to keep the horrifying revelations to a minimum, so you might enjoy reading it. I've also gotten reviewed by Speak Its Name and Cryselle's Craziness and a lovely review by Torquere's own Alexa Snow. And if you're of a mind to read a menage (Why yes, I do occasionally write het sex) my newest release is "Road Songs."
And now I'm going to go get some breakfast. Yes, I'm a late riser, but I was up until two reading last night so I'm doing okay, I think. Questions? Observations? Rants? Raves? Fire away!