This seems to be going around. I am currently investigating Jennifer as a cavity-causing agent.
Seanan’s turn at the mic:
Sadly, I don’t really have anything roastable about Jenn. 😦 Normally, she’s the one hauling me out of the path of certain doom, not the other way around.
Perhaps I am too cautious with Seanan and her wants.
Perhaps the world could use genetically modified primeval reptiles (MG’s note: See the link for Seanan’s dinosaur commandos) whose bite delivers venom so toxic that it would kill a 200 pound man in under a minute.
Perhaps we should pay homage to He Who Walks Behind the Rows in the form of unsuspecting people.
Then again, perhaps not.
Let me give you a little bit of background on Seanan. She is a wonder to behold in the way she handles her writing life and a personal inspiration of mine. She is the author of the October Daye Series. She just got word today that DAW Books has picked up the next two books in the series. Please stop by and congratulate her on the great news. I’ve read the first installment and loved it. I have a long overdue review for that one. I also have the second, A Local Habitation. I bought it the day it came out. I anxiously await the rest. She also has a new series, Newsflesh, as penned by Mira Grant.
Beyond that, and here is where Jennifer and Seanan intersect for me, she is writing the Sparrow Hill Road Series published exclusively at The Edge of Propinquity, Jennifer Brozek’s E-zine. I’d already read Rosemary and Rue by the time Inspirations was published at TEoP. This was before Seanan was added to the regular authors appearing on the 15th of each month. I love that story. Please go check it out if you have a chance. She also has a story, “Animal Husbandry,” appearing in Grants Pass, which you heard about yesterday.
Make sure you play around with the links. I try to use different hotlinks for names so that you can find the folks and their work at different places around the net.
Visit the Jennifer Brozek Roast Landing Page