Okay, my friends, it’s time. This is your first call to action!
Over the next four months, my characters are all sitting on G and waiting for O—ready to race off to do your bidding in the blogosphere. In June and July, they are looking for what you would like to hear them talk about in a guest blog. Frankly, I’m tired of myself, so I want my characters to earn their keep by guest-blogging in my stead.
[In about a month, I’ll be asking for flash fiction prompts, so hang onto those ideas—I’m hoping most of the online tour for Elysian Fields, which will run from August 10-September 10, will be largely flash fiction that you guys have suggested!]
Who’s available for this adventure?
In the Sentinels world, you can come up with blog topics for any of the following: DJ Jaco, Alex Warin, Jake Warin, Jean Lafitte (he always has something to say), Rene Delachaise, Quince Randolph (aka Rand), or a secondary character (Eugenie Dupre, NOPD detective Ken Hachette, Leyla the manager at the Green Gator, etc.).
In the Penton/Omega Force world, you can come up with blog topics
for Aidan Murphy, Krys Harris, Mirren Kincaid (beware of foul language), Glory Cummings, Will Ludlam, Randa Thomas, Jack “Kell” Kellison, Mori Chastaine—or one of the other major players: Cage Reynolds, Melissa Calvert, Mark Calvert, Nik Demetriou, Robin Ashton, Garrett “Gadget” Foley, or Archer Logan.
Sorry, Matthias and Michael are indisposed. (What is it with me and M names? Good grief.)
Have a question you’d like to ask one of the characters? Maybe what they think about a current event or political issue? What they think of another character? What they might do on a free evening? Anything and everything. Throw those ideas out there!
By the time the next two months are done, I’ll need lots of these, so let ‘em fly. I’ll always post the link when they run, of course, and give credit to the person who proposed the idea!
As an incentive to participate, I’ll offer my usual Shop Talk giveaway today of a $10 gift card to your favorite online bookseller or retailer (or equivalently priced book from Book Depository if outside the US).