Saturday, October 8, 2011

Interview With Author Faith Mortimer By Stuart Nager

Several authors were kind enough to donate books as prizes for the Rule Of Three winners. Today, fellow host and writer Stuart Nager has posted an interview with author    Faith Mortimer . You can read the interview on Stuart's blog Born Storyteller . His other blog, Tale Spinning, is where he posts his fiction writing - and he has a new "side story" about Renaissance there as well. (As one of the hosts, he is not eligible for any prizes; and as creator of the town of Renaissance, he retains the right to add multiple stories as we go along.) However, as a participant you SHOULD NOT post multiple storylines/entries for the week for Renaissance/REN3; one post, per week, per person/link please. Otherwise, there will be too much confusion for judges and participants. Questions? Tweet me @ficflash or email me via my profile.

Thank you to all of our participants and readers for a great start to the Ren 3 blogfest. I also ask for patience from my longtime and devoted followers who are not participating; the organizing/reading/judging is taking up a HUGE chunk of my time, and so I haven't been able to read and comment on many of your blogs as I normally do. I haven't forgotten you, and ask for your patience.

Hope you're all having a great weekend!

BTW, if you are looking for Part 1 of my entry for REN3, then "A Brilliant little Fire"  is here.


8 comments:

  1. Good luck with it all Li - Hope it all goes well! (You're doing and amazing job getting it all up and running - bowing down to your energy!)

    Have a fab weekend
    Lx

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  2. Hi Laura! Thank you, but majority of credit goes to hosts Damyanti for originating idea and Stuart for creating and naming Renaissance. They did the heavy lifting and organizing; and JC did the linky and IT stuff. Also Portia, who did our badge. :-)))

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  3. Hi Li...thank you for everything. You know I'm glad you're doing this. Can't think of what it'd be without you along.

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  4. Li, don't sell yourself short. Who did all the prizes and the buttons, I ask you?? :)

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  5. Good luck Li, you are doing a wonderful job.

    Yvonne.

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  6. i wish you all the best... hope you are having fun as I am... cheers!

    JJRod'z

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  7. I wish you well on your fest-quest! "A woman with the wide glowing smile of a child" -- that's a haunting line.

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