Monday, July 17, 2017
Just a quick reminder of my book event in on the 20th (Thursday) at Gathering Volumes Bookstore.
196 E. South Boundary
From 4:00 until 7:00 pm
Here's a link for more details/information: Author Event Terry W. Ervin II
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Here's my interview with Dueling Ogres, where we discuss writing, Thunder Wells, Flank Hawk, my current work in progress, Classic TV, reliability and more...
Link to Access the Podcast: Episode 119: Viscount Me In
Note: Dueling Ogres will be posting a Youtube video version of the interview, which I will post when it becomes available.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
A quick notice that I will be at the Art Affair on the Square in Urbana, Ohio on Saturday, July 15th from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm.
I will be there along with seven fellow authors (including Addie J. King and William Weldy), talking to readers and signing/selling our books.
The Champaign County Library is hosting the Literary Tent again this year--A Big Thanks to Them! We will be located near the square (along the northeast sidewalk).
In addition there will be a street full of artists (over 60) of all types (including the Domestic Divas), along with food trucks and more.
**For more information, you can follow this link: Art Affair on the Square
Monday, July 10, 2017
So, right now I am in the middle of listening to The American Civil War, one of the Great Courses. Pretty interesting. Reminds me a lot of what I'd learned back when I was an active Civil War Re-enactor. Plus, learning some new things.
Just finished Shades of Gray, the Hochenwalt Files by Addie J. King. A good read, especially if you enjoy urban fantasy with lycanthropes in the plot.
Waiting for Besieged to be released (tomorrow). The next installment of the Iron Druid Chronicles, by Kevin Hearne. I'll probably listen to the audiobook version, narrated by Luke Daniels, before I actually get to read the print version.
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Currently I am listening to Why Evil Exists. The objective is to expand my knowledge and understanding, both just for my own benefit, and to benefit my writing.
This one has many chapters/lectures that I found very riveting and challenging. Others, I have to admit, I kind of zoned out at parts.
Anyway, it covers views and perspectives of evil from ancient times up to modern, examined through various faiths, philosophies, histories, fiction and even poetry.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Here's a review of Relic Tech posted today at Kevin's Corner.
Check it out if you have a moment or two. :)
Link: Review: Relic Tech: Crax War Chronicles Volume 1 by Terry W. Ervin II