A warm welcome to author Edmond Manning joining us today for his King John Blog Tour
Welcome Edmond 🙂
Title: King John
Author: Edmond Manning
Series: The Lost and Founds, #4
Publisher: Pickwick Ink Publishing
Release Date: September 10, 2015
25 Fast Answers with Edmond Manning
Question: Are you ready?
Edmond: I think so.
Question: That was question one. Coke or Pepsi?
Edmond: Diet Pepsi with lemon.
Question: Sausage or bacon for breakfast?
Edmond: Bacon with eggs; sausage with French toast.
Question: Night owl or morning person?
Edmond: Both, unfortunately.
Question: Winter or summer?
Edmond: Winter. All the way. Fires, hot comfort food, snow falling—
Question: Stop talking. Gotta keep this moving. Top or bottom?
Edmond: Hey! That’s a little personal.
Question: Thought maybe I could sneak that in there. Cat or dog person?
Edmond: Dog. No, wait, now that I own a cat, I think I’m legally obligated to say cat.
Question: Short stories or novels?
Question: Happy ending or sad?
Edmond: An ending that fits.
Question: Google or Bing?
Question: Favorite non-USA country?
Question: Spicy or sweet?
Edmond: Spicy—no, sweet.
Question: Egg rolls or spring rolls?
Edmond: Anything fried. Egg rolls.
Question: Zombies or vampires?
Edmond: For what? Movies, or do I want to meet one in real life?
Question: No time for clarifications. Zombies or vampires?
Edmond: Shit. Zombies. No—wait. They terrify me.
Question: Camping or motel?
Edmond: I want to change my answer to vampires.
Question: Too late. Camping or motel?
Edmond: Summer, camping. Winter, motel.
Question: Dodgeball or kickball?
Edmond: Can I just ask if I’m being attacked by zombies or am I just saying, which preference—
Question: C’mon. Keep up. Dodgeball or kickball?
Question: Wine or beer?
Edmond: Cake-flavored vodka.
Question: No fair!
Edmond: Let me return to the zombie question and we’ll—
Question: Hawaii or Alaska?
Question: Batman or Superman?
Edmond: Scott Summers of the X-Men. Or Colossus.
Question: You’re not very good at this.
Edmond: Your questions are limiting.
Question: That’s the point.
Edmond: Would you rather answer two-dimensional questions or be asked something philosophical?
Question: Well, I guess it depends on—hey. I’m the question-asker!
Question: Apple or pear?
Question: Apple or PC?
Edmond: PC, I guess. They’re merging into one thing it seems.
Question: Apple or stay ignorant in the Garden of Eden?
Question: Tuxedo or jeans?
Edmond: Do both options involve wearing pants?
Question: Win the lottery or find the perfect job?
Question: Science fiction or drama?
Edmond: Science fiction.
Question: PIN number?
Edmond: 4-1—nice try, buddy.
Question: The zombie question was about who you would rather attack you.
Edmond: Damn it.
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EDMOND MANNING has always been fascinated by fiction: how ordinary words could be sculpted into heartfelt emotions, how heartfelt emotions could leave an imprint inside you stronger than the real world. Mr. Manning never felt worthy to seek publication until recently, when he accidentally stumbled into his own writer’s voice that fit perfectly, like his favorite skull-print fuzzy jammies. He finally realized that he didn’t have to write like Charles Dickens or Armistead Maupin— two author heroes— and that perhaps his own fiction was juuuuuuust right, because it was his true voice, so he looked around the scrappy word kingdom that he created for himself and shouted, “I’M HOME!” He is now a writer.
In addition to fiction, Edmond enjoys writing nonfiction on his blog, http://www.edmondmanning.com. When not writing, he can be found either picking raspberries in the back yard or eating panang curry in an overstuffed chair upstairs, reading comic books.
Feel free to contact him at email@example.com.
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About King John:
English attorney Alistair Robertson can’t quite believe an astonishing tale of kingship and transformation he hears at Burning Man, the annual counter-culture art festival in the Black Rock desert. Who are the Found Kings? Is “being kinged” as magical as it sounds?
Determined to find the mysterious garage mechanic named Vin who helps men “remember who they were always meant to be,” Alistair catches his quarry amid the extravagant sculptures, fire worshipers, mutant cars, and lavish costumes. After searching for three years, he’ll finally get to ask the question burning inside him: “Will you king me?”
Wandering together through the desert, Vin Vanbly and Alistair explore Burning Man’s gifting culture and exotic traditions, where they meet the best and worst of their fellow burners. Alistair’s overconfidence in Vin’s manipulative power collides with Vin’s obsessive need to save a sixteen-year-old runaway from a nightmarish fate, and the two men spiral in uncontrollable, explosive directions.
In this fourth adventure of The Lost and Founds, beneath the sweltering summer sun and the six billion midnight stars, one truth emerges, searing itself on their hearts: in the desert, everything burns.
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King John Blog Tour:
Mon, Sept 7 My Fiction Nook
Mon, Sept 7 AJ Rose Books pre-release excerpt #1
Tues, Sept 8 Thorny, Not Prickly pre-release excerpt #2
Wed, Sept 9 Love Out Loud pre-release excerpt #3
Thurs, Sept 10 Facebook Release Party, 7p-9p Central, hosted by Bike Book Reviews
Fri, Sept 11 Reviews by Amos Lassen
Sat, Sept 12 Vanessa North.com
Tues, Sept 15 MM Good Book Reviews
Wed, Sept 16 The Novel Approach
Thurs, Sept 17 Purple Rose Tea House
Fri, Sept 18 Posy Roberts.com
Sat, Sept 19 Zipper Rippers
Tues, Sept 22 Joyfully Jay
Wed, Sept 23 Boys In Our Books
Thurs, Sept 24 It’s About the Book
Fri, Sept 25 Lou Harper.com
Sat, Sept 26 Love Bytes Reviews
Sun, Sept 27 Sinfully Addicted to Male Romance
Mon, Sept 28 Josephine Myles.com
Tues, Sept 29 Molly Lolly
Wed, Sept 30 Coffee and Porn in the Morning
Wed, Sept 30 Stumbling Over Chaos
Thurs, Oct 1 The Blogger Girls Reviews
Sat, Oct 3 Because Two Men Are Better Than One
Sun, Oct 4 The Hat Party!
Fri, Oct 2 Jessewave
Mon, Oct 5 Prism Book Alliance
Tues, Oct 6 Jaycee Edward.com
Wed, Oct 7 Hearts on Fire Book Reviews