Blog Ring of Power miracle is this: the more we share the more we haveLeonard Nimoy

Five of us are embarking on a mission to boldly go where no blog has gone before. Okay, maybe it’s not quite that innovative, but Terri Bruce has introduced me to a new way of sharing information and hopefully introducing our guests to more readers. One of the features of our Blog Ring of Power, or BRoP for short, will be  “shared interviews” — we’ll  interview the same person over several days, with different questions on each of our blogs. We’ll also have contests and other fun things.

Today I’d like to introduce the other BRoP members:

TBruce, writer of genre-crossing speculative fiction – Terri Bruce Net

Fantasy writer E.M. LaBonte – The Realms of a Fantastical Mind
Sandra Ulbrich Almazan – Speculative Fiction Author
Fantasy author Dean C. Rich – The Write Time

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to check out their websites. I’m not sure when we’ll start the shared interviews, but it looks like Thursdays will be when I post my part.


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  1. Hi, EM — If two minds are better than one, six should be AMAZING! Bizarro mind meld, eh?

    And thanks, Virgin Mobile, for your kind words!

  2. That was epic! I LOVE this!
    I’m so glad we are mind melding our crazy spec fic together. This is going to be quite the interesting journey.

  3. BWAH HA HA! Yes, IT lives.

    Looking forward to having some fun on our intrepid journey into the great blogosphere! Thanks for the inspiration, Terri.

  4. Yay! It lives! I LOVE the pic and quote!

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