Workshop on Harry Potter for Writers at SavvyAuthors:
First off (and this was actually set before my release date for SFW) -- I will be presenting my Harry Potter for Writers workshop for SavvyAuthors from March 16 - April 12. Here's a brief description:
Using Ms Rowling's phenomenally popular series as a base, we will delve below the surface of her prose to determine what made her writing so magical for so many. Learn about giving the reader more, the value of subtext, using mythic themes and structure to advantage, plotting a trail-of-clues mystery, and the business of self promotion.Check this link for more detailed information and to sign up. This workshop is always a lot of fun, and I do my best to incorporate new aspects that are of interest to the participants.
As part of the promo for this workshop, I blogged yesterday at SavvyAuthors on Learning Sleight of Hand from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter. You can check out that blog post at this link.
Upcoming Blog Tours and Review Copies:
I have two different blog tours coming up for Southern Fried Wiccan. First, my publisher BookFish Books is setting up a tour for the week of March 24 - 30. Also, Nereyda Gonzalez at YA Bound Book Tours is setting up a tour for March 30 - April 10. If you'd like to host a stop on either of these tours, you can respond in the comment section, email me at SPSipal AT gmail.com, contact BookFish Books directly at BookFishBooks AT gmail.com, or contact Nereyda for the YA Bound Book Tours through the information on this page here. There will be prizes!
Review Copies Available:
Finally, review copies are available for Southern Fried Wiccan. NetGalley will be posting release info with review copies in a few days, until then, you can also contact me or BookFish at the above gmails to request a review copy.
I'll be posting some giveaways in the next few days! Some of these are specifically geared to reviewers. So keep check here or my Twitter!
Be sure to check out Southern Fried Wiccan for pre-order at Amazon and add it to your shelf at Goodreads!
And thank you!