Author Archives: RieSheridanRose

About RieSheridanRose

Rie Sheridan Rose multitasks. A lot. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, including Nightmare Stalkers and Dream Walkers Vols. 1 and 2,  and Killing It Softly. She has authored twelve novels, six poetry chapbooks, and lyrics for dozens of songs. She tweets as @RieSheridanRose.

That’s Entertainment!

The above is an actual program from a variety show that is preserved in the Library of Congress. If Alistair and Jo get back from the Continent in time, they could actually attend this show. If you look very closely, … Continue reading

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Options…

What would you like to see here next, as we broaden our Steampunk horizons somewhat? I have three anthologies of Steampunk stories I could do as I have been doing the anthologies on RieWriter.com. I could do a feature on … Continue reading

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Because I Promised…

…I will attempt to discuss diversity in The Conn-Mann Chronicles and not offend anyone. There isn’t much. There are two reasons for this. The time period was not an extremely integrated era. It’s a cheap excuse, but it’s true. The … Continue reading

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Thought about It this Weekend…

The book tour is over, and we are at a crossroads. What’s next? I am considering book reviews, author interviews, music recommendations–any and everything Steampunk. What do you think? It might take a while to set up some of these. … Continue reading

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Well…This Is It

Our final stop. There was a change of plans I just discovered. The Italian stop was replaced with Book Bloggin’ Princess. Things like this happen. Sorry I didn’t have more notice to give everyone. So…what’s next? I really do need … Continue reading

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Tomorrow the Train Pulls into the Station for the Final Stop on the Virtual Book Tour…

It’s been a wild two months. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading the blogs related to the tour as much as I have enjoyed writing them. Tomorrow is a visit to La libreria di Beppe, or Beppe’s Bookshop in English. It’s … Continue reading

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Blogging Is Becoming a Habit…

I really like talking to everyone every day, but it doesn’t give me much time to do everything else I need to get done. It’s something to get a handle on. In the meantime, working on figuring out the best … Continue reading

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Penultimate Stop Today

Our final stop will be Friday, but today we visit Literarily Speaking for something a bit different–a First Chapter Review. It was kinda cool to see how excited the reviewer was about the first chapter and how it seems to … Continue reading

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Winding Down the Tour…

This is the last week of tour stops. It’s been an interesting ride. Today’s stop is an interview about self-publishing at Self-Publishing Showcase. One of the things we did this weekend was set up the new TV we had to … Continue reading

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Today’s Tour Stop–Publishing Secrets

Today’s tour stop is on Book Publishing Secrets: How to Publish Your Book. It talks about the number of publishers I’ve lost…Novel Books, Inc.; Sunnyside Up Publications; L&L Dreamspell; LTD Books…and many more. That sounds bad, but unfortunately, it’s the … Continue reading

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