I’m delighted to announce I’m a guest blogger and have an interview on the website of author Lily Sawyer. I discuss my new book Queen Morgana and the Renfairies and writing in general. Stop by and leave a comment at
Friday, May 11, 2012
After a couple of months working on my first directorial effort with a punk-style production of Macbeth for the Delphi Theatre (It went great--awesome cast/full houses) I have some exciting announcements:
I pleased to announce that I’ve sold funny fantasy “Fae for a Day” to Weird Tales magazine for their Fairy issue!!
And I’m very excited that I’ve just signed the contract for my renaissance Faire murder mystery novel “Murder Most Faire” with Post Mortem Press for Summer release!
And my first review for my book "Queen Morgana and the Renfaries."
Queen Morgana and the Renfairies
Reviewed by Toni Sweeny RATING: Five Stars
The only bridge between the world of Fae and the world of Humans are the Renaissance Faires, the place where supernatural and natural can blend without knowing it, or without admitting it.
When a group of humans accidentally find themselves on the other side of the portal, they find themselves in a realm where all the characters of legend and myth exist…
MY OPINION: Well, TJ, you’ve done it again! I thought your pirates and other assorted characters were great, but now that you’ve moved into the realm of the Fae and brought it into contemporary time by tossing in Renfairies, they’ve gotten even better.
In these stories, there’s comedy, adventure, love, and a healthy dose of poignancy, as well as the accustomed television and movie references so characteristic of this author’s works. If you haven’t read any of Teel James Glenn’s stories, this one is a good place to start.