Friday, August 31, 2018

Support a Local Author


I have always been an advocate for good works of literature and I have always promoted other authors and their works to people. My recent campaign is not only to promote other authors but to promote reading books.

Too many times I have gone to events where people look at my books and then promptly tell me they don't like reading books, or they don't have time, or whatever the reason may be. In an attempt to get people to read, go to their library, or buy a book from a local author I have launched a T-shirt campaign which I hope will bring awareness to both the elements of the adventure found in reading a book and the fact that there are so many very talented local authors in every town.

I am dedicating a page on my website to links to some of my favorite authors and there will be more added as time goes on. My website is listed on the campaign t-shirt so if someone decides to actually check out the website they will not only see my books but be led to other amazing authors as well.


Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Steel Roots Blog Tour August 8-16, 2018


I am on a fabulous book tour this week. I have not read all the reviews yet so I am excited and nervous. However, good or bad these are honest reviews and I appreciate all these people taking the time to read my books and discuss them with the public.  I hope you will respect all of these as they come out and I appreciate all of you.

BLOG TOUR SCHEDULE
8/8 Jazzy Book Reviews http://bookreviewsbyjasmine.blogspot.com Guest Post

8/8 I Smell Sheep http://www.ismellsheep.com/ Guest Post

8/9 Inspired Chaos http://inspiredchaos.weebly.com/blog Guest Post

8/9 Breakeven Books https://breakevenbooks.com Author Interview

8/10 Sheila's Guests and Reviews https://Sheiladeeth.blogspot.com Guest Post

8/11 Bookmark Your Thoughts https://bookmarkyourthoughts.blog Review

8/11 Ravenous for Reads https://www.ravenousforreads.com Author Interview

8/11 Sapphyria's Books https://saphsbooks.blogspot.com/ Guest Post

8/12 The Book Lover's Boudoir https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpress.com/ Review

8/13 The Reading Bud https://thereadingbud.com Review

8/14 Swords and Red ses https://swordsandrosess.wordpress.com/ Review

8/14 Ravenous for Reads https://www.ravenousforreads.com Guest Post

8/15 Literature Approved http://literatureapproved.com Review

8/15 Honestly Austen http://honestlyausten.com Review

8/16 YA/NA Book Divas http://facebook.com/yareeds Guest Post

8/16 Love Bites and Silk http://www.lovebitesandsilk.co.uk/ Guest Post
 
 

Thursday, June 21, 2018

J L Mulvihill's upcoming events

I have three major events coming up. 

The event is first is MS Comic Con this weekend in Jackson, MS. 
You better be there or you'll miss Linda Blair! Image result for linda blair
The second event is a book signing at the Country Caboose Wedding Chapel and Railroad Museum in Joplin, MO. 

This is very cool because Abby, the character in Steel Roots starts her adventure here in what I call New Joplin in the Boxcar Baby.  This is a real passenger railroad car and caboose.  I will have my other books with me as well for those of you who desire epic fantasy. 

Speaking of epic fantasy, a little trivia for you with regards to The Elsie Lind Chronicles. Did you know that in The Lost Daughter of Easa, the town where Elsie lives called Ophir is a real town? I do a lot of research for all my stories and every place and every name has a meaning to it. 



My third upcoming event is the Steel Roots series blog tour which is taking place July 11-18.

Be on the look out for that to gain more insight to the Steel Roots series and the characters within. 


Wednesday, May 30, 2018

J L Mulvihill: SPIDERS AND THE IRISH

J L Mulvihill: SPIDERS AND THE IRISH: Okay I now know that my fear of spiders is justified by my Irish heritage. It seems as though Irish people don't really like spiders, at...

SPIDERS AND THE IRISH

Okay I now know that my fear of spiders is justified by my Irish heritage. It seems as though Irish people don't really like spiders, at least the ones in this video by Diane Jennings on YouTube.

I wonder how they would feel about my twelve-foot spiders.



An interview at Coast Con by SciFictions Owen C. Cotter

I love attending Coast Con, every year is an adventure. This year I was interviewed by Owen C. Cotter. Be sure to check out his other interviews and stay tuned for more adventures.
Click on SciFiction below and it will take you to the interview.