And now…for something completely different!


We, ladies and gentleman are now going to try something new.  It’s good to experiment once and a while and to try new and exciting things.

I have been invited to be a part of something that we are now calling ‘Blogroll Tag’.  And I have been chosen to start the ball rolling so to speak.

“What is Blogroll Tag?” you ask.  Well it’s really rather simple.  One person (me in this case) asks a question and I ‘tag’ someone else to answer it.  And then the person tagged does the same thing to someone else.    Each Tag holds links to the next blog so people can follow along to see where the ‘ball’ ends up.

So let’s get this ball rolling shall we?

My first question is to Melissa Barker-Simpson, Author of ‘Sins of the Father’ and ‘The Missing Link’ and the upcoming new release ‘Hands of Evil’

Why did you choose to write mystery, and which authors influenced that choice?

Here is the link to Melissa’s blog so you can see her answer –   NB: This link will work once she has her answer up 🙂

I hope you all have fun ‘playing tag’ and remember to keep following to see what new stuff is thrown your way!

The link for seeing all of the collected Tags!


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5 Responses to And now…for something completely different!

  1. Pingback: The Author Collaborative Network – A game of tag | Melissa Barker-Simpson

  2. Let’s get this ball rolling! My link should work now – I’ve added the inlinz button to my post and you can grab the post from there. Here’s another link if you need it 🙂
    Thanks for starting the game!

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  4. Hector Torres says:

    I am new to the blog. I am curious, how do you reach the idea “I must publish this book.”

    • H.M. Clarke says:

      It took be a long while before I decided to publish my first book – there are a lot of things to consider… But you also have to think on what you believe your reaction is going to be if, you looked back after ten years and regretted that you did not publish your book. No one should live a life of regret. If you publish and it fails commercially, then at least you did it and not many people can say that. As long as you do you utmost to bring out what you think is a good product, then go for it.

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