Roland Yeomans, from Writing in the Crosshairs. His last name conveniently starts with Y.
|Roland Yeomans, Writing in the Crosshairs,
Y = Yeomans, Roland, Author
Theme = Authors, AtoZ
Fellow blogger and prolific writer, and also emergency blood courier, Roland Yeomans, is my entry for the letter Y. I've read a lot of Roland's books and reviewed them. I have a preference for his tales of Egypt, and old New Orleans, especially Meilori's. After midnight, people come and go in the club, or sit and chat while they try to dodge the undead and unsavoury characters.
On a good night, Meilori's could have the Lost Generation wandering by or at the tables. On a bad night, it could be the dreaded Daystar or a Nazi general bent on revenge. . .
Roland weaves stories with the dialogue of various writers of the past, he creates a world for a young bear named Hibbs, a blended-family for a boy named Victor Standish, and a club owned by a ex-Texas Ranger, which occasionally doubles as a portal to other realms or times.
Roland's blog: 'Writing in the Crosshairs'
A sampling of a few books to whet your imagination:
Ghost of a Chance - Who or what are they looking for?
One of my favourites. . .
Her Bones are in the Badlands.
Dust--lots of it--large movie cameras and a mystery. . .another favourite
The Not-So-Innocents Abroad - NEW
Steampunk saves the day?
Do you follow Roland? Which of his stories do you like? (New Orleans stories, Meilori and McCord, Egyptian sand dunes withTesla's hovercraft)? How about his venture into Steampunk stories?
Please leave a comment to let me know you were here and I'll respond. Thanks for dropping by. PS - Roland doesn't know he was selected as my Y author. Surprise. . .!
A to Z Challenge - 2016
It's April again and time for the 2016 Blogging from A to Z challenge This is my 4th year participating in the challenge! (Previous A to Z posts at the top of my blog page tabs are: Art A-Z, French Faves, Paris, Etc.
Thanks to originator Lee (Arlee Bird at Tossing It Out), and the co-hosts and co-host teams who make the challenge run smoothly. See the list of participants, and other important information at the A to Z Blog site. The basic idea is to blog every day in April except Sundays (26 days). On April 1st, you begin with the letter A, April 2 is the letter B, and so on. Posts can be random or use a theme.
|Blogging from A to Z Challenge 2016 - Badge
Roland Yeomans Blog