Friday, 28 September 2012

E.J. Wesley's "Bury the Hatchet" blogfest

Today I'm posting for the "Bury the Hatchet" blogfest hosted by E.J. Wesley. This blogfest celebrates the publication of E.J.'s debut novelette, BLOOD FUGUE, which is the first in his series of MOONSONGS BOOKS. Wahoo!, congrats E.J. and I wish you the best of luck with your monstrous endeavour!

To answer E.J.'s question about who or what I'd love to bury the hatchet (literally) in, I will say that lately I've discovered a seriously intense hatred of hand drying machines that cut out after five seconds, don't even start working at all, or blow icy cold air on your hands. "Take a chill pill, girlfriend!" you say? Well maybe I should. But I challenge you to keep a chirpy smile on your dial when putting up with any of the above. ;)

Author E.J. Wesley is launching his latest title, BLOOD FUGUE, and wants you to help him celebrate! Check out his blog The Open Vein for details on how to take part, and how to enter for a chance to win some sweet prizes!

What's BLOOD FUGUE about?

Armed only with an ancient family journal, her rifle, and an Apache tomahawk, Jenny must save her grandfather’s life and embrace her dangerous heritage. Or be devoured by it. Blood Fugue, by E.J. Wesley, is the first of the Moonsongs books, a series of paranormal-action novelettes.

BLOOD FUGUE is available now via Smashwords, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble and most other eBook retailers. Check out the author on Goodreads!


  1. Love your entry, Trisha! And seriously, we could just flap them around and they'd get more dry than a couple of seconds of air can do. :And what would it be, like an extra 1 cent of electricity to make it go for 10 seconds instead of 5? Anyway ... :-)

    Thank you so much for spreading the word!


  2. Nice of you to help Wesley out. I'm seriously bad at this sort of stuff...

    I hate those hand dryers too. I'd rather wipe my hands on my pants.

  3. I so agree! Have you used those slice hand dryers where you put your hands inside and when you draw them out, the water is gone? I can't explain them, but Dyson makes them and they're amazing!

  4. I don't use them either. Too noisy, and my hands are just as wet at the end.

    This is a cool blogfest. I hadn't seen the book trailer. Cool.


  5. Clearly, Susan is behind the malfunctioning hand dryer machines. Her evil knows no bounds. :)

  6. Yeah, I hate most of those blow driers. I prefer paper towells. There is a new blow thing, though, that is SUPER powerful and actually works in about 5 seconds--that's okay, because my REAL issue is how much time they take.


Thanks for your words, me hearties! and don't forget to leave a link to your blog somewhere I can find it!