Links To My Latest Guest Blog Postings!

I am fortunate enough to have landed a number of opportunities for “guest blogging” on a variety of awesome blog spaces.  These are my latest four.

1) Dropped Pebbles is an amazing blog spot, and I give a huge shout out of thanks for the interview! The sub-title on this blog is catchy: “A Safe Pond For Little Fish to Gather – A Writing Blog for Upcoming Authors.”

2) C.M. Muller has an interesting blog space, and I am jealous of the nifty banner picture – mysterious! C.M. was kind enough to let me talk briefly about my latest novel ‘The Witch of the Wood.’ (He also put up the picture of me that was taken with my very cool dog, Killian, the King Charles Cavalier!)

3) SF Signal is an amazing blog, and I was thrilled with the concept that the guest had to pitch an idea, yielding a real freedom and originality to the presentation. Here, I talk about the genre-type people have affixed to ‘The Witch of the Wood,’ and the idea that it might have elements of dark comedy, bizarro fiction, and heavy erotica.

4) Marie Lavender’s Writing in a Modern Age is a blog so sophisticated and beautifully put together, that I was floored when Marie gave me an interview.  Just being mentioned on this blog is an honor, and having the chance to answer her questions is an absolute thrill.

About maronovitz2015

Michael Aronovitz published his first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures through Hippocampus Press in 2009. His first novel Alice Walks came out in a hardcover edition by Centipede Press in 2013, and Dark Renaissance Books published the paperback version in 2014. Aronovitz’s second collection, The Voices in Our Heads was published by Horrified Press in 2014, and The Witch of the Wood, came out through Hippocampus Press in early 2015. Aronovitz’s first young adult novel Becky’s Kiss will be appearing through Vinspire Press in the fall of 2015 and his third hard core adult horror novel titled Phantom Effect will be published by Night Shade Books in the fall of 2015. Michael Aronovitz is a college professor of English and lives with his wife and son in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
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