Day 18: Countdown to Publication Giveaway, Robin Slick: Moon Traveler
Day 18 winner, you’re in for a treat! My friend Robin Slick, a writer I’ve had the good fortune to know for a decade, has started a new YA series of tiny novels called Moon Traveler. You can win the first book!
Question of the Day: The name of a famous James Joyce short story is also the nickname of one of the most popular bands ever known to cause people to leave their families and follow them on tour. What is it?
A young woman down on her luck is startled to learn that she is a Moon Traveler — one of twelve people worldwide who can astrally project themselves at night and alter personal and universal history with both humorous and disastrous results.
About Moon Traveler
Moon Traveler, Book One, is a kleine novelle (Amsterdam speak for tiny novel), written in the old comic book style of good vs evil with cliff hanger endings and a new novelle published each month. Readers are encouraged to actively participate, and those whose ideas are incorporated will be given a free download and their name used as a character if they so desire. Robin envisions this as a jam session for both other writers and readers to chill out and have some fun. So read Book One, write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me where you would like to see Kate travel next.
About Robin Slick
Robin Slick is a raging liberal living in downtown Philadelphia who wishes she could jump in a time machine and travel to London in the late sixties where she’d party with the Beatles, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, and all of their pals. Robin is the author of several published short stories and novels, a nominee for a Best American Short Story award, former fiction editor at both NFG Magazine and Philadelphia Stories, but alas is probably most well known as the mother of Eric Slick, drummer for Dr. Dog and Paper Cat, and Julie Slick, solo artist, bassist for the Adrian Belew Power Trio, and Paper Cat.
Robin’s interests include rock music, world travel, and eating gourmet vegetarian meals prepared by five star restaurants and her daughter, Julie.