Sunday, February 5, 2012

Good morning from the Muse - Michael Mandrake

Good morning. Welcome to the Goddess fish party and actually day 5 of my book tour for my new release, Vertigo from Sizzler editions.

Today, I hope to inform you about the book as well as my other releases from the past year. I also plan to do a couple of prizes today in addition to giving you a chance to comment to win copies of the book and a $25 Amazon GC.

An added banus? I'll invite my fellow muses in here for a post about their latest. As you may or may not know, I'm part of a triad of muses for author Sharita Lira. BLMorticia, our snarky wicked girl and Rawiya, the sweet and sensual muse will be in later to tell you about what they have going on. 

We plan to have a fun filled day here at Goddess fish and hope you stay for the ride.

What? Dunno about the triad of muses?

Here's a small bio:


The Triad, otherwise known as the characters in the head of Sharita Lira are three separate muses that are the driving force behind her small amount of success. Misses Lira sees her own life as one that is very ordinary, so instead of presenting herself out to the world, she created three personalities that continue to haunt her all hours of the night to get several WIP’s done at the speed of light, and push her to the brink of sheer exhaustion, but she loves it and that’s the reason she hasn’t told them to get the hell out her head.

Michael Mandrake, BLMorticia, and Rawiya collectively have written over 30 stories published in e-book and or print through 7 different publishers. Right now as it stands, Mrs. Lira and the muses have 7 sole author books with much more to come in 2012 and beyond.

She's a happily married mother of two that writes m/m, m/f, m√©nage, paranormals, contemporaries, and for fun some fan fiction. She is a proud member of the Erotica Readers & Writers Association, as well as an advocate for rights of LGBT citizens, and a big fan of 80′s and heavy metal music. She is also a contributor to the heavy metal ezine Fourteeng.net.

For more information, please visit http://www.thelitriad.com as well as her Facebook fanpage, The Literary Triad.

5 comments:

MomJane said...

sounds exciting, but it would be so confusing to me. I understand the heroine is much better able to handle it.

Michael said...

TY for the comment Jane

Debby said...

Sounds very busy and very creative. I admire the ability to balance it all.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Catherine Lee said...

HMMM...Some might call this a clear case of schizophrenia! Sharita...If the voices of "The Triad" start telling you to hurt yourself or someone else, DON'T LISTEN TO THEM. LOL! I often think writers must be a bit mental...having all of those voices & characters in their heads.

catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

BLMorticia said...

TY Bebby and Catherine for the comments. :D