Author Interview – Katie Salidas – “The Immortalis”, “Olde Town Pack”, “Little Werewolf” & RONE Award Winning “Chronicles of the Uprising” (Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance & Horror)

Howdy everyone.

Here I am again to kick off the week with another exciting individual, who has many different series for you book lovers to dive right into.

May I present to you all multi-genre and award winning author Katie Salidas, as we have the pleasure of her company today to find out all about her award winning writing, amazing stories, her creative passions and writing inspirations.

Enjoy the show folks and let’s banish those Monday Blues 🙂


Hi there Katie, a pleasure to have you over here with us today to chat about all of your amazing genre blending books.

Happy to be here and thank you so much for inviting me along to chat with you and your readers.

Let’s start with your various different series under your own name – The “Immortalis” series, “Olde Town Pack” series, “Little Werewolf” series, “ and RONE award-winning “Chronicles of the Uprising” series. Can you tell us a bit more about each of them, their story arcs and the challenges that your protagonists face across each of the series in the course of their thrilling adventures.

I’m going to do my best to be spoiler-free here with my answers, so I hope you don’t feel I’m being too vague.

In all the novels I write, I take my inspiration from what my favourite author did. Anne Rice was the first that I know of to take a traditional “monster” and give them a real life. She, through her Vampire Chronicles, gave us vampires that were less monstrous than the bloodthirsty creatures of old, and replaced them with thinking and feeling creatures trying to make their way through immortality. I loved that. And that is where I drew my inspiration. In each of my various series you will meet characters who are supernatural by nature but often times are more human than the people they are around.

Take my award-winner, Chronicles of the Uprising. This series has been described as Hunger Games meets Underworld. A dystopian and paranormal mashup that places supernatural creatures squarely in the role of the underdog, fighting for their very survival. With themes taken straight from history on how humanity has treated prisoners and slaves (particularly in the Roman era), you get a glimpse of just how brutal humans can and have been through history. While reading, you just might find yourself rooting for their demise. In a way it really mirrors current society with blatant prejudice, classism, and political corruption, but does it in a fictional way using supernatural creatures as a filter to make it more palatable (and less preachy) for readers.

In the Immortalis, my first novel series, I took from popular tropes in the vampire genre for inspiration, and tried to base those ideas in reality. Being supernatural is not easy. It’s not glamourous. It’s hard! The adjustment from human to vampire, while still trying to hold on, to what you feel made you a good person, is a struggle every other author glosses over, so I wanted to give readers a first-hand look at the possibility of it (along with a vampire girl who is just terrible at being a vampire).

In the Little Werewolf Series, arguably my most popular in the YA genre, I explored what it might be like to grow up thinking yourself a freak. Most teen girls worry about a certain monthly visitor, but not one that makes them sprout fur and a big bushy tail. To make matters worse, this particular girl was lost as a baby and spent her entire life in the foster care system, never finding a home because of her supernatural nature. So the Little Werewolf books really take an emotional look at being different and learning to cope with it, while allowing room to trust others and maybe even find love.


You also have other works published in the Romance genre with a naughty side under your alter ego Rozlyn Sparks, having made a name for yourself as a USA Today best-selling author. Please spill the beans regarding these novels, tell us what saucy tales/series you have available that are going to get our pulses racing as soon as we flip them open and get stuck into them.

Sometimes it’s fun to be a little naughty. What can I say? And using my alter ego as a platform for it allows me to play within the more racy genres without compromising the brand created by my real name. As I said above, there is a very clear theme to the books I write as Katie. And readers come to expect certain things from certain brands. So with Rozlyn, I have a bit more freedom to play around with themes, levels of eroticism, and even genres. Not all of my Rozlyn Sparks stories are paranormal and each book under that name really stands on its own. I have some co-written works in the darker erotic genres alongside of my paranormal romances. That is my playground, if you’d like to call it that. And my book, One Night With A Vampire, which was featured in the Secret Worlds anthology in 2016 earned Rozlyn Sparks her USA Today letters.

If your novels were to be made into films (or even a TV series), who would you cast in the lead roles?

I have so many dream cast ideas for my Chronicles series. That one is truly my baby, and the one I feel would translate best to the big screen. If I could have my way I’d cast the following roles:

Mira – Mila Kunis.
Lucian – Matthew Davis.
Tegan – Norman Reedus.
George – Charles Michael Davis.
Olivia – Claire Holt.
Mathias – John Goodman.

What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?

There are two types of writers out there. And though there are a million shades of grey between us, we all identify with either being a pantser or a plotter.

I am a pantser by nature. I need to experience the story organically as I write it. That means I go in without a defined plot. But, because I said there are varying shades of grey, I’m not going in without an idea. I have, what equates to a to-do list for my characters. I know the story needs to hit certain elements but how the characters get there is always a blind road.

So, that said, writers block is terrifying. There are days where I could sit at the computer and not know what to write. And, on the other side, there are days where I can fly through chapter after chapter with my characters. The difficult part is balancing those days on a deadline.

Who are some of the authors and historical figures that inspire you?

As I said above, Anne Rice really was my guru in a sense. I loved what she did so much that when I began to write my first story (back in 1995) I really took to heart what she did for supernatural creatures. Sadly, that story, written on my old Apple IIc computer and saved on floppy disks (the big ones that were actually floppy) were destroyed in my move across country when my parents brought our family to Nevada. That setback, coupled with my angsty teenage years, caused me to stop writing for a while. I did not write another novel until around ten years later.


What sort of research do you do to write your books?

You never want to look at an author’s search history. You don’t want to know why we research decomposition rates of human corpses or how fast chloroform works. We have to do our due diligence when writing so that our novels are as realistic as possible.

Fiction may be fantasy but readers have to be willing to allow our stories to take them out of the real world and slip ups that make them stop reading (because they know something is wrong) work against you.

I’ve scared myself with some of the things I’ve researched. And some things have made me cry. When researching the foster care system for my Little Werewolf books, I ended up locating charities to donate clothing to because I learned that many children have little more than the clothes on their backs, and when they are returned to the system from a home that could not foster them (for whatever reason) they don’t get to take all the things that foster family might have bought for them. All those toys and clothes remain in the home, not with the kids. It’s heart-breaking, but part of the research I had to do to make my characters transition into her new home plausible.

Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?

The short answer is catharsis mixed with an overactive imagination. In part, working on stories helps me work through the frustrations in life. Cheating husband: how about we make a character that gets caught in the act. There is a meme floating around the internet that says writers don’t get mad, they just put you in their next story as the victim. There is a lot of truth to that.

But on the other side, having an overactive imagination means I’m always asking “what if,” and then answering that through a story.

Writers, in general, love to tell a story. That’s why we do it.

What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block?

In truth, I sometime spend hours staring at a blank screen wondering if I will ever write again. And then there are times when I have a spark of an idea and no way to write it down. The short answer is, you just have to make yourself do something.

On the days where I’m really stuck for words, I might ask myself interview questions about a character and hope that in answering them I get inspired.

And some days are just plain failures for word count. It happens.

You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?

Don’t give up. And maybe have a few backups of that first story. I would love to be able to go back and read that first manuscript I wrote. Twenty years later, I hardly remember the plot, but I do remember loving the story. That feeling stuck with me.

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How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?

Trying desperately to sleep. And that is the god’s honest truth. I have three kids. So basically between them and writing, I don’t ever get enough sleep.

I love my babies so I try to spend as much non-writing time as I can focusing on them. Right now we are prepping my middle child for Kindergarten in the fall, working on reading!! I’m so proud of his progress.

Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?

I’m never without something to write. On the schedule for 2017 is the 3rd book in my Olde Town Pack series. I didn’t go into detail about that one above as it is a crossover series using characters from my Little Werewolf world and my Immortalis series world. The Olde Town is all about the romance, so each book gives you a little insight into a specific character and their newly-forming relationship.

After that, there is the 4th book in the Little Werewolf series to finish. Giselle will be graduating and starting to take on a more important role in the pack she’s become part of.

I’m also co-writing an adaptation story in my Chronicles world. This one will not be part of the main series, which is finished at 6 books, but will be about one of the important characters in the series and their specific role in the new world order. That one has no Publishing date, but I’d expect to see it before the end of the year.

Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring writers?

Just Keep Writing.

Simple and effective. We are writers because we want to tell a story, so don’t let the business side of it get you down. Do what you love, and just keep writing.

And that’s a wrap! It has been really fun to get to know you better and find out more about all of the incredible worlds and series you have created, they are going to keep us busy for quite a while, that is for sure 🙂

Thanks again for having me along. It has been a pleasure!


Katie Salidas is a best-selling author known for her unique genre-blending style that led the award-winning Paranormal Dystopian Thriller: Dissension.

Host of the Indie YouTube Talk show, Spilling Ink, nerd, Doctor Who fangirl, Las Vegas Native, and SuperMom to three awesome kids, Katie gives new meaning to the term sleep-deprived.

Since 2010 she’s penned four bestselling book series: the Immortalis, Olde Town Pack, Little Werewolf, and the RONE award-winning Chronicles of the Uprising. And as her not-so-secret alter ego, Rozlyn Sparks, she is a USA Today bestselling author of romance with a naughty side.

You can connect with Katie via the following Social Media channels:-

Facebook:- Katie Salidas – Author (FB)

Twitter:- @QuixoticKatie (Twitter)

Website:- The Website of Author Katie Salidas

You can buy her books here:-

Buy Katie Salidas’s books in Canada

Buy Katie Salidas’s books in the UK/Europe

Buy Katie Salidas’s books in the US/Rest of the Word

And if you want to try out the erotic romance works of her alter ego Rozlyn Sparks:-

Buy Rozlyn Sparks books in Canada

Buy Rozlyn Sparks books in the UK/Europe

Buy Rozlyn Sparks books in the US/Rest of the World

If you too would like to be interviewed on my blog at TooFullToWrite and you have a book or a series of books that you would like us to chat about then fill out the Contact Me form here with your details and we can arrange a future interview slot.

Still want more? Well, Katie is clearly constantly in pursuit of writing the best books possible, which is why she is an award winning author. For more articles on the theme of ‘Pursue’ then check out the links below:-

1. Bonkers Away! – Pursue
2. Anatomy of a Dream [Free Short Fiction] – ADAN RAMIE
3. Pursue it – adamantly – all life is yoga
4. The Pursuit of Happiness – Run and Travel
5. Micro Fire – Jennifer Nichole Wells
6. Sagesse :|: Oblige – …Yet Cast Your #Bread…
7. The Problem with Millennials… – Positively Un-broken
8. I am the person I want to be – My Talking Fingers
9. Sweet Tea with a Slice of Faith
10. My homespun bouquet snoozing the day away – cries from an unkempt garden
11. Pursue change – Lifes Journey
12. 5 sites to earn money online! – The Movement
13. Awl and Scribe – Pursue
14. #Dailyprompt: Pursue – Tony Meets World
15. My Wonder Woman – World Through My Eyes
16. Pursue – Melinda J. Irvine
17. Namesake – The Militant Negro
18. The Final Draft – Creative Mind
19. Moments In Life – Pursue A Dead-End
20. 13 Words – Just me musing
21. Langston Hughes – Flowing Like Milk and Honey
22. The Space Between Agnosticism, Doubt, & Faith – Lance Price Blog 2017
23. This play by Shakespeare would make for a great Doctor Who Episode. – This and That
24. Dublin, Ireland – Thirty by Thirty
25. pennyforyourthotsblog – Pursue
26. Not Too Late to Dream – LOVE WHAT YOU DO
27. Pursue Life ⋆ Give Me Idea
28. Le Drake Noir – Prompts of the week
29. Success meaning and 25+ Tips on How to Be Successful In Life
30. The Pursuit of Fiordland – Ã la Jaime
31. “Pursuing.” – Nomadic Adventurer
32. The Showers of Blessing – Apprenticeship or Internship
33. JasonFLBlog – in infinite pursuit of profound profundity
34. Pursue Your Destiny – PURSUING A PATH
35. mylocalweb – be pink-ed
36. She might not lay golden eggs, but… – Cyranny’s cove
37. The waving gown – The Vampyre Memoirs
38. Keep trucking: – Storysite
39. Breaking 2: Superhuman Speed – Self Evolve
40. stumble upon serendipity – Buried Alive
41. I am suspended in a starless night – Sarahs Crazy Mind
42. Anatomy of a Dream [Fiction] – ADAN RAMIE
43. Dream on – Poonam.with.a.view
44. Appreciate-Shun – KhaoticEuphoria
45. Cookies & Moo – Winter
46. BodynSoil – My Cluttered Desktop W1 May 2017
47. One Step Ahead – Blog of Hammad Rais
48. Archery – Benefits of Sports – travel387
49. Worth The Chase – lethe
50. The Romantic Quill – WEDNESDAY REFLECTION #17: English Vinglish starring Sridevi
51. “To PURSUE the evil High Priestess” for Daily Prompts – The Blog That Would Destroy the World
52. Away from the shore, where life awaits. – The Voice Of My Conscience…
53. THE ICONOPHILE – The Eyes in the Hall
54. Avon 365 – Campaign 12 – Pursue Daily Prompt
55. Here’s Pie In Your Face – Write Away
56. Love’s Pursuit – AnneObure
57. Purposive Writer – Reflection and Tranquility
58. Sajid Shaikh – Pursue: The Ultimate Quest
59. I Will Never Forget – Leigha Robbins
60. Who are you going to be? – xxwakeeupxx
61. Day 17 of 30-day Blogging Challenge – SECRET TO BRANDING YOURSELF ON YOUTUBE
62. sonja benskin mesher – 199. no comments found
63. Oubliette: “Pursue” – My Corner on the Internet
64. Adapting to change – Spreading My Wings
65. Pursue – Snapshots of Life
66. shadows & gems – Tiny Fawns Writings
67. I’ll Chase You Around – Karuchan
68. Chase it – My little storybook
69. Interview with the Vampire – awesomeloopy
70. helen meikle’s scribblefest – Daily prompt: Another trip to la-la land
71. Notes to Women – Broken Heart
72. Pursue – Letters2Words
73. Grateful – a moment teller’s
74. Tangled Webs – Art, Not Fact
75. Math Mondays and Teaching Tuesdays Rolled Into a Wednesday – Writing Frames – Wendy Mair Clark
76. Coal Field (Warriors Cats fanfic) – A Failed Writer
77. Pursue Greatness and Reach for the Stars, it’s only up to you… – StyleKemistry
78. Hmmmmmm to pursue – abbisoul
79. Fluffy Pool – Kill the Historians
80. Mysteries of Life…You and Me – Tear Off the Mask
81. Chase your dreams.. – Mum’s the Word Blog
82. WorldwideFriends – Only temporary
83. Sascha Darlington’s Microcosm Explored – I Didn’t Get To Sleep At All
84. New Ideas And Inspirations – Pursue
85. American Renaissance – Flowing Like Milk and Honey
86. Scouting the Trails – Heaven’s Sunshine
87. Pursue – Book Meets Girl
88. Bee Careful – Rhyme In Time
89. Reflections on Life – The Baking Life
90. Moon Goddess – bushboys world
91. Pursue – Thoughts On Life 2017
92. It’s The Little Things – A Life Focused On Essentials!! (- Lemons & Hair Care.
93. Sara Ackerman, author – The French Mortuary
94. A Grand Display of Affection – Love and Life
95. The Desire to Pursue – Kristalin Davis’ Musings on the Human Condition
96. Jupiter Star – Pursue A Mocking Bird
97. manvsloneliness – Day 306: The Man and the Lone Traveler; ‘Pursue’
98. Retaliation of the wrong kind? – CD-W, Author Flawed to Perfection
99. Pursue- Daily Word Prompt – christinapociask
100. RICHARD BERKSHIRE – Nontrivial Pursuit
101. you pursue – jacey caitlyn speaks
102. Pursuit of Purpose – aroused
103. Christine’s Collection – The Poet in the Park
104. Kerrstee – Pursue
105. pursue – awonderingsoulsblog
106. Blooming Musing – Pursue
107. The Abject Muse – In Pursuit
108. Hidden Ears – Nan’s Farm-Inside Out
109. Life On The Skinny Branches – Free Fall
110. Life of a Buzzy B – Endlessly Pursuing Goals through History
111. God Chaser – Dream Desire Achieve
112. pursue – writingindevizes
113. Pursue: Stan Rogers, Witch of Westmoreland – Lorraine’s frilly freudian slip
114. 83 Unsung Heroes – One Night With Your Ex
115. Pursue- Daily Prompt – Shereena Badu
116. Lost Property Repository – Pursue to peruse
117. My Final Dream – Wings Of Poetry
118. Story of my life – Back On The Grid
119. The Pursuit of Tomorrow – Dream Desire Achieve
120. When the exam is nothing like it’s supposed to be – Wonderful treasures
121. WOTD pursue – Kimo’s Den Of Iniquity
122. It is you, that I want to pursue – Site Title
123. Mankind Limited Excerpt – thehouseofbailey
124. The Pursuit of Faith – Just a thinker
125. Glory Days – thehouseofbailey
126. Pursue – Allison’s Written Words
127. RACE OF A DONKEY – Rainbow
128. Recent Times – On a mission
129. Swell Time – Silly dreamer
130. Pursue – Is Pursuing a Goal/Score/Numbers Worth the Cost? – The Bag Lady
131. Starting From Anywhere – genusrosa
132. I Don’t Know What I’m Doing – NewMoonPlan
133. Teacher appreciation week – Settle in El Paso
134. Pursue Thy Devotion – Short Poem – In2Lauren
135. Pursing God – CD-W, Author Flawed to Perfection
136. Never Stop Pursuing – The Design Bug
137. Sunchaser – Expanding Essence
138. The name is Black – Asma
139. Peanut Gallery 24/7 – I can’t get you out of my mind
140. hopeforheather – Pursue
141. A Review 3 – Who I Was
142. Flowers and Breezes – Pursue
143. Fem Writ Books – “This is my soul…”
144. To Sovereignty – ikataki
145. Day 2: Pursue – Gracefully me
146. A Tribute: Happy Birthday Maa – atrangizindagieksafar
147. A Mixed Multitude – untitled
148. Death Personified – A Place to Remember
149. The GS Blog – Childhood that was lost.
150. scared, so you write through it…. – koolest1uknow
151. A El Dorado Expedition – Thoughts of Words
152. Business (un)usual – Wells Baum
153. Shock and Awe – a nomad in cyberspace
154. Combines – Wells Baum
155. Dream On – Smell The Coffee
156. In Hot Pursuit – Life…As I Know It
157. The American Dream – The Mind of Nox
158. yochet – Finger Crochet
159. – Don’t Borrow Money Just to Travel
160. Franklin the Turtle. His Mother’s Day Gift. The Best! –
161. The Pursuit – My Wife, the Stork.
162. Pursuing Trump truth ends badly – Your Nibbled News – 2017 YNN
163. I Have Pretty Strong Convictions, I Guess – Pursue
164. Musings of a pseudo-writer – Carpe Diem
165. Everyone needs something to pursue – MyCrazyMind
166. A Road to Happiness – Beautiful Mind
167. Pursue Your Vision! – LifeBlog
168. He forgot – A poem – The Diary of a Weird Teen Boy
169. Decision Day – Bedoor Bluemoon
170. Pursue – A Sawyer’s Daughter
171. Branching Out – in Pursue of … (Daily Prompting)
172. Dronstad – Delta Lima Six
173. Racing the earth – Don’t hold your breath
174. Re: emotionally wreck, me, also an eggshell – DRAFT BOULEVARD
175. One Step At a Time – Deafinitely Me
176. Not all dreams pursued are achieved – Wonderful treasures
177. Urban Poetry a digital art and poetry wordpress blog. original poems copyright by linda j. wolff Poetry: My Home is the Blue Sky
178. The Cat Chronicles – Daily Feline Prompt: Pursuing Feline
179. I will not be Afraid, a poem – Sumyanna Writes
180. juantetcts – Daily Post
181. Nomads Pursuit of Travel… – Nomadchasingwaterfalls
182. juantetcts – Daily Post-Pursue
183. In pursuit of many things! – Bits and Pieces
185. Pursue – Victoria.K.Gallagher
187. Weaving My Dream to Be a Writer – Musings of an Angel
188. Perused, Persued – Blue Briars
189. Live Your Dreams – Marketing With Sylvia
190. Post the Tenth – Inprovisus
191. Photos – Chasing Spring at Longwood
192. Pursue – wordsareallihavesite
193. poor haiku – Alone and Free
194. Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss – Constantly pursuing
195. It’s Doable – Authentic Woman
196. Exploring the World around us – Love failure
197. Scrambled, Not Fried – Chase
198. andsoitisborn – The Answer Lies In My Leaving
199. Charmed Chaos – In Pursuit of Love
200. DCMontreal: Blowing the Whistle on Society – Quebec Floods, Airlines and Price Gouging
202. Castles & Abbeys & Jigs, oh my Southern Ireland – The Page Turns
203. Think This As You Pursue Your Desires~ – Author Tony Damian, RMT, CMT on Self-Healing
204. Pursue the Picture – Progressing into Solitude
205. kwesi – pursue
206. Your dream(s)… – Margaret writes about life and everything else
207. Everything and anything – Where Beauty Hides
208. Kimberlee K. – My 100th “No”
209. Just Brittany Moments – Suppressed For Too Long
210. Dublin – Guinness Brewery – Thirty by Thirty
211. Failure: The Final Frontier… – Success Strategies
213. No Right Way – emotionsoflife2016
214. Pursuit of pleasure to lonely walk down a pictureless hallway – Bird Flight
215. Unique Stories: Travel, Dogs, People – Bad Day Traveling Southwest
216. Vox Humbug – The Pursuit of Knowledge
217. Pursue your dreams – ARMY OF THE FALLEN BIKERS
218. A Tale of Lyme Disease – Migraines From Hell
219. WritersAndReaders – Pursue Your Dream
220. The Sky is Fading – 25more
221. I will Pursue My Dreams (Daily Word Prompt is Pursue) – My Loud Bipolar Whispers
222. What a Journey! – Autism in Our Nest
223. Pursued By Bad Luck – CEIN BEE
224. lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown – Sad News for the Bearded Lady
225. Paper Plane Pursuit – Zeckrombryan
226. Pursue – L. Arthur Collections
227. Pursue – CD-W, Author Flawed to Perfection
228. Timeandreflections – writings on the wall
229. Timeandreflections – Azaleas…
230. Once in a blue bloom – Don’t hold your breath
231. Haiku: Simplicity –
232. Poetry Struggles – Bits of Poems
233. The Reaper – Scottish Legend’s Blog
234. Fence at the Dunes – Heaven’s Sunshine
235. Breaker Breaker – Redux Of Rex
236. Followed Below – Hook—Line—Sinker
237. Run Toward, not From. – Present and Presentable
238. Fled – Harshit Rajpal Says
239. Back in the Goodle Days of Teaching Freshman Comp – I’m a Writer, Yes, I Am!
240. Predators, Ghosts – nosaintaugustine
241. Quest – Full-Time
242. Rickey Dobbs – Do you even hustle, bro?
243. Perusing in Pursuit – As I was saying…
244. Hot Dogs and Marmalade – 13 Reasons Why Not
245. The Pursuit of Happyness
246. Giggles & Tales – The Daily Prompt – Pursue!
248. The pursuit of our hearts – thereforegodamaris
249. Batches Of Beauty – A Review Of Wealthy Affiliate’s Free Membership
250. Don Quixote – Just Writing!
251. Planet to Moon – Flowing Like Milk and Honey
252. The soul is a stranger… – My Day Notebook
253. Pursue – Follies, Nonsense, and Whims
254. Zombie Flamingos – Random pictures from the garden
255. Plants That Survive the Pursuits of Bad Gardeners – Journal of a Late-Blooming Gardener
256. pursue – erintypes
257. 1,2,3,4 your negativity won’t affect me any more – art of being fabulous
258. Weird at Work Wednesday: Coffee, Superheroes, and an Early Morning Audit – Everyday Strange
259. The Art of Pursuing Words – k a i t
260. Pursue,this… – A Place to learn and grow together
261. MAAAN!!! A MAN (part 2) – Teherah_Whatthe
262. Cloud 9 – Wind Kisses
263. Pursue ( Reality and dreams) – Write Ally! Write!
264. I am blessed, I am fortunate, I am weary, I will never quit. – Michelle’s Multifarious Musings
265. B_ live – Must Do’s
266. Today is Another Good Day Not to be Donald Trump – A lot from Lydia
267. Regina Bartlett – Molding Versus Breaking
268. He didn’t Pursue me – Adoption – Happiness is egg shaped
269. Dream Diary: Witch Tableaus – Compass & Quill
270. ”Sweet dreams are made of this” – SweetHandlettering!
271. Cahlas Tawkin – “Time Keeps On Slipping, Slipping…”
272. slideaways – Notes from an Archaeological Dig
273. This Moment – Depth of Emotion
274. Seif Salama Karem – FOR A DREAM TO COME TRUE
275. Relax – A Re-blog (“The Citizen’s Income”)
276. Pursue – Daily Prompt – Ladyleemanila
277. Frank Prem – wild
278. Frank Prem – the hunter
279. Frank Prem – the pursuit
280. A Love Story!!! – The-Oblivion
281. All About Writing and more – Pursue
282. The Wandering Poet – Pursuing joy in amazing places
283. Namesake – Free The Truth
284. I wrote a book. Now what? – Unspoken Dialogue
285. Lantern Words – The Great Pursuit
286. Lost Property Repository – Desert Rescue: Heading Home


6 thoughts on “Author Interview – Katie Salidas – “The Immortalis”, “Olde Town Pack”, “Little Werewolf” & RONE Award Winning “Chronicles of the Uprising” (Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance & Horror)

    […] Weird Teen Boy 169. Decision Day – Bedoor Bluemoon 170. Pursue – A Sawyer’s Daughter 171. Branching Out – in Pursue of … (Daily Prompting) 172. Dronstad – Delta Lima Six 173. Racing the earth – Don’t hold your breath 174. […]

    *** Hello there…I have a question for you….Why do you keep leaving the above kind of reply to some of my posts? They make no sense to me and I have not approved any of them. Looks like you are spamming me. When I visit your blog, you seem to have a very wonderful thing gong for yourself. Will you explain what your comments mean? Thanx for your time, ren ***

    • Hi there Ren. I link to a lot of posts that participate in the the WordPress Daily Prompt. The reason that you see the numbers is that one of your posts is featured every time I list all of these links, which result in pingbacks. By not approving my posts, you are actually limiting the opportunity for people to visit my blog when I am generating opportunities for people to visit your blog. Since you know that my blog is not a spamming website then it would be in your best interests to approve my pingbacks to help build a bridge between our posts and you can gain more followers for your blog. Hope this helps and have a great day 🙂 David

      • David…you rock! Thank you very much for explaining. I had no idea! This is all new to me, which is why I approached you about it. Forgive my ignorance please….”the fool does not know they are a fool!” I will go into my admin and start past-approving.
        Thank you again for taking the time to explain this to me, it is greatly appreciated…ren

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