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Anvil Interview- Frank Creed and Calamity Kid

This cups for youWelcome back today, my friends. As you can see, Frank has brought a java peace offering. The man does his homework. Obviously, I can’t chunk anvils if I am drinking coffee. Well played, Frank, well played.

Before we get started, let me give all of you the rundown of the giveaway once more. As always, Peyton will draw two names from his fantabulous hat in one week’s time. Sound like fun? Well, hold on a minute. I need to tell you how to enter. There are several ways.

1. Leave a comment, silly.That’s one entry. Go to yesterday’s review and leave a comment for another. ***HERE***

2. Post a link on your Facebook or your own blog. You have to tell me and leave a link here for me to go see your sharing. If you are a friend of mine on Facebook, just tag me when you put up the link. That’s possibly two entries. Go back and link yesterday’s review and that’s two more shots.

3. Go like The Lost Genre Guild on Facebook.  **HERE** Of course, you need to tell me that also but this one will get you two entries.

4. Buy Frank’s first book of The Underground series, Flashpoint in paperback ***HERE*** or ***HERE***, or Kindle version ***HERE*** and earn five entries more. In order to earn these entries you must email me a copy of your receipt of purchase to dmgraham2001[at]yahoo[dot]com.

Frank’s Bio

An aspiring author since boyhood, Frank Creed’s life experiences and spiritual sojourn have well prepared him for Biblical fiction. His short fiction is published in Tales for the Thrifty Barbarian: An Anthology of High Fantasy and in Light at the Edge of Darkness. His Christian cyberpunk novels, Flashpoint and War of Attrition have been published by The Writers’ Café Press. Frank is an award-winning and Amazon best selling novelist. An avid fan of sci-fi and fantasy, Speculative Fiction is the vehicle that Frank uses to deliver his spiritual philosophy to readers. Join the Underground: The Role Playing Game by Mike Roop is based on Creed’s Biblical cyberpunk setting. Frank founded the Lost Genre Guild in 2006 to help promote Biblical speculative fiction and assist fans in locating the best in the genre. For all of these things, he points upward.

**WARNING**

What I am about to tell you may come as a bit of a surprise, but I am honor-bound to tell you just the same. When I first began doing my Anvil Review/Interview/Giveaway I really only wanted to give my readers the inside scoop on some excellent writers of speculative fiction. I also wanted it to be a good time. In the process I have uncovered some shocking revelations.

First, it was Ellen Maze and her cad of a character that revealed that there are indeed Vampires. Then, it was Sandfly and HardCandy telling of the diabolical plot of one Jeff Gerke…MountDew…Amish-Zombie-Vampire-Astronaut. Poor Kerry Nietz didn’t have a chance. Next, it was Fred Warren. Perhaps you didn’t get the drift. He’s the ruler of tiny blue people that live in mushrooms. This all leads me to today’s interview with one Frank Creed.

Please put on your tin-foil hats before you read further.  If you have super-cool shades with extra UV protection, I suggest you put those on as well. I have done my best to protect your minds, but when a genius Literary Zombie is on the loose, you can never be too overcautious. Just remember, you heard it here first.

Ready? Next page, silly.

About Diane Graham

Diane Graham lives in the mountains of eastern Oklahoma with her husband, children and many dogs. She is an avid reader and lover of all art forms that encapsulate imagination and goodness. Her debut novel I Am Ocilla was released in March 2012.

28 comments on “Anvil Interview- Frank Creed and Calamity Kid

  1. My dearest youngest daughter,

    What a hoot, poor Frank, not only getting hit once but twice by the dreaded Anvil! Great interview! Can’t wait to read the book.

  2. Only time and cheesecake will tell if he is going to make it. 😛

  3. Oooh! I laughed so hard! My interest was also snagged by mention of an Rpg. My family loves Rpgs. I just might have to check this out. Oh, and I feel the need to point out that when I read the phrase “special hat”, I kept thinking “no! You mean special helmet”. Bwahahaha.

  4. My dearest daughters,
    now girls!

  5. Okay, I read the interview and I “liked” LGG on Facebook. That’s two more entries for Pastor Eric. The boa pic is cute, but personally, I like the one with the bunny ears.

    Nice interview.

  6. Fun times! Gotta love Frank, with or without the boa.

  7. I’d like to see the one with the bunny ears.

  8. Is that one surprised bunny or what? Here comes peter cottontail!

  9. And here I thought I’d gotten away with one. My thanks to Caprice for BRINGING UP THE dReAdEd EASTER PHOTO! Can’t get no GOOD help! Toyanne, how’s your coffee?

  10. Woo, that anvil of yours is getting meaner and meaner. I might have to come over there and take it back!

    Still, it’s always a blast seeing CK round the place. He should get out more often.

  11. Cute interview! I liked The Lost Genre Guild, so I think I have 3 entries now:) Go Frank! A champion just like your Packers!

  12. Smurfberry Cheesecake? Wait I like the smurfs! Oh well, remind me never visit her on mountain in fear of an anvil……….when did she even get that?! Nice bunny ears, and hilarious interview!

  13. Don’t trust her Cheyenne, Granny loves you, want some cheesecake?

  14. Hmmmm…..just occurred to me I never commented on this interview. The day I read it I had to jet off as soon as I was done so I’m just now reading the comments too.

    Excellent interview, Diane! And when I first read this I was wondering why you were interviewing Frank at first instead of one of his characters. Sneaky! You got both the author and the character and dropped your anvil twice in the process! Heh-heh-heh, what are we going to do with you? Guess it’s time for some green slime!

    PLOP!!!!

    Enjoy! 😉

  15. Winners are Lara Bowers and David James. Congratulations!

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