Anvil Interview- Grace Bridges

The contest has been extended until the end of April.

Welcome and thank you all for coming back for today’s Anvil Interview with the muti-talented, Grace Bridges. Some of you may not know this, but Grace actually gave me my anvil. Silly thing had no idea it would someday be used on her. She never knew I would use it to reveal the truth. What is that truth? I’ll get to that in a minute.

Before I begin, let me go over the rules for entry in the drawing for two copies of Legendary Space Pilgrims. As always, leave a comment on the Interview and Review, post a link on Facebook for the Review and the Interview tomorrow, and go like Splashdown Books on Facebook. You may enter up until Tuesday the 19th at midnight Central time. Peyton will draw two names from his special hat. I will announce the winner on Wednesday the 20th with my blog post. The winner will have 24 hours to contact me with their address: dmgraham2001[at]yahoo[dot]com. Otherwise, Peyton will draw another name. I do reserve the right to extend the contest longer if I so choose.


Grace Bridges is the owner of Splashdown Books, an independent publisher of inspirational science fiction, fantasy and paranormal. She is an incurably voracious reader and author of sci-fi, and has two published books: Faith Awakened (2007) and Legendary Space Pilgrims (2010). Grace is a Kiwi of Irish descent living in beautiful New Zealand, and is a multilingual do-it-yourself gal.

Grace is also a bit silly, as you can see.

I started Anvil Interviews in an attempt to show the other side of writers. The flip-side of their page if you will. What makes them tick? Where do they draw their inspiration from? Never in a million years did I think I would delve so deeply into the spec-fic underworld.  Shoot, I was so green. I believed that all these stories were thought up that line the pages of our favorite books. What? You think that?

Dear reader, hold onto your tin-foil hats. Yes, you always need the power of the tin-foil. Cheesecake and anvil are a wise choice as well. I am about to rock your world.


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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.

24 comments on “Anvil Interview- Grace Bridges

  1. My Dearest Youngest Daughter,

    What a fun bunch of silliness, Thanks for letting us come a long for the ride. Good Times!

  2. If this interview happens in the future, does it mean I haven’t actually read it yet?

    And love the earring weaponry….:D

    Most cool, my dear ones.

  3. P.S.

    Tell Paul it’s time to go ni-night. LOL Get your anvil dust out Di and give him a good sprinkling. Happy cheesecake dreams!!!!

  4. LOL. What a fun amount of silliness! Thanks for the writing-break laugh. 😀

  5. Considering who’s involved, I doubt very much this is the end of silly. The end of this round, perhaps…

  6. My Dearest Ace,

    I’m going to have to send you to a weapon certification class. LOL!

  7. It took me a little while to realize the significance of the “Amish-Vampire-Zombie-Astronauts”, but I now feel like I must join my comrades in arms and fight the good fight to rid the world of this menace.

    • AZVA’s are a threat to everything we hold dear. Arm yourself, my sister. Cheesecake, anvil and God-speed. 😛
      That’s one entry. 😀

  8. That was hilarious Grace. I dance a little when I type too, which is why I had to stop listening to KJ-52 while typing because I couldn’t clap and type at the same time.

  9. Fun! Thanks for the ride, food, and laughs.

  10. Hmm, wonder how cheesecake would go with a Pan-Galactic Gargle-Blaster? Oh, well, probably just get the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives somewhat restive. Back to the Diet Dr Pepper.

  11. I think the cable you used for my time-paradoxical dimensional cranial transfer was faulty, my transfer was just now completed. I love your interviews, sis!

  12. I’d like to be included in the draw, if I may. I am not on Facebook though, but will include a brief blurb w/ link on my blog.

  13. That is two more entries, Eve. Thanks for sharing on your blog. 😀

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