Yet another member of ASMSG, Maer Wilson is, to me, a combination of great Fantasy talent and social media know-how. And generosity. Not only did she read and review one of my works early on without my asking her to, she featured me on her blog, then invited me to partake in her Myth Behaving Podcast Show, which gave me my first introduction to radio interviews.
I remember her humor, responsiveness, and kindness back then leading up to the podcast, all of which eased my nerves tremendously. For that, I will forever be grateful to her. So thank you, Maer, for all that you did for me and for your ongoing outstretched arms toward many other authors!
This is the Myth Behaving Podcast interview that she and her partner, Carla Clifton, did with me. If you do happen to listen, please forgive all my, “You know’s”. Ouch!
*** Named 2015 Fantasy Author of the Year (by Author Classifieds), Maer Wilson continues to delight readers with her Cozy Dark style, believable characters and dialogue, and plots with unexpected twists and turns.***
After a successful career being other people, and later teaching others the many tricks of that trade, Maer Wilson has decided to be herself for a while. Turns out she’s a writer. She’s always loved stories, especially fantasy, mystery and sci fi. Maer was born in the Year of the Dragon and has a dragon-themed room in her home, but sadly no dragons in the back yard. When she’s not writing, Maer plays online video games, teaches college and reads. Maer is a partner in Ellysian Press, a small publishing house. She also co-hosts the literary podcast MythBehaving. Maer lives in the high desert of Southern Nevada with her three dogs, a chihuahua and two poodles.
Maer’s books include the recent Apocalypta Z, as well as Relics, Portals, and Magics in the Modern Magics series. There are four prequel novelettes in the series – “Ghost Memory,” “Unwanted Ghost,” “Ghost Dancer” and “Wedding Ghost.” A recently released box set includes all the novelettes plus a new story, “Lost Ghost.” Maer recently contributed to, compiled and published the charity anthology, The Dark Dozen.
You can find all Maer’s books and novelettes at Amazon. For more info, you can visit Maer’s website at http://maerwilson.com/.
P. C. Zick said:
Nice to meet the person behind the lovely face!
Thanks for commenting, Pat. Yes, she’s a sweetie…