Chumming with Sharky™: Steven Montano

Posted: January 30, 2013 in Book Promotions, Fantasy, Interviews, Vampires
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Welcome to Season 2: Episode 1 of Chumming with Sharky™ where viewers from every corner of the deep blue sea are treated to a small taste of talented authors from a myriad of genres. Today, it is my pleasure to welcome Steven Montano, author of the über popular Blood Skies series, to chat it up talk show style. Now, on with the show…

Chumming with Sharky

 Steven Montano

 Sharky Teeth

Sharky: Ah, it’s great to back in the studio again, but there’s just something not quite right about the décor. Where are the sharks? And what are those funky looking fish with the long curved teeth protruding from their lower jaws? They’re eating all of my exotic fish! And what about the sharks? The shark tank is supposed to have . . . um . . . sharks!

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Producer: You ordered the vampire fish last week for the show, remember? And regarding the sharks, somebody forgot to feed them their weekly dose of surfers over the holidays. However, Anchor did stick around to make the drinks.

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Sharky: Ahem . . . well, um . . . it’s a good thing that hammerhead shark has a weird appetite for galvanized nails and Home Depot shoppers. Anyway to start this season of Chumming with Sharky™ allow me to introduce today’s first guest (okay, our only guest). He’s a San Antonio Spurs fan (and used to eat basketballs for breakfast), star of “The Good Doctor” (No, not that one, Karen) in high school, a wannabe cyclops, an accountant, and he wrote this little series called Blood Skies when he wasn’t busy slaying real vampires and hellhounds. He is the one and only Steven Montano.

Click here to be transported to the shark tank (ahem, Vampire Fish Tank) for the full episode of Chumming with Sharky™: Steven Montano.

 Sharky Teeth

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