Quinn W. Buckland reviews Blood Drops one story at a time. Spoiler alert: some key story points are revealed, but this is a good review to watch if you’re not quite sure whether or not Blood Drops is for you.
Release date: July 14, 2019
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WB joins Uniweb Productions once more. This time they talk about The Last Letter premise, WB reveals the main character names, then they discuss how one might really survive the zombie apocalypse.
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Tory Hunter and WB Welch are releasing THE LAST LETTER, their zombie novella, this summer. Here WB announces their plans to select ten individuals for advanced review copies.
WB Welch talks with David Gane and D.C. Wright-Hammer about the premise of her upcoming release, The Last Letter, then they all discuss indie author marketing in the modern-day publishing industry.
Maddie White talks to WB about her horror debut, Blood Drops, and what she has planned for future projects.
WB talks with Matt Whiteside of Uniweb Productions once more. They talk about WB’s and Tory Hunter’s upcoming zombie novella, the time WB’s motorcycle was stolen, and what it’s like to play online games with mean nine-year-old kids.
Shanna Swenson interviews WB for The Writer’s Block. They talk inspirations, current projects, and some of WB’s favorite authors.
A Q & A with Undiscovered Publishing blogger Thomas Neil. They talk about writer’s block, publishing, and WB’s current projects.
After the Take 190 Book and Art Festival in Killeen, Texas, Mrs. Y talked to WB about the event.
Evelyn Charles reviews Blood Drops.
“I found that the one to two page stories had the most impact overall.”Evelyn Charles
Matt Whiteside interviews WB Welch. They talk about Blood Drops, meditation, sky diving, daily word count goals, and pizza.
A Q & A with Scarlett Austen: They talk about Blood Drops, what makes a good story, and WB’s writing habits and tendencies.
A Q & A with Joshua Gillingham: They talk about WB’s writing habits, what the horror genre has to offer other than scares, and WB’s weirdest phobia.