Monday, November 4, 2013

Pop Travelling with Tara Tyler!



It seems that the lovely and talented Tara Tyler has been 'popping' up all over the blogosphere, touring around in support of her new book Pop Travel. 

Sounds like a great story and here's wishing nothing but the best for Tara. Now, without further ado.....here she is to explain things in one of my favorite mediums......comic book form! :)

Take it away, Tara!



Mark is a super hero - his powers are friendliness in the face of doom and a positive attitude against all odds! I'm very excited to share a comic here on his blog for my Pop Travel Blog Tour!




It's pretty basic, but it was fun to make! Hope it gave you a giggle!

Thanks so much, Mark for letting me take up some of your blog space! It was a blast!
Now, here are some details for Pop Travel.

Cooper thought he could get through
life without having to pop...
Pop Travel by Tara Tyler
A tale of deception and teleportation.

When a distraught client enters J.L. Cooper's small town detective agency, ranting about a pop travel teleportation cover up, Cooper takes the case. He blames the pop travel craze for his wife's death and would love to expose a glitch in it.

But the glitch turns out to be disintegrating travelers. And now, his client is dead, his secretary is missing, and a hitman is stalking him. Plus there's all the webcams watching his every move. Cooper must find a way to expose the deadly flaw, while using pop travel to escape the maniacs covering it up, not to mention save a couple of tag-alongs he's not sure he can trust. No problem.

Available now on Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Goodreads  <==>  Trailer  <==>  FB Author Page
After having a hand in everything from waitressing to teaching math to rocket engineering, Tara Tyler now writes and teaches in Ohio with her three active boys and Coach Husband. In addition to her novels, she has published short stories and poetry in Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller, and Humor. So many stories to tell!






Great comic, Tara and thanks for stopping by Left and Write on your tour :)

Drop by and show Tara some love at the links above and over at her blog, Tara Tyler Talks.

13 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Done in by a woman! Isn't that always the case?
Mark is indeed a superhero.

Elise Fallson said...

Cute comic idea. I need to pop that book onto my "read" list! :D

Mark Means said...

@Alex: Ha! Yeah, those women will get you every time...and thank you!

@Elise: Same here! :)

Maurice Mitchell said...

I always fall for the woman in the purple dress. Or the red dress if it's the Matrix. Great stuff Tara and superhero Mark.

Elizabeth Seckman said...

Mark, could you please tell Tara she still owes me for modeling for the cartoon in my purple dress?

Thanks :)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Very cute! That's right guys - you're ours.

S.P. Bowers said...

Congrats on the book! And Mark is a supehero.

Julie Flanders said...

Love the comics, how cute! And I have to admit I laughed out loud at Elizabeth's comment. :D
Great post, both of you.

klahanie said...

Hey Mark and Tara,

Okay, thought I'd pop over to your site. Everybody's talking 'bout...Pop Travel....

And Elizabeth, I thought that purple dress look very much like mine.

Nice one, Tara. And Mark Means well.

I'm going now,

Gary :)

Tara Tyler said...

alex, you know men are always done in by a woman!

elise, thanks! that would be great!

maurice, good one! thanks!

elizabeth! how much? ha! thanks sweetie!

diane, thanks, you are too!

SP, thank you. he sure is!

julie, she's a hoot & 1/2!

gary! you silly! thanks for popping in!

and mark, thanks again for having me! you were my inspiration for the comic & i loved making it!

Lisa said...

Fun, silly and informative all at once! Look out Alex, Mark is catching on!! Thanks for sharing Mark.

cleemckenziebooks said...

Congrats to Tara on her book. And the same to you on your cartoon, simple but quite effective. Purple dresses do it, heh? Thanks for the tip.

Mark Means said...

@Maurice: You got that right....red works, as well. Thank you!

@Elizabeth: I -thought- she looked familiar....I'll pass it along, though...hehe :)

@Diane: Haha, yes, I think we all know it, too :D

@S.P.: Awwww shucks...thanks! :)

@Julie: Thank you and, I agree, Tara did a great job with her comic!

@Gary: As usual, you gave me a laugh and, this time, that song stuck in my head...thanks! :P

@Tara: Anytime and it was my pleasure to help you spread the word. Best of luck to you!

@Lisa: I'm a bit of a slow learner and thank you! :)

@Lee: Thanks and I'm not even -that- picky :D

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