Guest Post Battling in All Her Finery

Guest Post Now more than ever, the world needs women role models. As I wrote in the introduction to Battling in All Her Finery: Historical Accounts of Otherworldly Women Leaders, when I was growing up in the 80s, there was a dearth of female characters in the popular media that my siblings and I consumed […]

Exclusive Character Interview The McKenzie Files

EXCLUSIVE  INTERVIEW WITH COLIN, DIANE AND KELLY OF McKENZIE FILES. Hi everyone. while our McKenzie Files Book blog tour is going on I thought that it would be a great time to sit down and have a brief chat with our three main characters. Kelly Lytton, seated at the left. Colin McKenzie in the middle. […]

Guest Post: Common Mistakes Writers Make that Prevent Readers from Getting to the End

I would like to thank Sophia Anderson for writing the below post for my blog. It’s an interesting, thought-provoking piece, and I highly recommend all authors read it. I’ll leave the floor to Sophia now. Common Mistakes Writers Make that Prevent Readers from Getting to the End It’s no doubt that writers are afraid of […]

Guest Post How To Write A “Magnetic” Book Summary

Guest Post by Brandon Stanley Your summary should be a much simplified version of the book. Writing a book summary is an excellent way of revising what you understood from reading the book. Surely, as any other type of paper, you need some help getting the hang of writing this one, too. Fortunately, we have […]

Great Tips and Tricks for Every Writer by Jennifer Scott

Great Tips & Tricks for Every Writer to Remember The art of writing is full of ups and downs. Sometimes you can be in full flow where the words simply roll of the tongue onto the paper, and you feel more inspired than you’ve ever done before. Other times, it’s difficult to even find the […]

Guest Post by Dane Cobain

This is a guest post written by author Dane Cobain. Eleven Easy Author Blog Post Ideas Blogging is a lot of fun, and many authors find it hugely rewarding. But it can also be a pain in the backside when you’re busy working on a new release and you’re out of ideas for things to […]

Guest Post Child of the Night Guild

I’m hosting a guest post today for the release of “Child of the Night Guild” by Andy Peloquin. I’ll leave the word to Andy now, who talks about his process for clean manuscripts. My Process for Clean Manuscripts In my (few) years of writing and submitting manuscripts to editors, I’ve had most of them tell […]

Guest Post The Machine Society

I’m hosting a guest post today by author Mike Brooks, sharing five writing tips. Thanks for visiting! Guest Post: My Top 5 Writing Tips Turn the internal critic into an internal supervisor A lot of writers seem to like to beat themselves up. I’ve done it myself. Why are we so unkind to ourselves?! ‘I […]

Guest Post The Image Yoga: Holistic Guide to a Flawless Self-Image

Please welcome author Libelle Royce to my blog, who talks about beauty today. Guest Post: Beauty – A myth, a perception or is beauty the beast? “He fell into despair and lost all hope…for who could learn how to love a beast ~ The Beauty and the Beast” I remember reading the very popular fairy […]

Guest Post Lament of the Fallen-

I’m hosting a guest post today by Andy Peloquin, author of The Last Bucelarii (Book 2): Lament of the Fallen. The book also launches today. Congratulations! I’ll leave the word to Andy Peloquin now. The Challenges of Writing an Anti-Hero Writing heroes and villains is something I find fairly simple. Each hero has to have […]