Blog Tour: The Matter of The Crown

Guest Post: Art Crimes Crime stories engage the most intelligent readers because they want to know who done it and they want the crime solved, while they devour every morsel of the story.   When a beautiful work of art is at the heart of the story, well then, we all fall in…hook line and sinker.   […]

Guest Post Ultimate Tips on How to Become a Ghost Writer

Ultimate Tips on How to Become a Ghost Writer There are people with important stories to tell. Their lives have been more exciting than most of us can imagine. Others haven’t had such adventurous lives, but have great minds full of ideas. The entire world inspires them to tell stories. Sometimes, however, the capacity for […]

Guest Post A Few Minor Adjustments

I’m hosting a guest post today by Cherie Kephart, author of “A Few Minor Adjustments”. Welcome to my blog, and thanks for taking the time to write a guest post for on here. Healing Through Writing Memoir – Cherie Kephart How do you heal through writing memoir? Writing a memoir is a restorative and soulful […]

Guest Post and Giveaway The Sanguinarian Id

Guest Post Creating artwork to go with my novel is a lengthy process, but it’s ultimately rewarding. By doing this, I can immerse my readers in my world to a whole new level, since it all comes out of my head directly to the paper. I’ve studied anatomy and physiology for years, practiced drawing out […]

Guest Post: Why I Hate Love Triangles by Susan Mesler-Evans

I’m hosting Susan Mesler-Evans on my blog today with a post about love triangles! Welcome to my blog. Why I Hate Love Triangles Ah, the love triangle. We’ve all seen it, over and over, in everything from books to movies to stage plays, and everything in between. It seems that when it comes to love, […]

Guest Post The Hunter

Writing Makes You Better A title like that may sound a tad conceited, like writing “makes you better than everyone else around you”. That’s not the sentiment behind the title at all. Instead, it means that writing makes you (the writer) a better version of yourself. (I’m a firm believer in Hemingway’s words: “There is […]

Guest Post Eternal Darkness

Guest Post: SMALL TOWN HORROR By Tom Deady I was thirteen when I picked up ‘Salem’s Lot from one of those spinning wire book racks in a local Woolworths. Vampires in a small Maine town? Sounded good to me! I devoured that book, reading late into the night despite having school the next day. How […]

Blog Tour: A Knightsbridge Scandal

Guest Post: Is Flora Maguire a Suffragist? A Knightsbridge Scandal is set in London in 1903, and during my research I couldn’t avoid that this was the year Emmeline Pankhurst founded the Women’s Social and Political Union. My knowledge of Suffragettes was restricted to stories of hunger strikes and Glynis John’s singing and wearing a, […]

Book Tours: Guest Post and Giveaway Mothering Through Bipolar

Today’s guest is Rebecca Moore, the author of “Mothering Through Bipolar”, a memoir. She talks about why she started writing down her jounrey as a parent diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, and why she writes the things she writes. Why I Do What I do Four years ago when I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, I […]

Book Tours: Guest Post for Nowhere Train

I’m hosting a guest post today for the book tour for paranormal / new adult / dystopian “Nowhere Train” by Allie Burke. Enjoy! I’ll leave the word to Allie now. THE HARDEST PART ABOUT WRITING BY ALLIE BURKE I really don’t know why writing is so hard. Writers in all genres talk so much about […]