Monthly Archives: February 2014

Guest Post: Sarah Sawyers-Lovett

Today I’m fortunate to have Sarah Sawyers-Lovett guest post on my blog. I haven’t read her book yet, but I plan to soon. It’s an honor to welcome my guest today. Take it away Sarah. I grew up reading Judy Blume … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Kristen Zimmer and a Giveaway

Kristen Zimmer’s new adult novel, The Gravity Between Us, has been on Amazon’s top ten list for lesbian romance for many weeks now and it has over 100 five star reviews on Amazon. Earlier this month I read Zimmer’s novel … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Taryn Hipp author of Heavy Hangs the Head

Today I’m honored to have Taryn Hipp pop in and say hello. She recently published her memoir novella Heavy Hangs the Head. Without further ado, here she is. I wrote a book. I did that. I sat down for months and spent hours … Continue reading

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Excerpt from House of Pleasure by Caddy Rowland

Today it’s my pleasure to introduce Caddy Rowland’s newest series. A few weeks ago I reviewed her novel Gastien on my blog and I was thrilled to be asked to help promote her latest release, House of Pleasure. Blurb: Episode … Continue reading

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Introducing my Interview Series with Reviewers

So far on my blog I’ve tried to show the ins and outs of publishing including the writing, editing, formatting, and promotion. There’s one aspect I’ve discussed briefly but haven’t really explored yet and that’s reviews. I’ve mentioned how important … Continue reading

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Book Spotlight: Wind and Shadow by Tori L Ridgewood

Tori L. Ridgewood’s new book Wind and Shadow: Book One of the Talbot Trilogy, published by Melange Books, was released on June 20, 2013. After a series of misadventures including being accused of attempted murder in high school, Rayvin Woods, … Continue reading

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Do Writers Really Have to Learn All That (Yucky) Grammar? by C. S. Lakin

Do Writers Really Have to Learn All That (Yucky) Grammar? By C. S. Lakin In a word, yes. In two words: absolutely yes. I hear groans. I hear protests. You hated English Comp in school? Old, crotchety Mrs. Snigglegrass made … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day: Two Blog Hops!

Happy Valentine’s Day! Today I’m spreading the love by participating in two blog hops. The first hop is sponsored by Hilary Grossman it’s fill-in Friday. It’s a wonderful way to meet some other bloggers and see what they have to … Continue reading

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Why do I Write by Taylor L Stimac, Excerpt, and Giveaway!

The question I get asked most often as an author right after “what kind of books do you write?” is perhaps the most daunting: “why do you write?”. As a self-professed introvert, just answering the first question is awkward enough; … Continue reading

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Review and Giveaway of Marie Antoinette’s Head by Will Bashor

Before I get to the review, I wanted to mention a couple of things. Please be sure to pop in on the other stops on this tour. And don’t miss your chance to enter to win one hardcover copy of the title. … Continue reading

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