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Rave Reviews Book Club – An Author’s Perspective

When I launched my first novel, The Place We Went to Yesterday, back in November of last year, I had no idea what to expect.  I had no author platform.  I had no experience doing anything like this.  I thought, naively,

Blood Moon Rising featuring Kat Gracey

Kat Gracey is a British writer who writes about her two favorite supernatural creatures – witches and werewolves. Her first novel, Werewolves of Eden: Wild Things featured Cheyenne Martin, the daughter of a werewolf hunter. She wants to follow in

The Heart of Teaching

It is my absolute pleasure to host John Fioravante on this stop of his tour.  Take it away, John! I’m grateful to Lisa, my host of this fourth post of THE HEART OF TEACHING TOUR, and to Nonnie Jules of 4WillsPublishing

Nonnie Jules Celebrates Poetry as Love

Thank you all for allowing me to celebrate INTERNATIONAL POETRY MONTH with you by sharing excerpts from my first co-authored poetry book “IF ONLY THERE WAS MUSIC…” The Poetry of Forbidden Love.  Here is a bit of the book’s introduction

Liz Gavin and The Upside Down Blog Tour

Today, I’m turning the reigns over to Liz Gavin as she continues her blog tour promoting her latest work, Upside Down. MARKETING INDIE BOOKS (Part 1 of 4) Today I want to share with you my ideas on – CREATING

Blog Tours (And How to Have a Successful One)

Having just embarked on my first ever blog tour, and knowing several up-and-coming authors that are about to embark on them, I thought I’d share some of the things I learned having just wrapped one up. Let me start by

On Promoting Ourselves

So far, this year I’ve read 16 books.  I can’t tell you if that’s better or worse than any other year because I never used to keep track of them.  I have a goal of reading at least 50 books

Short Fiction: Lonely Long Island Housewife Series

She sat, wine glass within arm’s reach, staring at her monitor. The light hurt her eyes in the darkened room, but she needed some time to herself.  She stretched her sinewy arm outwards, fingertips brushing the stem of the glass

PAX East 2015 Rundown

It’s that time of year again…PAX East has come and gone and I can finally decompress a little bit and talk about some of the great (and not-so-great) moments from around the convention center this weekend. Panels This year, I

Author Interview – S M Spencer

Some of you may remember a few weeks ago when I bombarded your Facebook news feeds with how much I was enjoying a new series I’d discovered. Over the course of a single weekend, I read every single word of

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