Category Archives: Guest Posts
A Guest Post & Cover Reveal by Melissa McPhail
Every author should understand world-building. Whether engaged in the writing of genre or literary fiction, an author crafts a unique world with each novel. Even when set in the present day, the novel’s events layer a new dimension upon our visible reality. It’s the dimension of those characters, of that story, but it should feel as real to the
Today, I'm delighted to feature a guest book review by my good friend, Tracy. This is one we read together, and I will be sharing my review shortly on my other blog, www.melstorm.com. Needless to say, I also loved it! So read on for Tracy's review and a special tour giveaway--enjoy!
Tracy's Review: Wow. I want more!! I would love to see what happens
Today, I'm delighted to feature a guest reviewer on my blog! My good friend Tracy loves to read and review books, but just doesn't care for all the work that goes into updating and maintaining a blog of her own. I, for one, am delighted to have her and her awesome review (and giveaway) for The Atheist's Prayer by Amy R. Biddle. So read on, my friends, read on!
Today, I've got a whole mess of awesomeness for you with a book review (and recommendation), a giveaway, and a guest post... So read on!
True, it's been awhile since I've indulged, but many of you know I'm a huge fan of the classics. Among my favorites are Les Miserables, Ulysses, Jane Eyre, and Love in the Time of Cholera. I also have a
As many of you know by now, I've fractured myself to create a-whole-nother writerly identity (I think it happened through mitosis or something). Well, today marks the official birth of my romance-writing alter-alias, Darby Davenport, with the launch of her (read: my) first romance novella, Walk Away with Me.
Today I'm delighted to welcome my Evolved Publishing sister-in-arms, Angela Scott, to the blog. This week, EP has a crazy awesome pre-holiday blog hop going on with 20 autographed books up for grabs! As part of this event, Angela stopped by to help us prepare for the zombie apocalypse, and--gee golly, gee wiz--if that ain't just the nicest thing to do! So read on, prepare for the uprising, and enter to
Today I'm delighted to welcome my Evolved Publishing sister-in-arms, Megan Morrison, to the blog. This week, EP has a crazy awesome pre-holiday blog hop going on with 20 autographed books up for grabs! As part of this event, Megan stopped by to tell us about why she chose to write her memoir and how that's proven to be a fantastic decision. Read on from some life lessons from And Then It
This is a guest post by Farsighted super fan, Rebecca Boucher
"I'd rather you hate my characters than forget them," I often say, and it's true. None of my characters has been more universally hated than Simmi Shergill, the protagonist of Open Heart. Through buckets of tears, I gave this character my deepest, most crippling insecurities coupled with the standard teenage angst. I loved her, because I pitied