It is my absolute pleasure to welcome Geoff Le Pard to the blog today. I met Geoff in person earlier this year, and he is as genuine as his blogging personality would suggest. If you caught my earlier post you'll know that Geoff is running a blog book tour at the moment. The more I … Continue reading Introducing Geoff Le Pard, author of My Father and Other Liars
I have a special treat for you today, a short-story written by Louise Findlay. If you would like to know more about Louise and her work, I featured her on my author blog during the Fantasy Solstice Tour. For further details, click here. Vicious Vines by Louise Findlay I so hated this world. The clogging … Continue reading Guest Post by Louise Findlay
Thank you to Melissa for offering to host a promo/guest blog. Now to get the introduction and promo stuff out of the way. My name is Charles E. Yallowitz and I’m the author behind the Legends of Windemere epic fantasy series where the latest one is Sleeper of the Wildwood Fugue. I also just released … Continue reading Did That Monster Come Out of You? By Charles E. Yallowitz
It's Shadow Stalker time again! This weekend sees the release of episode 9, and to celebrate I have a special guest post from Renee to start us off. Tomorrow I will have a review of the episode, so be sure to come back then. But first, let me introduce you to Turning Tides; episode 9 … Continue reading Guest Post: Renee Scattergood, Author of the Shadow Stalker Series
I have a special treat for you today, a guest post by Scott Keen, author of Scar of the Downers. I have included information about his novel at the bottom of the post so you can learn more about the work. How Writing Screenplays Teach Novelists Discipline By Scott Keen A few years ago, I went … Continue reading Guest post by Scott Keen, author of Scar of the Downers
Finding a Writing Community By Karen Mann We know writing is a solitary occupation. Writers are often introverts and like being alone. But most of us don’t want to keep our writing to ourselves. We write in hopes someone will read our writing. It’s important to find a writing community with which to share your … Continue reading Finding a Writing Community – Guest Post by Karen Mann
Everyone's a Critic By Renee Scattergood When I was a teenager, I didn't take criticism well at all. From my perspective it was a personal attack. Sometimes it was, and maybe that's why I had a negative response to any form of feedback I received (even if it was positive, believe it or not). I … Continue reading Guest Post by Renee Scattergood – Author of the Shadow Stalker Series
As a writer, I like trying to write in different genres, because I love to read them and to push my limits. As a reader, I try to vary my reading, because I like discovering new things to love. Often, what I read I write. There's one exception: Historical Romance. I love reading knights falling … Continue reading Guest Post – Gloria Weber: E-book Covers (Historical Fiction)
This week Quan Williams, author of GodMode, is celebrating the release of his new book with a Blog Tour, organised by Dragon Knight Chronicles. Writing Room 101 will be providing three stops along the tour. Today Quan has a guest post for us. On Wednesday I will be providing a review of the book and on Saturday, … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Quan Williams Blog Tour – Guest Post
It’s obvious to me, I need to set up a critique group as soon as possible! This guest post on Nicholas’ site is definitely worth a read 🙂
I first came across D. Wallace Peach on Bookvetter; her fantasy novel Sunwielder was one of several suggested to me. It joined my tbr list and climbed steadily until I read it. That was a few months ago, and still find it twirling in my head.
Peach has created not just a great fantasy world, but also one of the best books I’ve read this year, so be sure to check out her “ask and ye shall receive” giveaway! It couldn’t be simpler: just leave a comment on her website saying which book you’d like to receive. The first twenty visitors will get a free copy in their email!
One of the best things of our era is the ease with which we can get in touch with our favourite authors. I contacted her to let her know how much I enjoyed her book, and she agreed to a guest post…
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