Being a Book Blogger by Carmen Harris


Being a Book Blogger by Carmen Harris   This is my first guest post on Nina’s website, and I’m really happy to be here. So thank you to Nina for hosting me! In today’s guest post I’m going to talk a little bit about being a book blogger. It’s already over halfway through the year and […]

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Write the (Un) Known                  Aaron D. Brinker


  Write the (Un) Known                                       by  Aaron D. Brinker   With writing, people have been told for years, “Write what you know.” In most cases, this is great advice. In other aspects, following this advice is […]

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BOOK TRAILERS! by Bibiana Krall


BOOK TRAILERS! by Bibiana Krall Today I am tackling the importance of using book trailers as a part of a book-marketing plan, and are they worth it? The question about needing book trailers came up yesterday on Twitter from my talented friend and fellow writer, Nina Romano. She generously asked me to share my blog post on […]

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Writing Paranormal Fiction by: Ken Stark


Writing Paranormal Fiction                                                        by Ken Stark So, what is a horror writer doing on Nina Romano’s blog? Well, fear not, my friends! I may write scary stories, but […]

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The Evolution of an Author       by Susan Jean Ricci


The Evolution of an Author          by Susan Jean Ricci   Ah, Romance… Come enjoy the rapture of reading happily ever after, real-life stories, penned by authors who’ve dared to dream, taken risks to embrace love, and defy the odds of ever finding a soul mate. My journey into the romance arena didn’t come […]

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Time Travel—Fascinating Impossibility                               by Anna Belfrage


  Time Travel—Fascinating Impossibility                                                                by Anna Belfrage   I think most writers of historical fiction have moments when they fantasise about doing some time travelling […]

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A Year Like A Novel                                       by Caleb Pirtle III


  A Year Like A Novel                                       by Caleb Pirtle III   For a long time, I believed that end of each year was like the end of each chapter in the book of our lives. I don’t believe that anymore. Take a look at the novels you have read. There is a basic plot. […]

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Social Media, Business or Pleasure?    by Kay Latour


  Social Media, Business or Pleasure?                                   by Kay Latour   We live in a wonderful time for readers and authors. With the indie author movement more and more people are sitting down and putting their thoughts into words. Readers are becoming authors and that’s a good thing. Scratch the surface and everyone has gone […]

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The Writer’s Toolbox                                        by Katie Oliver                                                          


The Writer’s Toolbox                                                                                                         […]

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Writing Historical Mysteries by C.A. Asbrey


Writing historical Mysteries By: C.A. Asbrey I was asked recently how to write a historical mystery, and even though I’m brand new at it I would imagine my approach is very much like everyone else’s. Firstly, there are all the usual issues people encounter when setting a story in the past. Linguistic anachronisms can beam […]

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