More exciting YA Fantasy fiction coming our way in May! It is said that Darkness is empty and whatever vanishes … More Cover Reveal: Moonscript by H. S. J. Williams
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Last month I reviewed The Light Thief, a new dystopian science fiction fantasy novel by debut author David Webb. I … More A Sequel at the Speed of Light: The Phoenix Mandate from author David Webb
#BlogBattle December: Innocent Here’s my contribution to December’s Blog Battle! I hope you enjoy. You’re not innocent. Gwen’s words rambled … More Executing the Break-In Plan
I don’t know about you, but it’s always fun to meet an author and have the opportunity to get to … More Interview with Debut Dystopian Author David Webb
Let me introduce you to a brand new dystopian novel by debut author David Webb. Book Synopsis The sun is … More Review of Debut YA Dystopian Novel: The Light Thief
I convinced myself over the last couple months to participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but I didn’t have … More What Some Writers Do When They Should be NaNoing
Many of you have heard of The Book Designer and the contest run each month for e-book covers. An author, … More Congratulations to Any Good Thing & Joy E. Rancatore!
As promised! Here is my review of Strayborn, the book I told you about earlier this week and interviewed the … More Review of Strayborn by E.E. Rawls
For #BlogBattle, I sometimes have a guest post from one of my favorite young writers. Previously, he’s shared as Anonymous. … More “As Hard to Find as a Clone in a Hoard of People” by Leif Jackson, a #BlogBattle Guest Story
We are coming close to the end of this book. If it were a paperback in your hands, I think … More A Twelve Realms Prequel: Ch 14
How it looks and how it works do matter! In my time as a book formatter, I’ve also learned that … More Writer, is Formatting Your Manuscript a Headache?
Every once in a while someone I know will want to participate in BlogBattle who doesn’t have a blog of … More Sword, Shield, and Love: A #BlogBattle Story
This is a great video from Jerry B. Jenkins that explains what we are really struggling with when it comes … More Writer’s Block? Is it a Thing?
As you know, I’m deep in the self-publishing world (and I do love what I do), but there are times … More I Need Your Help
Some of you are familiar with our good writing friend on WP, Roger Jacob of Woebegone but Hopeful, Heroically Bad … More Stickin’ it to the Kritiks (sic) w/R. J. Llewellyn
It is HERE!!!! I have been looking forward to this book ever since the first time I heard mention of … More New Release Review: Oath of the Outcast by C. M. Banschbach
Guess what! You’ll never guess. I’ll just tell you. I’m going to Ireland! Yes, in just a week, I’ll be … More From Homebody to International Traveler!
It’s been six months since the publication of The Crux Anthology! We’ve spent the month of May celebrating, but the … More Author Interview with Joy E. Rancatore & The Crux Celebration
Originally posted on BlogBattle: May 2019 Blog Battle Entries Updated Daily, so make sure to check back for new stories … More #BlogBattle Stories: Airtight
Originally posted on BlogBattle: May 2019 Blog Battle Our word this month is: Airtight You can start writing at any … More #BlogBattle: Airtight
Originally posted on BlogBattle: April 2019 Blog Battle Entries Updated Daily “I, Ozymandias” by Rawgod “Shift” by Anita Dawes “The … More #BlogBattle Stories: Shift
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: Once again, it was my friend, Krystallia, who alerted me to the awesome creativity … More A Master’s Self Doubt
Originally posted on BlogBattle: March 2019 Blog Battle Entries Updated Daily! “Ashes to Ashes…” by Lisa R. Palmer “Dusk” by … More #BlogBattle Stories: Dusk
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: Fonts matter. Source: Reddit In my previous post, I wrote about DIY Book Design; … More Free Fonts
I don’t know about you, but this winter has been kind of weird…and long. Snow hit here in February, right … More When you need a new series to read…