What Goes On an Author Website?

In the 21st century, almost everything has a website. No matter what kind of business or artform you’re in, maintaining an online presence is not just a smart move, it’s what people expect. For authors of all kinds, websites are a place where people can purchase books, learn more about you and your other works, […]

Exercises for Character Writing

Building characters takes time, and we often learn things about them as we write. As writers work through scenes and ideas, it’s common that the characters on the page develop along with the story.  While this is a natural part of the drafting process, it can also make for clunky storytelling if “incomplete” characters are […]

Author Interview with Michelle S. Pape

Author Interview with Michelle S. Pape. Michelle is the Author of The True Story Child of Steel Tell us a little bit about yourself: : I am 47 years old and live in Ocala National Forest with my Arabian Horses. Right now I work in Medical Sales. I have in the past owned an Aquarium […]

Interview with Author Marilyn Poscic

Interview with Marilyn Poscic author of Last Soul Standing Surviving My Last Surviving Relative and Angels Simplified! Q: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?: A: After my mother suffered a stroke and I saw how the insurance and the medical system takes advantage of people. Q: How long does it […]

Memoir Writing: Time and Angst Savers

“You did it! I knew you wanted to do this for a long time.  So many people are dreamin’ forever about writing their memoir, never get started, or have it unfinished in their computer for years. You did it!” She was beaming. We sat down across from each other at our neighborhood coffee shop, a […]

Interview with Civil Rights & Liberties Author Clinton E. Galloway

Tell us something about yourself Clinton E. Galloway is a Certified Public Accountant with a practice in Marina del Rey, California. He is also a registered securities principal and runs a registered securities broker-dealer, which is licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved shortly thereafter with his family to New York […]

An Interview with Sci-Fi Authors Alex and Andrew Salter

What inspired your story, (Seven)? Our family and a love for fantasy and science fiction. Would you tell me about where the book takes place? A distant galaxy in a solar system with thirteen planets. While some of these planets don’t seem habitable, most are with just a bit of scientific help. It is a diverse system with […]

Interviewing the World’s Greatest Writers

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Man…F@#K! Foreword by Kevin Harrington

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How to Write a Book: 13 Steps From a Bestselling Author

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My kid can’t write/ WRITING SKILLS/ HOW TO TEACH A CHILD HANDWRITING

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3 Writing Tips for Kids Who Donʼt Like to Write

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C.S. Lewis – His Practical Advice for Writers

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Hemingway’s Four Amazing Rules for Writing

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HARSH WRITING ADVICE! (mostly for newer writers)

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The spirit that’s behind Tideon Interview with Elizabeth MacDonald

We had the pleasure to have an interview with FOX Business Network’s Elizabeth MacDonald to talk about the released her new children’s book ‘Tideon For those interested in exploring the subject or theme of your book, where should they start? Ok so I work with the Beautiful Lives Project, it’s a nonprofit that helps physically and […]

Erotic Mysteries Author’s Interview with  Elsa Joseph 

Erotic Mysteries Author’s Interview with  Elsa Joseph  What literary pilgrimages have you gone on? I live in London and in the past have attended The London Book Fair. I’ve connected with some great authors there. What is the first book that made you cry? Me Before You by JoJo Moyes is indeed a tear-jerker, What […]

Wilfred’s Dream by Mark R. Lowery

Decades after migrating north to Cleveland, Ohio, from rural Louisiana, Tobias Winslow has made an uneasy peace with the past, including his own mistakes that led to a prison stint, and has found a way to thrive in the inner city. News of a murdered son, and the daughter that son left behind, forces Tobias […]

Author Interview with social, economic and cultural Author Fabian Alexander Ortega

We had a chance to sit down and talk with social, economic and cultural Author Fabian Alexander Ortega.  I wanted to bring the reader more information about this author whos book with take you on a journey of Emigration & Immigration BUY NOW ON AMAZON Describe yourself in five words Thinker, Spiritual, Wise, Storyteller, Philosopher […]

Termination Shock (Interstellar Enforcement Agency Book 1) Book Blitz

Book One of Interstellar Enforcement Agency Space Opera (Scifi) Date Published: First of December 2019 In a galactic meltdown that threatens spacetime itself, the universe needs superheroes.  On offer:  a Spacelander with a slight attitude, an irritating protégée who talks back and vast alien beings who may span the cosmos but who have quite a […]

Son of Terror by William A Chanler Book Review

BUY NOW! Amazon Is this where my life ends or I achieve salvation? Should I hop on another train away from here? Victor Frankenstein was repulsed by the demonic-looking face, deathly pallor and 8-footy-tall body of the Creature. It was kill or be killed, wasn't it? They have no right to be so rude to [...]

Sci-Fi, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian The Thirteenth Guardian by KM Lewis

Sci-Fi, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian Date Published: June 2019 DA VINCI’S SECRET PALES. Michelangelo concealed an explosive truth in his famous Creation of Adam fresco in the Sistine Chapel. Eve did not cause the fall of man. She carried a far more devastating secret for millennia—one that will change the world forever. As the modern-day world suffers […]

Crime Fiction It’s Personal by Philip Bond

Crime Fiction Date Published: August 2019 Publisher: Austin Macauley Tenacious and methodical in pursuing a story, Harry’s a dismal failure in choosing the ‘right’ man until trailing the scent of corruption leads her to a life-threatening yet fortuitous encounter. About the Author Not yet the septuagenarian but he is a father, Philip Bond was a […]

Good Will: A Novel

Women’s Fiction Date Published: 2/25/20 There’s no road map for what to do when your husband dies – when he jumps off a bridge to escape mistakes that he made, or even welcomed, into your lives. Lily didn’t have to consult a map for this particular part of her journey; she knew the way back […]

Every Kiss: Music, Love and Other Miseries: The Prequel

Music, Love and Other Miseries – the Prequel Contemporary Romance Date Published:  December 17, 2019 Publisher:  Totally Bound Publishing He’s smooth, charming, arrogant and believes he can get whatever he wants—including her. Denying him is a challenge she can’t resist. Six months ago, Gia lost the love of her life—and the spark that earned her […]

10 Writing Tips for an Irresistible Blog

Best Blog and Writing Tips How do I write a good blog? This is one of the most frequently asked questions during my writing training and writing coaching. Are you struggling with writing your blogs? Do you want to blog but are you writing too much time and effort now? And are you still not [...]

USA Today Bestselling Author Sophie Barnes Diamonds In The Rough Regency Series

Diamonds In The Rough, Book 5 Regency Romance Release Date: January 28, 2020 From USA Today Bestselling Author, Sophie Barnes….The Forgotten Duke. Book 5 in the Diamonds In The Rough Regency Series He never imagined he’d be the man he was born to be, or that one woman’s faith in him would change his life […]

Romance Suspense – Protect the Valley by Vivian Adler

Mountain Valley, Book 2 Romance Suspense Date Published: Oct. 27th, 2019 Sheriff Beckett Remington is protective of his valley. A psychopathic doctor is tormenting the community in the middle of his election, and Beck’s patience is stretched thin. When all evidence points to Beck’s new girlfriend his future plans are on the chopping block. Will […]

This Ain’t My Life: One man’s journey to finding his Destiny

Memoir Date Published: July 27, 2019 Publisher: Bookstand Publishing “This Ain’t My Life” is the compelling story of author Bilal Alaji’s journey to finding his destiny. Growing up Muslim, Bilal experiences many trials throughout his youth with his father leading him down an arduous path. As he fights and claws his way out of every […]

Uplifting & Inspirational Books – Catching A Miracle

EVERY BOOK PURCHASE SUPPORTS SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN. Catching A Miracle – One of the Most Inspiring Books to Read! Read this book to find out: The real story behind Dr. Shelly White’s miraculous cancer recovery The surprising connection between Dr. White and Nick Harris at St. Theresa’s Hospital Whether Dr. White and friends will [...]

Roland Sato Page – Eating The Forbidden Fruit a Fusion of Genres

Interviews or Proposals plz contact via email: Eatingtheforbiddenfruit@gmail.com or text 314-874-3497   Follow the Author https://www.facebook.com/RolandSatoPage/ http://www.twitter.com/Reppin_BPENT Instagram: @thepearl_tattz https://www.linkedin.com/RolanSatoPage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqyiWVvhSlE  Eating The Forbidden Fruit a Fusion of Genres Roland Sato Page is preparing to release his forthcoming novel the beginning of 2020. He promise that the book will entertain the masses for those who [...]

15+ Tips for Traveling on a Budget: You Can’t Afford to Miss

Do you dream about going out and exploring the world? Traveling on a budget is easier than you might think! Feeling overwhelmed trying to save money for traveling? Wish there was a way to stop waiting for the perfect moment? Motivation makes it happen! When you look back on your life, you want to be [...]

Author Interview with Daryl-Jarod is an Amazon best-selling author

Daryl Jarod is an Amazon Best Selling Author, lets learn a bit more about him and his newest book! I asked Daryl to...Describe yourself in five words Spiritual. Hilarious. Romantic. Innovative. Brave.  What fact about yourself would really surprise people? I think most people are kind of surprised by how funny I am, especially when I’m [...]

Author Interview with Cristal Ortiz Awakening Starseeds

Tell your readers a little story about yourself, your background and current career and passion? My name is Cristal Ortiz, and I am so happy to be a part of this book. It's quite flattering and an honor to have been chosen for my story to be heard. Out of the thousands of people, Radhaa has [...]

Arrameia Auraire Araiss Author Interview

1. Tell your readers a little story about yourself. Where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school or your current career, etc. Being from space. Incarnated on Earth. Went through a lot of hardships. Learned many lessons. Now teaching, healing, empowering and inspiring others. Obsessed with deep positive transformation of [...]

Stasia Bliss Author Interview Awakening Starseeds

Tell your readers a little about yourself where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school, etc. Let them get to know the person you. I grew up in a small country town called Boring, Oregon. My family moved to Utah in my teens, and in my twenties, I returned to the [...]

Children’s Book Author Interview with Fazilla Shujaat

Fazilla Shujaat is a Children's Book Author. She has had three children's books published already which are available to buy on Amazon as a Digital Ebook and Paperback. Fazilla Shujaat is very creative and her books are full of adventure and magic. She has been in the writing field for over fifteen years and also [...]

The Legend of the Avatars: The Created World

"When a New World emerges, Cast more than once into perdition by Evil, The Avatars will give new life to the earth, So that a better world may be created, And Darkness shall not prevail forever." The Legend of the Avatars: The Created World Book Prologue: We have proven inadequate and stand uncomprehending under the [...]

Sci-fi Military Thriller The Augmented Man

Sci-fi Military Thriller Date Published: July 2019 Publisher: Black Rose Writing What do you do with a deadly weapon when it’s no longer needed? Nicholas Trailer is the last of The Augmented Men, beings created first by society and completed by a political group the public can’t even imagine exists. Captain James Donaldson takes severely […]

Join the Momni Movement and Circle Up to help solve the childcare crisis!

A Tale of Transformation, Beating the Odds and Changing the World, the Story of Momni Non-Fiction, Self-Help Date Published: October 8th 2019 Publisher: Elite Online Publishing Circle Up is a raw glimpse into the heart, mind, struggle, and triumph of a female tech entrepreneur whose relentless grit, determination, and courage to continue, despite unimaginable obstacles, […]

Middle-Grade Fantasy Alyssa McCarthy’s Magical Missions, Book 2 Book Tour

Middle-Grade Fantasy Date Published: July 2019 History, like magic, has a habit of repeating itself… It’s been six months since thirteen-year-old Alyssa McCarthy left magic behind for good. Or so she thought… Then the enchanted objects that protected her disappear. Now a skeleton named Errol has cursed her with magical powers that keep getting her […]

Spiritual Fantasy Lord Santa’s Review by Sarah Mirza

Spiritual Fantasy Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers Ash is a Light Warrior who reports to Santa’s Grotto after a three year absence to undertake her review. Expecting to be in disgrace, instead she finds herself totally unprepared for the reception. Her review brings surprises and Ash learns about her own levels of power and connection higher […]

Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Bullying If I Could Run

Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Bullying (Books) Date Published: May 2, 2019 Publisher: Mindstir Media The Girl: Bullied & Harassed The Dog: Injured & Abandoned Based on true events, this story takes place in the late 1950s. A young girl’s love for running propelled her to join the school cross country team. With only […]

YA Sci-Fi Fantasy Primeval Origins: Rise of Serpents

Book #3 in the Primeval Origins Epic Saga YA Sci-Fi Fantasy Publisher: Celestial Fury Publishing Primeval Origins: Rise of Serpents – Book #3 in this epic story revealing mankind’s undiscovered history and ancient origins bringing rise the legendary Four Horsemen. Join Nikki, a paleo-archeological graduate student suffering life altering happenings turning her life upside-down and […]

HUMAN RELATIONS INDIE BOOK AWARDS

Human Relations Indie Book Awards Visit our website for information on the 2020 Human Relations Indie Book Awards. Deadline is April 1st, 2020 (Early Entry Deadline-March 1st, 2020 for best cost on entry fee.) This is the fifth year of the Human Relations Indie Book Awards. The 2020 contest has approximately 45 indie book categories […]

Prayer is not Enough – The Golden Key to Personal Happiness – Self-Help Book

The official book trailer for the PRAYER IS NOT ENOUGH – The golden key to personal happiness – written by Nelson G. Coelho is here! Get your copy very nowhere: • Amazon: — https://amzn.to/2VsHbI1 • Barnes & Noble: — https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/pray… Keep in touch with me: • Homepage: http://nelsongomezcoelho.com/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nelsongomezc… • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nelsongomez… • […]

Rowdy Randy Picture Book Review

Purchase on Amazon Rowdy Randy is a horsefly that was born for ADVENTURE, She weaves her way through the Wild West exploring and stirring up all kinds of trouble.  During her wild west adventure, she whooshes and buzzes around meeting all kinds of creatures, Buffalo, Cows, Snakes just to name a few. This adventure is [...]

Five Common Mistakes on Authors’ Websites

Three Mistakes That Can Fail an Author’s Website The internet is stuffed with articles that tell about the importance of having a website and those that particularly discuss the significance of authors’ websites. As a writer or an author, you will be able to find numerous reasons you should get a website made for yourself […]

Author Interview with Humorous Satire Writer Victoria Ray

Humorous Satire Fiction Author Interview with Victoria Ray   Describe yourself in five words.  I am simply awesome! I can also add: kind and flexible.    Which fact about yourself would really surprise people? I don’t know. I guess quite a lot. I dislike pranks and I know often people think that I am funny, […]

Action & Adventure Fiction Author’s Interview with Author Shreyans Zaveri

Describe yourself in five words Thinker, Spiritual, Storyteller, Philosopher, Earthling   What fact about yourself would really surprise people? The fact that I battle OCD every single day and have to overcome it constantly, even for small tasks every singe day.   How do you work through self-doubts and fear? I meditate, practice yoga, disconnect […]

Aarya an Action & Adventure Fiction

Multiple buying options available. Whether you prefer the touch and feel of a book or are on the move with your reading device, choose the format you prefer. by Author Shreyans Zaveri New Delhi, India’s capital city, wakes up to its usual morning. Pankaj Khurana, on the other hand, gets a disturbing phone call. The […]

Author Interview with Janet Taylor-Perry

Author Interview with Janet Taylor-Perry Name: Janet Taylor-Perry Email: janettyalorperry@gmail.com Tell us a little bit about yourself: : Making her home in Ridgeland since 1999, Janet Taylor-Perry, a native of Laurel, a graduate of University of Southern Mississippi with a BS in psychology, Belhaven University with a Master of Arts in Teaching, and gifted certification […]

Are Audiobooks As Good For You as Book Reading?

Audiobooks versus Books – Which Is Better in the Eyes of Experts? Even those in your social circle who are considered bookworms whose book collection fascinates and inspires you and others to start reading can often find it hard to pick up a book and start reading. What makes book reading appear like a difficult […]

Five Elements That an Author’s Website Shouldn’t Miss Out

Elements that Guarantee the Success of an Author’s Website Getting an author’s website designed may sound fun and games until you finally start looking for website designers to get the job done. Again, you will be able to find hundreds of website designers as soon as you enter the keywords ‘hire a website designer’ on […]

Book Reviews and Their Importance for Authors

The Importance of Book Reviews for Authors As an author, you might have some copies of your book set aside by the publisher for review purposes. If you have ever been reviewed, you know how they can affect your credibility and mental stability – we kid you not. If the reviews are positive, you feel […]

Websites Are a Must-Have for Authors – Here’s Why

Website Design Can Easily Make or Break Writers and Authors Website design is so much more than simply swathing webpages in a lot of colors, fancy fonts, and HD images. It is more about functionality, user-friendliness, and the type of content that you publish. Just as with several other professions, websites and website design hold […]

Tips to Choose the Right Books to Read

How to Choose the Right Books For Yourself Book reading is one habit that is always encouraged regardless of a person’s age. It is said to improve the overall health of readers by boosting the brain’s ability to learn, think, memorize, improve sleep patterns, lowering stress levels, and of course, by increasing mental stimulation. However, […]

5 Fundamental Conventions of Horror Story Writing

5 Fundamental Conventions of Horror Story Writing Horror is probably the single genre that receives quite a polarized reception. The readers love the genre while literary experts pan it.  Some experts are so unforgiving to the genre that they consider it just the extension of pulp fiction. However, all is not lost for the genre. […]

Why Your Brain Needs to Read Every Day

Brainy Brain Benefits of Book Reading “Books train your imagination to think big.” -Taylor Swift The above-given words may sound like a cliché but they are indeed very true. Reading not only allow you to productively use your time but also energizes your brain by stimulating activity. Book reading allows you to explore past, present, […]

How to Develop a Reading Habit

Easy Steps to Help You Adopt the Habit of Reading  “The habit of reading is the only enjoyment in which there is no alloy: it lasts even when all other pleasures fade.” Anthony Trollope, an English Novelist ‘Once a reader, always a reader’ is a phrase that best describes how addictive reading can get. Avid […]

The Art of Preserving Old Books

Like petrichor, no fragrance can emulate the fascinating scent oozing out of old books. It won’t be wrong to say that this ‘biblichor’ has the power to teleport you in the past. However, to enjoy the visceral existence of old books, it is really important to know how to preserve them. Be it first editions […]

The Difference between an Author and a Writer

The Difference between an Author and a Writer Are you a writer or an author? This question has muddled many professionals who are debating upon its differences projecting their individual perspectives. Some says that the terms- writer and author are interchangeable while others have a totally different idea about it. If you look for its […]

Book Review of Chosen by Author Paddy Bostock

Book Review of Chosen by Author Paddy Bostock Jeremy Crawford has had enough of his life as a megawealthy banker and is prepared to give up all its privileges for the sake of freedom. The trigger of this drastic change of heart? The realization that, since childhood, he has made no choices of his own and only ever been chosen.

An Interview with Margaret Pearce the author of Mission Perilous

Visit Margaret Pearce’s Website Where are you from?     I was born in Northcote, a small suburb just outside Melbourne. So I grew up mostly around Melbourne. My mother’s great grandfather hit Adelaide in 1850 and ended up at Ballarat when gold was discovered in 1853. As his large family all had large families my […]