Category Guest Post

Guest Post by M.R. Polish

Today marks the first month that Ageless Sea has been out and I am excited about it. I am so excited that I want to give you an ereader with the cover of Ageless Sea on it, AND I will even sign it! It is just a small token of my appreciation. BUT I have […]

Sophie’s Run Guest Post by Sophie Penhalligan

Come on Tour with Sophie and Dan… Dream about Canada with Sophie Sophie’s Run Blogtour 2013 Sophie’s Run Her famous star remains her rock while life takes her on a little detour… Who says that the road towards true love is straight and even?  Sophie is certainly discovering that it is anything but. So she […]

Interview with Paige Tailor by Jessica McQuay

Black Moon Paige Tailor Series Book One Jessica McQuay Genre: YA/NA Paranormal Fantasy ISBN: 1936185741 Number of pages: 240 Cover Artist: Miriam Grunhaus Book Trailer: Amazon   BN Book Description: “Am I losing my mind?” Paige couldn’t help but question her sanity. What other explanation could there be for her hearing a conversation held barely […]

Book Review: Dogma, The Zen of Slobber by Barbara Boswell Brunner

Review: Dogma Series: — Author: Barbara Boswell Brunner No of Pages: 326 Release Date: Published August 1st 2012 Synopsis: Barbara’s vivid and dramatic stories, told with a wicked sense of humor, will make you laugh out loud. She definitely gets what living with rescued dogs (nine of them!) is all about. When Barbara meets her […]

Guest Post: Facing Writers Block? By Barbara Boswell Brunner

  I just finished reading Dogma, The Zen of Slobber and found this guest post to be so absolutely cute that I didn’t want to bury it with the review! This hilarious way to fight writer’s block is so perfect that I just had to let it have its own post!! You may also want […]

Guest Post: Researching the Paranormal by Jill Cooper

Researching the paranormal by Jill Cooper, Author of The Demon Royale I absolutely love this and hope that you will help me welcome Jill Cooper to My Seryniti while she discusses researching for The Demon Royale. And I must say my review is coming Nov 14th for this one and it’s good! If you haven’t […]

Guest Post: The Modern Mythmakers by Michael McCarty

Modern Mythmakers Synopsis: This collection of original interviews, appropriate for libraries and fans alike, provides first-hand accounts from many of the entertainment industry’s most influential writers, filmmakers, and entertainers. Interviewees include horror film icons Elvira and Herschell Gordon Lewis; world-renowned science fiction and fantasy authors, among them Ray Bradbury, Laurell K. Hamilton, and John Saul; […]

Guest Post: My Real Ghost Story by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

The Goodread’s Paranormal and Horror Lovers BOOK OF THE MONTH is now up for voting BUT JUST UNTIL OCTOBER 5! PLEASE go vote for my EVIL STALKS THE NIGHT – Revised Author’s Edition and I would so appreciate it. It was the first of my novels originally published in 1984 from Zebra and is now […]

Book Feature: Hive by Marc Davies

Review: Hive Series: Author: Marc Davies No of Pages: 299 Release Date: August 6th 2012 by Burst Books Synopsis: For centuries the Hive has waged a secret war, pitting psychic powers against the monstrous appetites of the Silencers. Now its visionary leader has an ambitious plan to tip the balance, and the conflict threatens to […]

The Tarot by Richard Long – Guest Post

Please enjoy this guest post by Richard Long, author of the nail-biting supernatural thriller, The Book of Paul. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including a Kindle Fire, $300 in Amazon gift cards, 5 autographed copies of the book, and a look into your […]

A Life in the Service by Roberta Pescow

Thank you so much Roberta for stopping by and giving us the opportunity to get to know a little more about you and how you write! We also get an excerpt from her Novelette, A Life in the Service!! My Writing Quirks and Must-Haves By Roberta Pescow All human beings are quirky, and I’ve been […]

Guest Post: 10 Favorite Authors by Laurel Osterkamp

Disclaimer: I teach high school English, so I have this notion that my favorite authors ought to be literary. However, I’ve been a reader longer than I’ve been a teacher or a writer, and most of what I’ve read is not considered fine literature. There are a few literary authors in my faves list, but […]

Guest Post by Sheryl Steines

Please enjoy this guest post by Sheryl Steines, author of the action-packed urban fantasy, She Wulf. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including a Kindle Fire, $550 in Amazon gift cards, 5 autographed copies of She Wulf, and 5 copies of its companion, The […]

Brooklyn Hudson – A World Without Books – Guest Post

Brooklyn Hudson – A World Without Books By Brooklyn Hudson A world without books … will probably (hopefully) never be. There will always be lovers of hard copy books just as we will always have art lovers. I own an iPad, iPhone, Kindle, you name it; but nothing takes the place of the smell and feel […]

Writing For Publication: Harder Than It Looks by Jennifer James

Writing For Publication: Harder Than It Looks by Jennifer James                When I began the query process, I fully expected to receive hundreds of rejections. I never actually expected to receive any acceptances. There is the self-publishing route, but when I finished my first novel; my website was only a month old. I had no […]

Keri Nola – Writing to me is… Guest Post

Writing to me is… by Keri Nola  Writing to me is … essential.  Like the air we breathe, writing is a sacred lifeline that allows me to fully and completely exist.  It brings me back home to the most Divine and authentic parts of myself as I quietly and sometimes frantically go inward and search […]

Karri Thompson Guest Post

Author Karri Thompson has stopped by with a guest post for the Amateur Angel Blog Tour Hi, I’m Karri Thompson the author of Amateur Angel, a paranormal romance for young adults. During author visits, I’m often asked about how I came up with the idea for my book, since it is about a girl who […]

T.L. Shreffler – Your View On Tradition – Guest Post

From the character’s perspective: what is your view on tradition? by T.L. Shreffler    Tradition, in many ways, is what defines us. It is the search to fulfill a tradition, or to escape from it. Some of us succumb to the way we are raised. We find truth in it. But that is not for […]

Joseph DiCristofano – A World Without Books – Guest Post

A World Without Books by Joseph DiCristofano  Thoreau once wrote, “A truly good book teaches me better than to read it. I must soon lay it down, and commence living on its hint. What I began by reading, I must finish by acting.” Reading a book is a personal journey. A cerebral quest where each […]

A Reader or a Writer? By Robynn Gabel – Guest Post

A Reader or A Writer?  by Robynn Gabel I remember my first favorite book was about a boy and his donkey.  I was so excited I could finally read, and somehow I related to that boy and his pet. For a little while, as I read, I was taken out of the pain of my […]