Category Guest Post

Rebel in search of her Mojo by Laxmi Hariharan – Guest Post

Rebel in search of her Mojo— by Tiina Yadav My earliest memory is of my mother the Queen of Ka Surya, locking me in one of the attic rooms of the palace, because I had been defiant. I don’t exactly remember why I had angered her, but suffice to say that it was not an […]

A Reader or a Writer, which would you rather be? by Darlene Jones

A Reader or a Writer, which would you rather be? by Darlene Jones  Oh boy, I have to say I dislike either/or questions because most of the time I want both. LOL Greedy, I guess, but I can’t imagine writing without reading and I lived too many years of reading without writing. As a kid […]

J.L. Hohler III Why I Write Women… – Guest Post

My regular readers – between my blog The Last Blog Name on Earth, and my novels, I’d like to think I have a few of them – have learned a few things about me.  I like watching movies, I like soccer, I have a day-job and I’m prone to random self-promotion.  More importantly, when they […]

Remembering a Time Before E-books by M.H. Bonham Guest Post

Remembering a Time Before E-books by M.H. Bonham I’m not nostalgic, but sometimes when I’m touching an app on my smartphone, I wonder what the younger generations would think about the world I grew up in.  It must seem positively primitive. I remember a time before cell phones, before cable TV, and yeah, before the […]

John Mellor Guest Post – Separated by more than just a common language

Separated by more than just a common language by John Mellor     I have always had an off-putting writing technique, as in putting it off, until finally driven by a combination of self-loathing and looming deadline to reluctantly stick paper in the typewriter; it was quite a few years ago.  I think this came about […]

A Leprechaun’s Lament Guest Post by Wayne Zurl

On a cloudy Thursday in April, Detective Lieutenant Sam Jenkins retired from a very large and overworked police department in New York. The next day, he and his wife, Kate, closed the sale on their Long Island home, put their Scottish terrier, Bitsey, in the car, and drove to East Tennessee. They had vacationed there […]

Praise of Motherhood by Phil Jourdan Guest Post

Please enjoy this guest post by Phil Jourdan, author of the touching memoir, Praise of Motherhood. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including $500 in Amazon gift cards and 5 autographed copies of the book. The Story behind this Real-Life Story by Phil Jourdan […]

Derek Blass – Write From Your Soul – Guest Post

I hope you guys are as moved by this as I am. In just a few paragraphs Derek Bliss has made me want to pick up all of his books. I’m not much of a Thriller fan but I’m sure I’m about to be a Derek Bliss fan. I’m very pleased to be able to […]

Books for Bunnies

Book’s for Bunnies Books for Bunnies is an event set up by the blogger over at The Bunny’s Review and coordinated with the help of blogger Alchemy of Scrawl. These two ladies have worked tirelessly in getting authors to donate eBooks’ for the event.   Currently there are over 100 eBooks that have been donates.  Along […]

Chrisopher C. Starr Guest Post

Christopher C Starr – Summer Splash Guest Post – Short term & Long term Goals What are your short term and long term goals? by Christopher C Starr (writing as Lucifer the Satan, Ruler of Hell) Short term. Long term. This notion is laughable. How can something so temporary, so new, have any idea of […]

Shannon Mayer – Zombies, How Do I Love Thee?

Zombies, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways . . . by Shannon Mayer .     1 BEST video games ever are all about the zombies. Now I’m not going to list them but I will give you a link if you want to go and scan through a bunch, I mean like […]

Top Ten Favorite Dishes by Bruno McGrath (Guest Post)

Goodreads Synopsis: “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein This ebook points out the surrounding issues of genetically modified fruit and vegetables that consumers are unaware of. While several parties defend the use of technology to create food, there seems to be […]

Age Is Just A Number by D.S. White (Guest Post)

Marketing: Creating the Perfect Online Dating Profile by D.S. White defines marketing as “the process or technique of promoting, selling, and distributing a product or service.” To have any degree of success in the online dating arena takes a certain amount of savvy but most times it seems to be just trial and error. […]