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Call for Submissions – Jingle Spells

In my spare time (what little I have of it), I run an ebook and print-on-demand formatting business. CyberWitch Press is almost five years old and has been the second love of my life beyond writing for as long. Now, I’m branching out into publishing short fiction anthologies! My first anthology call for submissions is…


Clear Your Shelf Hop

Clear Your Shelf!   Hosted by I’m A Reader Not A Writer   I loved the idea of this hop.  This has nothing to do with my published books whatsoever – I get to give away books of my shelves that I no longer need! I have five books I’m going to be giving away. …


What I’ve Learned About Publishing

This isn’t a post to chastise people who self-publish unedited, unprofessional books.  I was that person.  Last summer, the indie world opened up before me, and before I’d put much thought into it, I uploaded my books.  A few read-overs by me to check for typos, a couple reads by close friends and boyfriend, and…


Guest Post – Dani Amore “Writing From a Flour Sack”

Dani Amore Writing From a Flour Sack Fact: I was born on a bathroom floor. Literally. My arrival into this world was followed seconds later by an unceremonious drop onto the cold tile of St. John’s Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. You see, I was the fifth out of six children. My mother knew my delivery…


Guest Post: Sarah Woodbury – Turning Medieval

Turning Medieval by Sarah Woodbury Sometimes it’s easy to pinpoint those moments in your life where everything is suddenly changed.  When you look across the room and say to yourself, I’m going to marry him.  Or stare down at those two pink lines on the pregnancy test, when you’re only twenty-two and been married for…