Tag: writing

A Taste Test Blog Tour — Day Three with ME!

A group of YA authors came together to give you a “taste test” of our upcoming books.  My tentative fall release, “Wiccan Wars”, is featured in the collection!  This is our blog tour… Each author will be featured on all six blogs on a particular day with different guest posts and interviews – all of…


A Taste Test Blog Tour! – Day Two with Michelle Hansen

  A group of YA authors came together to give you a “taste test” of our upcoming books.  My tentative fall release, “Wiccan Wars”, is featured in the collection!  This is our blog tour… Each author will be featured on all six blogs on a particular day with different guest posts and interviews – all…


A Taste Test Blog Tour! – Day One With CJ Duggan

A group of YA authors came together to give you a “taste test” of our upcoming books.  My tentative fall release, “Wiccan Wars”, is featured in the collection!  This is our blog tour… Each author will be featured on all six blogs on a particular day with different guest posts and interviews – all of…


Playing Catch Up…

The story of my life is… BUSY.  Let’s catch up a bit. *** On the book end (hehe, bookend), I’ve put out some books this year.  Surprisingly, the focus has been on the young adult genre so far, which is completely strange to me as I never felt the urge to write YA before.  Heaven…


Guest Post – Carol Davis Luce

Carol Davis Luce Self-taught Late Bloomer My motto is, “If I can do it, anyone can do it.” I wasn’t born to write. I didn’t aspire to be a writer from the time I could hold a Crayon. I could, however, draw, and make things take shape through form and color on paper and canvas,…


St. Patrick’s Day DOES Go With Reading. Promise.

  Who doesn’t like sales?  Especially when combined with green beer, drinking games, St. Patrick’s effigy on a stick, and leprechauns. (of course there are leprechauns) Author David Gaughran has pulled together this massive sale of books from some of the finest authors out there.  Not only is so much greatness in one place, but…


Seshat – Egyptian Goddess of Writing

I’ve been thinking a lot of ways I can give myself a bit of “oomph” in my spellworking in reference to my writing.  My rituals have fallen to the wayside in the wake of my many projects—between writing several books at the same time (what? I have ADD) and ebook formatting and working a full-time…


Barbara Silkstone – Have You Ever Lost a Hat?

I lost everything including my home, my car, and even my retirement accounts. I was physically attacked inside and outside a court building. My daughter and baby granddaughter were threatened. I came at the bad guys like a mother tiger. A few years earlier I had agreed to testify against a real estate developer in…


Guest Post – Sibel Hodge

Sibel Hodge From 200 rejections to Amazon top 200! Ever since I was old enough to scrawl my first word, which was Halibaaaaa, I knew I wanted to write books. OK, so the word didn’t actually make sense, and it might take a little longer for me to actually string a whole sentence together, but…


Guest Post – Christine DeMaio-Rice

I have quite a few regular clients for formatting, and they’re all pretty rockin’.  One of the aspects I’ve truly, truly enjoyed about building the CyberWitch business is the fact that I’ve found some great relationships in the people I work for.  I recently posted Dani Amore’s Indie Chicks post–she’s one of those clients.  Today’s…