Interview with Author R. Douglas Clark

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I got into writing through journalism. For several years I wrote for newspapers and magazines as a freelancer. My specialty was music journalism, which is good training for writing fiction. Writing about music is almost impossible to do! 2) What inspired […]

Interview with Author Octavia J. Riley

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? It’s a little funny how I started writing seriously at the age of twelve. I’d been an avid reader for so long, but I didn’t like how the Twilight books portrayed vampires…so I wrote my own vampire book. Of course, it […]

Bloody Coffee by Michelle Dim-St. Pierre Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. A young woman struggles with the secrets her mother kept and who she really is in author Michelle Dim-St. Pierre’s novel, “Bloody Coffee”. The Synopsis Eighteen-year-old Leigh arrives at a Tel Aviv hospital, seeking […]

5 Common Mistakes First-Time Authors Make

Author Anthony Avina here. How is everyone today? I’m here to introduce this amazing guest blog post from writer Emmanuel Nataf on the five mistakes authors make on their first time writing books. I hope you guys will enjoy this amazing article and be sure to follow Emmanuel on all of his writing adventures! Aristotle […]

Rise – In Pursuit of Empowerment Blog Tour

Rise  In Pursuit of Empowerment Introduced by Sabine Matharu     Name of the book:  Rise- In Pursuit of Empowerment Introduced by: Sabine Matharu Featuring 25 Women Authors Genre: Self Help Release Date: 4th March 2018 BLURB   Written for and by inspirational entrepreneurial women whose hidden creativity and business acumen is eager to come […]

Interview with Author Carol Es

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I started writing around the age of 12. I’d been quite illiterate to begin with because I missed out on a lot of schooling. I wrote indecipherable poetry filled with angst—stream-of-consciousness diary entries about wanting to get away from my abusive […]