Category: Guest Blog

GUEST BLOG: ADVICE FOR WRITERS by Cory Mortensen

I’d say, just start writing. Write about your day, your trip to the grocery store. What happened? Something did. Go out to a bar, restaurant, park. Pick a couple across from you,...

GUEST BLOG: How I Handled Research for the Book by Sverrir Sigurdsson

A memoirist is supposed to depend mostly on his memory.  For me, though, I wanted my memoir to reflect not just my life but also the heart and soul of my country. ...

GUEST BLOG: Imitation and Identity by Elizabeth Rasche

Writers are so often advised to “write the sort of book you love to read.” As a Jane Austen fan, I have often wished she had lived to write more books. It...

GUEST BLOG: Pretending to Be Who We Aren’t Online and Its Consequences by Grace Chen

If you could lie and get away with it, would you? What if it were a harmless lie? A white lie that wasn’t meant to hurt anyone? People lie all the time....

GUEST BLOG: Researching Ideas by AnneMarie Brear

Primary sources, I feel, are a writer's best friend, especially for a historical writer as I am. When researching it is not always possible to visit your chosen setting, but if you can...

GUEST BLOG: Are Dark Buried Secrets Ever Truly Buried? by Tina deBellegarde

All stories are driven by a secret. A personal one, a criminal one, a salacious one, it doesn’t matter. Because our lives are full of secrets. Some are innocuous, but some are...

GUEST POST: The Anti-Hollywood Movie Version of THE VENTURI EFFECT by Sage Webb

Books and movies often go hand in hand, right? Bestsellers may turn into blockbuster movies: The Great Gatsby, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park. . . . But I thought for...

GUEST BLOG: Unlikely, Unexpected Partners: Writing Corey and Abe In INSIDE PASSAGE by Burt Weissbourd

After serving 22 months for drug smuggling, a crime she didn’t commit, Corey Logan is finally released from a Federal Correctional Institution. All she wants now is to get her teenaged son...

GUEST BLOG: Brooklyn James on JUST SHELBY

As an author/singer-songwriter who draws as much inspiration from songs in book writing as I do from books in songwriting, I think book playlists are the greatest thing since self-publishing. Ten years ago...

GUEST BLOG: FALLING TEMPERATURES BRING FALLING PRICES ON MY BOOKS! by Rita Herron

Fall always brings the beautiful colorful changes of the leaves, cooler weather, cozy warm fireplaces, and the excitement of the holidays! Although the pandemic has created social distancing and kept us at...

GUEST BLOG: William A. Glass on AS GOOD AS CAN BE

Readers of my novel, As Good As Can Be, usually conclude that it’s autobiographical.  Some have asked me why I didn’t write a memoir. The answer is that I tried writing one,...

GUEST BLOG: Doing Her Duty – The Travails of a Medieval Queen by Anna Belfrage

In 1254, the fifteen-year-old Prince Edward married the not yet thirteen-year-old Doña Leonor (Eleanor) of Castile. The little bride came with a good pedigree. Not only did she have Fernando III of...
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