Guest Post by Brian Holers, author of Doxology

Currently I am reading a book by Brian Holers called, Doxology. His writing style is conversational, drawing you in immediately. The characters have depth, emotion and are easy to relate to. (Plus the author is easy on the eyes.) I do plan on reviewing it next week, but in the mean time, I am very … Continue reading Guest Post by Brian Holers, author of Doxology

Guest Post from Author Lauren Clark

Hopefully yesterday's excerpt from Lauren Clark's book Stay Tuned peaked your interest. I'm delighted to feature a guest post from the author and I encourage you to participate in today's blog tour event: Friday, special contest on the author’s site! Are you ready for some more fun? Take a picture of yourself with your copy … Continue reading Guest Post from Author Lauren Clark

Ask and You Shall Receive

I've spent a lot of energy thinking about what I want to be when I grow up. Believing I am a writer has been sort of a slow evolution. I've always thought of myself as a creative person who happens to be good at writing. However, it never came up in conversations, even after I … Continue reading Ask and You Shall Receive

Finding Balance – Or Not

I am honored to share with you today's guest post by author Terri Giuliano Long. Her debut novel In Leah's Wake has been one of my favorite summer reads. She is an amazingly talented author, and an even more humble artist, quick to give encouragement and support to fellow writers. I'm sure you will enjoy … Continue reading Finding Balance – Or Not

Guest Post: Jim Chaney

I love it when bloggers I admire start feeling more like a friend  than like a "reader". It is with great pleasure that I share with you Jim Chaney. His writing style is both witty and charming as well as honest and heartfelt. I am also inspired by his list of 30 Before 30, making me … Continue reading Guest Post: Jim Chaney