Interesting posts and links from The Blogger Book Fair July 2013
Hello! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. Thanks for visiting!This guest post is part of the 2013 Blogger Book Fair and was written by Sophie Duncan. Her most recent publication is Sacrifice of An Angel. Magical Forensics Thanks very much to C.J.
Today, I am pleased to welcome author C.J. Brightley to round off The Blogger Book Fair July 2013 for me. So without further ado, over to C.J. When you think of fantasy, do you imagine wizards? Wizard school? Unicorns? Dragons? Werewolves? What makes a fantasy a fantasy?
Today I'd like to welcome Allie Jean to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. Don't forget to visit her links and check out her books once you've read her post. This year at the Blogger Book Fair, we focus on traveling to faraway places.
Hello! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. Thanks for visiting!This guest post is part of the 2013 Blogger Book Fair and was written by Wendy S. Russo, the author of January Black. My Five Favorite Dragons in Fantasy 5.
Hello! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. Thanks for visiting!This guest post is part of the 2013 Blogger Book Fair and was written by Sharon Bayliss. Her most recent publication is The Charge.
First I would like to thank the girls for hosting me today as part of the Blogger Book Fair. I'm what I like to think of as an omnivorous writer. That is, I enjoy writing in all sorts of genres.
Today I'd like to welcome Allyson Lindt to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. Don't forget to visit her website and check out her book once you've read her post. Second Chances... To Become I can't remember a time when I didn't have a desire to create.
Thank you, Constance, for having me today as part of the Blogger Book Fair. As an author, I am much more comfortable with writing long, novel-length stories than I am with condensing my thoughts into short stories.
It is my pleasure today, as part of the Blogger Book Fair July 2013, to introduce you to author Constance Phillips, who is talking about the happy ending. So, Constance, over to you. Why do you pick up a romance novel?
Today I'd like to welcome Drako to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. Don't forget to visit his website and check out his books once you've read his post. Self-Publishing and Promotion So, I made my way into the self-publishing world in January of 2012.
Hello everyone!! I am excited to say that this year, I am going to be promoting Blogger Book Fair! There are tons of things going on. Let me tell you a few goodies... On the Authors and Bloggers page , you'll see five sections. Five sections, five days of the BBF.
Today I am very happy to welcome A Jarrell Hayes, author and poet, to my blog to give an introduction to his books as part of The Blogger Book Fair July 2013! I'm excited to participate in Blogger Book Fair Resort. The theme is Book Your Trip to Far Away Places.
It's Blogger Book Fair week, and today I'm hosting fantasy author C.J. Brightley. Welcome, C.J.! Tell us about your Erdemen Honor series. The first book, The King's Sword, was initially intended to be just a simple coming of age story, with Hakan, the prince, realizing that he must take the responsibility of the crown for the good of his country.
Hello! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. Thanks for visiting!This guest post is part of the 2013 Blogger Book Fair and was written by Daniel Sherrier, the author of RIP: Touch, a paranormal novella series, and Earths in Space vol.
Greetings and salutations! For Blogger Book Fair Resort, I thought it would be a fun idea to have authors use sentences from their books to create, what I like to call, THE WORLD'S GREATEST STORY! (Yes in all caps.) Honestly, I was afraid no one would submit to this event, but I was impressed by the turnout.
Please welcome Sophie Duncan to Chapter Break! I'd like to thank Chapter Break for hosting me as part of the Blogger Book Fair. As an author, I've turned my hand to many genres, from horror through to erotic romance and as a reader, I like books of great variety as well (especially since I got my Kindle).
Welcome to the Reader's Choice Awards! This is where anyone can vote on their favorite book in a genre category. All participating authors have been entered in at least one category, provided their work had already been published, and each category has at least two authors competing.
Today I'm hosting Natasha Duncan-Drake, a fantasic author, and letting her share her (very good) thoughts about Romance. Take it away, Tasha! Hello and thanks to Allyson for hosting me on her blog today as part of the Blogger Book Fair. I hope everyone is enjoying the Fair so far.
Today I'd like to welcome Eva Lefoy to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. I know you're going to enjoy this post, please be aware it has adult concepts, but it's not explicit. I like monsters Vampires and werewolves are the hot thing in romance right now.
Hi! Check out this guest post by Sophie Duncan Over to her... Thanks Amos Cassidy for hosting me today as part of the Blogger Book Fair. I write in quite a few genres, whatever takes my fancy from crime through to horror and I'm going to be talking about urban fantasy, also sometimes called contemporary fantasy, a wide genre where magic and/or other fantastic creatures/things are placed in familiar, modern settings.
Today I am welcoming Amos Cassidy to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. About Amos Cassidy: Amos Cassidy - a team of two. Amos is a 29 year old Diva and Cassidy a 36 year old mum of three.
Welcome to day one of the Blogger Book Fair,! Today author Sophie Duncan talks about vampires in fiction and whether or not they've been overused. Read on for her thoughts on this much-visited fictional creature and enter the giveaway below for a chance to win a copy of her own vampire book: Death in the Family.
Please welcome N.R. Wick to Chapter Break as part of the Blogger Book Fair! Guest Post: Writing Middle Grade fiction and Young Adult fiction by N. R. Wick Hi everyone! It's a pleasure to be here. One of the things I get asked a lot my family and friends is if I approach young adult fiction differently than middle grade fiction.
I'd just like to say thanks to Drako for hosting my guest post today. I hope you enjoy my choice of topic. So, about eBook freebies. I'm a self-published author and the hardest thing about publishing a book is getting it noticed.
Today I'd like to welcome Eileen Sharp to my blog as part of the Blogger Book Fair. Once you've read her ideas about writing families, don't forget to check out her books and her blog, all linked at the bottom of the post.