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Category Archives: Author Guest Post
Today I am pleased to welcome D.J. MacHale, one of the contributing authors to Guys Read: Other Worlds for a guest post today. This title, along with the other Guys Read titles, are excellent novels for reluctant readers (especially boys)! My own son has enjoyed each and every one of them. Stay tuned for his […]
Yesterday I had the pleasure of reviewing Studio Saint-Ex by Ania Szado, an eloquent historical fiction set in 1940s New York City. Today I have the pleasure of welcoming Ania for a guest post in which she writes about inspiring coincidences behind the writing of her novel. Writing a novel can be exhilarating but also […]
Yesterday, I reviewed Stacey Graham’s witty & informative book, The Girl’s Ghost Hunting Guide. Today, I’m pleased to host a guest post from Stacey about ghost tours and how to tell if they are legit! Perfect timing! Something Wicked This Way Comes: Ghost Tours I love a good ghost tour. I can’t get enough of […]
Tamara Thorne has collected ghost stories, true and fictional, since she saw her first Twilight Zone as a tot, and continues to this day. In addition to writing novels and stories of the paranormal, she also writes non-fiction and is an active ghost hunter. Kenginston recently reissued her novels HAUNTED, CANDLE BAY and MOONFALL in […]
Yesterday, I reviewed Mary Sharratt’s enlightening historical fiction, Illuminations. Today, I’m pleased to welcome her for a guest post…about the first known description of the female orgasm, written by Hildegard von Bingen herself: Hildegard von Bingen: Reconciling Faith and Science The Western world’s first known description of the female orgasm was written by the 12th […]
I’m pleased to welcome Alma Katsu to the blog today. Alma is the author of The Reckoning and The Taker, the first two books in a series. Fan of historical fiction, looking for the perfect dark historical to add to your October reading list? Below Alma presents some of her favorite dark historicals: After my […]
Today I’m excited to present you all with a guest post from one of my favorite horror authors, Graham Masterton. Following is a bio taken from his web site: Graham Masterton’s debut as a horror author began with The Manitou in 1976, a chilling tale of a Native American medicine man reborn in the present […]
Yesterday, I reviewed Roberta Rich’s The Midwife of Venice, a truly suspenseful piece of historical fiction. Today, I’m pleased to present a guest post with Roberta on how she came up with the topic for her book. Venice is a jewel box of magnificent buildings, exquisite squares, and beautiful paintings. Or so I thought. Then […]
Yesterday, I reviewed The Winter Palace by Eva Stachniak. Today I’m thrilled to present a guest post by Eva about the research she did in writing this book: When I decided to write about Catherine the Great I knew I had to go to St Petersburg and see the city where Catherine spent so many […]
I met Alan Orloff, mystery-gone-horror writer at his event at One More Page Books, my local independent bookstore. He’s quite the humorous guy; it was here that I learned Alan’s interest in horror fiction. It was just a few months ago that I learned he was publishing a horror ebook. I contacted Alan, interested […]