One Writer’s Flights of Fancy (scenes from my daydreams) by Author Robert Germaux

Today we present three short vignettes, written from the quirky mind of author Robert Germaux. As a multi-genre author and retired English teacher, Germaux recently showcased his sense of humor in his essay collection Grammar Sex and Other Stuff. Readers… Read more

Author Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel, In the Eye

Multi-genre author, Robert Germaux, has issued the second installment of his Jeremy Barnes detective series. “In the Eye” is the follow-up to Germaux’s 2016 novel “Hard Court”.   In the Eye centers around the gripping, fast-paced case of missing woman,… Read more

Why I Write About Dead People By Michael Phillip Cash Author Guest Post and Book Swag Giveaway

As the author of several paranormal and horror books, I’m often asked why I write about dead people. The answer is very simple. I’m fascinated with the afterlife. I love the idea that energy never dies and we are immortal… Read more

Giveaway and Author Guest Post MY IDEAL VALENTINE’S DAY by Judith Ann Kohnen Author of The Mandy Story Romance Series

I recently reached out to romance novelist Judith Kohnen about her Mandy Story book series. As an award-winning romance writing, I wondered what Judith would consider her ideal Valentine’s Day might be. Well, it turns out that Judith had a… Read more

Raise Your Energy First, Then Look for a New Job By Vicki Morris

Carole P. Roman Children’s Book Author Guest Post and Book Series Giveaway

“Star Bright” By Carole P. Roman Ugh, a one star review ruins my near perfect rating of one of my books. The reviewer didn’t get it. I put too much information in or maybe it wasn’t enough. The illustrations were… Read more

Michael Phillip Cash “Spirit Guides” Author Guest Post – The After House Book Tour

“Spirit Guides” By Michael Phillip Cash So, I’m a big believer in ghosts.  I’m assuming you can tell that from the six ghost books I’ve written. Ghosts are everywhere (in my life especially) and I know they are sending me… Read more

Things that Annoy Historical Fiction Readers by Michael Bolan

Things that Annoy Historical Fiction Readers by Michael Bolan   I was chatting with a (historical-novel-writing) friend the other day. When I say ‘chatting’, I actually mean half listening and wearing an interested expression while she ranted. Apparently she had… Read more