Meet Author Joleene Naylor!

Today, I'm very excited to have Joleene Naylor as a visitor to my blog. Joleene is an author, blogger, and all-around amazingly talented person who I am fortunate to call a friend. So, are you ready? Let's have some fun! About Joleene (the official bio): Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine vampire …

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HOW to get promotion for yourself and your book …

Another great post full of fabulous advice. How can I not share this with all my authorly friends?

Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing

Two days ago I wrote a blog post that proved to be the most popular, in terms of reach and reaction, of any I’ve ever written! Thanks to everyone who read, liked, shared, reblogged, followed my blog, and commented on it. I guess I hit a nerve with the topic of authors behaving badly and how to avoid becoming one. It seems this kind of behaviour is definitely prevalent and a problem on social media, because so many of you agreed with me and my guests who also offered quotes on experiences they’d had dealing with these self-centred authors.

I took a negative tact on that last post, because it’s a fun angle to come from with this kind of list, and I’ve had success with that approach in the past. It also allows me to write in a humorous and sarcastic voice – which I hope was the voice…

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A Conversation with Thom Stark

Over the past couple of weeks, I've been having a conversation with Thom Stark, author of American Sulla. Today, I'm thrilled to share our conversation with all of you. This is by far one of the most in depth interviews I've featured on this blog--or any blog. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and enjoy …

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