Double Release Day, by Clare Dugmore
We have a double treat for fantasy fans today with two releases. First there’s book three in Kate McIntyre’s historical-fantasy detective series The Faraday Files: The Heartreader’s Secret, and we also have book four in Eliza Tilton’s fantasy romance series The Daath Chronicles: Deceptively Beautiful – A Daath Wedding. The Heartreader’s Secret The brilliant engineer […]
Dan Darling New Mexico Tour May 2018, by Clare Dugmore
Dan Darling, author of contemporary fantasy, detective novel, Archaeopteryx will be visiting various locations in New Mexico this May to discuss his debut novel, and sign copies of his book. University of NM: May 10th Bookworks: May 15th Coas (Las Cruces): May 19th Collected Works (Santa Fe): TBC About Archaeopteryx John Stick, zoo keeperand giant, […]
The Wistful Reads of a Nineties Kid, by Rosie Cranie-Higgs
No nineties child has ever lived so much in the 1940s. Between the ages of about 6 and 10, I was obsessed with Enid Blyton, whatever form her stories took. The Famous Five, and reckless adventure? Check. The Twins of St. Clare’s, and boarding school mischief? Check. The Faraway Tree, and all the different worlds […]
Sarah Madsen, by Sarah Madsen
Who are you and where do you call home right now? Hi! I’m Sarah Madsen. Currently I live in the suburbs north of Atlanta, Georgia, but I work in the city and I’m down there all the time. Tell us about your latest book: your inspiration for it, how you got through your most difficult […]
Passing The Torch, by Megan O’Russell
I grew up at the most amazing time. I know a lot of people would argue that the late 80’s/early 90’s were not a mecca for anything except poor fashion choices, but here are the perks that come with being an ’85 kid. The Little Mermaid was the Disney movie all my friends knew and […]
Anne Stinnett, by Anne Stinnett
Who are you and where do you call home right now? Hi, my name is Anne. I live in Southern California, in the Palm Springs area. Tell us about your latest book: your inspiration for it, how you got through your most difficult challenge in writing it, and what you love about it? My recent […]
Spring Mythology, by C. W. Snyder
“Is the spring coming?” he said. “What is it like?”… “It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine…” ― Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden We’ve known what spring is, what causes winter, what brings back the green for a long time now. Surprisingly, it doesn’t involve worshipping […]
YA Bound Book Tours – Blog Tour Schedule: Dwarves of Calcus (Fairytale Galaxy Chronicles #3) by Katie Hamstead!, by Clare Dugmore
YA Bound Book Tours is organizing a blog tour for Dwarves of Calcus (Fairytale Galaxy Chronicles #3) by Katie Hamstead. This tour will run from March 27th to April 2nd. Check out the tour schedule below. Blog Tour Schedule: March 27th This and That Book Blog    http://thisandthatbookblog.blogspot.com    Promo Post Adventures thru Wonderland    http://adventuresthruwonderland.blogspot.com/   Review […]
REWARDS OF A WRITING CAREER, by Rand Lee
The only thing that bothers me more than a rejection slip is a writing project I can’t seem to see through to the end. Sometimes this manifests as an inability to finish a piece I am writing; at other times this manifests as an inability to put the finished piece out there into the world. […]
LTUE Post Mortem, by Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
I’m going to be playing catchup over the next couple blog posts. I blame the government. Life the Universe and Everything was as good as ever from the point of view of the attendees. The only exception, of course, was their arbitrary rule that I can’t do my Plot a Novel in an Hour presentation […]