Category: On Writing

Amazon’s New KDP Print Feature is Bad News for CreateSpace Users – Diane Tibert

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Should you be printing your books with KDP instead of Createspace?       Today’s reblog is an interesting look at what the pros and cons are for authors to create their paperbacks on KDP as opposed to using Createspace. It may be beneficial for some, but as far as mine and Diane Tibert’s opinion […]

Guest Author Feature – Balroop Singh – Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person

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  Today’s guest feature is author/blogger and friend, Balroop Singh. She is a nonfiction writer and a poet.   I met Balroop through blogging when I found so many of her posts resonated with my own personal beliefs. Balroop is a beautiful spirit, and an eternal optimist despite weathering many storms in her past, and all […]

How can we encourage more readers to leave reviews for our books? | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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Encouraging readers to leave book reviews:     Today’s reblog is an important post written by Sally Cronin. Sally wrote this post as a great window for readers to look into the importance of writing reviews on books they read as feedback for authors and future readers. For authors, Sally’s post offers various ways we […]

Guest Author Feature – Doris Heilmann of Savvybookwriters.com

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I am thrilled to introduce you all to Doris Heilmann, author and publisher at 111 Publishing. Doris is the ‘woman behind the curtain’ at Savvybookwriters.com. Many of you who like to stay current with what’s happening in the publishing world may be familiar with Doris and her most informative website where she contributes myriad of […]

Sunday Book Review – The Body in the Snow – Christoph Fischer

Body in the snow by Christoph Fischer

  Today’s review is on another book I recently read from by a friend an author whose books I enjoy very much, Christoph Fischer’s , The Body in the Snow. Christoph is known for his writing in the historical fiction genre and dived into a new genre with this book, a cozy mystery, which I thoroughly enjoyed! […]

Who Has a New Book? – Guest author Sally Cronin – What’s in a Name?

Featured author of the week

  I’m delighted to have over here today, author/blogger and great supporter of other artists, the talented Sally Cronin.   Sally always amazes me because she reads many blogs, shares many on her own blog,  hosts various series and promotions, and writes her own posts in various categories such as: short stories, health and nutrition, […]

The Single Most Useful Editing Tool I’ve Used – #NaturalReader | The Write Stuff

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  Today I’m sharing a fantastic post from friend and author Marcia Meara, about a useful editing tool she’s discovered for reading our work in Natural Reader back to us aloud. Please have a look at Marcia’s post below and feel free to let us know if you’ve tried this app and what you like […]

New Reviews for P.S. I Forgive You and Conflicted Hearts by D.G. Kaye

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There is only one thing more rewarding for an author than receiving a five star review, and for me, that is learning that my books have touched the hearts of those who read my stories. Today I’m sharing two new recent reviews I received last week, one each for Conflicted Hearts and P.S. I Forgive […]

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Book Reading and Interview – D.G. Kaye | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

D.G. Kaye interviews

I’ve just had the pleasure of being interviewed over at Sally Cronin’s Virtual Cafe and Bookstore!   Sally’s blog is truly a Smorgasbord of delights, full of daily goodies such as author interviews, new books by authors, updates on great reviews, short stories, health advice, laughter, and so much more. I promise you, there is […]

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