Category Archive: Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger: a bit of Wisdom

I Wonder…. I am part of a wonderful women writers’ group. About ten of us meet every month for lunch and go around the table updating the others on our progress, any new… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Sona Grover

It is said, show a photograph to a group of people and you’ll get a description from each person that is so different it would seem that they were not looking at the… Continue reading

Guess Blogger: Friday Fictioneers

Friday Fictioneer is a weekly writing challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Field. She posts a photograph and the challenge is to write a 100 word short story. I asked Rochelle if she’d like to… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Steve McEllistrem

Steve McEllistrem has been a writer and editor for more than 25 years. He is the author of the Susquehanna Virus series as well as the stand-alone novel The Man Who Found His… Continue reading

Useful Twitter Hashtags for Bloggers

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
What is a Hashtag? A hashtag, put simply, is a label or category that allows others to find something within a specific theme or content and are primarily…

34 Writing Contests in April 2018 – No entry fees…

Time to pull out those stories and see who’s interested in what your doing.

Guest Blogger: Judy Penz Sheluk

When Facts Find Their Way Into Fiction I’m often asked how I came up with the name of the Glass Dolphin antiques shop, which in turn lends its name to my amateur sleuth… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Shawn P. B. Robinson Pt 3

This is third blog post on self-publishing by Shawn P. B. Robinson. Click on Pt 1 or Pt 2 to reed his two blogs. Hey everyone, in my last two posts on Phyllis’… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Shawn P. B. Robinson Pt 2

Hey, in my last post on Phyllis’ blog (shout-out to Phyllis, she’s awesome), I shared a little bit about what started me on the Self-Publishing Blog process.  This time, I want to share… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Shawn P.B. Robinson – Part 1

I swore I never would self-publish. Far too much information and far too much trouble. Ah how things change with time. I now have two self-published novels and am working on two more… Continue reading