Category Archive: Guest Blogger

Durga Killed the Bunny

Ever wonder why there’s no magic in the world? It’s all the Durge’s fault. On Wednesdays I like to promote other people’s work Today I’m promoting Rarasaua. It’s an interesting blog filled with… Continue reading

Dana Zalesky

On Wednesdays I promote other people’s work. This week, in honor of Christmas, I’m posting Dana Zalesky‘s Christmas Fairy. Dana is a talented artist. Her blog is dedicated to showing various stages of… Continue reading

Should You Publish or Self-Publish?

Kerri Miller of the morning show, Daily Circuit, on Minnesota Public Radio is a lover of books and an avid reader. Kerri often interviews authors about life, writing and their latest publication. Here… Continue reading

Justin P Lambert

There are bloggers who post just to express themselves. There are also bloggers who not only wish to express their thoughts, but who also post to develop a fan base for their creative… Continue reading

Ray Bradbury’s Birthday

August 22, 2012 would have been Ray Bradbury’s 92 birthday. In 2000, he spoke at the down town Minneapolis Library. In honor of his birthday, Minnesota Public Radio rebroadcast his talk, which you… Continue reading


Do you like poetry? Justin P Lambert has several published books of his poems. Here’s one about his daughter sleeping.

Story Time

Originally posted on Goran Zidar:
For those of you who don’t know. Story Time was an idea I came up with that attempts to bring the author and the audience closer together before…

Road to Success

A well-known scientific saying is: The road to success is littered with failure. Scientists are not known for giving up. Thomas Edison failed 1000 times before he invented the light bulb. But he… Continue reading

Losing your Manuscript! Urggg

This post written by: Arkat Tahir I remember the first time I lost all my stories. I was devastated. I had lost everything that I’d held dear for the last 6 months. You… Continue reading

From failure to success: JK Rowling

JK Rowling is the world’s only billionaire author. But she did not walk from childhood to the creator of Harry Potter. For her it was a long road of poverty and failure. Instead… Continue reading

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