Author Spotlight Promo Authors who long to be in the spotlight this is for you! This blog is looking for writers to spotlight. Each year twelve writers are spotlighted one per month. The spotlight posts are shared four times in the month they run in. What is required? Each spot costs $30 paid upfront via... Continue Reading →
The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly Want to know if your book is good, bad, or just ugly? The picky reader in me is looking for a good read. If you want your book to be considered for one of the twelve spots I have open, then here is what I need from you.... Continue Reading →
Parts of a whole I have been looking through the notes I took on rejected books from 2017 that I had read, attempted to read, or almost finished reading. I admit that I have been searching for books to review, but also looking at what I see other writers doing wrong. When you write a... Continue Reading →
January Spotlight Author Chelsea Moye is a wife, mother, pet parent, and an Independent Author. She has an AS in General Studies from Faulkner State Community College and a BS in English from Troy University. She minored in creative writing.
One of the things I enjoy doing is reading, and it is always a pleasure to be asked to review the works of my peers. I just finished two rather good books, and I thought I would share my thoughts on them with you here. If you are looking for something a bit different, these... Continue Reading →
Crash Landing: Fall into your inner carnie (Hidden in Vein) (Volume 1) Above link is an Amazon Affiliate link. This blog earns money for your shopping via the links provided. Hidden in Vein Hidden in Vein is a book, written by co-writers/friends Cassie Vick and Savvy McFarland. Solana is a troubled girl with a mother dearest... Continue Reading →
The Secret of the Storm Clicking the above link will take you to an Amazon Affiliate page. Puts flesh on evil... Something's rotten in Slauson Cove, but it's not this sweet read! You will find this an electrifying story by author Anne Belle. Elora is a true to life character who could easily... Continue Reading →