❅ A New Year’s Eve Romance ❅ Guest Post by Author Rebecca Brooks! @BeccaBooks @EntangledPub

A New Year’s Eve Romance Guest Post by Rebecca Brooks Ah, New Year’s. The crowds, the noise, the ridiculous expense. The inability to feel your toes if you live, like I do, somewhere where winter temps make you want to curl up in pj’s with hot cocoa, not don a LBD and guzzle chilled champagne. […]

The Terrorists of Iraq, by Author Malcolm W. Nance @Tapstri : Guest Book Review by Ben Ready

This highly decorated, visible author is revising the first edition of this book in the wake of the most recent turmoil. His new edition contains valuable insight to many of the terrorist groups in the Iraq region including ISIS, which is being talked about on nearly every news outlet today. The book continues to draw […]

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Identity Theft, (The Novel): Guest Post by Author Laura Lee @LauraLeeAuthor

Please give a warm welcome to Author Laura Lee, who was kind enough to stop over at A Well Read Woman Blog! The following is Laura’s guest post, where she reveals ten things you didn’t know about her novel, Identity Theft. Identity Theft is a novel about a bored employee in the office of a rock star, […]

The Story Behind The Story: Guest Post By Author Faye Hall @FayeHall79

Have you ever wondered about the Author behind a book? I do, all the time. I asked Author Faye Hall to list five things about herself, and her book, Mistress of Purity, that others may not know. The following are her answers. You might be a bit surprised! Enjoy! 🙂 5 things you didn’t know […]

A Sense Of Place: Guest Post by Author Jo Bartlett @SoVainBooks @J_B_Writer

A Sense of Place I was born a stone’s throw from the white cliffs of Dover and have only once lived more than about half an hour from the coast, which I absolutely hated. I’m not sure whether that had anything to do with being further from the sea, though, or just because I was […]

I Never Found My Steven, But I Did Find My Story: #SearchingForSteven Blog Tour, Guest Post by Author Jessica Redland @JessicaRedland @SoVainBooks

My debut novel, Searching for Steven, was launched on 3rd June by So Vain Books and is available as a paperback and an eBook. My debut novella, Raving About Rhys (set before Steven but written as a stand-alone story), was released last month and is available in eBook format. This time last year, being a […]

AWRW Guest Post: What They Don’t Tell You About Getting Published, by Author Katie O’ Rourke

What They Don’t Tell You About Getting Published  Guest Post by Author Katie O’Rourke  My debut novel sold over 10,000 ebooks. Then, for reasons that still remain unclear to me, my publisher did nothing to promote my second book. They provided a professional edit and cover and put it on Amazon very, very quietly. It felt as if […]

If I Knew Then What I Know Now… Guest Post by Author Sophie Childs

  IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW by Sophie Childs, author of Behind the Scenes   If I knew then what I know now… I wouldn’t have spent 8 years living with someone I didn’t love. It wasn’t that he was a bad person, he just wasn’t the right person for me and […]

Guest Post by Author Pete Barber: Advice For Aspiring Authors

Welcome all! As part of the Love Poison tour, I have invited Author Pete Barber to write a guest post, advising aspiring authors how to drop the “aspiring” bit and become true authors. 😉 The following is his advice. Enjoy! Hi, April: Thank you for inviting me to write a guest post. Advice for Aspiring […]

Guest Blog Post: When I Knew It Was All Worthwhile, by Urban Fantasy Author Jennifer Allis Provost

Welcome everyone! I asked Urban Fantasy Author Jennifer Allis Provost about the moment in her career as an Author, that made it worthwhile to her. This was her response. 🙂 When I Knew It Was All Worthwhile It’s true that all professions have their ups and downs, but being a writer is nothing short of […]

Guest Blog Post: The Best Little (Nerdy) Bookstore in Queens, by Author Kendra L. Saunders

Enigma Bookstore in Astoria, Queens is still a relatively new bookstore, but it has the friendly presence of a neighbor you’ve known your whole life. Amid a selection of seemingly hand-picked fantasy, sci-fi and graphic novel titles, you can find anything and everything that your inner nerd bookworm might desire. In my opinion, though, the […]