Category Archive: Guest Blog

Aug 29

Writing True Crime with JoAnne Myers

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Welcome back JoAnne Myers back today.  JoAnne writes fantasy, paranormal, mystery, true crime, and poetry.  Today JoAnne is sharing tips for writing true crime. She’s also sharing a story that is based on true fact, and that happened in her own home town.   Tips on How to Write True Crime   First you must pick …

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Jul 31

Writing Paranormal with JoAnne Myers

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My guest today brings ghost stories with her.  JoAnne Myers writes in a variety of genres including paranormal, mystery, true crime and fantasy. Over the coming weeks she’ll visit a number of times to show case her different novels.  Today, JoAnne is going to talk about writing paranormal.  Welcome JoAnne.   WRITING PARANORMAL   When it comes to fiction writing, …

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Apr 30

Where’s the fun in writing erotic romance?

We’re inside the Big Top and celebrating the release of The Sin Circus! Today I’m over visiting Kerry at Romance in the Highlands. What am I talking about? Oh, yeah The Fun of Writing Erotic Romance. Please jump on over there and say hi!  

Feb 28

It’s a Double Header of Brand New Releases!

I’m so excited to today to share two, count them TWO, brand new releases with you from two fabulous ladies.  AVAILABLE TODAY! First up, the wonderful  Jennifer James. Ten Things I Miss (Or Don’t) About My Motorcycle That’s right. Once upon a time before Tiny Divas and writing books and that one time at band …

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Jan 20

Wow! What a weekend!

  Friends with Benefits is finally out in the world, and seems to be doing pretty well!   Today’s the final day of the  promo blitz, so don’t forget to enter to win the giveaway.  See at the bottom of this post for the Rafflecopter Entry.   Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting …

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Jan 13

Truth is Sometimes Stranger Than Fiction

  My guest today is M. S. Spencer with her Romantic Suspense The Mason’s Mark: Love and Death in the Tower.  Welcome M.S.   Truth is Sometimes Stranger Than Fiction The Mason’s Mark arose in part out of a true story. Starting in the 1940s an Italian named Licio Gelli embarked on a lifetime of …

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Jan 03

Rebekah R. Ganiere asks: What are your goals for 2014?

I have the pleasure today of introducing you to fellow Etopia Press author Rebekah R. Ganiere, who has a brand new release TODAY!!!  Hey everyone! Thanx a bunch Anne for having me! After doing a very intense November NaNoWriMo and finishing the third book in my Fairelle fairytale retelling series, I decided to take the month of …

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Dec 04

Wife Saver’ Brunch Casserole

My guest today is Maureen Fisher.  Maureen is a fellow author, as well as the current President of our local RWA Chapter, Ottawa Romance Writers’ Association.  I do believe Maureen is the first local author I’ve hosted, so I’m absolutely pleased to share my little place on the web with her, plus, she brings food! Maureen Fisher writes …

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Oct 30

Music and Writing by Amber Skyze

My guest today is Amber Skyze. Amber is talking about how music has influenced her stories.  I’ve taken the liberty of including the videos she’d referred to… Welcome Amber! Since a child I’ve connected to music on many different levels. I love all different types, but lean more towards Rock/Heavy Metal. I listen to music …

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Oct 29

Where would we be without words?

“Words, words, words, words, I’m so sick of words,” sang Eliza Doolittle to Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady. Today I welcome Charmaine Gordon.  Charmaine has written a short story series of Mature Romance under the umbrella title of The Beginning. . .Not The End.  It’s about sexy seniors full of fun, still capable and full …

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