Guest Post: “Library Love” by Liz Kerin

Meet Liz Kerin. Liz Kerin is an author, screenwriter, and playwright living in Los Angeles. She earned her degree in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. The Phantom Forest is her first novel. Social Media: Instagram | Twitter   The Guest Post.   "Library Love" Anyone who becomes a published author probably … Continue reading Guest Post: “Library Love” by Liz Kerin

Guest Post with Kaya Quinsey: “Writing With Time in Mind”

Meet Kaya Quinsey. Kaya Quinsey holds her undergraduate and master’s degree in psychology. Her first novel, Paris Mends Broken Hearts, was released in April 2018. Her second book, A Coastal Christmas, was released in October 2018. Her books have sold in seven countries. Kaya’s passion for culture, travel, and psychology blend for a reading style that is fun, … Continue reading Guest Post with Kaya Quinsey: “Writing With Time in Mind”

Guest Post: “Small Business Thoughts for the Strange” with Haley Jenkins from Selcouth Station

Meet Haley Jenkins. Haley Jenkins holds a Creative Writing Master's Degree from The University of Surrey and a Creative Writing Bachelor's Degree from The University of Roehampton. In 2016, Haley was awarded First Prize in the Elmbridge Literary Competition for her short story 'Talisman' and in 2014 won 3rd Prize in the Hopkins Poetry Prize. She … Continue reading Guest Post: “Small Business Thoughts for the Strange” with Haley Jenkins from Selcouth Station

Interview with Author Victoria Browne

Meet Victoria Browne. I was born and raised in south London. As a child, I would dream of becoming a writer but sadly dyslexia hindered this dream. ​Dyslexia for a creative writer is a cruel disability. I carried a vocabulary in my head that did not match my spelling ability. At the age of twenty-five, … Continue reading Interview with Author Victoria Browne

Guest Post: Harsha Sheelam’s Self Publishing Tips

Meet Harsha Sheelam. Harsha Sheelam always had the passion for writing. In the year 2016, she practiced writing more extensively. This led to her recognition in newspapers, magazines, blogs, and digital content. She possesses versatility in writing stories, debatable topics, politics, social, fashion, entertainment, reviews, fashion and lifestyle. Today she is a children’ book author, … Continue reading Guest Post: Harsha Sheelam’s Self Publishing Tips

Meet Marie Marquardt and her project #ReadForChange

Meet Marie Marquardt. I am an author of young adult novels, a college professor, and an immigration advocate. How are these all connected? After many years as a researcher, service provider, and – most importantly – friend with immigrants to Georgia, I felt frustrated. I often spoke to groups about our broken immigration system and … Continue reading Meet Marie Marquardt and her project #ReadForChange

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