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Guest Post: The Beginning of Ink Monster

About Danielle Modafferi Director of Marketing and Acquisitions at Ink Monster Books Danielle Modafferi loves inventing words, exploring new destinations (both in reality and in her wild mind), and performing random acts of kindness. She earned her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction... Continue Reading →

Sarah Stuart’s Guest Post: A Guide to Self Publishing on a Budget

Meet Sarah Stuart. Sarah Stuart is an award-winning author and a book reviewer for Readers’ Favorite. Her passions are theatre, music, wildlife, history, and travel, all of which come together in the Royal Command series. She writes because she enjoys... Continue Reading →

Monster Hunting with Michael Okon

Meet Michael Okon. Michael Okon is an award-winning and best-selling author of multiple genres including paranormal, thriller, horror, action/adventure and self-help. He graduated from Long Island University with a degree in English, and then later received his MBA in business... Continue Reading →

Chasing Nirvana Tour + Road Trip Playlist

Chasing Nirvana by Elyn Oaksmith Genre: YA Coming of Age Romance/LGBTQ Release Date: October 2017 Summary: Fran Worth is just another girl trying to make it through senior year at Weatherwax High in Aberdeen, Washington. But it's 1993 and Fran... Continue Reading →

Hunter’s Moon Tour + Guest Post + Excerpt

Hunter's Moon by Tess Grant Genre: YA Paranormal Release Date: January 17th 2017 Books We Love Ltd. Summary from Goodreads: Kitty Irish has heard all the rumors swirling around Daniel Phinney. Most of them involve a gun, a flask, and... Continue Reading →

The Google Search History of An Author; Guest Post by Helen Scheuerer

Meet Helen Scheuerer. Helen Scheuerer is a YA fantasy author from Sydney, Australia. ‘Heart of Mist’ is the first book in her high fantasy trilogy, ‘The Oremere Chronicles’. It explores themes of identity, belonging, loyalty, addiction, loss, and responsibility. After... Continue Reading →

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