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”

A Writing Tip from Traci Sanders

Meet Traci Sanders. Traci Sanders is a multi-genre, multi-award-winning author of ten published titles, with contributions to three anthologies. An avid blogger and supporter of Indie authors, she writes parenting, children's, romance, and nonfiction guides. Author Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AWordWithTraci/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tmsanders2014 Blog: http://www.awordwithtraci.com Amazon page: Traci M Sanders "My ultimate goal is to provide great stories and quality content … Continue reading A Writing Tip from Traci Sanders

Perfect Character, Guest Post by J.M. Richardson

Meet J.M. Richardson. J.M. Richardson is an American author of action, suspense, and political fiction. His works include The Twenty-Nine Series, as well as the James Beauregard novels, The Apocalypse Mechanism and The Barataria Key. Richardson was born and raised in southeast Louisiana, near New Orleans. As a young man, he was fascinated with history, … Continue reading Perfect Character, Guest Post by J.M. Richardson

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Carrie Cross

Meet Carrie Cross. *Partial bio taken from Carrie's Amazon author page. Carrie Cross is an avid reader who fell in love with books as a little girl after reading Goodnight Moon. She wrote her first “book” at age four: Blackie the Little Black Dog and the Flying Washing Machine. Carrie discovered her love of mysteries … Continue reading Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Carrie Cross

Day 7: Writing; Karen A. Wyle

Meet Karen A. Wyle. Karen A. Wyle is the author of seven novels and an appellate attorney with more than thirty years' experience. A cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, she worked for law firms and the California Court of Appeal before establishing her solo practice in Bloomington, Indiana. Wyle has filed amicus briefs in the … Continue reading Day 7: Writing; Karen A. Wyle

Day 7: Writing; Rayne Hall

Meet Rayne Hall. Rayne Hall is the author of over sixty books, mostly dark fantasy and creepy horror, as well as editor of the Ten Tales fantasy and horror anthologies, both traditionally and indie published. Her acclaimed Writer's Craft series has 22 titles so far: Writing Fight Scenes, Writing Scary Scenes, Writing About Villains, Writing … Continue reading Day 7: Writing; Rayne Hall

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