If you’re an indie author I highly recommend you join the Alliance for Independent Authors. Set up by Orna Ross ten years ago, ALLi is the premier member organization for self published authors. ALLi has many great benefits for the indie author. They offer discounts for self publishing services, vet awards and companies that work… Continue reading Indie Author Top Tip for getting Advice on your Writing Career
BookRoar is a relatively new site dedicated to helping authors get book reviews. Before I published my first book I had no idea how important book reviews were. I rarely left a review, because I thought no one would be interested in what I had to say. That attitude changed as soon as I entered… Continue reading Indie Author Top Tip for getting Book Reviews
Picture prompts are a fun creative writing exercise. You find a picture and challenge yourself to write a short story or poem inspired by the image. Author David Rae is sharing a picture he drew every week on his blog, and encouraging readers to participate by posting a short story inspired by his drawing in… Continue reading Picture prompts for creative writing
USA Today bestselling author, S. K Gregory, is celebrating Women in Horror all month long over at her blog. She has lots of guest author articles, interviews and stories, so be sure to keep an eye on her blog this February (there might be a story from me!) Visit S. K Gregory’s blog Some of… Continue reading Good news, everyone!
Inspired by Kira Jeanette’s blog post about 5 horror tropes that DON’T scare you, I thought I’d write about some things that DO scare me. #1 Parasites and Body Horror I love animals, but I struggle when it comes to parasites, especially internal parasites (although ticks are high on my list of least liked animals).… Continue reading What Scares You?