Mince Pies and Movies by Kiltie Jackson, author of A Rock ‘n’ Roll Lovestyle

Today, I’ve got a wonderful guest post by Kiltie Jackson, author of A Rock ‘n’ Roll Lovestyle. There’s also a giveaway; the rafflecopter’s at the bottom of the post. Mince Pies and Movies by Kiltie Jackson Sukie McClaren, the leading lady in my novel A Rock ‘n’ Roll Lovestyle, is over …

A Visit to Bar Harbor, Maine – Guest Post by Heather McCoubrey, author of Back to December

Today, Heather is taking us to visit one of the setting locations from Back to December. When Cooper invites Anna to go away for a weekend, he takes her to a little town called Bar Harbor, Maine. Bar Harbor holds a special place in my heart: two days after my wedding, …

Guest Post by Lauren Carr, author of A Fine Year for Murder (with giveaway)

An Author By Any Other Name …. By Lauren Carr (aka Jack’s wife, Tristan’s Mom, Marilyn Mayhem, and Beast Master) Occasionally, I receive an email from an author terrified of using Facebook, the Internet, or any social media for fear of friends and relatives identifying them. Once, I received an …

The Missing Link in the Diet Industry: Guest post by Dede Barbanti, author of Transform: The Secret to Unlocking the Perfect You

The Missing Link in the Diet Industry It’s unfortunate, but the diet industry has tricked people into believing that they have to continuously consume their breakthrough product, pill, shake, boxed meals or follow their program if they want to lose weight. Most popular diet programs or products give you that …

3 Keys to Turn the Dream of Writing Into Reality: Guest post by Michael Allan Scott, author of Grey Daze

3 Keys to Turn the Dream of Writing Into Reality by Michael Allan Scott Dreams To Reality – I saw a statistic in a blog, recently – “85% of readers dream of publishing their own book.” This may or may not be accurate, but I wouldn’t be surprised. The trick …

Everything Old is New Again: Guest Post by Andra Watkins, author of Not Without My Father

Today, I’m happy to welcome Andra Watkins, author of Not Without My Father, to my notebooks. She’s talking a bit about her walk on the Natchez Trace. Everything Old Is New Again by Andra Watkins For 10,000 years, souls both animal and human have walked the Natchez Trace. It’s older …