Are you an author looking for some additional publicity for your latest book?
I host guest authors every Friday – any genre, both traditionally and self-published.
The post can take one of three formats: author interview, book excerpt or a guest post on any aspect of writing, publishing, or book marketing.
Sign up is on a first-come-first-served basis, though I do have a few Tuesday openings to accommodate special requests for dates related book tours, book releases or cover reveals. (Click the Featured Authors link to check out past authors.)
I have a few dates in April as well as all of May (and beyond) open.
If you are interested, send me a message along with any date requests, and we’ll take it from there.
Check out these past authors.
Guest Post – Candy Korman The Mary Shelley Game (thriller)
Excerpt – Louise Wise Eden (sci-fi romance)
Interview – Connie B. Dowell The Orchid Caper (humor/young adult)
My busy December was followed by a hectic January and the fact that I sometimes feel so behind with everything has made me come to a decision. As much as I enjoy writing three times a week on this blog, I need to cut it down to just twice a week. So from this day forward, I will no longer post about publishing and book marketing tips on Tuesdays. I will alternate those with my Thursday posts on writing.
This, of course, leaves Tuesdays open. I figure when I have the time I can always add a book update or announce a new release or perhaps even be able to handle the occasional author that inquires if I can host them as part of their book tour. (My Friday Featured Author feature is usually booked 3-7 months in advanced.) Yes, I think I will leave Tuesdays a little more open to accommodate other authors.
So if you have tour coming up in late February or March and are still looking for a host, please feel free to let me know using the form at the end of the post.
Or if you are releasing a book in May or June (or later) and would like to featured on my Friday Featured Author spot, feel free to contact me through the form below.