Authors can use Pinterest as a marketing tool.
TJ: Hello! Welcome to Author Spotlight where both new and veteran authors share a little about themselves and their work. Today we have M. York. Let’s get into it. Care to tell readers us about yourself?
M. York: Hey! I’m M. York. I was born in Tyler, Texas and I now live, with my wonderful husband, in the Great Frozen North of Northern Alberta. We have no pets yet, but I do intend to add a couple once we move later this year.
When I first heard of author branding, I rolled my eyes. I was at a three-day writers’ workshop, learning about the essentials of story craft through panels, participating in critique groups, and attending panels about different aspects of the business of publishing. The presenters were a small press and a cover artist. It was quite[…]
Ivy Morgan is a college student by day and fae slayer by night. Yes. You read that right. The fae want to open a portal to the Otherworld and it’s Ivy’s job to stop them.
Congrats! You’ve finished your novel! You’ve edited, revised, and polished that baby until it’s not only a well-crafted story, but flawless in execution. Here’s what you need to do next before you hit publish.
Vow Unbroken releases May 28th! To celebrate, I’ve put the e-book version of all three novellas in the Faerie Tales series on sale for .99c each for the month of May (Free on Kindle Unlimited). Three books for three bucks! I also wanted to share an excerpt from this tantalizing tale, filled with intrigue, action, and a little steam.
ACoGB is the third book in the From Blood and Ash Series. Poppy must decide whether she’s going to take the crown and become Queen of Atlantia. There are lots of betrayals and a scattering of adventures. Dialogue. So much freaking long-winded dialogue and inner monologue.
Interview with fantasy author Samantha Kroese
Second Sight is another term for clairvoyance or ESP, so my Second Sight romance series features stories where the protagonist works as a divination, occult, or alternative therapy specialist. They often use their fortune telling or basic empathy skills to get to the bottom of what their love interest or the antagonist wants. It’s also a play on the fact that the meet-cute is the first meeting, but the second time they see each other is really the one where they start to fall for each other or the stories get interesting. It’s like love at second sight.
If you have a newsletter and write fantasy, would you be interested in doing a newsletter swap? I have spaces available to advertise books in my premiere newsletter coming out this month. Please contact me through the contact page with a link to where your book is sold.
Genre: Fantasy Romantic Subplot? Eh. There’s a love triangle of sorts but the author didn’t spend a lot of time developing the romance. I really didn’t get why the Darkling had a thing for Alina, it was grossly hyped and seriously underdeveloped. Steam? Tepid. Plot: Evil dude wants to control the world, supposedly. Alina has[…]
TJ: Hello! Welcome to Author Spotlight where both new and veteran authors share a little about themselves and their work. Today we have P. A. Hayden and L. A. Cunningham.