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Monthly Archives: November 2015
The other day I made a post about Literal Book Covers (covers that are literally terrible). I’m kind of obsessed with book covers so I’ll probably be doing a few posts about them in the coming weeks. I don’t just … Continue reading
As a bibliophile and book tour host, dozens (if not hundreds) of books come across my radar every day. Very few get more than a cursory glance. I’m very busy and if your cover/hook don’t grab me immediately, I’m going … Continue reading
Title: Eleanor’s Gift Author: Isis Sousa Genre: Gothic/Dark Fantasy/Horror/Paranormal Publisher: Tragic Books Release Date: Oct 30 2015 Edition/Formats Available In: eBook & Print Illustrations: Characters and Ornaments Pencil Sketches Blurb/Synopsis: Eleanor’s Gift is a Gothic short story, adorned with black … Continue reading
When I was 18, I married a 40-year-old man. That age difference isn’t quite as shocking as the 53-year age difference between former Playboy Playmate Holly Madison and Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner, but it was enough that I almost instantly … Continue reading
Move over Caitlyn, adventure filmmaker went from girl to boy to woman in just fifty years. Zuzubean Press is excited to announce the Nov. 10, 2015 release of “Getting Back to Me” from girl to boy to woman in just … Continue reading
The Legend of Lady Godiva: How to find a Historical Heroine This blog post comes to us from Eliza Redgold, author, academic and unashamed romantic. NAKED: A Novel of Lady Godiva was released by St Martin’s Press in 2015. “You … Continue reading
Today I’m happy to be hosting a guest post by Giselle Simlett, the author of Girl of Myth and Legend. She is going to talk about funding your self-published book through Kickstarter. Last year, I successfully used Kickstarter to help … Continue reading
Today I’m happy to be hosting Kelee Morris, the author of Goddess. She is going to tell you the secrets to writing great sex scenes! How to Write a Great Sex Scene Sex is boring. Okay, maybe not when you’re … Continue reading