#GuestPost ~ Robert Crouch #Author of the Kent Fisher Mysteries ~ The Challenges of Writing a Series @robertcrouchuk #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to welcome Robert Crouch with his guest post about the challenges of writing a series.

Over to you, Robert…

When you publish a novel, you’re never sure if it will appeal to readers.

When you release your novel into the crime fiction market, you’re up against some pretty tough competition.

When you write something different from anything else in the genre, you’re taking a chance.

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Mini #BlogBlitz ~ #GuestPost by Patricia Ann Bowen Author of The Cure #SciFi #Romance @WoodsgalWrites @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the mini blog blitz for The Cure, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

Today I have a guest post to share with you, so it’s over to Patricia…

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#GuestPost + #Giveaway ~ A Degree of Uncertainty by @NicolaKSmith #ContemporaryFiction @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for A Degree of Uncertainty, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

I have a giveaway and a guest post to share explaining how inanimate objects helped author Nicola K Smith portray her key protagonist, the dastardly Dawn Goldberg. Over to you, Nicola…

One of the key protagonists in A Degree of Uncertainty is Dawn Goldberg, the ruthlessly ambitious Vice Chancellor of Cornwall’s Poltowan University, who is set on expanding the institution regardless of the impact on local residents. She is a complex character with few confidantes – apart from a statue and a photograph…. 

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#GuestPost by #Author Jim Cowan ~ Is Britain realising its full potential? What do you think? #Political #Social @thebpotential #FridayReads

Today I have a guest post from Jim Cowan showcasing his book The Britain Potential. In the book Jim explains why he believes Britain isn’t reaching its potential. The Britain Potential can be purchased at Amazon  in paperback as well as via B&NKindle and kobo 

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#GuestPost from Joe Pulizzi #Author of The Will To Die ~ Free Audio Download #Mystery #Thriller @JoePulizzi

I’m delighted to welcome Joe Pulizzi with his guest post ~ 3 Things I Learned Moving from Business Writing to Fiction. Joe’s fiction novel The Will To Die eBook and Audible version will be release on 4th March 2020. In the meantime you can download the audio and listen for free here

Now over to Joe…

I started working in the content marketing industry 20 years ago. Everything I did from start until 2018 revolved around teaching businesses what content marketing was and how they could use it effectively.

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#GuestPost from Jim Alexander #Author of the Light ~ Where Does Time Go? @JimPlanetjimbot #Books #ScienceFiction

I’m delighted to welcome Jim Alexander with a guest post to celebrate the recent release of his second novel ‘the Light’. Jim’s debut novel ‘GoodCopBadCop’ is garnering four and five star reviews on Goodreads.

Just before I hand you over to Jim, here’s the description for ‘the Light’

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#GuestPost from Nancy Joie Wilkie #Author of Seven Sides of Self #ShortStories exploring various sides of one’s personality #FridayReads

Welcome to Nancy Joie Wilkie who has written a guest post about how she became a first time author. Nancy’s recently released book ‘Seven Sides of Self’ is a collection of short stories delving into the realms of science fiction and the metaphysical. Here’s the book info…

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#GuestPost from Gila Green #Author of #YA Novel No Entry @green_gila #Environmental

It’s a pleasure today to welcome Gila Green with a guest post. Gila has written a young adult, environmental fiction novel titled No Entry. Here’s what the book is about…

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Blog Tour #Guest Post from Derek Flynn #Author of The Dark #CrimeFiction #Thriller

It’s a pleasure to welcome Derek Flynn today with a guest post as part of the blog tour for his recently released novel, The Dark.

Derek’s post is about method writing…

We’ve all heard of “method acting”. This is where an actor completely immerses themselves in a character to the point where they “become” the character. But what about “method writing”?

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#BlogBlitz ~ Star in the Shadows by Helen Buckley #GuestPost + #Giveaway @rararesources @HelenCBuckley

I’m delighted to welcome Helen Buckley with a guest post as part of the Book Blitz, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, for her novel, Star in the Shadows.

Over to Helen…

Book babies – conceptions and creativity

Authors often fondly refer to their books as their “book babies”. The period of gestation may be long, even years, as each writer patiently forms their beloved creation.

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