Looking For Authors Who Want To Feature Their Book(s) On My Blog

I created a discussion like this last year and I'm beginning to get near my free slots so I thought I'd reopen submissions. I am looking for authors who would like to spotlight their book(s) on my blog. In the post I would include the cover, description, genre, links, author picture and bio. I would like to keep this regular feature on my blog but need your books to make that happen.

My blog is mainly focused on YA and NA but as long as I'm happy posting the cover (i.e not erotica/graphic novels) I will consider your book if you want me to. I'm open to most novels for spotlights as I like seeing what's out there as I read a lot of genres.

Take a look at my blog Lost to Books and if you're interested you can contact me here or at logansienna [at] gmail [dot] com. 

All the best,


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Dear Sienna,

Here's the cover of my middle grade book. It's suitable for animal lovers, and father's day, and all lovers of fairy tales.  My website is http://www.chroniclesofkingbigbear.com/   

Hi Christine,

If you email me the cover, description, genre, links to the book and your sites, an author picture and bio I will set up a spotlight for my next available date. My email is logansienna [at] gmail [dot] com.



I would like review your book! You can send me a print copy for my address e-mail me at vsbelley@gmail.com

My book is The Last Enchantress.  It's young adult here is the link:http://www.amazon.com/THE-LAST-ENCHANTRESS-ebook/dp/B00CF1E6RK/ref=...

Hi Judith,

I'd be happy to spotlight your book. If you email me the cover, description, genre, links to the book and your sites, an author picture and bio to  logansienna [at] gmail [dot] com I will set one up for my next available date.



I'm interested. Here's a pic of the cover will try and email you now

website/occasional blog post: http://thelushlonghaircareguide.com


Thanks Allison, if you email me the cover, description, genre, links to the book and your sites, an author picture and bio to  logansienna [at] gmail [dot] com I will set one up for my next available date.



Hello Sienna,

I am very interested.  Here is a link to my novel completed early this year.  Will also email you with more details.




Kindest regards,



Sienna,  I'd LOVE to have you spotlight my book, here is the basic information!

When Katie finds a cat hiding in her mother's garden, she has no idea the kinds of adventure that await her. A new kid appears in school at the same time Katie's friends and family begin having nightmares, and she begins to have amazingly vivid dreams. In her dreams this new cat speaks to her, telling of darkness that has invaded the Dream Realm and encouraging her to begin a journey to help save not only the Dream Realm but the real world as well. Max, the new kid in school, has a dog that seemed to adopt him. Just as the cat had claimed Katie. Max's mom recently died in a car accident and his father had a very difficult time dealing with her death. That left Max alone and without any friends other than his new dog. Katie, her family and her friends learn that a simple, caring gesture is sometimes all it takes to change the course of the world. Join Katie and Max as they learn the true power of our dreams and the importance of our friendships.



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I am looking for someone to recommend and/or mention my book on their blog.  This is a middle grade fiction book, written for the kids who are too old for 'Magic Tree House' and too young for Harry Potter.  The Accelerator Reader Program puts it at a 4th grade reading level.


Hi Sienna, very interested in this for both of my books! They are suitable for YA, here's the details:

The Atomic Circus by K C Finn

Genre: Crime/Mystery

Description: A story is never a good story unless it starts with a murder. The more unusual the murder, the better the story, generally speaking. Meet Caecilius (KAI-KILL-EE-USS) Rex, a young detective in the not-too-distant future, a smog-filled post apocalyptic world riddled with crime and conspiracy. When a new case quite literally falls at Rex's feet, he teams up with his neighbour and associate Kendra Nai, an ex-army sergeant recently dismissed, to investigate. Little do they know that the events of The Atomic Circus will be the first step to solving the case of a lifetime.

Links: http://www.amazon.com/The-Atomic-Circus-Caecilius-Volume/dp/1482732...



Counterclockwise by K C Finn

Genre: Crime/Mystery

Description:Following the events of The Atomic Circus, Detective Caecilius Rex returns with a whole new mystery to solve. A series of stranglings spark a new intrigue for the young detective that is fraught with danger, along with an unlikely alliance and a startling discovery that will turn Rex’s world upside down. Continue the mysterious journey with the second volume in the Caecilius Rex saga.

Links: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Atomic-Circus/148122065353125


If you need any more info please let me - thanks for the consideration!

Hi Kimberley,

When I have a free moment I will schedule the books. Do you want them in one or two separate posts? Also, if you could send me an author bio, pic if you want one and any links to your blog, website, social networking etc you want added on here or to my direct email above ( I check that more often) that would be great too. 



Hi Sienna,

I am very interested in a book spotlight for my new book as you did a great job for me last year with Run for your life! 

The book is called knocking on heaven's door and here is the cover. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you in advance.

Diane Wilkie


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