Put up your latest blog posts to advertise your blog and do follows-for-follows!
That's mine. :)
Chad Williams was the quintessential California party dude. Whatever he did he excelled at and what he seemed to excel at most was getting drunk, high, and partying at all hours of the night. So it came as no little surprise to his family when he informed them that he wanted to become a Navy SEAL.
Author Guest Post: Alicia Singleton, author of Dark Side of Valor. Alicia provides us with a glimpse into the life of an author .. it is anything but boring! Enter her $100 Visa Gift Card Contest Giveaway!
I talk about why I turn down review requests. If you're a book blogger, feel free to jump in with your reasons! It can be very helpful to the authors out there.
Been busy, busy, busy as a bee as I approach the typing of the last period of my YA Paranormal/Time Travel/First Kiss romance novel.
I've posting a few more snippets from my WIP on my website. And I've made several posts to my blogs, so even though I've been too busy to make an appearance here, I'd like to invite everyone to check out my blog on the blog site you feel most comfortable in using.
Feedback would be GREATLY APPRECIATED.
You can also follow me on twitter.com at http://www.twitter.com/mypennameonly
Have a GREAT DAY
Robin Leigh Morgan
When I set out to write my book, which passionately/humorously tracks my journey to self-acceptance alongside the larger world's own path, my goal was to give hope to those who need it (parents and children of all ages, particularly). I am thrilled by the response I am getting from readers:
The Postmistress is good. Good as in, not great...
We are participating in the No Strings Attached Blog Hop. Stop by to enter for a chance to win a $20 Amazon gift card and hop on to other blogs for more giveaways.
My review of "Danny the Champion of the World" by Roald Dahl.
It seems like lots of book covers are getting makeovers these days.
How do you feel when a book you love gets a new cover?
My thoughts here
Companion Article to my review of John Dramani Mahama's Memoir "My First Coup D'Etat: