Month: January 2020

Week In Review

A funny confession, a lovely photo, and some great writing-related links today from Joan Hall over at her place today >>>   Sometimes I’m beginning to think doing NaNoWriMo caused some of my brain cells to disappear. For some reason,

Using Goodreads Listopia to Promote Your Books

Check out this great post from Mae Clair over at Story Empire today … are you brave enough to ask someone to add your book? >>> Hi, SEers! Mae here today with a small promo tactic you may not be

Wednesday Weirdness: The Ghosts of Time, Part 1

Fun with Wednesday Weirdness over at Mae Clair’s place today >>> We’ve often heard the expression “time stopped.” But can it really? As much as I love time travel speculating about traversing centuries, time flows in a single direction–forward. Despite

#CoverReveal: Grinders by C S Boyack @virgilante

Hi everyone. Today, I have great pleasure in hosting fellow author and friend while he tours the blogosphere revealing the cover for his latest book, Grinders. Having read and enjoyed Craig’s other books, I’m so looking forward to this next

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Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Author Updates #Reviews- #WritingProse Harmony Kent, #Fantasy Jack Eason, #Thriller Allan Hudson

One of my older publications … Polish Your Prose, which is all about how to self-edit your book, is getting some love over at Sally Cronin’s place today, along with a revisit of a recent 5 star review that I’m

#BookReview: Order No.227. From Stalin With Love by Marina Osipova @marosikok

Hi everyone. Today I share with you my second review of the week. This one is by an author I came across via Sally Cronin’s Cafe and Bookstore. I’ve haven’t read anything from this writer before, and being a fan

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Character Archetypes: The Hero

Check out a fun post from Craig Boyack today over at Story Empire >>> Hi Gang, Craig here today. Put on your tinfoil hats, because I’m about to create a wormhole in the writing world. Once Upon a time, I

The Light by @MarciaMeara

Hi everyone. Today, I am delighted to host fellow author and friend Marcia Meara, who is showcasing her latest book, The Light. I’ll let her tell you all about it >>> Thanks so much for having me here today, Harmony!

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#BookReview: The Bright Side of Darkness by J E Pinto

Hello everyone. Today I have another book review for you. This one is a book I’ve come across on a couple of blogs just lately. As the review says, it put me in mind of S E Hinton’s The Outsiders

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How to Publish with KDP: Part Two

Over at Story Empire today, I have the first in a series of posts on how to get your manuscript into both ebook and paperback. For essential formatting necessities, check out today’s installment >>>   Hello SErs. Harmony here. As

Week In Review

Joan Hall shares some great writing-related links today and a gorgeous photo shot from her front porch … take a look over at her place >>> Wow! It’s already Friday again. Not that I’m complaining, especially since I have a

The BookBub Experience

P H Solomon shares an insightful post about advertising with BookBub and how it worked for him. Check it out over at Story Empire >>> Hello, Story Empire readers! We seem to be sharing our November experiences this week. Wednesday

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update #Reviews #Poetry Bette A. Stevens, #Fantasy Fiona Tarr, #Fantasy D.Wallace Peach

Check out some great reads and reviews over at Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore today >>> Welcome to the Friday edition of the Author Update with recent reviews for authors on the shelves of the bookstore. The first author and poet

Lessons From NaNo ~ Planning Ahead

Check out Joan Hall’s post on writing and planning over at Story Empire … are you a planner, a pantser, or a plantser? >>>   Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you today. Some of you know I participated in NaNoWriMo

#NewBook: Inferno

Hi everyone. Today, it gives me great pleasure to host All Authors Publishing with the launch of their latest anthology, Inferno, which I am proud to be a part of >>> Greetings, one and all!   Today is the launch

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January Book Reviews! @JacqBiggar @Virgilante @MaeClair1 @teagangeneviene @rhanidchae

Some great books and reviews over at Denise Finn’s place … well worth checking out for your next reads >>> One Dyke Cozy by Rhani D’Chae  “One Dyke Cozy” is a short story about two girls that became best friends at

Resolutions for Writers

Check out an intersting post from Mae Clair today, on Story Empire, all about writing goals and resolutions. How do you do it? >>> Hello, SEers! You’re with Mae today, and I’ve got a New Year’s question for you—did you

#BookReview: Strangers by C L Taylor

Hi everyone, today I have another book review for you. This was another quick and fun read >>> About the Book: The Sunday Times bestseller and Richard & Judy Book Club author of Sleep returns with her most gripping book yet. Ursula, Gareth and

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Macro vs. Micro Thinking

Craig Boyack has a fun post today over on Story Empire all about writing >>> Hi Gang. Craig here, and you get me twice this week. I was on vacation when I wrote this post. It will go live shortly

Week in Review

Joan Hall has some useful writing links in her weekly roundup today >>> I’m still trying to get back into the swing of blogging. Amazing what taking a few weeks off will do. Some of you might know I was

#BookReview: Deadly Waters by Dot Hutchison

Hi everyone, it gives me great pleasure to share my latest book review with you all. This read is another NetGalley ARC … darn you, Mae Clair, for getting me onto NetGalley! I have enough to read without adding more,

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#NewBook: Eventide by Mae Clair

Hi everyone. Today, it gives me great pleasure to host fellow author and friend Mae Clair, who is showcasing her latest book, Eventide. Take it away, Mae >>> Hi, Harmony! Many thanks for welcoming me today to your blog. It’s

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#BookReview: The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Hi everone, Today, I share my first review for 202o! This was a free ARC book via NetGalley, and I loved it. I’ll let the book description and the review say the rest >>> About the Book: ‘A gripping novel .

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Expansion Pack: Character Archetypes + a trick

Check out some great writing tips over at Story Empire today from Craig Boyack >>> Hi gang. Craig here with you again. Last year sometime, I wrote a series here about The Hero’s Journey. This is a link to PART

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – #Reviews #Mystery James J. Cudney, #Memoir Brigid P. Gallagher, Children Annika Perry, #Romance Harmony Kent

Oh Baubles got some love just before Christmas over at Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore. I’m well late reposting because, firstly, I was away and unable to use the internet or my computer, and secondly, I ended up unwell (four viruses