Category Archives: Guest Post

Bargad: Teaching Children About the Environment

Tweet My guest today is Subhash Kommuru, who has a written a picture book about Bargad, the banyan tree, the effects of modernization on the environment, and the importance of connecting children to their cultural heritage. I’ve reviewed the book below, but first, I asked Subhash to do a guest post on the effects of […]

“Teleportation in the rain” – Why I write for Teenagers

Tweet   “Teleportation in the rain” – Why I write for Teenagers. A Guest Post By Tim Flanagan Writing for teenagers is refreshing! It provides me, as a writer, a lot more freedom to write ideas and possibilities than I could ever get away with in an adult book. Teenagers are much more likely to […]

The Normal in Paranormal

Tweet Guest Post by international bestselling author, Stacy Eaton: Silverberry, thank you so much for allowing me to visit with you and your readers today! I am always honored to be a guest and share my thoughts, feelings and my writing! I write Paranormal books, and you recently asked me how I use normal life […]

Parenting Tips For New Experiences

Tweet Parenting Tips For New Experiences Guest Post, by Nicole and Damir Fonovich, co-creators of Luca Lashes children’s eBooks and apps Every day parents are confronted with a new experience that their child will have. All parents struggle with this issue, and ask themselves so many questions that confusion typically reigns supreme: “Is my child […]

The Most Common Mistake in Fantasy Writing

Tweet     I’m thrilled to have S. M. Boyce joining us today for a guest post. Boyce is a fantasy and paranormal fiction novelist who also dabbles in contemporary fiction and comedy. Author Thomas Winship said of her work, “Boyce’s storytelling is so rich and deftly executed that I found myself bouncing between pure […]

Choosing a Good Book

Tweet   I’m thrilled to have author Andrea Buginsky join us today for a guest post. Andrea is a freelance writer and the author of The Chosen, a young adult series that one reviewer called, “An all out questing high fantasy.” She has enjoyed writing since childhood; no surprise then that in college she decided […]