If you are an author, especially one that I have featured here on my blog, and would be interested in doing a guest blog post, leave me a comment. I would be happy to talk about that.
I'm down for cover reveals too! That would be so much fun!
Character interviews, which I'm not very knowledgeable about, I'll be frank, also sound cool. So if you want that, then I'm so up for a try!
Also, if anyone would like to do an Author Interview here is a list of questions. Just pick however many, it doesn't have to be all of them, and email me the answers. I'll give my email to any author interested in this! Or Direct Message on Twitter! It would make me so super duper happy if someone wanted to do this!!! (if you'd be interested in a shorter easier version for Christmas click here)
1: What was your first book?
2: When did you start writing?
3: If you weren't a writer, what would you be?
4:What is your most recent book?
5: Any books upcoming?
6: Who was your favorite author growing up and why?
7: If you've ever co-authored, is it harder than doing it on your own?
8: What are a few main differences between co-authoring and doing it yourself?
9: What has been the most encouraging comment you've gotten on a book?
10: What are some things that you would say to fans if you met them?
11: What was your favorite part of one of your books to write?
12: About how long does your typical book take to write?
13: Outline or Make it up as you go?
14: What is your cure for writer's block? Or do you even get that?
15: Which of your characters is most like you?
16: Why did you pick the genre you write in?
17: Are any of your characters/plots drawn heavily from your own background?
18: What social media do you like to share your works through most? How can readers best connect with you?
19: What was the most difficult thing about publishing your first book?
20: How do you choose the names for your characters? Do you research the etymology of the names you use?
21: What is, in your opinion, the best book you wrote?
22: Do you do book tours/signings? If so is there a schedule already?
23: What book do you wish you would have written?
24: Which of your character would you want to be your best friend?
25: What advice can you give to fledgling writers?
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Hi Erica! I just released my latest book, The Struggle is Real, and would love to share a copy of my book for you to review. :) I'd also be happy to participate in an author interview! If you're interested, please email me!ReplyDelete
I went through and answered a bunch or your interview questions. Fun! Where shall I send them? My email is email@example.com. I am also wondering if you would be interested in reviewing my most recent title. It is Christian Literary non-fiction.
Thanks in advance,
Erica I would be honored to fill your next open Christmas slot!ReplyDelete
Does December 14th work for you? Or 16th? Thanks so much for being interested!Delete
I would love to do an interview! I’m just starting out as an author. My first book, The Unknown Hero, is science fiction adventure brimming with clever schemes, vibrant characters, and intricate worlds. Let me know where I should send my answers to the interview questions. E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
My novel, "The Secret in the Cliffs", has recently been traditionally published by eLectio Publishing. It was released on September 6, 2018. It is an action/adventure novel (with a touch of humor) for late elementary aged children and up. I have also had several adults read the book who tell me that they greatly enjoyed it. I am a Christian parent myself and have had a passion for children to have reading material that is faith-based. This is what inspired me to write this book. I will gladly send you a copy of the book, but in the meantime, you can find it on my website kristintuckerbooks.com. You can reach me by email at email@example.com. I would truly appreciate it if you would review my book.
I am interested in author interview. Need your email address to send them to you. Mine is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
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I'd love to answer your interview questions. Where shall I send them?ReplyDelete
You may submit them through the contact box on the right-hand side!Delete
I am writing to invite you to write a review on Eco Bible, for your blog. It's been a #1 Bestseller and New Release in multiple categories on Amazon Kindle, including Christian Hermeneutics. Is there an email that works best to contact you at?
More information on Eco Bible is also available here: https://www.amazon.com/Eco-Bible-Ecological-Commentary-Genesis/dp/173533880X
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I hope all is well.
I recently came across your work and enjoyed your content very much. My co-author and I have written a similar novel that I think your audience would love and was wondering if you would be interested in giving it a read, telling me what you think, and sharing it with your viewers. You can learn more about the book on my website, (https://danadargos.com), or the Amazon link, (https://www.amazon.com/Einstein-Attic-Dana-Dargos/dp/B09RNWBBGT/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1643897257&sr=8-1), but I’m happy to send you a free copy of the entire book. Please message me back and let me know.
I have also attached a press release, (which has been featured on 240 news outlet sites, including "Market Watch"), to this email to provide you with more details on the novel: https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/a-search-for-truth-adventurous-sci-fi-novel-einstein-in-the-attic-making-big-waves-on-amazon-2022-02-23
Thank you so much for your time,
Author Dana Dargos
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My name is Christopher Grant, and I am a Canadian writer and producer. I would like to submit my novel, 'The Father, the Son & the Slave', as a candidate for review.ReplyDelete
You know the Passion narrative. This is the story behind it.
Metlip, Nubian slave of master carpenter Josef of Nazareth, is roused in the night by the carpenter’s estranged son, Iesu, defying exile to learn the truth of his paternity. No longer the angry rebel who was banished from his home, Iesu intends to remake the world Josef depends on to shield a life-long secret that could mean his death.
Absent for the last three years, Iesu seeks answers for two questions. One inspires a family journey to Jerusalem. The other reaches into the past, rekindling old conflicts with fresh tensions that force the three men to question their beliefs, their fears and their relationships with one another. From Nazareth south through the Jordan Valley and up the western escarpment to Jerusalem, the present is layered with details from the past, blending history and scripture into a compelling tale that will stay with the reader long after the story's climax.
Thank you for your time.
I am writing to you today on behalf of my father. My father wrote an amazing book about Discipleship... he has spent his entire life working on this subject. I am writing simply to ask how to go about getting a book reviewed?
The book is titled The Great Commission and You: Disciple Making in Daily Practice. It's available wherever books are sold. And honestly it's a great and important book!
As I assume you get endless emails with suggestions and books constantly thrown your way, this book is a little over 75 pages. It was intended to inspire the everyday man, pastors, church leaders and churches to refocus on the mission of disciple making.
He’s a great man. I’ve never met a more loving and amazingly selfless person in my life.
Thank you for taking your time to read this.
I would love to share my debut novel, No Matter What, with you in exchange for an honest review. Please feel free to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send a link for the full copy. In the meantime, here's a link to the first two chapters (no opt-in required): https://dl.bookfunnel.com/xod57dn2yqReplyDelete