Attending this past weekend’s MFRW seminar is one of the best choices I’ve ever made!

Not only did I learn a boat load of fabulous marketing info, which I hope to recap for all of you. But, I met some incredible people and have started booking guest posts and interviews for the blog.

That’s right, starting Wednesday we will have some guests dropping by.

This week we have Elaine Cantrell booked for Wednesday, discussing “Bringing Your Characters To Life” and Krista D. Ball is scheduled for Friday with a special surprise. Be sure to show up, because these ladies have some fabulous posts to offer you.

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I’m in the middle of booking guests for August at the moment. If you’d like to be a guest, or interviewed feel free to contact me. If you’d like me to be a guest on your blog, by all means contact me and we will work something out.

This place is getting busier, but at least once or twice a week we will stick to the good old writing advise articles and honing our craft. That is after all what this blog is geared for.

If there is a specific subject you’d like me to cover, please feel free to suggest it in a comment. I created this place to help our writing community and I can’t do that if you don’t speak up.

 

 

About kittyb78

Catrina Barton is a licensed Kung-Fu Instructor of the Black Dragon style, and draws on that experience to make her fight scenes both realistic and action packed. She enjoys being surrounded by the stark beauty of mother nature. Whether it's a moon-lit starry sky, or a picnic by a peaceful waterfall cascading from the mountain side. Growing up no matter where she was physically, she always had at least one book in her hands and spent every free moment lost in a book. It's only natural that as she grew up, her passion for reading grew into an even stronger passion for writing, especially Young Adult Paranormal Romances. She is a proud member of many writing and marketing groups, and an active participant at Critique Circle and several other crit groups. Favorite personal quote: "An author cannot grow without both constructive criticism and encouragement."

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