Last week I promised to share how you can post on Mystery Mondays, and I will. But first let me show you the schedule till year-end. Check out the Mystery Mondays announcement for the schedule up to Oct 19th.
Mystery Mondays has the pleasure and honour of hosting the following authors:
Oct 26th: Jesse Giles Christensen – songwriter and bestselling author of Pelican Bay.
Nov 2nd: Kat Flannery – bestselling author of The Branded Series.
Nov 9th: C.S. Lakin – award-winning author of too many books to list 🙂 She’s gives us something to strive for.
Nov 16th: Gloria Ferris – award-wining author of the Cornwall & Redfern Mystery series.
Nov 23rd: Jayne Baynard – author of Canadian crime and literary fiction.
Nov 30th: Eileen Schuh – author of adult SciFi novellas and the YA BackTracker series.
Dec 7th: Howard Shrier -award-winning author of the Jonah Geller crime series.
Dec 14th: Laurence St. John – author of YA fantasy series Metatron.
Are you interested in guest blogging?
Due to the overwhelming interest in guest posting on Mystery Mondays, I will be accepting guest blog requests for 2016 stating on November 1st, 2015 so mark your calendar and contact me here on Nov 1st or later.
If you’d like to participate, here’s what you need to qualify:
- you are a published author – traditional or Indie or any other way that I don’t know about,
- you are about to publish and have a launch date within a week of blog post,
- you want to promote other authors and spread success,
- you write novels with a hint of mystery,
- you are willing to engage in the comments section when readers comment on your post.
All I ask from you is that you follow my blog, comment on author’s posts and help share via Twitter and Facebook. If you’re interested send me a message via my contact page.
You’ll have to send me your bio, back text of your novel, author photo and book cover. I’d like you to write something about yourself, your novel, your research, a writing tip or a publishing tip. Please keep in mind I am a family friendly blog. I do reserve the right to edit anything I think might be inappropriate for my audience, which I will discuss with you first. I think anything under 700 words is great, but it’s your book so up to you.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you and sharing your novel with the Internet world.
Thanks for reading…