Guest Post: Inkitt publishes 4 algorithm-picked books and launches iOS app

You’ve previously read about Inkitt on Dab of Darkness, they are the first readers-driven book publisher and a fast-growing community for readers and writers. Emerging authors share their work on Inkitt to get feedback and find an audience while fiction lovers discover new writers and ‘read tomorrow’s bestsellers today for free’. Inkitt has developed an … Continue reading Guest Post: Inkitt publishes 4 algorithm-picked books and launches iOS app

Guest Post: Inkitt, The First Readers-Driven Book Publisher

Discover Inkitt: The First Readers-Driven Book Publisher By Eleanna Sbokou, Team Lead at Inkitt Publishing Since the invention of the movable printing press back in the 13th century, the publishing industry has never stopped evolving. Especially when eBooks were introduced in the mid-90’s, things changed substantially: it was a major move aiming to satisfy readers’ … Continue reading Guest Post: Inkitt, The First Readers-Driven Book Publisher

Guest Post: Using Fiction to Interest Young Readers in Non-Fiction by Henry Herz

Hello everyone, please welcome Henry Herz to the blog today. I've had the pleasure of interviewing Henry in the past as well as enjoying his clever children's rhyming book Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes. One of his other books, When You Give an Imp a Penny, was beautifully illustrated and mischievously fun! Today, we're celebrating the release of … Continue reading Guest Post: Using Fiction to Interest Young Readers in Non-Fiction by Henry Herz

Ebook Giveaway & Guest Post: Darrell Drake on The Art vs. The Artist

Dear readers, please welcome again author Darrell Drake! Today, he has a most interesting guest post for us on the conundrum of separating the merits of a work from the vagaries of the artist. Also, make sure to check out the GIVEAWAY of Drake's forthcoming book at the bottom of this post. Also, check out the … Continue reading Ebook Giveaway & Guest Post: Darrell Drake on The Art vs. The Artist

Guest Post: Fairy Tales and Fairies and Fae (Oh, My!) by Henry Herz

Hello everyone, please welcome Henry Herz to the blog today. I've had the pleasure of interviewing Henry in the past as well as reading his wonderful children's book Nimpentoad. He was also the editor for a great anthology, Beyond the Pale.  His latest clever creation is Mabel and the Queen of Dreams. Without further ado, … Continue reading Guest Post: Fairy Tales and Fairies and Fae (Oh, My!) by Henry Herz

Of All The Perks Of Time Travel, This Has Got To Be The Best by L. K. Hill

Dear Readers, please welcome author Liesel K. Hill back to the blog. Today, she brings us a most entertaining guest post! Of All the Perks of Time Travel, This Has Got to Be the Best By L.K.Hill As a writer who tells stories across multiple genres—crime, historical, fantasy/sci-fi—I have some unique opportunities that writers who … Continue reading Of All The Perks Of Time Travel, This Has Got To Be The Best by L. K. Hill

Guest Post: Bubonicon 47 – Tea Time! by David Lee Summers

Folks, it is my great pleasure to have author and publisher David Lee Summers back on the blog. I was unable to attend New Mexico's once-a-year scifi convention this year and asked (perhaps 'begged' is a better term) David to let me life vicariously through him. He was kind enough to offer up this guest … Continue reading Guest Post: Bubonicon 47 – Tea Time! by David Lee Summers

Guest Post: Dinner Guests by Henry Herz

Hello everyone, please welcome Henry Herz to the blog today. I've had the pleasure of interviewing Henry in the past as well as reading his wonderful children's book Nimpentoad. He was also the editro for a great anthology, Beyond the Pale. We're celebrating the release of his latest children's book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes. Without … Continue reading Guest Post: Dinner Guests by Henry Herz

Guest Post: Catching the Muse by Barbara Venkataraman

Folks, please welcome Barbara Venkataraman to the blog today. I have enjoyed her Jamie Quinn mysteries quite a bit. Check out my reviews of Death by Didgeridoo and The Case of the Killer Divorce. Today, Barbara is going to share a little about herself and then has a fun guest post, Catching the Muse, for … Continue reading Guest Post: Catching the Muse by Barbara Venkataraman

Guest Post: Christmas Wrapping the Cat by Stephen Kozeniewski

Dabbers, please welcome Stephen Kozeniewski back to the blog, author of Braineater Jones, a zombie mystery noir with more than one twist. You can catch my review of Braineater Jones over HERE and my interview with Stephen over HERE. Today Stephen is here to share some very funny, and perhaps incriminating, pictures of his cats. … Continue reading Guest Post: Christmas Wrapping the Cat by Stephen Kozeniewski