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message 1: by Lenita (new)

Lenita Sheridan | 1010 comments Hi Kelly,

I'm interested. My book(s) can be found at I write middle grade to young adult fantasy.

message 2: by Cathy (new)

Cathy Kennedy | 65 comments Hi Kelly,

I would also be interested. I intended for my book to be for teens and young adults, but I seem to be getting some good feedback from mature adults instead. :/

Here's a link:

Thank you for posting. You may reach me at

Good luck with the blog!

Cathy Kennedy

message 3: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Morrone (vincentmorrone) | 27 comments I've got a few books I'f love to promo. I can do one feature for all or a few that you could spread out. Whatever works for you.

message 4: by Jane (new)

Jane Jago I have three titles.

The Long Game Nothing is quite as it seems when you are playing for the world by Jane Jago

The Barefoot Runners by Jane Jago

Who put her in? by Jane Jago

I'd love to be featured.

Good luck with your blog

message 5: by Aubrey (new)

Aubrey Parr (aubreyparrbooks) | 7 comments I would definitely be interested. My first book just came out last Friday. Here is the link.

My email address is - I hope to hear from you and good luck with your blog!
-Aubrey Parr

message 6: by K.R. (new)

K.R. Reese (authorkrreese) | 73 comments I'd be interested. My first book came out a month ago. The link is here:
and my e-mail is


message 7: by Lenita (last edited Jul 23, 2016 06:34PM) (new)

Lenita Sheridan | 1010 comments Hi Kelly,

You can take the excerpt off my website or, if you'd like something longer, I have an excerpt from Chapter III which I use in my readings. It's about the villains in the book and has quite a bit of humor in it.

message 8: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Morrone (vincentmorrone) | 27 comments Kelly, maybe it would be helpful if you told us if you wanted to do interviews, or just have us write up a blog post? And should we email you?

message 9: by Jay (new)

Jay Phillippi | 7 comments You can count me in if you'd like to include a short fiction collection. You can check out my website Let me know what else you need.

message 10: by Marina (new)

Marina Fontaine (marina_fontaine) | 70 comments I have a New Adult near-future dystopia. The link is below. Please let me know if you're interested. Thanks!

message 11: by Reader (new)

Reader (yourmomchoselife) | 2 comments Marina wrote: "I have a New Adult near-future dystopia. The link is below. Please let me know if you're interested. Thanks!"

Yes, I'm interested as long as it is clean and doesn't have obscene/profane language.

message 12: by Marina (new)

Marina Fontaine (marina_fontaine) | 70 comments Stephanie wrote: "Marina wrote: "I have a New Adult near-future dystopia. The link is below. Please let me know if you're interested. Thanks!"

Yes, it's clean. Thanks for asking :)

message 13: by Reader (new)

Reader (yourmomchoselife) | 2 comments Marina wrote: "Stephanie wrote: "Marina wrote: "I have a New Adult near-future dystopia. The link is below. Please let me know if you're interested. Thanks!"

Great. Thanks for telling me.

message 14: by Barbara (new)

Barbara Meyers (barbmeyers) | 4 comments Kelly, if you are still looking for contributors I'd be interested. You can e me at if that's convenient. I have excerpts from most of my books ready to go. Thanks!

message 15: by J.R. (new)

J.R. | 458 comments My latest mystery, Shares the Darkness, comes out in September, so I'd be interested.

message 16: by Don (new)

Don Kean (drdonckeanext) | 38 comments I would be very interested in doing an interview for my latest, "I Didn't Sign Up For This". It is Historical/Romance/Fiction set during the American Civil War era. Here are some links to check out if you are interested.; . I look forward to hearing from you. Thank You for your time and consideration, Sincerely, Don C. Kean my email is

message 17: by Ron (last edited Jul 25, 2016 07:38AM) (new)

Ron Melchiore Hi Kelly,
Please PM me if interested in: Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness.


message 18: by Matthew (new)

Matthew | 28 comments Hi

I'd be happy to send an except/chapter of one of my stories in my collection The Bumpkinton Tales: Volume One book.

Just let me know and I'll pop over an excerpt whenever you need it :)

message 19: by Devorah (new)

Devorah Fox (devorahfox) | 79 comments Kelly wrote: "Recently I've decided to start something I've been looking to start for a long time. A book blog dedicated to excerpts.
Now that I'm going through with it, I need content. Which is why I'm posting..."

I'll have a new book coming out in Oct./Nov., so this would be ideal. I would greatly appreciate it.

message 20: by A.C. (new)

A.C. Efverman (acefverman) | 22 comments Hi Kelly :)

I'm a Swedish author and I live in Sydney, Australia these days. I write crime fiction novels set in my adopted home town Sydney - and my book series 'DS Morgan Callaghan' is available world wide in both English and Swedish.

Here is a recent radio interview with me - in Seattle (USA) - where I talk about my work and my inspirations:

You can see my work here on Goodreads: Game

Feel free to contact me by sending me a message through my author page here on Goodreads: A.C. Efverman

All the best,
A.C. Efverman A.C. Efverman

message 21: by Russell (new)

Russell Gibbs | 20 comments I am seeking honest reviews for my new spirituality self-help book. If you would like to review this book please email me at with your format preference. (mobi, epub or paperback)

The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life is a concise 13,000 word spiritual self-help book.

The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life by Russell Anthony Gibbs

All enlightened beings, most founders of religions and many renowned scientists knew and understood the six principles of enlightenment. These universal truths have been written about, taught and discussed for thousands of years and yet remain shrouded in mystery and misinterpretation. This book seeks to remove that shroud by explaining the six significant universal truths woven throughout science, religion and philosophy. These principles draw upon thousands of years of wisdom and are presented in a concise, accessible format. Each principle is defined, explained and supported by quotes from enlightened beings, philosophers, artists and scientists like Buddha, Albert Einstein, Rumi, Stephen Hawking and Jesus. To understand the six principles of enlightenment is to understand the meaning of life.

Author Russell Anthony Gibbs is a philosopher and spiritual seeker on a quest for enlightenment. In writing this book he has researched Bahaism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Sufism and Taoism. In addition to religion and philosophy, he has incorporated quantum mechanics, physics and psychology and studied the works of Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud and Stephen Hawking. Russell’s communication style has been described as “Espresso Wisdom,” consisting of short, strong, rich insight. As the first in a planned 8 book series, it has already amassed a positive following and reached #12 on the Amazon Hot New Releases for Spiritual Self-Help in its first 30 days.

“A wise, encouraging, and potentially life changing book that will fascinate and inform all those seeking spiritual truths and enlightenment.”
--Hilary Hawkes for Readers' Favorite

If you would like to review this book please email me at with your format preference. (mobi, epub or paperback)

message 22: by Alesha (new)

Alesha Escobar | 8 comments Kelly, I'd love to share a feature at your blog in October for my upcoming magical realism anthology, Magic Unveiled. I can give you the details via message, if you'd like.

message 23: by Eli (new)

Eli | 38 comments I'd like to offer my book, Random Word Stories: Volume 1 for your blog. It's a book of very short stories with a variety of genres and themes, so whatever you're looking for in your blog, it's probably present in at least one of the stories. Plus, since they're so short, it's great for excerpts.

message 24: by Leah (new)

Leah Hart (leahruthhart) | 12 comments Looks like I'm a little late to the show, but please consider my books as well! I'm not sure exactly what you're looking for, but my two books both have fantasy elements.

Thanks for considering!

message 25: by Amber (new)

Amber Clubb | 10 comments Hi Kelly,
I'm not sure if you are still looking, but I'd appreciate it if you would consider my book. It has a little bit of everything from Fantasy, Paranormal and Romance to Action and Mystery.

Thanks in advance for your consideration and just let me know if you have any questions.
Roliath: The Eidelon Series

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