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message 1: by Fred (last edited Jul 11, 2011 10:21AM) (new)

Fred Limberg | 2 comments Hi,

If anyone is interested in swapping some guest blog articles or discussions/interviews/thoughts on the indie publishing revolution, I'm game.

I write thrillers and mysteries, some with a little sci-fi twist (coming later this year). I've been writing pretty much full time for the last 5 years, gone through the query swamp several times, and am thoroughly enjoying being the master of my own fate now.

You can check out my blog, which I'm ramping up every day. Not a lot of followers but I often share it out on Facebook, so a number of people see it.


Let me know if you're interested

Fred Limberg
Ferris' Bluff by Fred Limberg

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Fred Limberg | 2 comments If you're also a writer with a new book out, guesting on blogs can be a really good thing. My friends get to check you out, your friends get to know me a little bit. How many books did you sell last week?

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Benjamin Wallace | 7 comments Fred,

I'm up for a guest post swap. Check out my blog at if you're interested.

I'll see ya on twitter.

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Elaine (httpgoodreadscomelaine_chaika) | 48 comments I would love to have guest blogs, but how can you allow someone to post on your blog without giving them your password? I'd welcome guest blogs on both my blogs, so you'd have to look at each one to see which you'd like to post on. The smarthotoldlady blog had 675 pageviews last month & it has been steadily climbing every month. I don't know if that's good or not. The dog blog has only been up since June. The first one has had posts on such a variety of issues, you might want to go to the older posts just to check out topics. Also feel free to leave comments and even disagreements

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