Guest posts are sorted by age group of the book that is being featured. The three categories are Middle Grade (MG), Young Adult (YA), and Adult. New Adult will be sorted as Adult.
Bridget Hodder (The Rat Prince): Why Fairy Tales? A Theory of Magic
Monica Tesler (The Heroes Return): Building Fantastical Worlds in Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction
Nancy J. Cavanaugh (Elsie Mae Has Something to Say): My Writing Process for Elsie Mae Has Something to Say
Wendy McLeod MacKnight (The Frame-Up): The World Behind the Frame
Amber R. Duell (Fragile Chaos): Infusing Myth with Reality
B. W. Morris (Six Pack: Emergence): The Journey to The Six Pack Series
Ben Galley (The Heart of Stone): Creating Diverse Character Personalities
Casey Griffin (Secrets of a Reluctant Princess): Speaking to Teens
Christina Bauer (Angelbound): Top 10 Ways to Find a Good Book
Deanna Cabinian (One Night): Writing from a Guy’s Perspective as a Female Author
Elle Cosimano (The Suffering Tree): How I Found the Perfect Agent
Gia Cribbs (The Disappearance of Sloane Sullivan): Plotting, Pantsing, and the Art of Surprise
K. M. Robinson (Golden): How to Score a Killer Author Interview
Kristin Smith (Forgotten): Is Dystopian Dead?
Lauren Jankowski (Fragile Chaos): Building the Meadows, the Home of the Guardians
Mallory McCartney (Black Dawn): Creating a Fantasy and Its History
Meg Eden (Post-High School Reality Quest): Translating Play: Turning Games into Novels
Mon D. Rea (Elemental Ninjas): Over-genre-lized! (or Why I Genre Hop)
Shaila Patel (Soulmated): Avoiding the Traps in Writing Romance
Alex Abaz (Internet Marketing Tips-4-Clicks): Why Free eBook Downloads and Giveaways are Not a Super Book Deal for Authors or Readers and How Reviews and Ratings Can Help
Devorah Fox (The Lost King): Pros and Cons of Fantasy Writing
Elise Kova (The Alchemists of Loom): Timeline of Events Leading up to and in The Alchemists of Loom
J. L. Pattison (Saving Kennedy): 6 Tips on Using Social Media for Writers who Don’t Like Using Social Media
Upcoming Guest Posts!
Amanda Rawson Hill (The Three Rules of Everyday Magic): TBD
Authors, please contact Kester if you are interested in writing one!