Come On Over And Conversate A Little

I read a very interesting post yesterday (“interesting” being defined as “for anyone with enough of a geek/time combination to find a full-length blog on word meanings an enjoyable way to spend a few minutes. It’s called 10 Words That You’ve Probably Been Misusing and it was written by Tyler Vendetti. Now before I get […]


All For One, One For All: Not Just A Cliché

My first non-fiction book on writing is blog-touring for a couple of weeks, so I felt it was fitting to also post said blog here, in my own personal space, exactly as (hopefully) printed on the other sites. I hope you writers out there read this. I wrote this book for YOU. I don’t know […]


Eye Candy. A 99 Cent Investment. Worth Every Penny.

I’ve blogged about it before. The book world these past few years has been turned on its ass, and not all for the good of (decent) writers. Yes, now writers with talent that were getting turned down by publishers (most great writers were turned down for years by publishers) can post their wonderful books. But […]


Writer / Editor Russell Rowland

On February 20, 2013, in Great Reads, Guest Posts, Interviews, Proofreading, RUSSELL ROWLAND, Writing Tips, by rsguthrie

Today I am interviewing my own EDITOR for this blog post! (What was he thinking agreeing to this golden opportunity for ME? Wait a minute—what was I thinking? He could triple my rates!) In all seriousness, Russell Rowland is a successful, extremely talented writer as well as having one of the best eyes for “seeing” […]


Bestseller Russell Blake Goes Back To The Original!

On November 7, 2012, in BOOKS ON SALE, Events, Great Reads, Indie Authors, Interviews, Reading, RUSSELL BLAKE, by rsguthrie

Recently I caught up with Russell Blake, a good friend, bestselling author, and someone who has mentored me out of a corner or two in my illustrious writing career. He was preparing to put his first baby, Fatal Exchange, on sale, and I thought it would make an excellent segue into finding out a little […]


Can A Hero Be Someone Who Terrifies You?

On August 31, 2012, in Book Reviews, Great Reads, Indie Authors, LOUIS C.K., Reviewers, by rsguthrie

So a few weeks ago I received a review from Russell Blake, an author whom I’ve admired quite a lot since jumping into this Indie swamp so many of us find ourselves treading in these days. One of the primary reasons I always admired him, I must say, is that he maintains this rebellious and […]


There Is Hope For All. Even Your Book

Some of THIS posting is not from me. It is simply a cut and paste from this Wikipedia article on one of my heroes (a feeling on which I’m proud to say I am nowhere near alone), Elie Wiesel. I am also including a link to one of the most fascinating, engrossing, intellectual scenes from […]


Dear Struggling Indie Writer

So it’s happened. I’ve let ‘er loose. As deep and dark (at times) and thrillingly scurrilous as this book is when need be (don’t worry, it has plenty of redemption) I am still going to think of Dark Prairies in the feminine. If you’ve read my blog much, you know I believe my muse is […]


What Is A “Magnum Opus” To You (And Have You Written One)?

On July 8, 2012, in Book Release, Celebrities, Events, Famous Writers, Great Reads, New Books, WIP, by rsguthrie

  As I prepare to release my third novel (and try not to notice that there are about ten new novels releasing in the next couple of weeks just within the smallish circle of writers I know), I take pause to think about a term I have always ascribed to this particular book, what it […]


A Black Bra, Cool Shades, Hot Espresso, Tuscany, and Female Zombies. Three Days. No Charge.

When my author bud Frederick Lee Brooke told me he was going to be giving away copies of his latest romp, ZOMBIE CANDY, I figured to blog about it the day before so any of you out there who haven’t yet snatched up this unique, zany, fun-filled book can download a Kindle copy FREE. That’s […]


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