Author Interview: Nick Stephenson

On August 4, 2013, in Humor, Interviews, NICK STEPHENSON, by rsguthrie

I haven’t done an author interview in a while and part of the reason for that is that I don’t go in for the standard “what is your favorite color” interviews because 1) It really doesn’t tell you anything about the writer as a writer and 2) most writers and readers have “been there, done […]


The Next Big Thing

On May 9, 2013, in Alex O'Loughlin, Blog Chain, Interviews, The Next Big Thing, by rsguthrie

I don’t usually do the “blog chains”, mostly because by the time they get to me everyone who’s willing to do one has done it already and/or they want the blogger to find like seven or eight other bloggers (impossible for me; I’m too impatient), but when friend and fellow author, Robin Nolet, asked me, […]


Need An Editor To Make Your Book Better?

On March 4, 2013, in (or...), Editing, Interviews, Mea Culpa, Proofreading, by rsguthrie

A couple weeks ago I introduced and interviewed my editor, Russell Rowland, to unleash my secret on the world. Turns out his email address has not been working and has been forwarding all his mail to the Almighty Internet Bit Bucket (or, who knows, maybe to Linus’s pumpkin patch in a misdirected hope that the […]


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 […]


ABE Books (and other sites like it): I Could Have An Orgasm

On July 11, 2012, in Book Release, Indie Reader, Interviews, Just for Fun, Past Reading, by rsguthrie

So I’ve mentioned this blog interview I did. What I have NOT done yet (like an idiot) is LINK TO IT, or TWEET IT yet. The irony is I have NEVER had so much fun with an interview. I don’t know whether it was the GREAT questions or my mood or the ordering of the […]


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 […]


Beth Elisa Harris: Soul Herder Blog Tour!

On April 30, 2012, in Book Release, Indie Authors, Interviews, by rsguthrie

  I am so happy today to host my good friend and accomplished author Beth Elisa Harris (Vision Trilogy) in promoting her newly released book Soul Herder!! Beth was kind enough to answer a few interview questions so that some of you who don’t know her can get to know the author a bit. Her […]


North of the Border: An Interview with Claude Bouchard

On December 3, 2011, in Indie Authors, Interviews, by rsguthrie

I love Canada. I really do. How can you not love a country that gave us hockey, maple syrup, Mounties, and Rush? (Moving Pictures could easily qualify as the soundtrack to my high school days!) So when the Rob on Writing Studios was informed of the upcoming interview with mega-cool Montreal author Claude Bouchard, well, […]


Melissa Foster Interview

On October 9, 2011, in Famous Writers, Interviews, by rsguthrie

Author Jennie Shortridge had this to say about our RoW guest: “Melissa Foster is a wonderful connector of readers and books, a friend of authors, and a tireless advocate for women. She is the real deal.” I’ll say. I’ve only known her for a couple of months, and already she has impacted my life and […]


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