Roadshow at Story Empire

This week I have been on an adventure. I hit the road and had an incredible journey with a bunch of authors and readers. We all followed Story Empire's authors in their Roadshow with their Traveling Library Bookmobile. Following this adventure we have been to several different places. We have met Driscoll Lake inhabitants with … Continue reading Roadshow at Story Empire

Finding Eliza by Stephanie Pitcher Fishman #whatImreading

Let’s face it, even if I can read and enjoy a lot of different genres from non-fiction to romance, I usually go for fantasy, science fiction, thrillers and detective stories. However from time to time I need a breath of fresh air and I dive in something different. Finding Eliza was exactly that.  A beautiful … Continue reading Finding Eliza by Stephanie Pitcher Fishman #whatImreading

Calasade: Blood Isle by Mark Stone #whatImreading

Are you searching for something new to read? Then stop by for a moment and read. You won't be disappointed! Take a look at this beautiful cover... This is the cover of the incredible book I just finished reading. I was given an ARC copy of this book in exchange of an honest review and … Continue reading Calasade: Blood Isle by Mark Stone #whatImreading

Only trust writers who reads a lot #whatImreading

Tell me... ...would you trust a chef who doesn’t eat? Or a singer who doesn’t listen to music? I don’t think so. Then why should you trust a writer who doesn’t read? A few days ago I was thinking about this and I realised that lately I’ve been reading far less than I used to. I … Continue reading Only trust writers who reads a lot #whatImreading

Why do you write stupid stories?

Why do you read so many novels? Do they have any meaning? Have you ever heard this kind of questions? I had. Someone also told me that listening to music is a waste of time and more than one had the nerve to ask me “Why do you write stories? They are just that… stories, … Continue reading Why do you write stupid stories?

Book Blitz! Deadly Company by Rosa Storm

Deadly Company, by Rosa Storm Publication date: October 14th 2014 Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Psychological Synopsis: Based on the Spanish legend of La Santa Compaña (The Holy Company), this story talks about the unknown and unexplainable things that go bump in the night. When a group of teenagers decided to spend some time in their hometown's … Continue reading Book Blitz! Deadly Company by Rosa Storm

Book Blitz! Never Again by Rosa Storm

Never Again, by Rosa Storm Publication date: October 13th 2014 Genres: Horror, Psychological, Violence Synopsis: Life can get difficult, but we always have the chance to change it. Jen decided she had enough and chose to do something to change her situation. Relationships can be hard to keep if you don't take care of the … Continue reading Book Blitz! Never Again by Rosa Storm

Interview with the Character #6 – Nathan Wright and Peter Germany

Goodmorning readers and welcome to a new Interview with the Character! This week I am hosting an science fiction and horror writer from UK: Peter Germany. You can learn more about Peter and his writing projects at petergermany.com, the blog where he shares his journey to become a published author. Today he shares with us … Continue reading Interview with the Character #6 – Nathan Wright and Peter Germany

Interview with the Character #3 – Charles Splints and Dan Leicht (D.e.e.L.)

Good morning readers! I hope you’re fine and ready for another Interview with the Character! Today I am proud to host Dan Leicht, also known as D.e.e.L, interview with Charles Splints, the main character in his series of detective stories. D.e.e.L is the author of various Ebooks available on Smashwords as well as the story … Continue reading Interview with the Character #3 – Charles Splints and Dan Leicht (D.e.e.L.)

Interview with the Character #2 – Royce Keller and Staci Troilo

Hello readers! As promised, I am back sharing with you another interview with the character. This week I’m super glad to host Staci Troilo and the main character of her upcoming novel Type and Cross. Staci is a professional writer and editor. You can get to know her better at stacitroilo.com, follow her through her … Continue reading Interview with the Character #2 – Royce Keller and Staci Troilo

Interview with the Character #1 – Carolyn Woodsmall and Rachel E. Rittenhouse

Good morning readers! I am truly happy to see you here today because I am about to launch the first series of guest posts on my blog, that’s called… *drum roll* Interview with the Character! Are you excited? I am! And I can’t wait to begin. So I’ll stop talking and leave you to read … Continue reading Interview with the Character #1 – Carolyn Woodsmall and Rachel E. Rittenhouse

Descriptions – Writing (and reading) nigthmare #5

When well written and not too extensive they are a good way to bring the reader into the fictional world. When excessive and too detailed they kill the rhythm and bore the reader to death. I'm talking about descriptions. As a reader I don't really like novels full of descriptions. I still remember being assigned … Continue reading Descriptions – Writing (and reading) nigthmare #5

Writers it’s time to join the WRiTe CLUB!

Isn't it strange that, in this era of social media, videos, pictures, softwares and apps, a lot of people still choose to tell their stories by writing? There must be something in the act of writing that it's attractive to all of those people (and I am one of them). The difficult part is to … Continue reading Writers it’s time to join the WRiTe CLUB!

Authors, show up!

Imagine the scene. Three huge pavilions full of stalls and stands, with hundreds of publishing houses. 339.000 visitors in five days . This is the International Book Fair in Turin. It's an event I can't miss! My phylosophy is to ignore the big publishing houses (their books can be found every where and they don't apply … Continue reading Authors, show up!

You know you are a writer when…

You know you are a writer when... ... your brain never stops creating, even when you are sleeping, because you never leave your characters alone. ... you have something to write with (paper and pen, tablet, cellphone, laptop, tissues) everywhere you go. ... you feel a stab of pain in your stomach every time you … Continue reading You know you are a writer when…