Authors/Bloggers Rainbow Support Club

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Welcome to my new book love group for authors and dedicated book bloggers who wish to support authors by writing reviews, or featuring authors on their blogs. Initially, I intended to write one long list and then I thought better of it. Small and personal works better – featuring a few bloggers/writers and then following it up with further lists on a fairly regular basis.

If you’d like to join in the next list please get in touch via my email: marjma2014@gmail.com, or leaving a comment at the end of the post. Thanks.

Of course Kyrosmagica blog continues to support authors in whatever way I can by writing reviews, author/blogger spotlights and interviews, so please don’t be shy, do get in touch if you’d like to be featured on Kyrosmagica.  

Here’s my first list:

Shelley Wilson: First up Shelley went all hunger games on me, dashing to the front of the queue to feature on my post!   So, many thanks to Shelley for kicking this off with a flourish! Author/Reviewer Blog is http://www.shelleywilsonauthor.com. She is pretty clear in her interests: ‘I write, I read, I review,’ she prefers YA fantasy, but also reads some historical fiction, non-fiction, horror, dystopian, sci-fi, and will take a look at book blurbs for most genres to see if she’d be interested but she doesn’t do romantic fiction.

Elouise De Sousa:  ‘Books, Poems, Stories…and a cup of coffee, or two!’ She has a Book Tuesday feature reviewing books from fellow authors and books she’s read. She covers most genres, depending on what has been sent to her. Her site is http://eloisedesousa.wordpress.com

Debby Gies: A Canadian author who I have had the pleasure of following for some time. She is  a very friendly and supportive lady who runs a series on authors with new books https://dgkayewriter.com/guest-authors-at-d-g-kayes-blog/ and also does her Sunday reviews on books she’s read and reviewed. Because of time constraints, she is unable to have an open invitation, rather she promotes authors she knows and invites them as her schedule permits.

Loretta Milan: Literary Lightbox supports authors from all backgrounds and most genres. ‘Literary Lightbox, founded by Loretta Milan, publishes inspiring articles featuring New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling authors as well as emerging and indie authors.’

It’s our special space of the Internet where we writers can inspire each other, lend support and encouragement.

: http://www.literarylightbox.com/submissions/

Sally G. Cronin: ‘Blog with a view – on books, music, humour and health.’ Sally is a massive supporter of authors hosting so many on her blog that at times it makes me dizzy just seeing what she is up to. At the moment Sally is on a well deserved holiday! Sally also writes excellent and informative articles about nutrition and health, has published several books and has an on-line bookstore: Sallys Cafe and Bookstore and offers free author and blogger promotion: Sally’s Author and Blogger Promotion 2017

Jenny Marston:  Blogs at www.jennyinneverland.com and enjoys reading Thriller, Mystery, Crime, YA, and Fiction. She is a busy lady with diverse interests: blogging about anxiety, books, blogging tips and advice, days out, lifestyle, travel, Disney, etc, and has a monthly meet my sponsor slot, which I had the pleasure of being part of. As well as this she manages a ‘privately run online book touring service for authors.’ In which she covers, ‘Thriller, Mystery, Horror, Romance, Chick-Lit, Young Adult and many sub-genres of those and offer a range of different length tours and services for you to choose from to get the best possible publicity for your book.’  Neverland Blog Tours

Heena Rathore Pardeshi:  Has a book review blog but has stopped reviewing for another 6-7 months. No doubt as she’s snowed under with her debut mystery and thriller novel, Deceived which she will be releasing soon – www.thereadingbud.com. But do keep an eye out for Heena and support her book release. She reviews all fiction genre except erotica. She doesn’t do non-fiction.

Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie: Like to review books and invite guest posts on their website. But be prepared sister writing team Anita & Jay are: ‘two determined authors, bulletproof and dangerous…’ Eek, that sounds scary… dare if you will!  Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie

Contributors Who Prefer to Host Guest Blogs

Seumas Gallacher: Fellow Scot doesn’t actively do ‘cold’ reviews other than books he’s downloaded on his Kindle, but he does have an open blog policy on Guest Blogs from anyone, but particularly from fellow writers who can include anything they wish, except gratuitously offensive material… book buying links, bio, cover pages, any wee back story or element to their writing… the page for promo is theirs… all at their choice… cheeeeeeers ..https://seumasgallacher.com/ 🙂

Carol Hedges: Is more than happy to showcase other writers and let them loose on her Pink Sofa. ‘I write, I sleep, I try to resist cake.’ Yes, her pink sofa is very edible, pink and sugary! https://carolhedges.blogspot.co.uk/…/ten-ways-im-just… Recently I came across a very interesting article on her blog: Carol Hedges Blogspot – The Importance of Publicity

Tina Frisco: Happy to feature authors/artists/photographers/ musicians/etc. as time permits.  <3 https://tinafrisco.com/  ‘Nature is my go-to tonic.  Aside from music and animals, I love dancing and getting lost in working crossword puzzles.’ She blogs under the categories: inspiration, spiritual, guests, quotes, books, chronic illness and self-acceptance.

Thanks for dropping by. Don’t forget if you would like join my next list do get in touch by leaving a comment below or contacting me via my email: marjma2014@gmail.com

Bye for now,

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Marje @ Kyrosmagica

Hi. Welcome to my blog: M J Mallon - Kyrosmagica Publishing. A blog about magic, books, writing, laughter, and much more! I'm a debut writer, my first YA fantasy novel The Curse of Time - Book 1 - Bloodstone is set in Cambridge. I write book reviews on my blog and on Goodreads. I have a penchant for travel and have relatives in far flung places, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore, (my birthplace.) I grew up in in Bonnie Scotland, in Edinburgh, and now live in Cambridge. I love sunny, hot places, particularly Rome, Venice, Portugal, Barcelona, and I forgot to mention the sun drenched beaches of the Caribbean, how could I? I am lucky to have been blessed with two lovely daughters and a husband who I fondly refer to in this blog as my black sheep. Family joke! With my passion for travel, culture, beautiful beaches, good food, books, theatre, writing, and humour, I hope to keep you entertained. I'm loving every minute of this creative journey, please join me.

50 thoughts on “Authors/Bloggers Rainbow Support Club”

  1. Marje, lovely to come across some bloggers I already follow and also some new recommendations. Small and personal is definitely better and this gives a real feel of each blogger, their interests and up to date information about their reviewing policy etc. Many thanks for sharing and the time to put this together. 😀

      1. Thank you very much, Marje. I would love to be included but don’t think my blog is quite right for you as I don’t solely promote other writers /bloggers. What do you think?

      2. I don’t think anyone solely promotes writers/bloggers unless they are dedicated book bloggers. This group is to bridge the gap between dedicated book bloggers and people who love and review books, and promote authors. I could put you solely under the review category? Some folks have asked to be just entered under hosting authors, as they don’t review. I think it’s about intention – love of books more than anything. And you certainly fit in that category! But it’s entirely up to you, don’t feel that you have to join if you don’t want to. I’m happy either way. 🙂

      3. Marje, I’m so sorry, I meant to reply much earlier! Yes, I would love to be included whenever you have an opening! 😀😀 Please put me under whatever category you think is most suitable. Many thanks! 😀

  2. Fantastic idea here Marje. Thrilled to be part of the club. My scheduled Guest Author interviews will resume in April, with 4 already drafted ready to go. And speaking of interviews, how is your book coming along? 🙂

    1. So happy you joined Debby. My book is getting there Debby. Colleen is doing a wonderful job of the editing and we are nearly there!!! Can’t believe I will soon be able to call myself a published author – scary but exciting!

      1. Good for you Marje. Welcome to authordom! 🙂 Yes, I know Colleen has been busy with your book. I’m having her over for a guest author interview in April when I return. And I’ve added you to my list of guest authors to have over in the summer. 🙂

      2. Thanks a bunch Marje. I’d love to take you up on that in late spring as I’m off tomorrow for the month of March and my April cup is overflowing with previously invited interviews and preparing for my own guests. So I hope you’ll have room for me in May?

  3. This is a brilliant idea, Marje. I’d love to be on your next list. I enjoy doing author interviews, book/author spotlights, cover reveals and feature book releases. I’d actually love to do a feature on you and spotlight your new book. Thanks for the list! 😀 xx

  4. This is brilliant, Marje, a great way to showcase others and help support authors and book reviewers! Now and then I do author interviews (fantasy and sci-fi genres, and that are clean reads), and I host guest posts about fantasy, sci-fi, and writing topics. 🙂

  5. This is an awesome list, and I know and love some of them already! I’d love to be on your list. I write reviews, publish guest reviews, and promote them like crazy. I have one published book and several others in the making. I have a hard time juggling creating great blog(s) posts and writing great books, monetizing my blog, marketing on social media, and oh yes, and living. My blog is aimed at hobby bloggers, writers, and photographers. What I mean by hobby are people who do not make their income from blogging. This includes some affiliate marketers. I also research and write about what works and doesn’t work in the blogging/social media marketing industry. I write and review as I learn. What puzzles and frustrates me as I improve my blog, probably frustrates others, too. I am into my fifth year of blogging, and my first year of exploring affiliate marketing, copywriting and other opportunities that flow out of blogging.

    1. Fifth year of blogging… you are a couple of years ahead of me in terms of blogging Marsha. I’m coming up to my third year anniversary in April. I’ve not explored affiliate marketing yet but would like to find out more about it. Sounds like you are a very busy bee, so glad to have you as a member of the Rainbow Club. I hope this group will grow and be very supportive and collaborative. 🙂

      1. Probably way behind you in other terms. Thanks for the welcome. Many of us are also on Networking Bloggers. Maria Perez and I administer that group. We’d love to have you join there, too. We discuss social media with a tip a week, and some of the “issues” of blogging. We were going to limit it to 70, but it’s at 74 friendly folks. I need a group to get me started back to writing. 🙂

      2. Thanks for the invite to Networking Bloggers have just sent a request to join. Social media tips sound good. I’m member of two writing groups Cambridge Writers and SCBWI.

      3. That sounds exciting. I trail behind you about a gazillion miles in the field of writing. My education is all elementary and liberal arts. I was invited to two different local writing groups this past month. How do you squeeze all this into your life?

      4. How fun. Yes, blogging gets ahold of you. I’m going to Sedona in two weeks. Take lots of pictures! Enjoy your break. I hope you get great weather. 🙂

      5. Thanks Marje! I have a couple of articles with great pictures from my trip last November. My girlfriend and I visited several National Parks including Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot, both are prehistoric cave dwellers called the early people. In Tuzigoot you can actually tour a cave dwelling. In the the other you see it from afar. Very cool!

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