Websites That Helped

Andrew Vogel

Thank you to everyone who participated and helped with the cover reveal of Seconds Before Sunrise (book 2 of The Timely Death Trilogy.) Below you’ll find a list of those helpful bloggers again, along with a little description of what their blog is about, so you can see if you’d like to check them out again. In other cool news, you should see a picture on the right side of this page. Andrew Vogel, the actor who plays Carter Thibodeau in Under The Dome On CBS, is holding Minutes Before Sunset. The cross he is wearing is also jewelry made by my father. Fluente Designs was kind enough to send this to me. Thank you to them!

Also, check out author, Jacinda Buchmann’s blog post, A Year in Review. She’s provided numerous authors (including myself :D) and their novels in a giveaway. But the neat part happens when you read everyone’s favorite holiday memory. Mine involves a husky and waffles.

Write Word Editing: The one-stop resource for your editing, writing, and research projects.

1 Write Way: Official site of Marie Ann Bailey, writer, knitter, stray cat magnet.

akiiKOMORI Reading: See what akiiKOMORI is reading and read her reviews

 Dissertation Gal: Elizabeth Jamison’s daily journal of her Comp/Rhet Dissertation

Love Words And Books: All about books, reviews, interviews, and connecting readers and writers.

Making My Mark: website of author, T.B. Markinson

Fetching Figment: a humor resource, blog for writers

Ky Grabowski: website of author, Ky Grabowski

A Reader’s Review: to read is to escape

Natasha Hanova: blog of author, Natasha Hanova

Endless Reading: book reviews and recommendations

I Read Books: for all of the book fans

Of Musings and Wonderings: a daily life

Author S Smith: blog of author, S. Smith

Press Pause, Fast Forward: book reviews

A Daily Dose of Katsy: design, dine, do, dream, dash, dazzle

The Fine Print: Sam and Rachel: reviewing and writing

Shelly’s Book Corner: book news, reviews, etc.

Taking on a World of Words: aspiring writer

Coffee Shop Reader: Talking about books we all want to live in.

Dan Thompson: author, blogger, avid reader

Note to Selph Book Reviews: book reviews, obsession with YA books and paranormal fantasies, and more.

S.L. StacyThe Urge to Write: blog of author, S.L. Stacy

Why I Can’t Stop Reading: all my amazing reads – and some not so amazing

The Novel List: books, book events, gadgets, reviews, and updates.

Alexis Allinson: creator of “The Darkness Rising” novels

The Other Side of Paradise: great news by Ayesha Charlton

Confessions of a Book Whore: The Biblio files

The Noif Matrix: official website of author, Tuan Ho  

I’m a Book Shark: book reviews, giveaways, editing.

The Legends of Windemere: book series by Charles Edward Yallowitz

A Ponderance of Things: writing, authors, writing prompts

Ennlee’s Reading Corner: books, books, and more books.

I Am Kelli Beck: fiction by Beck and recommended fiction

Little Ballad of Life: anything and everything: books, music, travel.

Stephanie’s Book Reviews: book reviews

Harper’s Happenings: blog of author Jewel Harper

So Many Books, So Little Time: book reviews

Amber Skye Forbes: blog of author, Amber Skye Forbes

Ms. ME28 Reviews: book reviews

Jacinda Buchmann: blog of author, Jacinda Buchmann

The Examiner: all kinds of delightful information!

Romance Bookworm’s Reviews: romance book reviews

Love Words And Books: keep reading, keep dreaming

Ken Thinks Aloud: life in Bangladesh as a British teacher and writer         

YA Book Nook: your YA book and movie fix         

Cassandra Lost in Books: all things books

Thank you for checking out these wonderful websites.

On December 1, a winner was declared for the 10,000 likes giveaway. Congrats to them, and I look forward to continuing December with excitement!


7 thoughts on “Websites That Helped

  1. Holy crap! A celeb is reading your book! That’s pretty amazing lol

    One question, is Andrew Vogel somehow related to a certain Raymond Vogel? 🙂

  2. Shannon, I have tried to google blogs regarding “business ethics” or even “best practices” and don’t see anything along these lines.     If you ever come across a related blog, if you would forward that link I’d be grateful!   Regards, Val

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