Monday, January 23, 2012

Book Review Friday and Guest schedules

Today should be my first guest post, but since I started acquiring guests to appear on my blog a little late, I decided today would be a listing of what I have lined up for the next few months, as well as the book review Friday schedule.

January 6 - To Tell The Truth by Faye M. Tollison
January 13 - Haunted Destiny: A Midnight Dragonfly (an exclusive short story) by Ellie James
January 20 - Radium Halos by Shelley Stout
January 27 - "Twin Shorts" by Sybil Nelson
February 3 - all three Priscilla the Great stories by Sybil Nelson
February 10 - Queen Bee of Bridgeton by Leslie Dubois
February 17 - Guardian of Eden by Leslie Dubois
February 23 - Ain't No Sunshine by Leslie Dubois
March 2 - two of the three books in the Saderia series by Sarah Renee
March 9 - Murder Half Baked by Kathleen Delaney
March 16 - Dear Killer by Linda Lovely
March 23 - Delicious and Suspicious by Elizabeth Spann Craig

(I have enough books read on the kindle to fill up 9 months so will add to the schedule as I decide when the reviews will be posted)

This takes me through the first quarter of the year; the list of books to be scheduled for review include Still Life With Murder, Murder in Montbleu, A Touch of Gold, Deadly Daggers, Ghost for Rent, The Strange Case of Finley Jayne, Memories of Roberts Road, Murder Half Baked, Unsigned, Live Free or Die, Lye in Wait, From the Graves of Babes, Dead to Write, Kissing Kelli, Celebrities for Breakfast, Code Blue,, Southern Fried, For Sale: Old Manor House (free ghosts included), A Haunting at Hensley Hall, the Hobbitville Saga stories, "Famous Last Words", "A Very Holly Christmas", "Christmas at the North Pole Compound", "Birds in Paradise", Murder's Not Cool, "Deadly Detects: A Victorian San Francisco Story", "Tea at the Biltmore", The Witch of Agnesi, Her Wiccan, Wiccan Ways, and books that are currently being read will be added to the schedule later in the year. These reviews should take me through the end of the year or pretty close.

I thank all of you for responded to my guest post opportunity email. I'd been posting for several weeks prior to 6th of this month on plurk asking for teachers, librarians and authors to guest but have had no responses. On the 6th, I sent a bcc email to a good many of my author friends asking them to be a guest on my blog. Here is the line up through May:

January 25th - Interview with author/illustrator/graphic designer Heather Paye, who is my illustrator, layout designer and cover designer. She also writes and publishes her own stories as well as putting together some poetry anthologies.

February 27th - Interview with Leslie Dubois, author of Ain't No Sunshine, Guardian of Eden and the dance dreamer series, as well as a couple of other books. (Leslie's alter ego, Sybil Nelson, is the first member of the SC Author Connection, three authors from SC, who will attend several larger book festivals and other events. Elysabeth Eldering is the second member of the group.)

February 29th - Interview with Sarah Renee, author of the Saderia series. (Sarah is the third member of the SC Author Connection who will be making apparances at several larger events throughout the year.)

March 26th - Guest post by Elizabeth Spann Craige/Riley Adams, author of at least three different series, who blogs over on Mystery Writing is Murder.

March 28th - Shelley Stout, author of Radium Halos

April 23rd - Interview with Deanna Klingel

April 25th - Interview with children's author, Rena Jones

May 21st - Guest posting by Carol Baldwin, author of "Teaching the Story"

May 23rd - Interview with author Faye M. Tollison, author of To Tell the Truth and The Bible Murders (coming soon).

June 25th - Guest posting by Jen Wylie, author of the Ever series

June 27th - Interview with Darcie Helle, author of Cutting Edge and other stories



September 24 - Interview with Mary Lee, author of "Air Force Mom".

September 26 -


November (tentatively have Cheryl Malandrinos during her book tour for her new release)


As I fill up the schedule, I will add to this listing.


Anonymous said...

Looks like an interesting line up.

elysabeth said...

I have many spots open the second half of the year so if you know anyone who would like to be a guest from July through the end of the year, please give them my email and send them my way - Thanks - E :)