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Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

All Authors Blog Blitz with Queen of Spades!

Please welcome “Queen of Spades” To the “All Authors Blog Blitz!”  “If one were to use two words to describe me, the closest thing would be Life Writer.  Although I mainly write poetry and prose, I don’t limit myself to a certain style nor a certain subject. I write about what I can relate to …

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Guest Post by Chris Ward!

I’d like to welcome Chris Ward to Karen’s Different Corners. I met Chris on Goodreads when he was holding an event and I responded yes and invited him to be a guest blogger here on my blog. So Chris it’s all yours! “Living in Japan and Freedom of Creative Expression” August the 15th this year marked …

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Genres! What’s mine?

I have been writing. Boy, have I been writing! Shhh…Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve started a new series. I know, I’m supposed to be working on the second book to “Chris’ Journey” but have found myself, “Stuck in a Rut” on the second book. No, no. I know the story front to back. It’s all …

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What Do Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll Have to Do with being An Indie Author?

Wow I’m excited to have Paul Dorset as my guest today. Hi Paul and welcome to Karen’s Different Corners. This is a very interesting way to look at indie authors and the world of writing. So I’m going to turn the blog over to you. Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll It seems to me …

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Guest post by Gary Henry!

Gary dropped by to do a guest post for us today. Thanks for being here Gary and what perfect timing, I am off to make dinner so the blog is all yours!   First, thank you, Miss Karen, you lovely and talented thing, for the opportunity to bloviate on one of my pet peeves in …

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Guest Post By Dannie Hill

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A writer’s world can be a lonely place as my guest host Dannie Hill will tell you. When writer’s sit down to write, they are transformed in a matter of minutes to other worlds and that can be hard on family and friends. It’s important to have a strong support system. Many times a writer …

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