December 19, 2016: Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: 10 Questions + 1 more!
This week instead of reviewing a book (because I haven't read any) I am answering 10 +1 questions! That's right 11 questions! If you want to know why I do book reviews, what technology I use, the stuff on my bookcase and if I am really an author, check out this video!
December 9, 2016: Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: The Demonists
This week I review The Demonists by Thomas E. Sneigoski a great Demon-based Urban Fantasy/Horror Mashup
December 2, 2016: Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Case File Arkham and That Ain't Right
November 26, 2016 Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Izanami's Choice and Joy to the Worlds
This week I review Izanami's Choice by Adam Heine and Joy to the Worlds: Mysterious Speculative Fiction for the Holidays edited by Raven Oak: 8 holiday stories from 4 local Pacific Northwest Authors.
November 7, 2016: Jet City Comic Show Haul/Review of Sweet Secrets
So I just got back from Jet City Comic Show and wanted to share what I got including 3 comics and 2 books. Also at 3 min 21 sec, I review Sweet Secrets by Stephanie L. Weippert: An all ages family read from my TBR list which I read this morning.
November 6, 2016 Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: The Cat, The Devil and Lee Fontana and The Fourth Piece
In this episode, I review two books:
The Cat, The Devil, and Lee Fontana by Shirley Rossuae and Pat JJ Murphy and The Fourth Piece by E. Ardell two really differnt books with the same issue.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Readathon Books - Halloween
In this video, I explain while I am glad I tried a Dewey's 24-hour Read-a-thon, I realized it just isn't for me. I review three books:
The House of Small Shadows by Adam Nevill, I am Providence by Nick Mamatas, and The Edgar Allan Poe Collection Audio Book.
October 23, 2016 Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Binti and America Again
This week I read Binti by Nnedi Okorafor and America Again by Stephen Colbert. Nebula and Hugo Winner, Binti is a coming of age novella that follows a 16 year-old-girl as she leaves home to go to the university and ends up a prisoner of an alien race, the Meduse. America Again is Stephen Colbert being Stephen Colbert from the Colbert Report. He explores topics such as gun control, food, the justice system and others.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Warlock Holmes, The Last Keyhole & Cursed Pirate Girl
This week I read three books: Warlock Holmes A Study in Brimstone, is a Sherlock Holmes Mystery/Dark Fantasy Mashup which I purchased during my last Barnes&Noble Book Haul. The Last Keyhole by Robin Robinson is a cute children's ghost story which I purchased from the author at GeekGirlCon last week. This is the first children's book that I have reviewed. Cursed Pirate Girl is the first volume of a beautiful graphic novel series which I purchased at Golden Age Collectables in Pike Place Market a couple years ago.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Untethered & Monochrome
This week, I review two different books. Untethered: A magical Iphone Anthology edited by Janine A. Southard and Monochrome by HM Jones.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: After Ours
I review Cheryce Clayton's After Ours, a collection of flash fiction stories with a fun take on zombies and the Folk with a dark sense of humor. After Ours Tagline: Things are looking grim for the shop hobs...
Barnes & Noble Book Haul
I went hunting for a dog bed and got distracted by a trip to Barnes&Noble where I picked up:
I am Providence by Nick Mammatas
Warlock Holmes by GS Denning
The Cat, the Devil, and Lee Fontana by Shirley Rousseau and Pat JJ Murphey
While Beauty Slept by Elizabeth Blackwell
Illuminae by Amie Kaufmand and Jay Kristoff
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Lock In
This Sunday I explain what I liked and didn't like about Lock in by Hugo Winning-Author John Scalzi.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: The Last Reunion
This Sunday I explain what I liked and didn't like about The Last Reunion by Joe Dacy II.
Elizabeth's Sunday Book Review: Welcome Despair
I share what I liked and disliked about the book I read during the week. In this episode, I review Welcome Despair by Maquel A. Jacob.
Common Author Questions #4: Setting up a Convention Table and Mini GeekGirlCon Haul
I discuss and demonstrate how I set up a 8 foot table at GeekGirlCon 2016 then show off a few items which I got at the convention last weekend.
Common Author Questions 3: How do you pack for a con?
In this episode of Common Author Questions, I answer Nikki F's questions How do you pack for a con?
Common Author Questions: What does it feel like to hold your book...
Want to be a writer?
Author Elizabeth Guizzetti answers all writing/author-related questions. (And if you have a question, please ask it in the comments below. :) )
Common Author Questions: Episode 1: What does it feel like to hold your book in your hand for the first time. Elizabeth describes what it felt like to hold her latest book, send out review copies, get reviews, and releasing her latest book.
Common Author Questions 2: Public Speaking
At nearly every convention, I hear a writer pine something to the effect, "I love to write and want to be an author but I can't do public events the way you do."
It always surprises people to learn that I am incredibly shy and public speaking isn't a natural gift. In this video, I explain how I learned to pitch my books, speak on panels, do public readings and give tips that will help you be more confident.
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