It’s that time again.

Please share your book(s) &/or blog links now through December 3rd!

For those that are new to this post: Once a month I invite fellow authors &/or bloggers to share their novels and blogs. I invite everyone to post links to their personal websites, other social accounts, or advertise a link to BUY (if applicable). Use this space to BRAG about your blog or what you have published! Be proud of your hard-work & not embarrassed to self-promote!

If you have a book for sale (or upcoming)- I will add your book to my list of “authors to read” by the genre – See example here: Authors to Read!

For those who have posted before: Feel free to advertise again. Or- if you have a different book you would like me to add to the list (or different link to buy)- please include it.


Title. Genre.  Release date (if not out yet)/ Main links to buy *I will add a portion/most of the book blurb from one of the links to buy.

*I want to make sure this platform is for everyone, not just published authors. Please share your blogs (or a fave blog post)! Thanks for your participation!


104 thoughts on “SHARE YOUR WORK HERE!

  1. Thank you, Brittney! I would like to post a link to my blog homepage, which also has details of the book inspired by the blog. Based loosely on my experiences working for one of the most illustrious yet esoteric educational establishments in Britain, this is a satirical look and what goes on behind the scenes in one of the world’s most famous universities. Oh, and also features some of the politest murders in British history.

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  2. Thanks, nice opportunity to share our work with your readers.

    I’m a scientist and I write science fiction. My author`s page is:

    Currently, Vol. 1 of the Daimones Trilogy is in promo until the 4th of December:

    You can enter the Daimones saga for only $0.99

    A trilogy that truly ends at the third book 😉

    Find me at my blog:

    Happy Holidays

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  3. Hi Brittney, I’m new to your blog, so thank you for the opportunity to promote my books. I have a YA Dystopian/Sci-fi series out and am currently promoting a novelette to introduce the series. If you buy it for $0.99 you will get the first book in the Series – The Song of Forgetfulness – FREE!
    Set in the highlands of Scotland 250 years after a great plague and famine have wiped out most human and animal life, the story follows the journey of seventeen-year-old Adara, a girl with a unique vocal gift that she must keep a secret. She is forced to leave her safe world and embark on a mission to save her brother, abducted by the evil Agros. Adara travels through the ravaged landscape of NotsoGreatBritAlbion, where she meets unlikely friends and allies, unearths plots to overthrow Agro rule, and discovers her potential as a weapon of sound.
    Here is the link:
    Thanks again,

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  4. You are giving us a wonderful Christmas gift with this opportunity to share…Thank You! My novel is titled Novy’s Son: The Selfish Genius about a man pursuing his father’s love and acceptance. It is based on a true story and those men who are seeking the same. As a nurse therapist for twenty years I counseled many such men.‘s Son.
    My blog is about health and wellness, relationships, and spirituality. My award winning book Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir is available at
    My second novel is due out in Feb. titled The Model: The Story of Augustus Saint-Gaudens Mistress.
    I am currently working on a second website and blog. More about those when up and running.
    Many thanks Britney for opening up this opportunity.

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  5. Thank you for this opportunity Brittney.. Tales from the Garden is a fairy tale book with 80 illustrations for children of all ages from 5 to 95.. Witches, Fairies, stone guardians and the usual shenanigans including a stoned band.. More details in the launch post last week with the links. thanks very much.

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  6. Thank you so much for the opportunity, Brittney! I have not published a book, but I am an artist with a website and blog and may be that someone has yea desire to look there 🙂
    Here the link to my website:
    and here you can see all my artworks listed for sale at the Saatchi Gallery:

    Once more thousand thanks for your Invitation and I wish you all the best.
    Warm greetings from

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  7. Hi Linda,

    Thanks for letting me see it. I gave you Matt’s email didn’t I?

    Hope Thursday goes well at the school and maybe see you later. Bring something to read – two copies – or email copy to Ali in advance.



    No More Mulberries: a novel set in Afghanistan: Poetry collection: Thousands Pass Here Every Day Non-fiction: Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni: Real Stories of Afghan Women

    Blog: My Dad is a Goldfish; dealing with dementia

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      • Oh Britney, I wondered where that email had gone!!! I’m so sorry. I thought I’d sent it to someone else but was surprised to see the little envelope was still closed so emailed her again, saying I thought whoever I’d replied to instead of the intended recipient would be confused. I was confused when an email popped up saying you had liked my comment because I knew I hadn’t commented. I’d liked and tweeted it but not left a comment. Anyway, you have solved one mystery. And thank you so much for listing my other books. They are on the bottom of my email signature. I had never thought to send them because I assumed your lists were for novels.
        Hope the new baby is letting you get some sleep! x

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  8. Wow what a great feature! Thanks so much for putting out a feature like this! A great way to get to know your followers too 🙂
    I am a christian author working on a 3 book christian romance series. The first manuscript is ready to be sent out and I hope to get that done in Dec and January. I post excerpts once a week. I also post book reviews. I love to build community and get to know the people who follow me so I really enjoy fun blog hops.
    Here’s the link.
    I look forward to reading others’ blogs, books, and upcoming releases!
    Sara Beth

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  9. Thank you Brittney for the great opportunity we new writers always need. Much appreciated.
    My books are for uplifting
    Never give up and accept your affliction. There is always something you can do.
    Here is my author page in with the 5 books listed.
    the fifth book is the latest and just published with 6 reviews with each 5 stars.

    Or my website:

    thank you again.

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  10. HI, Brittney. I didn’t have your email address, so here is the link for the updated cover for AMAZING MATILDA (Children’s Books Age 4-ll) Thanks so much for updating it.

    Also, here’s a link for my other children’s book:
    THE TANGRAM ZOO and WORD PUZZLES TOO! (Children’s/Activity Book/kids of all ages & grownups too)

    Thanks! Bette A. Stevens

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  11. Thanks Brittney! Hey everyone I’m a thirteen year old and I think I run a pretty snazzy and cool book blog, where I mainly talk abut my favorite author Stuart Gibbs (I don’t have biased reviews though…sort of) but I do talk about other author’s posts. I’m really new to this and even though the blog’s been around for years I’m still constantly looking for new ways to improve it. <—————— MY BLOG LINK.

    I would be extremely grateful if anybody came and checked out my work. As an aspiring author I'd love to know people like what I'm doing. I do cool and wacky things such as rants about every flaw with a book series (some of them I even like) as well as Top 10s and even a How to Series (Do you or anyone you want to know want to become and author's number one fan! Well now you can!) Thanks for reading this post and if you can find the time, check out my blog.

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  12. Thank you so much, Brittney! What a sweetheart you are! Happy holidays to you and yours!!!!!

    I write the Amanda Lester, Detective middle grade/YA series, including:

    Amanda Lester and the Pink Sugar Conspiracy (A reluctant detective, a criminal mastermind, and . . . sugar?)

    Amanda Lester and the Orange Crystal Crisis (If only Sherlock Holmes’s great-great-grandson weren’t such a dork)

    Amanda Lester and the Purple Rainbow Puzzle (Purple rainbows, a mysterious crypt, and pots of gold . . . )

    — Paula B.

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