Monday, we had Publisher and Senior Editor of Entangled Publishing, Liz Pelletier. Liz talks about the ins and outs of Entangled and what writers should aim for when submitting to the line. You can find Liz' interview at this link: http://www.gabriellahewitt.com/2012/03/19/march-madness-liz-pelletier/
Tuesday starred Alicia Rasley, a brilliant writing instructor, who offers up a great post on pacing and scene endings. A writer can never go wrong by having one of Alicia's writing texts on your reference bookshelf. Alicia's post is at this link: http://www.gabriellahewitt.com/2012/03/20/march-madness-_-alicia-rasley/
Wednesday, we shook things up with Kayelle Allen's guest post introducing many of us to the world of Triberr. If you don't know about this social media platform, check out Kayelle's post and download her book. It's a must I think for any author or blogger out there trying to promote yourself. Read Kayelle's post at this link: http://www.gabriellahewitt.com/2012/03/21/march-madness-kayelle-allen/
Thursday took us to the world of horror with an interview with Samhain Horror Executive Editor Don D'Auria. It's a creepy, scary world out there and it's Don's job to search out the creepiest and scariest for our reading entertainment. Don't miss out on his interview at this link: http://www.gabriellahewitt.com/2012/03/22/march-madness-don-dauria/
Friday, we stick with horror and meet Frazer Lee, author of The Lamplighters. This book will keep you up all night. It's so good that Frazer is up for a Bram Stoker Award. Whether you are a horror lover or not, you will enjoy this interview. The link is here: http://www.gabriellahewitt.com/2012/03/23/march-madness-frazer-lee/
March Madness isn't over. There are still seven more guests to appear. Be sure to check back each day. And on the 8th day (the 31st) one lucky commenter will receive a signed copy of Nalini Singh's hardcover KISS OF SNOW.