Marketing and Branding, Uncategorized, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Tips

10 Bitesize Marketing Ideas: a Guest Post by Ari Meghlen

Hello Readers and Writers! Marketing is one of those pesky things that keeps intruding into writers' lives. How to do it? And where? And do you really have to? I recently had the opportunity to talk with author, blogger, and host of "The Merry Writer" podcast, Ari Meghlen (more on that conversation later!) and it… Continue reading 10 Bitesize Marketing Ideas: a Guest Post by Ari Meghlen

History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part II)

  Hello again Readers, Writers and Lovers of History! I've reached an exciting personal milestone—my second novel, "Where Shall I Flee?" is off to the editor, and I've started lining things up with my cover designer! I'm looking forward to getting the text back into my hands to work through editorial notes, but sending it off… Continue reading Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part II)

Uncategorized, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Inspiration, Writing Tips

Guest Post by JPC Allen: Winter Weather as Writing Inspiration

Author and blogger JPC Allen shares writing prompts and tips on her blog JPC Allen Writes. Today she's visiting to share some wintery inspiration. Happy reading and writing! -Anne Image courtesy of TORSPOMEDIA via Unsplash.com The weather is a villain any writer can use. It’s better than a human one because it doesn’t require a… Continue reading Guest Post by JPC Allen: Winter Weather as Writing Inspiration

Uncategorized, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Tips

I’m Guest Posting Today

Author JPC Allen asked me over to her blog for an interview today. Her theme this month has been "romance, love, and friendship"— stop by for my authorly thoughts. 🙂 -Anne Author Interview with Anne Clare — JPC Allen Writes JPC Allen invites you to join the adventure of writing with tips, prompts, and inspiration… Continue reading I’m Guest Posting Today

Uncategorized, World War 2, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Inspiration, Writing Tips

Today I’m Out Visiting Gail Johnson’s Blog- Would You Like to Come Along?

Hello, Readers and Writers! Today, author and blogger Gail Johnson was kind enough to host me for an interview on her "Women of Faith and Fiction" spot on her blog. I hope you can stop by! -Anne Women of Faith and Fiction ~ Anne Clare — Gail Johnson I also read history books and first-hand… Continue reading Today I’m Out Visiting Gail Johnson’s Blog- Would You Like to Come Along?

Life, Publishing, Uncategorized, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Tips

3 Questions Wednesday with Anne Clare — Inspired Prompt

Well! Just as I was getting my writing schedule back in order, things in the world have gotten a bit complicated. In all seriousness, I hope and pray that you are all healthy and that the economic impacts of all of the shutting-down and distancing isn't causing undue hardship for you and yours. As to… Continue reading 3 Questions Wednesday with Anne Clare — Inspired Prompt

Publishing, Uncategorized, World War 2, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Inspiration, Writing Tips

My Interview on JPC Allen’s Blog: Writing Tip — Guest Blogger, Anne Clare

Happy January to all! I'm kicking off a new year of blogging with an interview over at author JPC Allen's site, where she starting the New Year by featuring new authors. I hope you can stop by her site, and I look forward to seeing you back here in the days and weeks to come!… Continue reading My Interview on JPC Allen’s Blog: Writing Tip — Guest Blogger, Anne Clare

History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part II)

As I stagger towards the NaNoWriMo finish line this week (that's not as much of an exaggeration as I'd like it to be) and prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, I'm VERY thankful that I have another excellent guest post to share with you today.  Today, author and blogger Mike Biles returns to share more of the… Continue reading Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part II)

History Class, Uncategorized

Pilgrims, Pie, and Plymouth Rock: the British roots of the USA’s Thanksgiving Day — A Bit About Britain

Mike Biles of "A Bit About Britain" kindly asked me to share a guest post on his site on the history of the U.S.A.'s Thanksgiving celebration- in particular, its British roots. I hope you can stop over and check it out! -Anne A guest post by Anne Clare The United States’ celebration of Thanksgiving might… Continue reading Pilgrims, Pie, and Plymouth Rock: the British roots of the USA’s Thanksgiving Day — A Bit About Britain

History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part 1)

Today, I'm pleased to welcome author and blogger Mike Biles. He's graciously provided two posts (one for this week, one for next) on the fascinating history of Bletchley Park- the headquarters of WWII code breakers. I hope you enjoy this piece of history as much as I did! This is Bletchley Park. To all intents and… Continue reading Guest Post by Mike Biles: The Ultra Enigma of Bletchley Park (Part 1)