Friday, September 19, 2014

Guest Post for Robert Lee Brewer's blog on Writers' Digest site

I don't often seek out guest posting opportunities, but recently Robert Lee Brewer, Senior Content Editor, Writer's Digest Community placed an invitation on his blog asking for anyone who had a good idea for a guest post to send him an email. I did, and he requested I write the post and send it to him.
He published it today. You can read it here.


Karen Paul Holmes, author of Untying the Knot


What do you think? Would you rather read a review of a book or read an interview with the author?

7 comments:

abbiescorner said...

Glenda,congratulations! I would prefer an author interview. This was good.

Glenda C. Beall said...

Thank you, Abbie. I appreciate your reading my interview with Karen.

Brenda Kay Ledford said...

This is awesome, Glenda. Great interview. Congratulations to you and to Karen.

Glenda C. Beall said...

Brenda Kay, thank you for reading my blog and leaving a comment. I'd like to interview you one day.

Vagabonde said...

I read both links. I enjoyed the interview – this lady is so sincere – I felt her pain. I’d like to read her book now. This was a very successful interview. I think losing a partner to divorce or death is very difficult. I sometimes feel the same, knowing that my husband is not the man I knew and that as years will go by, he will become less and less a partner (Alzheimer is a hard disease, it’s like a death too.)

Glenda Beall said...

Vagabonde,
I am so sorry about your husband's illness. It is called the long goodbye and I understand. A very close friend of mine is dealing with this, too. Thank you for reading the interview and I am glad you appreciated it. I think you would enjoy Karen's poetry book.

KarenPH said...

Dear Vagabonde,

Thank you for your kind comments. I'm sorry you're experiencing loss too. If you'd like a copy of my book, you can order it from Amazon or you can email me, and I'll send you a personalized copy for $14 check or paypal. My email is kpaulholmesATgmailDOTcom. (Replace AT with @ and DOT with .) I'm honored that you'd like to read it.
Karen