Published Bloggers (1)

As some of you know, I am always happy to promote the books of bloggers who have published books. Whether they have self-published, or managed to get a deal, it doesn’t matter.

I made a similar offer to this in 2017, and thought it was about time to try again.

But I don’t have time to trawl the blogs of my followers for them, and rely on them letting me know. So I have decided to offer a no-strings promotion on my blog. If you are part of this community, and struggling to get readers for your work, then I will help by adding your links to a series of blog posts. To be included, just choose from the following options.

1) Add your link or links to the comments on this post.
2) Send me a cover photo and a brief synopsis by email to
Then I will add them for you.
3) Link back to your own blog or book page by adding a ‘pingback’.

You must be an established blogger with an active blog, and must under no circumstances add any followers to email newsletters without permission.

Any ‘commercial’ links from publishers or companies who are not bloggers will be deleted.

I hope that this will help to promote the work of my blogging friends, and get you a new audience.

Two books from Frank Prem.



Two books from Steph Richmond.

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Two books from Mary Smith.

A book from Sheila Murrey.

A book from Sneha Ganesh.

78 thoughts on “Published Bloggers (1)

    1. Thanks, Darlene. Your link is on the post comments, which will not be deleted. It will be available to anyone who views this post. (Which is currently one of my most popular) Good luck with your books.
      Best wishes, Pete.


  1. I’m the author of four published books with a fifth on the way. Below are the names of my books and links to more information about them on my website at To learn more about me and my writing plus other topics, visit my blog at

    My Ideal Partner: How I Met, Married, and Cared for the Man I Loved Despite Debilitating Odds
    That’s Life: New and Selected Poems
    How to Build a Better Mousetrap: Recollections and Reflections of a Family Caregiver
    We Shall Overcome

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  2. Self publishing has certainly given such a range of writers a chance to share their stories. Thanks for promoting them in this way. It is the same generosity that you show to people like me when they first start a blog and have technical confusion.

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  3. Thanks so much for your kind offer of support, Pete. One of my children’s books–AMAZING MATILDA, A Monarch Butterfly Tale–is on sale for 99c/p thru April 26. Here’s a blurb from the latest review:

    “Matilda crunched and munched and lunched, leaf after leaf, day after day.”

    “If you loved P.D. Eastman’s incomparable book, Are You My Mother, about a baby bird’s search for its mother, you must read this book. If Charlotte’s Web is one of your childhood favorites, I say, Move over Charlotte. Matilda is now here!” ~Jacqui Murray

    Find AMAZING MATILDA on your Amazon at

    Thanks again, Pete!

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  4. Thank you so much Pete! This is really helpful for writers like me..
    I write short fictional stories and articles and post them on my blog. Hereโ€™s the link to my site-

    And my first published book called โ€˜Muskaan- The Story of her Smileโ€™ is now on Amazon. Please do share as well as read it and drop in your reviews. Will be of great help to me.

    It seemed as though she was cursed. At the tender age of four where most kids are carefree and enjoy their childhood days, Muskaan was plagued with misery. Unable to talk, she had no way to express the emotional turmoil going on in her head. Her continuous efforts to connect and mingle with people were discouraged with criticism and insults. She grew up afraid of the world around her and hated herself for being cursed in this way.
    Hell broke loose when she received news of the plane crash.
    A heart touching story of determination, courage and friendship, it talks about the sufferings of a child who is treated like an outcast by the people around her, just because she is differently abled.

    Hereโ€™s the link to it-

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  5. Hi Pete.

    Thank you for your support.

    I’m a storytelling poet who bloges here:

    I have 2 books of free verse storytelling.

    Small Town Kid –


    Devil In The Wind –

    I’ll send along a synopsis and cover for each.
    Devil In The Wind is an account of catastrophic fire and its immediate aftermath.

    In this 21st century, the whole world seems to be on fire. America burns. Europe burns. Greece is reeling after its own tragedy of fire.

    And Australia burns, as it has always done, but now so much more fiercely.

    In February 2009, wildfires burnt through entire communities, taking 173 lives and injuring hundreds, while destroying thousands of houses and other buildings. Up to 400 fires destroyed 450,000 hectares of forest, native fauna and habitat, livestock and farmland.

    In the aftermath of the fires, the voices of people who had lived through the experience โ€” victims, rescuers, and observers โ€” were spoken and were heard.

    Devil In The Wind is Frank Premโ€™s poetic anthology of the personal, and very human, accounts of those who themselves experienced and survived Black Saturday. Poetry writing that interacts directly with readers emotions.

    Small Town Kid is a poetry anthology that illuminates the experience of regional life as a child, in an insular town during the late 1960s to the mid-1970s, remote from the more worldly places where life really happens, in a time before the internet and the online existence of social media.

    It is a time when a small town boy can walk a mile to school and back every day, and hunt rabbits with his dog in the hours of freedom before sundown. He can hoard crackers for bonfire night and blow up the deputy school masterโ€™s mailbox in an act of joyous rebellion.

    It is a time when a small town teenager will ride fourteen miles on a bicycle for his first experience of girls, and of love. A time when migrating from a foreign country to a small town means his family will always feel that they are strangers, while visitors to the town are treated like an invading host.

    It is also the remembrance of tragedy for inexperienced friends driving on narrow country roads.

    This collection of poems and stories shares the type of childhood that has mostly disappeared in contemporary times. Come and revisit it here, in the pages of a Small Town Kid.


    Thanks again.


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  6. This is a wonderful opportunity, thank you from a grateful author.

    They are crime/mystery books following journalist Alex Price.
    The Community (Book1)
    Jack still mourns his lost love but now he has more to worry about. His friend has died and Charmsbury’s local journalist, Alexandra Price, is getting closer to discovering The Community.
    Alex has no idea as to the identity of the woman’s body that has been found in the park, but it leads her on a journey of discovering more about her home town than she could ever have imagined.
    What connection could an unknown body, an abandoned baby, missing people and a triquetra have? She sets out to find some answers, unaware of how it will affect the people she loves the most.

    Pictures of Deceit (book2)
    Internationally renowned art dealer, Michael Masters, returns home to Charmsbury with his long awaited โ€˜Starlightโ€™ exhibition.
    What should have been a relaxing evening turns into a nightmare for Alexandra Price, local journalist, when she appears to have been the last person to have seen Michael Masters before he vanished.
    The boundaries of friendship will be pushed to the limits during Alexโ€™s foray into the art world. Has she been set up? Or could the body that washes up really be that of the famous art dealer?
    Join Alex and her friends on an exciting and perilous chase across the globe to discover the truth.

    After the Light, After the Love (Book3)
    โ€˜Is There A Price For Happiness?โ€™
    This is the most dangerous story that local journalist, Alex Price, has taken on so far and this time itโ€™s personal.
    Fifty years of love culminate in the magical wedding ceremony between Jack and Mary, a day full of love and laughter, but it will also offer up dark opportunities. Amidst the party atmosphere, as dusk falls, bridesmaid, Lily, is abducted from the celebrations.
    Alex will need all of her ingenuity to get to the bottom of this story, which involves far more than she ever thought possible.
    Will love triumph or will there be a price to pay for such happiness?

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