About Us

Welcome to the Writer’s Block Party!

You can read here about anything you might hear were you really to attend a party of writers. You’ll meet fascinating new authors, read the latest in literary news, hear real authors’ struggles and triumphs, learn writing techniques from the pros, and countless other writing related topics! This includes, but isn’t limited to:

  • Great articles
  • Guest Posts from authors
  • Author Interviews and Promotions
  • My own whacky experiences as a writer
  • Book Reviews
  • News in the writing or publishing world
  • Writing techniques or advice
  • Polls
  • Contests
  • And anything else my little brain can come up with!

The Pages:

Blog Schedule: If you don’t have time to stop by every day, click the “Blog Schedule” tab to find out what is coming up over the next week.
Free Stuff: For the chance to win some of the free stuff constantly flowing through the party, click the “Free Stuff” tab.
Reading Lists: If you’re trying to decide what you should read next, check out the “Reading Lists” tab for a list of my all-time favorite books, as well as the list of books I’m currently working through.
Contact Me: If you want to get in touch with me, hover your mouse over the “Contact Me” tab, and then click the appropriate choice that pops up.
Appendix: Find a comprehensive list of posts and links to each, if you are looking for a specific book, author, or topic

Awards:Β Find a list of awards WBP has received and links to their acceptance posts as well as other fantastic blogs who have received the same award.
My Published Works:Β If you just want to know a little more about the person behind the party, click the “My Published Works” tab to go to my author website.
My Wishlists: If you’re interested to know what books I’m waiting to buy or what kinds of things I’m interested in, check out my wishlists through Amazon and ThinkGeek.

Feel free to wander around the party, and don’t forget: our authors want to hear from you! Please leave your thoughts and comments anytime, anywhere.


14 Responses to About Us

  1. Hello! I see you just liked my post:


    and would like to thank you! As this revolution is paradoxically taking place online, and is largely imaginative, I thank you for your support!

    • Lisa Taylor says:

      Hehe I like your post and support your cause! I will always have my old, beat up, faithful paper books, and I will always search for new ones! Thanks for dropping by my blog πŸ™‚


  2. A. W. Omyn says:

    I love your blog here, and so I would like to nominate you/your blog for a Liebster Blog Award. Linky for what that means = http://awomyn.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/i-read-liebster-i-see-lobster-either-way-ive-been-nominated/


    • Lisa Taylor says:

      Aww, thanks!! I’ll put that up and nominate some other blogs today! Oh, and I read your post. I most definitely have less than 200 followers πŸ™‚ (At least proclaimed followers which is all I can really measure!)

  3. geostan51 says:

    Are you the author who works a cash register and writes when she’s waiting for customers to come to her isle? It’s just that you are somewhat familiar to me by now, and my memory is not so good.

  4. This certainly seems like an interesting site. My first question would be: Can anyone comment on publishing through Amazon’s CreateSpace?

    • Lisa Taylor says:

      I’ve heard good things about publishing through createspace, though I’ve never done it myself. It does cost money if you want to get a good quality cover and distribution and such, but it doesn’t cost any more than any other subsidy publisher…usually it costs much less.

      However, if you want to publish through createspace you need to be prepared to do all your marketing yourself. That doesn’t sound like much, but it’s a huge job. Especially now, it’s hard to get people to spend their money, so I’d take some time to work out a marketing plan before you do it. You can buy limited marketing services from them, but always remember that when you are paying up front, the company has no invested interest in selling your work. That said, createspace is a very reasonably priced and easy option if you want to self-publish.

      My recommendation would be to search the internet for small press publishers. They still only take you on if they like your manuscript, but they are free and not as picky as the big publishers. I would only publish through createspace if you couldn’t get with a small press publisher.

  5. E.W. Soper says:

    Hey, I like your blog so I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award (I believe your third nomination). I link to you in my post: http://blog.sopoweredproductions.com/2012/03/20/technically-heroic-an-authors-adventure-has-been-deemed-versatile/#more-508

  6. Hi Lisa, (always great to meet another Lisa),
    Thanks so much for commenting about the Pet Peeves– I have a friend who works at a public library and she would second your comments about it being a drop off day care!
    And thanks for the Inspiring Blogger Award!
    Would you be interested in either an author interview or reviewing my book?
    On the Trail of the Ancestors: A Black Cowboy’s Ride Across America-
    http://www.lisakwinkler.com – email me through the website.

    • Lisa Taylor says:

      Oh, well hello Lisa! πŸ™‚ I’m closed to review requests right now because I already have so many in line, but I’d love to host you for an author interview πŸ™‚ I have to run to work now but I will email you later today through your site to set it up. Thanks!

  7. Ganesh says:

    Very nice blog! Thanks for following my blog. πŸ™‚

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