Agent Carter · Guest Posts · Marvel

“16 Reasons We Want Agent Carter Season 3” a guest post by Gigi Ezeldin

So many of us ADORE the television show Agent Carter are super bummed about the possibility that it may be over already after only two seasons. Our friend Gigi Ezeldin has a few (ok 16) reasons why the show should continue. Take a look! Spread the word. #RenewAgentCarter! This is for all Agent Carter fans,… Continue reading “16 Reasons We Want Agent Carter Season 3” a guest post by Gigi Ezeldin

Gail Z. Martin · Guest Posts

The Ghosts of Urban Fantasy by Gail Z. Martin

Amazing author Gail Z. Martin is back with a WeGeekGirls stop on her Days of the Dead tour. We appreciate you including us on your tour Gail!! According to urban fantasy, cities and small towns are filled to bursting with ghosts, vampires, shapeshifters, demons, fallen angels, Fey, ghouls, zombies and things that go bump in… Continue reading The Ghosts of Urban Fantasy by Gail Z. Martin

Guest Posts

“This is the end: dying a good death in SF” by Cassandra Khaw

One of the coolest things about WGGs is the connections that we make! I’m am thrilled we were introduced to a few UK based publishing companies recently and even more thrilled to be getting to know some talent they house. Stopping by the blog today is the newly published Cassandra Khaw, author of the Gods… Continue reading “This is the end: dying a good death in SF” by Cassandra Khaw

Gail Z. Martin · Guest Posts · Library Happening

Interested in doing a Kickstarter Publishing Project? Author Gail Z. Martin has a few thoughts to share.

Welcome, Welcome to author Gail Z. Martin, the first guest to post on our blog. We are thrilled to have you Gail!! ******************************************************************************** Five Things I’ve Learned About Kickstarter Publishing Projects By Gail Z. Martin I’m a Kickstarter anthology junkie. There. I’ve admitted it. I love the rush of watching the donor and dollar numbers… Continue reading Interested in doing a Kickstarter Publishing Project? Author Gail Z. Martin has a few thoughts to share.