Upcoming Agent Spotlight Interviews & Guest Posts

  • Agent/Author Claire Friedman & M.K. Lobb Guest Post w/Seven Faceless Saints Giveaway on 2/1/2023
  • Lori Steel Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 2/6/2023
  • Bethany Funk Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 2/23/2023
  • Agent/Author Lizz Nagle & J.A. Nielsen Guest Post w/The Claiming and Query Critique Giveaway on 3/6/2023
  • Kristen Terrette Agent Spotlight Interiew and Query Critique Giveaway on 3/20/2023

Agent Spotlight & Agent Spotlight Updates

  • All Agent Spotlights & Interviews have been updated as of 7/15/2020, and many have been reviewed by the agents. Look for them to be fully updated in 2023.

Commenting on Blog Posts Made Easier

Hi Everyone! I hope you're having a great Friday. I know some of you have had trouble commenting on blog posts. I always feel bad when I hear that. I'm not super technically oriented and don't always have a solution to the problem.

A blogger friend just suggested that I switch to the pop-up comment window to solve some of these problems. I just switched to it and hope that it will solve many followers' problems.

Also, I've learned over the years that you must allow cookies in order to comment. This is a blogger requirement. Some followers have told me that this has solved their commenting problems.

Email me at natalieiaguirre7@gmail.com if you continue to have problems commenting. And thanks for being a follower. I really appreciate it. 

Upcoming Interviews and Guest Posts

Monday, August 15th, I have an agent/author guest post with Marlo Berliner and debut author Refe Tuma with a giveaway of Refe’s MG contemporary fantasy Frances and the Monster and a query critique by Marlo

Tuesday, August 16th, I’m participating in the Old School Giveaway Hop

Wednesday, August 17th, I have an agent spotlight interview with Lynnette Novak and a query critique giveaway

Monday, August 22nd, I have a guest post by debut author Christyne Morrell with a giveaway of her MG science fiction Rex

Monday, September 1st , I'm participating in the Glam and Glitz Giveaway Hop 

Wednesday, September 7th, I have a guest post by debut author Keely Parrack and a giveaway of her YA thriller Don't Let in the Cold and my IWSG post

Monday, September 12th, I have an agent spotlight interview with Sarah Fink and a query critique giveaway 

Tuesday, September 16th, I'm participating in the Falling Into Leaves Giveaway Hop 

Monday, September 19th, I have a guest post by debut author Stacy Knockowitz and a giveaway of her MG historical MG historical The Prince of Steel Pier

Wednesday, September 21st, I have an agent spotlight interview with Jazmia Young and a query critique giveaway

Monday, September 26th, I'm reviewing Alba Dobb's MG historical The Other Side of the River and doing an ARC giveaway

Hope to see you on Monday!


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Much better! There are no issues with the popup box for some reason.

Rosi Hollinbeck said...

No problem here, Natalie!

Brenda said...

Sounds like you have a busy upcoming month! Hope you have a lovely weekend.

Truedessa said...

Thanks for the helpful tip!

Liz A. said...

I don't know why the pop up box works better, but it does. For now. I'm going to have to switch my blog over to it one of these days.

Jasmine Krouse said...

I assumed any trouble was on my end, as a fellow non-technician person haha

Max @ Completely Full Bookshelf (Hosting the #LiveLikeABookChallenge in January!) said...

Some of my readers have been having comment trouble as well (I also use Blogger), so I may need to try this out! It's definitely annoying, since every other platform has managed to figure out comments that work, but apparently not Blogger. But I appreciate both the change and the suggestion, Natalie!

Elizabeth Seckman said...

Thanks for the tips. I need change mine to the pop up version.

Natalie Aguirre said...

Hope my tip helps with your blogs too, Elizabeth and Max.

Natalie Aguirre said...

I agree that the problems with commenting on Blogger are really annoying, Max. They should make it easy, not harder, for people to comment.