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Do you have a question for the mentors? Please leave a comment below. We will try to answer all general questions as part of our regular blog features, either in Q&A form with input from all participating mentors, or as a blog post from one of our authors.

If you want to find the mentors elsewhere on the web, you can find us here:

Alexandra Alessandri: Website | Twitter

Jeanmarie Anaya: Twitter | Blog | Email

Veronica Bartles: Twitter | Website | Blog | Facebook | Goodreads | VBartles Design

Juliana L. Brandt: Twitter | Website

Katie Bucklein: Blog

Julie Dao:  Twitter | Website | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Goodreads | Wattpad

Helene Dunbar: Twitter |Website |

Kate Foster: Twitter | Website | Facebook

Susan Gray Foster: Twitter | Website

K.T. Hanna: Twitter | Website | Chimera Editorial Services

Michelle Hauck: Twitter | Blog | Facebook | Goodreads | Tumblr

Jennifer Hawkins: Twitter

Sharon Johnston: Twitter | Website | Facebook

Samantha Joyce: Twitter | Website | Facebook | Goodreads

Lynette Labelle: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Editorial

Trisha Leaver: Twitter | Website | Facebook

Molly Lee: Twitter | Website

Kim Long: Twitter | Blog

Tamara Mataya: Twitter | Blog | Facebook

Marty Mayberry:  Twitter | Website

Fiona McLaren: Blog | Twitter

Kara Leigh Miller: Website

Natasha Raulerson: Twitter | Website | Facebook
Nikki Roberti: Twitter | Website

Stephanie Scott: Twitter | Website

Kelly Siskind: Website

Rebecca Sky: Twitter | Website | Facebook | Wattpad | Blog

Rachel Lynn Solomon: Twitter

Hayley Stone: Website

Kes Trester: Twitter | Website

Jessica Vitalis: Twitter | Website

Brighton Walsh: Twitter | Instagram | Website | Newsletter | Facebook

Jenni Walsh: Website

Kendra Young: Twitter | Website | Tumblr


  1. Hi there! Was just curious if the names of winners for that huge mentor giveaway have already been announced? It's been quite some time so wasn't sure if the giveaway had been cancelled or if I just completely missed the post? Thank you!

  2. Hi guys,

    I'm Jo and I’ve been writing a humongous novel - its in five parts - forever, on and off, particularly during young parenthood and depression, to help keep me sane.

    Alias Jeannie Delaney is the life story of a devastating, charismatic cowgirl who’s the fastest gun in the west and also bisexual. She's goes through life as a cowgirl, outlaw leader, jailbird, deputy sheriff, rancher and mayor, and the main premise is her struggle for acceptance.

    Since my complete recovery from thirty years of depression I've decided it’s time to get it out there, and my husband, a brilliant critic, is helping me work through it. I'm blogging on its progress in my creative mental health blog, Creating My Odyssey, which is chronicling the rebuild of my creative lifestyle.

    I have posted chapters on Facebook groups in the past, but became concerned about plagiarism (it's such a masterpiece, you see!). Any suggestions on 'getting it out there' would be brilliant.

    Thank you so much.

    Jo UK
    Facebook Jo Bennett
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    LinkedIn Jo Clutton