BestSellerBound Recommends Book Trailer: Breaking Ties, by Jo Grafford


BestSellerBound recommends Book Trailer: Breaking Ties, by Jo Grafford today!


5 Ways to Keep Suspense Readers on Edge

5 Ways to Keep Suspense Readers on Edge

What is it that keeps us turning the pages of our favorite suspense books? Visit for the full blog post. Just a few hair-raising thoughts on the magic behind the scenes.

After reading the full post, leave an answer to the spooky question in the Comments section for a chance to win a Nook or Kindle copy of Breaking Ties (winner’s choice.) Happy reading!

Smokin’ Hot Releases – a February Newsletter Launch


Sign up now for Jo’s Smokin’ Hot Releases. This newsletter will launch in February and feature:

(1) sizzling new book releases from “sweet” authors,
(2) smokin’ book excerpts and trailers,
(3) too-hot-to-handle contests and giveways, and
(4) LOTS more exclusives for booklovers.

There also might be a game **wink wink**, a FB challenge involving first kisses, and a new comic strip called #Hashtagville.

The sign up form is at Nothing – absolutely nothing – is shared with anyone from the contact information you provide to receive my newsletter. Your privacy is of utmost importance to me!

A happy holiday weekend to you, and happy reading!
Cheerio, Jo Grafford

Guest Author Jo Grafford on Getting Published–It’s Just the Beginning

Guest Blogging about “Getting Published – It’s Just the Beginning” with Christ Corbett – Author of “Along The Way Home”

Christi Corbett's Blog

Today’s guest host is fellow Astraea Press author, Jo Grafford. She and I have chatted quite a bit about history (she’s a historical author too so we became fast friends!) and I’m thrilled to have her here on the blog today!

Without further ado, here’s Jo…

I’m so excited to be guesting here today on your blog, Christi! Many thanks for all of your mentoring and encouragement to me as a new author at Astraea Press, especially in that somewhat dreaded area of marketing.

 Getting Published – It’s Just the Beginning

I believe I was born to write, because I’ve been writing in some capacity all of my life. As a kiddo, I illustrated my own stories with a rainbow array of crayons. As a teen, I wrote poetry, composed music, edited my high school newspaper, and typeset for a local news journal. As an adult, I created miles…

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