I am always honored when someone asks me to appear on their site–  more than a little surprised, too.  In a sense they’ve welcomed me into their home. The experience always ends up being rewarding and humbling. As a thank you I want them to get as much exposure as possible. Therefore, I’ve listed each appearance here in the hopes that you’ll enjoy these posts, articles, and/or interviews. And perhaps, find a new favorite site.

June 14, 2015

Fiona McVie interviewed yours truly on Authors Interviews. Fiona asks some interesting questions about life, writing, publishing, and how my journey began. She started this site to get to know the authors whose books she enjoyed reading, an incredible reason if you ask me. Please join us here:

April 3, 2015

Christina Hamlett and Debbie McClure interviewed me on You Read It Here First.  This was a lot of fun. Some great questions, too, ones I’ve never been asked before. You can find it here: 

March 17, 2015:

A post entitled Which Publishing Path Should An Author Take written by me and Nicholas Rossis was republished on Venture Galleries as a feature article. You can find it here: Once in the blog you can read several articles written by me by typing “Sue Coletta” in the search box. The original is on this blog under: The Ups and Downs of Indie Life (click title to view original). 

March 16, 2015:

Sage Quintano from MARRED made her début appearance on Jena Baxter Books. Sage hit it out of the park with this interview. The crowd went wild. You can find it here:

February 23, 2015:

I did a guest post on Molly Greene’s blog— the queen of blogging– entitled Pursuing a Traditional Publishing Dream. It was a huge success– the comments alone blew me away and I gained a new friend out of the deal. Can’t ask for more than that. You can find it here:

February 18, 2015:

Nicholas Rossis did an author spotlight on yours truly. These author spotlights are always fun to read and even more fun to be a part of. I had a blast. You can find it here:

January 21, 2015:

I did a guest post on Garry Rodgers’ Dying Words entitled Demystifying Show vs. Tell. In the post I used examples from Karin Slaughter’s Fractured and Beyond Reach to illustrate my point. This post got shared so many times on Facebook I stopped counting. You can find it here:

I’ve had some fantastic guests on this blog, all of which you can find under My Guests in the main menu bar.

*If you’ve come to this page to ask me to appear on your site please use the contact form on the main page, or you can email me at: with “guest appearance” in the heading. Thank you for thinking of me!


**Since this is a new menu item I’ve concentrated on listing appearances in 2015 only. 



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