Attention My Beautiful Guest Bloggers!


Please allow me to put D in a box so this can be short, simple and one hopes, distraction-free (good luck – oi!) . . .

First, thank you to all who volunteered to be guest bloggers while I attempt to cram as much writing in as possible while my dear child is away at his various camps.

Now, to the point: because I want all of you to get the credit for adding your creativity to my site while I’m off-line, I’m going to invite you to be “contributors” for the blog, using the public emails you’ve made available.

In this way, your gravitar/about me information will be at the end of your posts and you’ll know when the gracious public sends gives you the accolades you so deserve.

Of course, there is no requirement that you accept the invitation. If you would rather not, please send your post to If all the posts could be sent/posted on the dashboard by July 6, I will throw ticker-tape parades in your honor and sing your praises to all those who will listen to me screech.

If you would like to guest-blog at the DA Dialogues (and no, you don’t have to converse with D – that’s just how I deal with the chaos that is my brain), drop me a line in the comments or at my email address – I’d love to have you!

~ Katie, also known as A.






Published by Katie Sullivan

Descended of pirates and revolutionaries, Katie Sullivan is a lover and student of all things Irish. Born in the States, she is a dual US/Irish citizen, and studied history and politics at University College, Dublin – although, at the time, she seriously considered switching to law, if only so she could attend lectures at the castle on campus. She lives in Milwaukee with her daughter, two cats and a pesky character in her head named D (but you can call him Dubh). Her first series, The Changelings Saga, a young adult historical fantasy trilogy is available on Amazon. She can be found writing with said character at her blog, The D/A Dialogues.

24 thoughts on “Attention My Beautiful Guest Bloggers!

  1. I would love to guest blog for you, Katie! Since I’ll be at Camp NaNoWriMo in July, I would want to write about my work in progress. Perhaps D could help me out with that, give me some rock solid advice for my mystery novel :). What do you think?


      1. Why I am very flattered that you would hunt me down :). I actually missed your first post about guest blogging, so I’m glad I saw this one!


    1. Thank you, John! If you want to have a conversation with D (7th century Pict Druid (and warrior, and sometimes-god), that would be lovely, or another topic of your choosing. Charles is doing a piece on how the author’s interaction with the characters can alter the piece, to give you an idea. I always wondered if you feel nostalgic to your work that is now a door stop, or if those characters still talk to you at all. Whatever captures your fancy is welcome here!!


      1. So when I am finished I e-mail it to you? (by July 6th). I like the idea of conversation with D and the characters of the book in the laundry room. How about a combination?


      2. Sounds great, John!! Thank you! You can email me, or I can add you as a contributor – that way your byline is tagged to the post, and you’re notified of any comments. I can send you an invitation, if you’d like to do it that way.


      3. I’ll send you the invite! Pick a day between the 10th and the 19th (excluding the 17th) and it’s yours – I’ll schedule it as soon as you pick it!


      4. The 10th it is! As a contributor, you’ll be able to create the post, and then I have the “approval/Schedule” responsibility..

        Would it be possible to have it drafted on the dashboard by the 6th?


    1. Well, I’ve given you the 8th – I decided to save you all from the weekend doldrums.

      I think I may be the one who schedules… if not, that’s a mass email I’ll send on the 7th!


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