Archive for March, 2014

#My Writing Process Blog Tour
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#My Writing Process Blog Tour

Today is my day on The My Writing Process Blog Tour, where writers and authors answer questions about their writing processes. My friend Leila Gaskin invited me to the tour & she posted about her work last week. Check out her writing process here:  Check out her novel, Hot Flashes: http://www.amazon.com/Hot-Flashes-Leila-Gaskin/dp/0615871852 Now for My […]

Looking For La La & To Catch a Creeper by Ellie Campbell
Book Reviews

Looking For La La & To Catch a Creeper by Ellie Campbell

Bridget Jone’s Diary by Helen Fielding is one of my favorite books & Looking For La La by Ellie Campbell (a pseudonym for sister writing team Pam Burks and Lorraine Campbell) had similar laugh out loud British humour.  My first lol moment is when Cathy reminisces about meeting her now husband, Declan. They […]

The Sugar House- Jean Scheffler
Book Reviews

The Sugar House- Jean Scheffler

The Sugar House story is told by eight-year-old Joe, not Joseph, Jopolowksi. However, the nuns at school insisted on calling him Joseph “despite the fact that his birth certificate clearly stated his name is Joe. He even brought it to school and showed it to Sister Mary Monica to no avail. […]

Interview with Author Jeffrey Cook
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Interview with Author Jeffrey Cook

Jeffrey Cook lives in Maple Valley, Washington, with his wife and three large dogs. He was born in Boulder, Colorado, but has lived all over the United States. He’s contributed to a number of role-playing game books for Deep7 Press out of Seattle, Washington, but First Light is his first […]

Interview with Mary Delorme, Author of St. Bartholomew’s Man
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Interview with Mary Delorme, Author of St. Bartholomew’s Man

“Subtle, moving, beautifully told”, and based on all the real facts available, ‘St Bartholomew’s Man’ will take you in accurate period detail, to a time in the 12th century when life was brief and harsh. To the time a humble man, a mere court jester to King Henry 1st, yet […]

Heart of Eternity- N. Jay
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Heart of Eternity- N. Jay

HEART OF ETERNITY AUTHOR: N. JAY RELEASE DATE: DECEMBER 25, 2013 PUBLISHER: MIRADOR PUBLISHING UK PAGES 99 GENRE: MULTIFACETED, CONTEMPORARY ROMANTIC SUSPENSE/PARANORMAL     HEART OF ETERNITY   EXCERPT Soft lines of emotion crossed his forehead as he turned and looked into her eyes one last time, confused as to why […]

To Touch the Sun- Laura Enright Interview
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To Touch the Sun- Laura Enright Interview

  Title: To Touch The Sun Author: Laura Enright Genre: Horror/Vampire Length: 207 page, 100,000 words Release Date: 25th February through Amazon for paperback and kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Touch-The-Sun-Laura-Enright-ebook/dp/B00IMSSFDG Synopsis: 1916: France, The Great War. Narain Khan was 25 when he left his native India to fight in the  trenches of the […]

Interview With Author Christopher D. Votey
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Interview With Author Christopher D. Votey

  Bio  Christopher D. Votey was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1980, first son of Steve Votey and Jolene Knight (née Nichols). He is a college graduate in Computer Science at Collins College in Tempe, Arizona and has worked in the computer field for 10 years. After a debilitating work […]

Book Review & Interview-The Mind’s Eye- K.C.Finn
Book Reviews / Guest Authors

Book Review & Interview-The Mind’s Eye- K.C.Finn

  I received this novel in exchange for an honest review. 15-year-old Kit Cavendish and her 10 year-old-brother, Leighton, are traveling by train to a village in North Wales, while their mother remains in London to help with the war effort. Kit suffers from a physical disability; therefore she spends […]

The Nearest Poem Anthology Giveaway!
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The Nearest Poem Anthology Giveaway!

I’m proud to say I contributed an essay to The Nearest Poem Anthology, which is now available for purchase at Cedar Creek Publishing: http://www.cedarcreekauthors.com/ I selected “The Etching,” a poem by Ralph Stillman Emerson (page 106/my essay is on page 107) “From the classics to contemporary authors, a collection of over […]

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