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INTERVIEW: With Renaissance Man Gary Goldstein Plus Giveaway!

Today we welcome Renaissance Man, and uber-talented, screenwriter, playwright, and author Gary Goldstein!  What drives your story forward in your books the most, the characters or the plot, or do you feel...

GUEST BLOG: The Mirror Inside the House by Toby Negus Plus Giveaway!

A story: There once lived a mirror that sat on the wall in a family house. It was quite a nice spot to be, for it saw the family often as they...

GUEST BLOG: A Shamanic Approach to Adversity: Marjorie Carter’s writing of RED WITH NATIVE BLOOD by Randal Nerhus Plus Giveaway!

In my decades of study and practice in the field of religion, I’ve found that shamans are different from others by the intensity of their discipline and an unrelenting belief that they...

GUEST BLOG: Ann Radcliff’s Influence On Jane Austen by Alissa Baxter Plus Giveaway!

While researching my latest Regency romance novel, The Viscount’s Lady Novelist, I found some fascinating information about the popular women novelists of the time. My heroine, Harriet Linfield, grew up reading Gothic...

GUEST BLOG: Sisters by Heather Chavez Plus Giveaway!

My second thriller BLOOD WILL TELL is a book about sisters. Sure, it’s about other stuff, too. It’s a thriller, so of course, there are also long-held secrets and people behaving very...

GUEST BLOG: Murder, He Didn’t Write by Charles Salzberg Plus Giveaway!

I became a crime writer by accident. My first novel, Swann’s Last Song, was written as a one-off. And the only reason it was written at all was as a “I’ll show you,”...

INTERVIEW: With Christian Sci-Fi Author, RV Minkler Plus Giveaway!

Today we welcome Christian Sci-Fi Author RV Minkler as he answers our questions to find out more about him.  What drives your story forward in your books the most, the characters or the...

GUEST BLOG: Writing Real-Life in Historical Fiction by Eleanor Kuhns Plus Giveaway!

Although I write historical murder mysteries, I always try to include real life problems for Rees and his family. Events and the interactions between the characters will always affect them. In Murder, Sweet...

GUEST BLOG: If Mouse Trap Was Made Into a Movie by Matt L Cost Plus Giveaway!

As I write this, I’m contemplating writing a screenplay for Wolfe Trap, the first book in the Clay Wolfe/Port Essex PI series. Mind Trap was the second. Mouse Trap is the third. The characters would...

GUEST BLOG: Triggers Don’t Come with Warnings by Trish Arrowsmith Plus Giveaway!

I’ve been told by a few people that I should include trigger warnings in my books. So far, I have chosen not to include them. I know it may be a turn...

GUEST BLOG: The Karpata Incident by Davin Goodwin Plus Giveaway!

My wife, Leslie (also known as Double L – Lovely Leslie), and I have accumulated more than eight hundred scuba dives on the island of Bonaire. It’s our home away from home,...

GUEST BLOG: Childhood and Nannies by Stacey Halls Plus Giveaway!

Though children have been around since the dawn of time, childhood is a relatively new concept, invented by the Edwardians. In the early 20th century, children were brought out from the attic...
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