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GUEST BLOG: Imitation and Identity by Elizabeth Rasche

Writers are so often advised to “write the sort of book you love to read.” As a Jane Austen fan, I have often wished she had lived to write more books. It...

GUEST BLOG: Unlikely, Unexpected Partners: Writing Corey and Abe In INSIDE PASSAGE by Burt Weissbourd

After serving 22 months for drug smuggling, a crime she didn’t commit, Corey Logan is finally released from a Federal Correctional Institution. All she wants now is to get her teenaged son...

GUEST BLOG: Brooklyn James on JUST SHELBY

As an author/singer-songwriter who draws as much inspiration from songs in book writing as I do from books in songwriting, I think book playlists are the greatest thing since self-publishing. Ten years ago...

GUEST BLOG: FALLING TEMPERATURES BRING FALLING PRICES ON MY BOOKS! by Rita Herron

Fall always brings the beautiful colorful changes of the leaves, cooler weather, cozy warm fireplaces, and the excitement of the holidays! Although the pandemic has created social distancing and kept us at...

GUEST BLOG: I Swear, The Research Is Half the Fun Or How I Met the Chevalier De Saint-Georgesby Susanne Dunlap

You’d think that, by the time you get to writing the third book in a historical fiction series, where many of the characters exist and you’ve thoroughly researched the time and place,...

4-STAR REVIEW: SHELLEY AND THE UNKNOWN LADY by Lona Manning

Release Date: October 5, 2020 Percy Bysshe Shelley’s brief and turbulent life was as passionate and haunting as his poetry. Romantic, idealistic and impulsive, Shelley had several intense love affairs. When Shelley drowned at sea,...

INTERVIEW: Richard Buxton Author of the Shire’s Union Series

Please join me in welcoming Award-winning author Richard Buxton today, and thanks so much for joining us!  In your book, The Copper Road—Beyond the Promise, the second book in your Shire’s Union series,...

GUEST BLOG: WANT TO BE A WRITER – IS IT EVER TOO LATE? by Ellen W. Martin

I’m envious of those individuals who discovered a passion for writing when they were young. My muse didn’t come a knockin’ until the last quarter of my life. That’s not completely true....
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