Emily Frankel’s question, “What do you wish for” (usually a fun topic) becomes an SERIOUS topic. What John says gets … More (VIDEO) WHAT DOES JOHN CULLUM WISH FOR?
Hey Everyone!! 🙂 I’ve got Tory Gates in my APC spotlight, today! Tory is an active and supportive member of … More #APC #Spotlight: Live From The Cafe By Tory Gates!
It’s that time again! Opening Lines blog day is upon us. This week I’m welcoming Roger A. Price to my … More Opening Lines: Vengeance by Roger A. Price
Death of a Sad Face is a Serafina short. It began life as part of an anthology and morphed into one … More Perception and Reality: Death of a Sad Face
Happy Fortune Cookie Day!We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to … More What’s Your Fortune?
Introducing Katie Ward: It’s my pleasure to introduce you to author Katie Ward. Today, Katie has stopped by to tell … More The Pretender by Katie Ward.
Rhuddlan castle was a fine palace. Inside the castle there were great state rooms where a petty king and his … More The Princess of Rhuddlan.
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As I wandered through the small press area at WonderCon in March of 2018, I discovered a well-organized table for … More Author Interview: The Brothers Cheney
Ever wonder why new customers get all the breaks? Faster speeds from the Internet service providers? Lower cost data on … More Your Chance to Win a Signed, Proof Copy Of Half a Mind
We got into St. Petersburg, Florida on Wednesday Sept. 5. Unfortunately, I hadn’t booked the conference hotel which was already … More St. Petersburg Florida
I admit it: part of me wishes I had woken up on my fourteenth birthday with a steadfast desire to … More Reinventing Yourself: Nine Tips
For the last two years, I’ve been a regular monthly contributor to the Authors Electric blog. As I streamline my … More Here’s Cheers to a Local Pub’s Reading Initiative
This post is WAY late, but, finally, here it is, the history of The Most Special Chosen. Learn about all … More The Most Special Chosen, Pt. 1
Two men in casual clothes are standing in the street, in front of a house that is currently undergoing renovation. … More There’s always a story …
Rose washes up on the beach alone in The Burgeoning, the morning after their ship went down. When she starts … More Rose and Fuzz Decide to see Balley Cheerey
by Lisa Hirsch My mom has Alzheimer’s disease for 14 long years. Out of her suffering from this disease not … More From the AlzAuthors Blog: Lisa Hirsch, author of “Letter to My Mom” and “My Mom My Hero”
Seven years ago, in Sept 2011, I left my day job to become a full-time author-entrepreneur. Every year since I … More Lessons Learned From 7 Years As An Author Entrepreneur
During the 18th-century, there was an explosion of growth in the number of people spending time reading. Amongst the many … More Georgian Readers and Their Impact
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Anvar lit his pipe and walked over to the rail. “Many years ago, Dirk was building his business. Items of … More Excerpt “Quest for the Red Sapphire”
I’ve been on a reading binge lately, focusing on historical romances. I have a soft spot in my heart for … More Book Reviews: My Historical Haul
The Deuce is back on HBO for its second season. As was the case with first season, the most enjoyable … More The Deuce Is Back – Still without Cellphones and that’s a Good Thing
This one is from Sherri, and I think it is particularly appropriate for today’s date. She asks a question about … More PTSD and Writing Expendable
I’m lucky to have had three sponsored book tours in Germany, a country I surprisingly fell in love with, given … More My Quirky Book Tours In Germany