Venice as a setting for The Unknown Realms

When I started The Secret of the Tirthas, Venice was high on the list of possible…

The Murder Club – Part 2 is released!

Hey everyone, my dark, psychological graphic novel “The Murder Club: Useless Deaths – Part 2” is…

All That Catholic Jargon

Meet Lorraine. She’s Denny’s mom. Denny is Fina’s husband. Fina is the main character in the…

Wendy is Free!

At last Wendy is free! We were hill-walking in Derbyshire, and she fell off a hill.…

Happiness List Week 26

This week’s challenge is to make a list of the times when you felt like you…

Blog Tour and Review: POISON BY PUNCTUATION A Chalkboard Outlines Mystery by Kelley Kaye

  Synopsis High school teacher Emma Lovett is finally recovering from her first year of teaching…

The Epic Conclusion is Finally Here!

THE LEGEND OF OESCIENNE THE RECKONING Now available where ebooks are sold! Get your ecopy today!…

Author Susin Nielsen’s writing workshop

“at the writers’ workshop”  ldyck On a soggy Friday in June, seven writers met at the…

Update on Release Dates for Dust and Core’s Attack

Happy Sunday everyone! A quick post to keep everyone up to date on what is going…

How to Make Travel Writing Work for You

If you missed my mini-travel writing workshop at the Mystic Journey Bookstore can still get my…

297. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Note: Strong language. Sunday, June 24th, 11:00am Sean (and Drommen)   Sean sits at the window.…

Charlene Raddon’s THE SCENT OF ROSES – Western Romance with Mormons, Ghosts, Too Man Wives and a Man Falsely Accused

Set in the mining town of Whiskey Ridge, Arizona Territory in 1889, this is the story…

Sunday Book Review and Special Guest Feature with Colleen Chesebro – Fairies, Myths, & Magic

Today, my Sunday Book Review has a bonus feature added to my review. My dear friend…

10 things authors should NOT do by someone who did them all

No. 8 Just a few words on the bitter reality of rejections. After 35 years of…

A Gathering of Dragons – Chapter Twenty-four

On his way to the castle, Farloft spotted Arrud lying in the mud of the churned…

About that series I was planning to write…

In February of 2017, I posted that I was starting on a new YA Fantasy series.…

The reason we need amateur detectives in fiction and fact

Do we need amateur detectives in fact or only in fiction? You probably know I have…

How self-publishing opened up a whole new universe for science fiction and fantasy authors

Self-published authors have revitalized the science fiction and fantasy sectors over the past decade and now…

Jeff’s Musical Car with Jeff Boudreau.

Something Different this week!   Istumbled upon this interesting and original website recently while searching for…

School Threats

***READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED*** Posts about real school tragedy, crime and/or events can be upsetting. You…

Review of ‘Coal Hollow’ by Cher Duncombe *****

Caroline Davis, a Private Investigator, divorced from a possessive husband, parents who did not really love…

The Greatest Welfare Plan Ever, Free Land, part 3

Settlers were enabled to acquire more free land by the Timber Culture Act signed into law…

New Historical Mystery Anthology

For over eight years I have been an active member of the Historical Fiction Authors Cooperative,…

Interview with Bobbi Riesling

Today I’m welcoming Bobbi Riesling. She’s a resident of a home with a very haunted history.…

Kindness in Literature

There’s been a lot of negativity in online communities as of late. And while it’s important…