Meet This Author: Annie England Noblin

Q: When did you begin writing your novel, Christmas in Blue Dog Valley?Annie: During the height of the pandemic. It was such a stress relief for me to be able to sit down at my computer and write about a world I could control! Q: Where do you find inspiration for your writing?Annie: Everywhere. That’s... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: Tony Pisanelli

Q: When did you begin writing “The Phoenix Career Principles”?It’s basically a re-vision of my first book, “The Corporate Phoenix”, which was published in 2019. The response was gratifyingly positive, and because so many asked and encouraged me to expand and update the message of the book, in June 2021 I decided to add more depth and... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: Karen Schaler

How did you get your nickname “Christmas Karen?” After I wrote my first movie, the Netflix original ‘A Christmas Prince’ that became an instant holiday hit with two sequels, I went on to write three more Christmas movies for Hallmark and Lifetime, and three Christmas books for HarperCollins Publishers in 18 months. I also trademarked... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane

Q: When did you decide to write novels? Around turning 30, I was working at the local newspaper and starting to itch for a bigger challenge, but I knew that national journalism didn't really interest me either. After playing around with a Bridget Jones spoof for an advertising supplement, something clicked, and I realized I wanted... Continue Reading →

Meet Bestselling Author Julia London

Q: What was the first book that you have written and published? My first book was The Devil's Love, a Regency-era book about a forced marriage. That book was published in 1997 and is still available today.   Q: Which of your smaller characters did you enjoy creating the most in your new release, The Last Duke Standing?  There... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Children’s Author Mary Elizabeth Jackson

Q: Choose three words to describe your writing style.When writing for children my writing style is creative, imaginative, and free-spirited. I love writing from thethe perspective of the child. Their world is full of so much wonder and I really enjoy writing in thisgenre. Q: What inspired you to create this story? The series was inspired... Continue Reading →

Review: Living Lies

Debut Novelist Draws on Military and Law Enforcement Background to Craft a Heart-Pounding Romantic Suspense “Natalie Walters has masterfully woven an emotionally charged suspense and love story. It’s the perfect book for the avid romantic-suspense reader. Look for more novels to come from this new author!”—DiAnn Mills, author of Burden of Proof, http://www.DiAnnMills.com Ada, Mich—Natalie... Continue Reading →

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