Q: When did you begin writing your books? A: When I was nine or ten, I basically wrote a novelization of the Jackie Chan movie POLICE STORY. I remember being really proud of it and showing it to my dad, who wasn’t particularly impressed, suggesting that it was a waste of time, and that what I... Continue Reading →
Meet This Author: Edo Van Belkom
Q: You mentioned you write in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery. Tell us, readers, which genre is your favorite to write. It is true I have written in all those genres, to varying degrees of success, but it I had to choose one as a favorite, it would have to be horror. I enjoy writing... Continue Reading →
Meet This Author: Joanna Vander Vlugt
Q: What inspired you to write the sister duo thriller series? I wanted my heroine to have a family, a full background which allows for family drama. There was The Hardy Boys series with brothers. I thought there should be a sister series. With my heroine Jade Thyme, she may not always agree with her... Continue Reading →
Meet This Author: Lee Tobin McClain
Q: When did you first begin writing stories?I wrote my first book in my twenties, when I learned I might lose my job. I thought I’d make some quick cash and be done with it, but instead, I fell into a wonderful longtime career. Q: What was the name of your first book?Mountain Home, under... Continue Reading →
Review: To Catch the Setting Sun
To Catch The Setting Sun by Richard I Levine September 5 - September 30, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: There’s a killer loose on the island of Oahu. His targets? Young, native-Hawaiian women. But it also appears that he’s targeting and taunting Honolulu police detective Henry Benjamin who knew each victim and whose wife, Maya,... Continue Reading →
Meet This Author: Lori Wilde
Q: What themes can be found in your latest release, Second Chance Christmas? As the title suggests, the main theme is second chances, but there’s also a strong theme of redemption running throughout the book. Q: How would you describe the heroine?Quirky Jana is tough as nails but has a heart of gold that she’s afraid to... 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: Jennifer Ryan
Q: When did you first begin writing stories? A: I was always a good student, but writing wasn’t even on my radar until I was in my early thirties. I was an avid romance reader all through my twenties, thanks to my mom sharing all her books with me. I was always the person who... Continue Reading →
Meet This Author: Humphrey Hawksley
Q: When did you begin writing fiction?In the mid-1990s, I was the BBC’s Bureau Chief in Beijing. China was a fascinating assignment, a vast country waking up and turning itself into the factory of the world, building cityscapes, freeways, high speed rail and everything that makes up the glitter of the modern China we see... Continue Reading →
Interview with Author Declan Finn
Q: When did you begin writing the first novel in a series, Hell Spawn? I believe it was in 2017, somewhere in the fall. I know this mostly because there was an incident in the news that inspired a subplot in the novel. Q: How many books have you written for the NYPD Detective Thomas Nolan... Continue Reading →
Meet Author Anna J. Walner
Q&A with Author Anna J. Walner Q: How long did it take to write your debut novel, Garkain? From start to polish and publishing, I would say a little over four months The other books in the series were much quicker to write, already having that foundation. Building the character’s backstory was the most crucial part... Continue Reading →
Q&A with Author VS Holmes
Q: When did you decide to become a archeological sci-fi writer? I grew up fairly isolated, and found company in imaginary worlds. Speculative fiction was the first genre where I saw characters like myself as well. My search for community and story brought me to my career as an archaeologist. Sci-fi and fantasy is a... Continue Reading →
Review: Rogue Warrior
Synopsis: The first two books in the steamy medieval romance series, All the King's Men, from Margaret Mallory—together for one low price! Knight of DesireHis surcoat still bloody from battle, William FitzAlan comes to claim the strategic borderlands granted to him by the king. One last prize awaits him at the castle gates: the lovely... Continue Reading →
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Author Anne Gordon Q&A with Jennifer Anne Gordon Q: When did you decide to become a gothic horror writer? I don’t think I went into this thinking that I would be only Gothic Horror all the time, though Gothic fiction is my favorite to read. I think of myself not just as Gothic Horror, but... Continue Reading →
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Q&A with Author J.E. McDonald Q: When did you begin writing your novel, Ghost of an Enchantment? I started writing it in early 2020, right before the first major wave of the pandemic hit North America. Q: When will your novel release? It was released on January 26th of 2021. Q: What was the journey like for... Continue Reading →
Review: Still Waters
Synopsis: New York Times bestselling authors Heather Graham and Karen Harper team up with two fan-favorite stories that prove still waters run deep… The Island by Heather Graham On a weekend vacation, Beth Anderson is unnerved when she discovers a skull on the beach. As she starts to look into this mysterious find, handsome stranger... Continue Reading →
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Interview with Bestselling Author Lynette Eason
Lynette Eason grew up in Greenville, SC. She graduated from the University of South Carolina, Columbia, and then obtained her masters in education from Converse College. Author of twenty inspirational romantic suspense books, she is also a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA). In 1996, Lynette married... Continue Reading →
Women’s History Month: Author Nicole Strycharz
Two special ladies from my books are Abigail Everett and Henrietta Dexter. Both of them are from my Edwardian historical works, 'The Maybrook Trilogy'. Abigail is a woman that suffered the early loss of her mother and the wrath... Continue Reading →
Hitler and the Vril Society by Dina Rae
Hitler and the Vril Society by Dina Rae The Vril Society, a secret society practiced by Hitler and his inner circle, was made famous by The Coming Race (1871) by Edward Bulwar Lord Lytton. The book is about an underground world of aliens that use a power source called Vril. The aliens call themselves the... Continue Reading →
Review: The Dragon Stone Trilogy
Synopsis: The bestselling Dragon Stone trilogy is now available in one complete set. This fantasy series has sold over 100,000 copies in the US and the UK! Discover this epic fantasy series by bestselling author Kristian Alva! This set includes: 1. Dragon Stones: Book One of the Dragon Stone... Continue Reading →
How growing up in a female-dominated family influenced my stories, characters, and the overall inspiration for writing the Fair Fae Trilogy.” By Patricia Bossano
How growing up in a female-dominated family influenced my stories, characters, and the overall inspiration for writing the Fair Fae Trilogy. " By Patricia Bossano In general English, Matriarchy is a form of social organization in which descent and relationship are reckoned through the female line. It is also defined as a social system in... Continue Reading →
Author Interview with Brian Gallagher
Author Interview with Brian Gallagher ULM: What lead you to becoming a writer? I’m not sure I know. Years ago, I started a novel, but never finished it. Sometime in 2011, I grabbed my computer and started writing. The Vatican Protocol, more or less, wrote itself. When I’d come to a new thought or direction, I’d... Continue Reading →
Review: The Tesoro Series (Books 1-3)
Synopsis: The first three books of The Tesoro Series (plus a prequel short story) are now available all in one book! What would you do if your wild, thrill-seeking cousin who is known for deceiving you into going on disastrous road trips and “disadventures” asked you for a ride? Daphne Bleau (that’s right, like... Continue Reading →
In Love With A Haunted House by Kate Goldman Get This Book for FREE The last thing Mallory Clark wants to do is move back home. She has no choice, though, since the company she worked for in Chicago has just downsized her, and everybody else. To make matters worse her fiancé has broken their... Continue Reading →
It's 36 degrees here, in Mountain Home, AR. My keyboard feels ice cold. I have 1 exam today and 2 assignments to complete. Reading, Remembrance by Meg Cabot. I have 6 print copies I won online, and I am patiently waiting for their arrival. I know it will be weeks before I get them.... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow, I will be releasing my 4th nonfiction book, called If I Can Do It, So Can You. Anyone, who is interested in an advance copy for a review, can email me at: email@example.com. Advance copies will be $0.99 and once it's uploaded to Amazon the price will go up to $1.99. (Nonfiction/ Inspirational). Tomorrow,... Continue Reading →
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2 Book Reviews in 1! (Samantha Chase)
The Christmas Cottage by Samantha Chase is indeed a romance that will win the hearts of its readers. The story is about a character who doesn't seem to believe in love and then begins to wonder if it does indeed exist or not. Lacey Quinn is helping her best friend get a cottage ready for the... Continue Reading →
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We just finished editing three different manuscripts last week. If anyone else has a novel that needs editing the total cost will be $99, editing for a novella will cost $49, and editing a short story will cost $25. Please, email us your manuscript and which service you are requiring from us. Email us at:... Continue Reading →
#2 Writing Tips for the Day
Themes - Think of these as your thesis of your novel. Once you know what your thesis, use it throughout your novel. Task: Choose any one of your favorite novels. Why is this novel your favorite? Be as detailed as possible. Now, what can you learn from this author's craft? Task #2: Write about a... Continue Reading →
What Are You Currently Reading?
What are you reading? I am currently reading several novels and books at once. LOL. You are probably wondering..how can you manage that? Well, it's simple. The two books I am reading, are about writing fiction. The novels I am reading are completely different genres. This makes it possible to keep my reading straight. I... Continue Reading →
Summer for Writing!
Writers need to do many things such as keep up their writing skills, tone up their skills to the next level, learn how to engage readers with their plot, and how to make their stories the ones readers won't ever forget. But where do writers begin? And how? By taking classes that kept their minds... Continue Reading →
Book Review Club!
Hi, everyone. We are looking for book reviewers to sign up for free to review creative writing magazines which are published monthly, to review romance and science fiction fantasy novels as well as nonfiction novels. All of these reads will be provided for free in exchange for an honest review to be posted on... Continue Reading →
WHO IS YOUR HERO? AND WHY?
I was asked who my favorite hero was and I honestly don't know. I have read so many novels, it's hard to choose just one. So, who is your favorite hero and why? Your hero can be from any kind of novel.
Book Review: Stay with Me / More of Me by Samantha Chase
Samantha Chase sure knows how to write incredible, hot, and addictive reads. Her stories are charming, luring, and beautifully woven. She is a New York Times best-selling author whose novels are loved by countless readers all over the world. This collection of hers has two amazing novels for the price of one. Stay with Me... Continue Reading →
Central Ohio Fiction Writers (COFW) Contest! A Fundraiser & A Way to Get Published!
Central Ohio Fiction Writers (COFW) 21st Annual Ignite the Flame Contest All entries must be electronic. The COFW Ignite the Flame Contest will begin accepting entries on June 1, 2015. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. EST on July 15, 2015. Entrants must be unpublished in book-length fiction (minimum 40k) in the last... Continue Reading →
What Book are You Reading?
What book are you currently reading? Did you liked this book or hate it? And why? I currently read a novel that I just received the other day in the mail. It's called Faux Happiness. The story was compelling. It lured me in from the beginning leading to asking why. Why did it happen to... Continue Reading →
Contest for Writers from Writer’s Relief!
The Writer’s Relief Review Board Is Now Open For Submissions— But Only Until Thursday, April 16. We’re currently accepting new clients, but first you must receive Review Board approval. Our Review Board is accepting work in the following genres only: > Novels and memoirs > Poetry > Short stories and narrative nonfiction (personal essays) Space... Continue Reading →