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 →

Guest Post: Should an Author Stick to One Genre? by Kayl Karadijian

Should an author stick to one genre? Most authors tend to stick to one genre. Fantasy writers typically only do Fantasy. Scifi lovers focus on the future and whatifs and nothing more. Romancers can’t get enough of John Smith, and on and on. As an author who started with fantasy, then did a nonfiction memoir,... Continue Reading →

Review: Voodoo Days at La Casa Fabulosa

Synopsis: When food writer David Dominé buys a three-story Victorian house, little does he know it is located in an enchanted neighborhood, one full of gargoyles and gas lamps, hidden courtyards, towers, turrets, and gingerbread trim. The 1890s structure he will call home becomes known as La Casa Fabulosa--or the fabulous house in Spanish--because of... Continue Reading →

Review: Secret Life of Thomas Commons 

Synopsis:  The Secret Life of Thomas Commons is about the emotional struggles of Mr. Thomas Franklin Commons and Mr. Wesley Tobias Ashfield as they battle their tragically structured upbringing and predetermined lives. Mr. Thomas Franklin Commons is a wealthy, but bitter twenty-two year old man living in London, England when he meets Mr. Wesley Tobias... Continue Reading →

Lessons learned and happiness shared: a teacher turned writer talks about her books…

Do you remember the last time you had one life-changing, earth-shaking realization? A piece of insight that came to you like a thunderbolt and changed you forever. In moments like that, we remember the event in great detail, through all of our senses. For me, it was the spring of 2015. I was sitting at... Continue Reading →

Author Interview & Excerpt with P.K. Tyler

You’re the head of marketing for Novel Publicity, a business woman, and an award winning author. What does a typical day work day look like for you? P.K.: A lot like this: https://media.giphy.com/media/DpB9NBjny7jF1pd0yt2/giphy.gif How do you find balance between working life, your family and everything else? P.K.: Have a forgiving spouse? I don’t do everything,... Continue Reading →

Review: Thanksgiving Eve 

Synopsis: Ray Seymour receives frightening news from his doctor on Christmas Eve. He goes home, feeling sad and angry, to confront the tense atmosphere of his home. His wife, eight-year-old daughter, and fifteen-year-old son remain separate, not cohering into a family. Ray resolves to make things better in whatever time he has left. Unfortunately, his... Continue Reading →

Research in Las Vegas by Jennifer Samson

Research in Las VegasBy Jennifer Samson  Las Vegas has always fascinated me. There are so few cities on earth that have grown at the speed of Las Vegas. It’s history is full of the mafia, nuclear weapons testing, murders, reclusive billionaires, and amusement park-like casinos. What’s not to love?  When I decided to set my... Continue Reading →

Review: The Duke’s Ever Burning Passion

Synopsis: Are second chances truly possible? The Duke of Sermont, Shep, has spent every summer since childhood at Pritchford Place... with his best friend's sister. Lady Julia Frederickson. As they grew, their relationship grew into something else... Love. Writing letters back and forth to one another and making plans has been a part of them...... Continue Reading →

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