There’s a saying that if you want to read a book that you can’t find on the shelf, then you should write it yourself.* I follow the (paraphrased) advice of that amazing author, Toni Morrison, as does the hilarious and personable Cody Wagner. His style is so clear that you feel like you’re having… Read More 20 Questions With…Cody Wagner.
Although I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting this author in person-I can tell we’re soul sisters based on our mutual love of cats and her amazing stories. If you’re looking for a gentle escape that will take you to a fantastical land then she’s got a story for you. It’s almost summer time so… Read More 20 Questions With…Jacqueline E Smith
Get excited for the release of ‘Everyone Dies: Collected Works of a Morbid Author’ with this playlist which inspired the 21 tales. … Read More Music to die to
It wasn’t long ago that I first heard Kate read two of her pieces and I was instantly brought back in time. As a fan of ancient Greece and Rome I find myself falling in love with her characters along with the history that surrounds them. Not only have we been awarded by Spider Road… Read More 20 Questions with…Kate Spitzmiller
I love music. Well maybe love isn’t strong enough a word, because it has been instrumental (pun intended) in my personal writing process. So to all the musicians out there-thank you. Below are the specific songs that were integral to the writing of my romantic thriller ‘Unseen’; which introduces you to Samantha Locke, a volitive… Read More A Thrilling Playlist for ‘Unseen’
I refer to her as my mentor, and I tell everyone that she’s my Mom’s favorite author, but in actuality her most important role to me is friend. Pamela Fagan Hutchins has numerable fiction and non-fiction titles, a multitude of awards, and can turn out books faster than you can say gluten-free brownies. I met… Read More 20 Questions with…Pamela Fagan Hutchins
She wears so many hats that I don’t even know where to begin. But I guess that explains her poetry since it too has a million different perspectives. I suppose it’s because T. Haven Morse perfected the craft of performance before she delved into the art of the written word. When she’s not enjoying time… Read More 20 Questions with…T. Haven Morse