Bestselling author Judy Penz Sheluk takes the time to answer my 20 questions, so you should take the time to read it.… Read More 20 Q’s with Judy Penz Sheluk
It’s cool having Superwoman (Mom, musician, author, knitter) as a friend. And as you’d expect her answers to my 20 Q’s are amazing.… Read More 20 Q’s with D. Marie Prokop
Let Claire Fischer bake you some bread this holiday season with this scene from ‘The Bakery Assistant’.… Read More A treat from ‘The Bakery Assistant’
This story is held close to my heart. I’ve always loved the post apocalyptic genre, although I’d never put ink to paper until this story. It’s been published in a few anthologies, and even won a prize in the post apocalyptic YA short story genre from An Alliance of Young Adult Authors, it can also be… Read More ‘The End’-short story
I’m proud to announce that my debut novel-a romanic thriller- ‘Blood On The Potomac will be released on May 21 through Inklings Publishing and will be available for purchase on Amazon.com. But right now I’d like to talk about another novel-my debut Young Adult novel-‘Everything That Counts’. In the novel you meet Blake Morgan the… Read More What’s going on with ‘Everything That Counts’?
I remembered the first night we spoke, at a party, a week after I turned fourteen. It was a humid Saturday night and an ex had decided to start a fight with me. I turned into a full fledged drama queen, and ran crying to the solace of a wooden gazebo on the edge of… Read More A peek at ‘Caroline Hearts Toby’
I often try to have a meaning behind my stories, and in truth I wrote this one after wondering what other teenagers were doing when I was busy being a weirdo writing poetry on her jeans, but the aim is that you see the world through the eyes of someone who’s lost and desperately trying… Read More Molly – short story by Melissa Algood