Author interview with Dr. Cary Lowe about his book, Becoming American. … More Becoming American
The Animal Court transports you to a country on the verge of collapse. Unless Gertrude can enact drastic changes, the country she loves will be lost to the animal court.
This fantasy-romance is now available to join your bookshelves! … More It’s Here!
Getting to Know You Welcome to the new branch of our author interview series! Today, we’re talking with authors to lean a bit more about their writing worlds. In today’s interview, we’re chatting with author Jeff Pollak. Mr. Pollak is the author of First Second Coming, a supernatural romantic suspense. What advice would you give … More Getting To Know You: Author Jeff Pollak
Author S. Faxon spoke with author Dennis Crosby about tips for writing Urban Fantasy: I had the pleasure of chatting with Dennis Crosby about his book, Death’s Legacy. The adult urban fantasy is about Kassidy Simmons, who must journey home and confront a past she’s been running from for two decades. She’ll face-off with enemies, … More Writing Urban Fantasy
While she was able to publish her first book, things did not go as expected, but it was a tremendous learning process and a successful “experiment” that helped her to learn and grow as an author. … More The Writing Journey
As a San Diegan, comic-enthusiast and creative warrior, I found it my duty to post a series of videos this week honoring Comic-Con. … More Best of Comic-Con at Home
In my conversation with author Jr Strayve Jr. (Jerry) last week on my Youtube channel, we covered a variety of topics including the task of linking real-life experiences to the page. In Jerry’s book, First Spouse of the United States, we follow Ricardo Chambers, Rocky, as he pursues his dreams amid a multitude of challenges … More Linking Real-Life to Writing
In this time of quarantine, author and art historian Cornelia Feye discussed in our Author Interview how to look at our time stuck inside in a different way. Cornelia found three parallels of being stuck at home to her time at the Tasahara monastery: Like in the monastery, we can’t really go anywhere, see our … More Renegotiating Time
How many of us authors, readers, event planners, brokers, bakers, candlestick makers are presently dealing with working from home? There are a lot of challenges that we are facing in this new world, so here are some helpful tips that I picked up in an interview with organizational development professional, Dr. Ann Gladys, author of … More Working From Home
Though his sons thought him feeble, he was still more than capable and sound in body and mind. It troubled him to think that his sons wanted so little to do with him, but here in this moment, this little one needed him now. … More Fruits of Their Labor
It breaks my heart to see our nation hurting so, but from the chaos and ashes we will rise with greater love and opened eyes. … More I Stand With You
When was the last time you read a book that makes you think? … More Makes You Think