Meet Finding Claire Fletcher Author Lisa Regan (eFestival of Words Nominee)!

Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Lisa Regan, the author of the suspense and crime novel, Finding Claire Fletcher. I found this book recently while scrolling through Amazon and downloaded it based on the reviews and comments. Turns out to have been a good move! Lisa weaves a suspense novel around a young, newly …

Do You Take Advantage of Your Writing Community??

I am fortunate to live in a mid-size city where a group of writers decided to create a hands-on, active writing community. Those adventurous souls founded the James River Writers several years ago. This group hosts an annual writers' conference with authors, agents, editors, and publishers. (I have seen some fantastic speakers there). They also …

Ongoing Debates: Book Reviews and Digital vs. Print

Today I have the honor of appearing on two blogs, both great resources for writers. Gina's Library is a big supporter of books and authors. She works with both individual authors  and organized book blog tours. That's a big task and one that is sincerely appreciated. Today, I am appearing on her blog to answer …

Interview With M.C.V. Egan: The Bridge of Deaths and Co-writing

M.C.V. Egan is the author of THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS and the forthcoming 4COVERT2OVERT IN 33 DAYS. Midwest Book Review called THE BRIDE OF DEATHS "an unusual yet much recommended read." I just love the title as well as the fact that THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS is inspired by true life events and filled with references to those events. …

Baby Grand: Interview With Dina Santorelli

Even before Dina Santorelli published BABY GRAND, she was already an accomplished writer and editor. Last year, she published her debut novel, BABY GRAND, a fast-paced thriller, beautifully written with strong characters and surprising twists. (Yes, I've had the pleasure of reading the book and loved it.) I'm truly amazed at how she accomplishes so …

A Writer of Many Genres: Guest Post by Vicki Taylor

Over the last year, I have written a few times about genres: how to define them, how to classify your own writing, and even what might happen when established authors try their hands at something new. I love reading and writing genre fiction which I believe is one of the greatest sources of entertainment ever …