Writing a relatable memoir – by Linda Strader

Guest Posts Author Linda Strader is here to talk with us about writing memoirs and Summers of Fire. Check out her bio below. Oh, the stories Linda must have in her notebooks.   WRITING A RELATABLE MEMOIR When I initially wrote my memoir, it never occurred to me...

Interview with Elizabeth Pantley

Interview with Elizabeth Pantley Elizabeth Pantley braved the drive over for a short interview, so I got out my best tea service and freshly baked cookies. She arrived with a giveaway for you!   Interview with Elizabeth Pantley It’s great to meet you! I hope you...

Excessive Alliteration Nay or Yay?

  Ask Lucy!   Dear Lucy, I love excessive alliteration, okay maybe just a healthy dose of alliteration. But why is it frowned upon in my fiction fantasy? Pondering Penny           Dear P squared: While some alliteration here and...

The Masque of a Murderer by Susanna Calkins

Susanna Calkins The Masque of a Murderer Right from the first pages, the author’s rich touches of setting and locale immediately had me engrossed in the story. I was drawn to the characters and their complex relationships, particularly between Sarah and her father. I...