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...

A Witches Tea Party with Mark Taylor

  Witches Tea Party with Mark Taylor We found Witches Tea Party and wanted to share with you a feisty female protagonist written by a male author. I find the whole Salem history captivating, so this novella just begged to be added to our Guest Author pages. ...

Tea, a Good Mystery, and Ursula Marlow

It’s so delightful when authors stop over to visit. When Ms. Langley-Hawthorne dropped by, I couldn’t decide whether to serve English Breakfast or Earl Grey. Which would you serve? Tea and Mystery and Ursula Marlow By Clare Langley-Hawthorne When my...

Murder at the Marlowe Club and Edwardian Manners

What a treat to have Kate Parker stop by and impart some manners! Well, Edwardian manners. Have you ever thought about how it would be for you to live during that era? Historical Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series Publisher: JDP Press Edwardian Manners Imagine every man...

Shelly Frome, Moon Games, and Tower Time

Moon Games by Shelly FromeCozy Mystery/Amateur SleuthMilford House Press Please welcome Shelly Frome to ePen, and read on about demon spirits, church ladies, and his inspiration for Moon Games. Click on the cover to purchase your copy. Seeds for a Black Mountain...

Scottish Adventures by Sherrie Hansen

The Romance of Wildflowers and Scottish Adventures by Sherrie Hansen Thank you to Annie at the Editing Pen for inviting me to write a post about Scotland. As a hostess gift, I’d like to present Annie with a weekend stay at Blair Atholl Castle on the occasion of their...