A Time to Kiln: The Magic is in the Process

Do you have a set routine to get you going on that first draft? How do you handle a twist in the road? What’s your process? Read on to learn how Gilian Baker, author of A Time to Kiln, creates a process for her writing. Who Knew? The Magic is in the Process by...

Diana Paul is Loving the Dark Side

How flawed is your character? We want our characters to be real, flawed, and complex. So where do you draw the line between realistically human and just plain too disturbed to be likable? Author Diana Paul talks about her very real characters in Things Unsaid, a story...

Honor Kills, Truth Kills, Cash Kills, Coffee Good

Honor Kills! Nanci Rathbun gives us another mystery with Angelina Bonaparte! Honor Kills (Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries) Check out the review HERE. Too Much Coffee? by Nanci Rathbun, author I was eighteen years old, working my first full-time job and trying to fit in...

Catherine Kullmann brings us into Regency England

What a delight to have Catherine Kullmann stop by and bring us the flavors of Regency England. Settle in with a proper cup of tea and enjoy! Perception & Illusion charts Lallie’s and Hugo’s voyage through a sea of confusion and misunderstanding. Can they...

Beyond Dead with Bridget Sway

I recently had a little conversation with Beyond Dead’s not-so-alive character. Have you met Bridget Sway? Read about her thoughts on just how her afterlife really is Beyond Dead. Hi, my name’s Bridget Sway. Since there’s a pretty good chance you could win a...

The Magic of Writing a Midsummer Night’s Mischief

The Magic of Writing a Midsummer Night’s Mischief By Jennifer David Hesse There’s something magical about writing. By stringing words together, you can create something out of nothing. You can try out different words and phrases, one after another, link them...