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Interview: Sandra Gustafsson, Author of ‘Seared’

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Interview with Sandra Gustafsson author of the psychological thriller "Seared". Read More »

Interview: Carole P. Roman, Author of ‘A Flag for the Flying Dragon’


Interview with children's author Carole P Roman. Read More »

Interview with Jane Tesh, author of ‘Butterfly Waltz’


Interview with Jane Tesh, author of "Butterfly Waltz": "The creative process is something that I can’t resist or understand. I can’t explain where my characters come from. They are imaginary friends who never left me." Read More »

Interview: Lori Rader-Day, Author of the Mystery Novel ‘Little Pretty Things’

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You write about what you care about. You have to give your characters things to care about, too, right? Read More »

Interview with Actress/Author Shari Rigby


The Lord is always giving us opportunity to grow and start building for us. He did that at a very young age for me. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Bookseller’ by Cynthia Swanson


The bookshop is no longer as successful and Kitty and her friend Frieda must make a decision to move forward. Yet her dreams begin to seem more real than her life at the bookshop, and make her wonder. Does she have a choice in what she wants in life? Read More »

F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘s Fiction and Self-Creation

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Ernest Hemingway referred to Fitzgerald as "the great tragedy of talent in our bloody generation." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Being Mortal’ by Atul Gawande


The author of Being Mortal, a doctor himself, provides a thought-provoking examination of the issues and choices confronted at the end of life. Read More »

Flash Fiction: The Readers

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They would sit outside during the summer months on their covered porch, each one of them reading a book for hours at a time. Read More »

Book Review:’The Fault in our Stars’ by John Green


Throughout the story there is a beauty and humor, a ‘candle in the wind’ for each of those whose lives have been touched by cancer. Read More »