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Why Literary Writers Have Not Yet Made the Transition to Self-Publishing

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Genre writers have been brilliant at self-publishing. Why not literary writers? The answer may lie in the readership. Read More »

Interview: João Cerqueira, Author of ‘The Tragedy of Fidel Castro’

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"I love making up stories. I create a world; I people it with characters; I unleash conflicts and offer solutions (that don’t always work)." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Cold and Lonely Place’ by Sara J. Henry

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Tory Chance is smart, athletic, principled and lonely, a likeable character who is just flawed enough to get in her own way. Read More »

Interview with Shelley K. Wall, Author of ‘Flood, Flash, and Pheromones’

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"I write action scenes with fights in them, so beating my muse into submission is no big deal." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Maddaddam’ by Margaret Atwood

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Maddaddam is the third and final book in Margaret Atwood’s phenomenal Maddaddam Trilogy that also includes Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. Read More »