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Book Review: ‘The Black Hour’ by Lori Rader-Day

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Rader-Day draws her heroine’s character with an Exact-o knife, leaving her sharp edges intact. Read More »

Interview: Faye Rapoport DesPres, Author of ‘Message from a Blue Jay’

"I rarely think of the financial side of things when I define success."

Faye Rapoport was born in New York City and has lived in upstate New York, Colorado, England, and Israel. She earned Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Brandeis University and the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry before starting a career writing for environmental organizations. After becoming a full-time and freelance journalist, she also built a ... Read More »

What Are You Writing?

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Writers are worker ants, always labouring, often without pay, for the good of the nest: the planet we all share. All writing is political. Read More »

Blogcritics Does (Flash) Fiction: Soliciting Writers and Stories

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Soliciting contributors for Blogcritics’ new Flash Fiction section. Read More »

Interview: Nina Amir, Author of ‘The Author Training Manual’

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Author training expert Nina Amir transforms writers into successful authors and writer-entrepreneurs. 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 »

Book Review: The True Secret of Writing by Natalie Goldberg

The Zen of writing and writing retreats, from an established master. Read More »

Interview: Deb Elkink, Author of The Third Grace

“Promoting through the Internet is less personal but allows me to be more detailed and precise in my synopsis—and blogs are so much fun to write…” Read More »

A Labor Day Tribute To The Working Author

Celebrating hard working authors everywhere... Read More »

Book Review: The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

The darkness of a past full of pain threatens today's light and hope. Read More »