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Book Review: ‘Disclaimer’ – A Novel of Psychological Terror by Renee Knight.

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'Disclaimer' is a complicated work of feeling and fear that raises the hair on the back of your neck, posing readers the question: Does the truth always set you free? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Killer, Come Hither’ – An Action-Filled Mystery by Louis Begley

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"Killer Come Hither" takes a deep look at morality and morals. If you enjoy mystery and suspense you will want this book for your library. Read More »

NAB 2015: Blogger Melanie Nelson Gets Down to Self-Editing Basics

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At the NAB Show 2015, in the Las Vegas Convention Center, surrounded by every video camera made, virtual sets, lighting equipment, online streaming hardware and software platforms, they didn't forget that it all begins with writing. Read More »

Interview with Joni Parker, Author of ‘Blood Mission’

I think staring at a blank piece of paper without any idea of what to say is intimidating and leads me directly into writer’s block.

A native of Chicago, Joni Parker joined the U.S. Navy during college, going on to earn a Master of Military Arts and Sciences Degree. Now retired, she devotes her time to writing. Her books include the fantasy/adventure trilogy, The Seaward Isle Saga: The Black Elf of Seaward Isle, Tangled Omens, and her latest, Blood Mission, where the fate of kings and the safety of ... Read More »

Interview: Marija Bulatovic, Author of ‘FANTASTICAL: Tales of Bears, Beer and Haemophilia’

"A good memoir is more than just recounting of the historical records."

"I also hope that readers will get a sense of curiosity about another time, place and enjoy some of the cultural elements FANTASTICAL presents." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Jeff Herman’s Guide to Book Publishers, Editors & Literary Agents’

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This is the twenty-fourth edition of Herman's guide to the publishing world, so you can trust he knows what he's doing. Read More »

Interview: Dr. Suzana E. Flores, Author of ‘Facehooked’

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The Internet and social media have made our lives easier, but they were never meant to replace life. Read More »

Flash Fiction: ‘The Five Stages’

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Why did Daniel insist on coming down here today? She wasn’t ready. They hadn’t set foot in the place in months. She wasn’t interested…in anything. Sheila shook her bangs out of her eyes and pushed open the oversized, wooden door. It creaked a little, stiff from disuse. She reached for the light switch to her right and felt the soft, ... Read More »

Four Letter Words: Learning How to Write from a Federal Prison

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If we as Americans want prisoners to succeed at something pro-social whether it be writing, learning, or not returning to a life of crime, we have to provide them with the tools to do so. 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 »