Mayra Calvani writes fiction and nonfiction for children, teens and adults. She also offers online workshops on the art of reviewing and picture book writing at SavvyAuthors.com.
Burgess writes stories that are amusing but instill and reinforce positive character traits.
Military horror author Vincent Hobbes talks about this genre and his new novel, Khost.
"Looking for a publisher involves hitting your head against a brick wall repeatedly, and you can't stop until you knock a hole in it," says Amsden.
Crazy Quilt is a beautifully written, powerful novel about the fear of death and the true meaning of love for life.
Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories.
Having read Conner’s work before, I know she has a soft spot for tortured, imperfect heroes with big hearts who at times suffer a disability.
Well-researched and filled with fascinating data, The Long Road Home is a must read for Civil War history enthusiasts.
"I'm exploring my ancestors' romances, friendships, adventures, hardships in a historical context."
"The novel is an endurance race, where there are miles to go, numerous paths to take," states Valjan.
"I wondered how filling out a tax return and writing a check to the treasury could possibly strike such a powerful moral chord."