Tag: Author

Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel

            Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel   Writing a story, no matter what the length of it is, can be a daunting task. A story must be planned out and checked through a few times for errors, also adding… Continue Reading “Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel”

My journey by Behzad Azargoshasb ND

My journey by Behzad Azargoshasb ND   How did the “Rules of Health” come to be? My journey in author-hood began in my early 20’s. During that time I was going to University and every day I had a commute of about two hours.… Continue Reading “My journey by Behzad Azargoshasb ND”

Boy in the hole by Akiva Hersh (Book Review #659)

The boy in the hole is a fictional story about a boy named Jacob. He is raised by a family filled with many sexual secrets and fantasies. The family’s mental health is not in its best shape of the form and is filled with… Continue Reading “Boy in the hole by Akiva Hersh (Book Review #659)”

Interviewing Natasha Deen

What’s your favorite thing that someone else has written? Hands down, my favorite book is Watty Piper’s The Little Engine that Could.

Why I write? By Romario Ashley

  Why I write? By Romario Ashley What does it mean to write? What does it mean to pull words out of the air and create images for others to see? For a long time, I ignored those questions and I was content with… Continue Reading “Why I write? By Romario Ashley”

Seeing the Story by Jackson Coppley

Seeing the Story by Jackson Coppley   I have an active imagination. Always have. When my children were little, I put them to bed asking what type of story they would like. It may be simple, a trip to the beach with their cousins.… Continue Reading “Seeing the Story by Jackson Coppley”

When Artistry and Technology Collide: How the Truly Unique Images for the New Children’s Book, Chicago Treasure, were Created By Rich Green

When Artistry and Technology Collide: How the Truly Unique Images for the New Children’s Book, Chicago Treasure, were Created By Rich Green Award-winning photographer and author Larry Broutman approached me with an unusual artistic proposition. His idea was so fantastical that it actually came… Continue Reading “When Artistry and Technology Collide: How the Truly Unique Images for the New Children’s Book, Chicago Treasure, were Created By Rich Green”

Visualization by Regina McDonald

Visualization. If someone were to ask you to describe the moment when your brain began forming pictures while reading or listening to a book, would you have a moment in time when written words suddenly burst into images of living color, scenes, characters, or… Continue Reading “Visualization by Regina McDonald”

Is Love the answer? by Kurt Brindley

Is Love the answer? by Kurt Brindley There’s a rather talkative pigheaded brute of a character in my latest release, a dark, violent thriller called THE GOOD KILL, whose name is Rick, Happy, Henderson. Happy is an unscrupulous thug of a security guard for an… Continue Reading “Is Love the answer? by Kurt Brindley”