Tag: book blog

Today Marks 6 years

6 years have passed, and it certainly has gone by fast. WordPress does give you these nice reminders. Well, let’s say a big thank you to everyone who follows, likes, subscribes, and endlessly supports this platform for authors. You guys make a difference! Here’s… Continue Reading “Today Marks 6 years”

Writing Memoir Became My Heroine Journey by Maria Warner

Like a typical heroine, what I thought I wanted and what I needed to expose themselves in the process of writing. When I became an empty nester, I knew that I needed something to fulfil my life. Sitting on my meditation mat one morning… Continue Reading “Writing Memoir Became My Heroine Journey by Maria Warner”

Your words your world

I would like to thank Jeyran Main for being part of Your Words Your World blog tour and many thanks to Serena at Poetic Book Tours for organizing such a great one. What an amazing opportunity! For anyone who has read my first poetry… Continue Reading “Your words your world”

The Necessity of a Winter Solstice in the life of a Writer by Boshra Rasti Ghalati

It was during what must have been the tenth time playing Uno ( in the middle of another COVID lockdown) with my nine-year-old daughter, that my mother called. If you are familiar with Persian mothers you’ll know that my first thoughts — even as… Continue Reading “The Necessity of a Winter Solstice in the life of a Writer by Boshra Rasti Ghalati”

Don’t Touch That! by James Scott

As I said in earlier posts, believability is one of the three most important things for successful SciFi writing.  You got to think that what the person is doing in the story is something you might do in the same situation.   Or better still,… Continue Reading “Don’t Touch That! by James Scott”

Three Paradoxes Resolved by Writing Novels

My first suspense novel, Shrink Rapt, took me eight years to complete, an arduous and gratifying accomplishment.  As a psychologist, I value life lessons, especially when they come in the form of paradox.  Slogging through to the finish taught me three vital things. 

1000 BOOK REVIEWS…done!

I hit 1000 book reviews! Rod Walters kindly wrote this for me. Written by Rod Walters Congratulations, Review Tales, on 1,000! Anyone ever run into another book reviewer who has chalked up a thousand reviews? Of course you almost certainly haven’t.

An Interview With AE Hines

Pre-order the collection and each dollar raised between June and November will be matched dollar-for-dollar and donated to The Trevor Project. 1. What’s your favorite thing you have written? This is a difficult question. I don’t generally think of anything I write in this way,… Continue Reading “An Interview With AE Hines”

An Interview With David Seaburn

What genre Is Broken Pieces of God? Broken Pieces of God is contemporary literary fiction. Primarily, this means it is a character driven story. What Is the main plot of the book? The main plot revolves around the lives of Eddy and Gayle Kimes… Continue Reading “An Interview With David Seaburn”