Tag Archives: Fiction

Linda Gray Sexton: Author Interview

Tweet I’m honored to have Linda Gray Sexton join us today. Linda is the daughter of the Pulitzer-Prize winning poet, Anne Sexton. She’s an accomplished wordsmith in her own right, penning four novels—Rituals, Mirror Images, Points of Light and Private Acts—and three memoirs. Her first, Searching for Mercy Street: My Journey Back to My Mother, […]

“The Stream” an Eric Hoffer Award Finalist!

Tweet The Stream an Eric Hoffer Award Finalist! Super News! The Stream was selected as a Finalist for the 2015 Eric Hoffer Award, in the category of General Fiction! The Eric Hoffer Award for books and short prose was named after the American philosopher, Eric Hoffer, and has become one of the largest international awards […]

Making Money as an Author

Tweet I met author Oli Hille in a Facebook group dedicated to helping authors succeed in publishing their work. In that group, Oli has been a tireless support to the many writers striving to live their dream. I’ve read and enjoyed several of Oli’s books, so when he offered to do a guest post about […]

What Readers Want!

Tweet What’s the secret ingredient to grabbing a reader’s attention, to holding and keeping them? I wrote a guest post on WG2E, The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing. See the link below to see what I think the secret ingredient is! WG2E is an awesome site. Their mission is ————————> To be every writer’s destination – […]

Fast-Paced Thriller Delivers

“The Chain” has everything I look for in a book. It zips along in a fast-paced story that kept me glued to the pages.