Write Better: How Many WIP’s is too Many?

I am a huge offender of having multiple works-in-progress. Yeah, I said it. And at one point every writer finds more than one project at a time. So, how many is too many? Let’s figure it out! The Pros: The panther in me loves to have seven tabs up at one time. I write what... Continue Reading →

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Author Interview: Garrick Jones

For the readers, what genre/s do you write in? I write gay historical fiction, not romance. There are gay men and women, trans, and bisexual characters spread over my 10 published books. There’s always a relationship, but it’s a background to the story, rather than the focus of it. Crime fiction, action thrillers, murder mysteries,... Continue Reading →

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July Reads

A coming-of-age story of a young girl in the opiate-south. Candy navigates growing up in a situation that is less than ideal with humor and spunk. She is hilarious in her observations, smart, and completely irrepressible. Her "Candy-isms" are real and brutally honest! This book explores the boundaries of a mother's unconditional love, and delves... Continue Reading →

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April Reads

Erik Simpson is a brilliant young zoologist who has no memory of his life before the age of sixteen. Trained by his aging foster father, a world renowned zoologist, Erik astounds his colleagues with his insights into animal behavior. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Erik has a recurring dream of stumbling through the Amazon jungle,... Continue Reading →

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April Reads

Erik Simpson is a brilliant young zoologist who has no memory of his life before the age of sixteen. Trained by his aging foster father, a world renowned zoologist, Erik astounds his colleagues with his insights into animal behavior. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Erik has a recurring dream of stumbling through the Amazon jungle,... Continue Reading →

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December Reads

Books make amazing gifts! Please choose indie books this year, it’s a small, local business to be an author. “Rachet-tense atmosphere” - Allie Cresswell“The action zings” - A.M. Reade“A harrowing climax” - Alison HendersonAfter a string of arson fires drives migrant farm workers from their homes, Damien goes undercover to infiltrate the white-supremacist, neo-Nazi militia... Continue Reading →

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October Reads

For bastard-born Robert FitzStephan, being given Eleanor d’Outremer in marriage is an honour. For Eleanor, this forced wedding is anything but a fairy tale.Robert FitzStephan has served Edward Longshanks loyally since the age of twelve. Now he is riding with his king to once and for all bring Wales under English control.Eleanor d’Outremer—Noor to family—lost... Continue Reading →

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Author Interview: Nick Kokonas

What started your love of writing? Since I was young, I’ve always had an affinity for writing, but it has been an on-again, off-again relationship. I wrote short stories often in elementary school, then took some creative writing courses in college, but other interests like music pushed writing to the back burner. The publication of... Continue Reading →

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July Reads

Deliverance will come...But that is another story.What makes a legend but the stories told about him? Interviewing Gorias La Gaul, the biggest legend of them all, is a dream come true for young scribe Jessica. Where other girls her age would swoon beneath the steely gaze of the warrior, Jessica only has eyes for his... Continue Reading →

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June Reads

Maria is a normal girl with an extraordinary relationship with the sea. As climatic changes take effect, this relationship could save everyone around her.A short-story by award-winning Portuguese author. Get it HERE A Short Walk to the Other Side is a second short story collection of supernatural, metaphysical, science fiction, and horror stories following "The... Continue Reading →

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