A Chat with Ancient Greece Writer, Luciana Cavallaro
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A Chat with Ancient Greece Writer, Luciana Cavallaro

I met Luciana Cavallaro at a writer’s conference in San Diego. We sat across from each other at a huge round table during lunch, crowded with ten historical fiction writers, but managed to have a wonderful conversation that ultimately inspired the entire group and became the foundation for a lasting friendship. I found our interest … Continue reading

Come visit me at Ronel’s for a #Bookblast
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Come visit me at Ronel’s for a #Bookblast

Today, I’ll be over at Ronel’s blog, Ronel the Mythmaker: Ronel Janse van Vuuren is the author of New Adult, Young Adult and children’s fiction filled with mythology and folklore. Her dark fantasy stories can be read for free on Wattpad and on her blog Ronel the Mythmaker. She won Fiction Writer of the Year 2016 for her Afrikaans stories … Continue reading

Lessons learned in a writing journey
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Lessons learned in a writing journey

Author Michael Smart (see my chat with Michael here) has a pet peeve about using too many words when fewer would do. If you haven’t read his riveting Bequia Mysteries, set in the unusual locale of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, you’re missing out. All three are tightly-woven, action-packed, and sprinkled with the authentic island … Continue reading

A Chat with Rebecca Bradley About Her Exciting New Book
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A Chat with Rebecca Bradley About Her Exciting New Book

I stumbled across Rebecca Bradley’s crime writing blog at some point in the past, I don’t remember when, but it quickly became apparent she was a kindred crime/mystery/thriller spirit. Her blog contains lots of tips on writing, her personal reflections, and interviews with a wide variety of mystery/crime authors whose books now fill my Kindle … Continue reading