Interview with Dorothy Robey

I met Dorothy in one of my on-line writers groups, Women Writers, Women’s Books and I was happy when she contacted me to let me know she had just published “Passage of Promise.” Dorothy Robey received her B.A. in English and Creative Writing in November 2018, with honors from Southern New Hampshire University. Her short story, […]

Interview with Karen Hugg

One of the things I am really missing during our Shelter-In-Place is the library. Sure, I can listen to audio books and download books onto my devices, but I continue to love real, paper, in-my-hands books. When Karen Hugg reached out with a request that I review her book “The Forgetting Flower” AND offered to […]

Interview with Author Dan Gutman

I am back in the saddle working on a series I started years ago…targeting social skills for fourth and fifth grade students. As a result of that I am reading every recommended book for that age group. I lucked upon the work of Dan Gutman, as his “The Homework Machine” appears on multiple lists of […]

Interview with Singer/Songwriter Chris Crockett

We are in the middle of something none of us have experienced….but there are positive sides to everything. I was lucky enough to be linked up with Chris Crockett’s daily posts on Facebook. I love his laidback style of singing and how he is helping all of us to get through our “shelter in place” […]

Regret is a bitter poison.

I hope that many of you have read Apricots and Wolfbane by K.M. Pohlkamp. I was lucky enough to meet this author AND become friends. As our friendship grew so did opportunities to be part of her writing process. Her new novel, Shadows of Hemlock, is soon to be released, but today is that special […]

Interview with Ann Claycomb

Yes, I gripe about Facebook, but this is the second amazing author I have been introduced to via a writer’s group. The Mermaid’s Daughter is one of those books that grabbed me instantly simply because it has a fresh story to tell. Ann Claycomb  takes something very dear to me—the tales of Hans Christian Anderson—and […]

Author Interview: KM Pohklamp

Yes, Virginia, great things do happen on Facebook. That is where I met KM Pohklamp and I am so glad I did. I also had the chance to add her to my list of authors I wanted to interview after reading an advanced copy of Apricots and Wolfsbane. K.M. Pohlkamp is a blessed wife, proud […]

Interview with R.M. Wilburn

Facebook can be marvelous for meeting new folks. I have joined a few writers group and I was thrilled when I read about RM Wilburn’s unique work. A combination of collage and story…right up my alley. I’m happy to introduce the rest of you to this novel novelist. (Okay, that was even too much for […]

Interview with Mark Wiederanders

I met Mark at the Sierra Writers conference and loved his book! I have a special place in my heart for Robert Louis Stevenson because “I have a little shadow….” was the first poem I ever memorized…first grade. I still can recite it to this day.  Mark Wiederanders’ first novel, Stevenson’s Treasure, was a finalist in […]

Interview with Dimitri Keriotis

I had the great luck to take a workshop from Dimitri Keriotis AND to read his delightful book of short stories. Dimitri Keriotis’s debut collection of short stories, The Quiet Time, was released by SFA Press. His stories have appeared in Beloit Fiction Journal, Georgetown Review, Evening Street Review, Flyway,BorderSenses, and elsewhere. Raised in Northern California, he was educated at […]