TCL’s Countdown Questions #7: Author Alma Alexander.

I "met" Alma through the usenet message board misc.writing. Although we've never met in person, and Alma writes in a genre that I don't generally read, I have read one book she wrote, together with the man she later married, Deck Deckert, "Letters from the Fire" which was (we believe) the first email epistolary novel ever written!

TCL’s Countdown Questions #5: Author Jane Davis.

Don't let anyone tell you that indie authors are any less talented than the big name writers putting out their work through high profile publishers, because Jane Davis proves that to be totally wrong.

TCL’s Countdown Questions #4: Author and Poet Paula Light.

An Alternative Author Interview: TCL's Countdown Questions. My fellow blogger Jill Doyle has a lovely thing on her blog called “Five on Friday” where she asks authors five questions that each require five answers. I thought this was really great, mostly because I’ve never done an author interview myself – at least not a good … Continue reading TCL’s Countdown Questions #4: Author and Poet Paula Light.

TCL’s Countdown Questions #3: Author Jacey Bedford.

An Alternative Author Interview: TCL's Countdown Questions. This meme was inspired by my fellow blogger Jill Doyle who has a lovely thing on her blog called “Five on Friday” where she asks authors five questions that each require five answers. After quite a bit of thinking, I came up with my own version of this, … Continue reading TCL’s Countdown Questions #3: Author Jacey Bedford.

TCL’s Countdown Questions #2: Author Rabbi Ilene Schneider.

An Alternative Author Interview: TCL's Countdown Questions. This meme was inspired by my fellow blogger Jill Doyle who has a lovely thing on her blog called “Five on Friday” where she asks authors five questions that each require five answers. After quite a bit of thinking, I came up with my own version of this, … Continue reading TCL’s Countdown Questions #2: Author Rabbi Ilene Schneider.

TCL’s Countdown Questions #1: Author Melanie Benjamin.

An Alternative Author Interview: TCL's Countdown Questions. My fellow blogger Jill Doyle has a lovely thing on her blog called “Five on Friday” where she asks authors five questions that each require five answers. I thought this was really great idea, mostly because I’ve never done an author interview myself – at least not a … Continue reading TCL’s Countdown Questions #1: Author Melanie Benjamin.

Guest Author Post & Free Giveaway for “Temptation Rag” by Elizabeth Hutchison Bernard

Temptation Rag: A Novel by Elizabeth Hutchison Bernard. Publication Date: December 3, 2018 Belle Epoque Publishing eBook & Paperback; 308 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction   From the author of The Beauty Doctor, Finalist for the 2018 Eric Hoffer Book Award, 2017 AZ Literary Awards, and a Medallion Honoree of the Book Readers Appreciation Group. Seventeen-year-old … Continue reading Guest Author Post & Free Giveaway for “Temptation Rag” by Elizabeth Hutchison Bernard

Blog Tour Free Giveaway for The War Between Us by Sarah Creviston Lee

Blog Tour for "The War Between Us" by Sarah Creviston Lee Publication Date: December 14, 2015 Paperback & eBook; 330 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction Editor's Choice Award from the Historical Novel Society.     Alex Moon is not the enemy. Six months after Pearl Harbor's tragedy, Korean American Alex Moon is sent away from his … Continue reading Blog Tour Free Giveaway for The War Between Us by Sarah Creviston Lee

A Dutch Treat

Book Review of A Light of Her Own by Carrie Callaghan. Judith Leyster lived in Holland in the 17th century, during a time when such things as painting, needlework and music, were acceptable as feminine pastimes. For example, artist Frans De Grebber taught all his children to paint, including his daughter Maria, and he even … Continue reading A Dutch Treat