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.

Three Belles’ Secrets.

Book review of "The Glass Ocean" by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, and Karen White. The sinking of the Lusitania by Germany was the tragic event that brought America into the first World War. In this novel, the three co-authors, look at that event through the eyes of three women, two of whom survived the disaster, … Continue reading Three Belles’ Secrets.

Guest Author Post: Jacey Bedford and her Psi-Tech Universe Trilogy

Many years ago, I met Jacey Bedford through the "usenet" group misc.writing - back in late 20th century, when we were young (read more about that here), and Jacey was only an aspiring author! But look at her today - she's published five books!  Although I don't read the genre she writes in, I am … Continue reading Guest Author Post: Jacey Bedford and her Psi-Tech Universe Trilogy

Guest Post: Co-Authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks.

Weave a Murderous Web is a mystery novel by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks. In this guest post, they talk about their lives and their books.   We both have a thing about New York City. Anne was born here and she never would have left except that her parents dragged her off to what … Continue reading Guest Post: Co-Authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks.

The Monsters Within

Book Review for "The Determined Heart" by Antoinette May. The bulk of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's fame came from her novel "Frankenstein." However, she was also married to Percy Bysshe Shelley, and the daughter of two well-known writers, Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin. This novel examines the life of this woman who, in the early 1800s, … Continue reading The Monsters Within

A Fry-ed Life

Book Review of "The Fry Chronicles: an Autobiography" by Stephen Fry This is Stephen Fry's second installment of his autobiography. The meat of this book takes place during his most formative years – those being while he was at Cambridge and the years afterwards as he was making his name in print, radio, television and … Continue reading A Fry-ed Life

Best Laid Schemes and “Rancid Clichés״

Book Review of "The Escape of Malcolm Poe" by Allison Burnett. Malcolm Poe is turning 50 and is unhappy, but this isn't a recent development. He's wanted to get away from Louise since very shortly after they met. Then she got pregnant and well, one thing led to marriage, four children, and the death of … Continue reading Best Laid Schemes and “Rancid Clichés״