Many thanks to Davida Chazan for inviting me to be on her blog today. I’m delighted to share a bit about Sarah Bernhardt’s role in the siege of Paris. Sarah Bernhardt and the Siege of Paris And an excerpt from M.K. Tod's upcoming novel "Paris in Ruins" The Franco-Prussian war occurred in 1870 during the … Continue reading Guest Author Post: Sarah Bernhardt and the Siege of Paris by M.K. Tod.
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
I recently got the following email from my friend, author Jacey Bedford, which I had to share with my readers: Book Three of Jacey Bedford's Rowankind Trilogy Will be Here Soon! Penguin Random House just sent me a very nice email to ask me if I wanted to pre-order my own book! Though ROWANKIND isn't … Continue reading Available NOW Book 3 of Jacey Bedford’s Rowankind!
BAM Literature is pleased to announce the release of: SLEEP, SAVANNAH, SLEEP by Alistair Cross RELEASE DATE SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 The Dead Don’t Always Rest in Peace Jason Crandall, recently widowed, is left to raise his young daughter and rebellious teenage son on his own - and the old Victorian in Shadow Springs … Continue reading Book Promotion & Excerpt: Sleep, Savannah, Sleep by Alistar Cross
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.
As a lover of the TV shows like "Criminal Minds," you'd think that I would be more of a crime fiction reader; but actually, I hardly ever read this genre. So when I received this offer to put up a guest post about writing serial-killer fiction by author Carolyn Arnold, I jumped at the opportunity. … Continue reading Guest Post: Carolyn Arnold – Writing Serial-Killer Fiction.
Since I don't often read/review non-fiction, I am pleased to have the privilege to present you with this guest author post about a book that sounds both helpful and fascinating.The Story behind Healing Your Life Through Activity - An Occupational Therapist's Storyby Shoshanah Shear Shortly after high school, I went to a career guidance counselor. … Continue reading Guest Author Post: Shoshanah Shear on "Healing Your Life Through Activity"
The Beginning, Middle, and End Emotional Closures in Fiction and in Reality A Great Ending! Many readers demand one in fiction. But, in real life emotional closures may be much more elusive. Have you every been “done wrong” in some way – somebody hurt your feelings, told a lie about you, cheated in a relationship, … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: “Rarity from the Hollow” author Robert Eggleton
Ten Most Delicious Desserts Inspired by Novels Guest blog post by author Andrea Lochen As an avid reader with a major sweet tooth, I love when authors include the recipes for the yummy desserts they’ve made me drool over throughout their book. It’s a marriage of two of my favorite activities—reading and baking! And if … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: Ten Most Delicious Desserts Inspired by Novels