Steve Eoannou's chronicles the adventures of radio writer Fran Striker on the eve of launching his greatest creation, The Lone Ranger.
Carmela Ciuraru explores five literary wives and how their expressions of independence impacted their marriages.
Meredith May's golden retriever, Edie, came with something extra, a challenge that transformed two lives, a puppy and her human.
John DeDakis discusses his Lark Chadwick thriller series and the connections between his protagonist and his real-life career in journalism.
Kiersten Modglin discusses the intricacies creating a cannon of excellent content that delivers a financial return on investment.
Jess picks up a stranger, standing at the cemetery gates on Christmas Eve who seems to have gifts for everyone he meets.
Avanti Centrae's life path led inevitably to the written word. She describes the journey and a peek under the hood of what makes a delectable thriller.
Derek McFadden's second novel is a powerful deconstruction of the end of a relationship that will enlighten and inspire.
Kerry Anne King discusses creating an engaging treasure hunt that hooks both her protagonist and her readers.
Dreams are ephemeral, indecipherable and totally out of our control. Perhaps that's what attracts us to them.
Do book fairs depress you? Here's some advice from a marketing guy with over four decades of experience selling stuff. You're doing it wrong.
My winning entry in the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Contest. A burnt-out detective traces missing kids to a toy store with a powerful secret and an alluring proprietor who makes him an offer he can’t refuse.
Life is more fun when you have a partner to share it with. My adult life has been infinitely richer with Colleen by my side.