In a recent post, I wrote about the Prolog and its usefulness. I gave you several examples in the way … Continue reading The Epilogue
Human beings are not perfect. I think each of us can pick out qualities within us we would rather do … Continue reading The Protagonist and the Antagonist
When I was a counselor, I volunteered as an adjunct educator for the Wetterling Foundation for Stranger Abducted and Sexually … Continue reading The Lives Trilogy and Prequel
A prologue is defined as “an opening to a story that establishes the context and gives background details, often some … Continue reading The Prologue
I “met” Lynn through Facebook. I noticed these hilarious posts about writing and life, and I can say I ended … Continue reading Meet Lynn Miclea – An Author!
I had been corresponding off and on with James in the past. I did a review for his book, Stone … Continue reading Meet James Glass – An Author!
Sharon and I are members of Black Rose Writing publishing company. Our genres are different. While I am more thriller-crime-mystery, … Continue reading Meet Sharon Middleton – An Author!
The same publishing house, Black Rose Writing, publish Tom and me, and both of us write in the same genre, … Continue reading Meet Tom Minder – An Author!
I rather stumbled upon O’Connor as a character. I needed someone with an edge- a thinker and a doer. To … Continue reading Meet Detective Pat O’Connor, One of My Characters
I had the pleasure of being interviewed live on Writer’s Corner featuring Bridgetti Lim Banda and Mary Elizabeth Jackson. They … Continue reading Interview on Writer’s Corner