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By June ShawI had never written a novel in less than a year--until recently.The first book I wrote took two or three years, and it collects dust. It was fun. It was exciting. It was awful. I...
John Lindermuth's New Novel
I've always been interested in history and few eras are more interesting than that of our American West. I'm also intrigued by mystery. So what could be better than combining the two?As trap...
Is Writing Really a Catharsis?
I've heard that writing can serve as a catharsis and I'm about to find out if that's true. Since last November, I've lost a grandson, divorced my husband and moved nearly 1,500 miles to the ...
New Mystery Series
by June ShawI am so excited to announce that Kensington's Lyrical Press has just published A FATAL ROMANCE, the first book in my new Twin Sisters Mysteries!This series is set in a place I li...
OLD IS COOL AND SO IS WRITING!
by Jackie KingI’m a writer, so I write. Sometimes I have to write what’s foremost on my mind. Today that happens to be writing as I grow older. If you’re a writer, everything is connected w...
INDIE PUBLISHING: My New Venture in 2017
by Jackie KingTechnology in printing and the popularity of ebooks have changed the publishing world in ways that have transformed the book industry.I’ve always been something of a late bloom...
WAITING FOR SANTA -- AND THE NEW BOOK
by June ShawThis morning I heard footsteps padding around on my roof and had hopes: Maybe it was Santa (I mean it's the coldest day so far this winter in south Louisiana--the low forties las...
TRUE THANKSGIVING STORY and Pecan Pie Recipe
by Jackie KingThanksgiving is the perfect time for reminiscing and for remembering family stories. These generational memories are often centered around cooking and good food, and these special tales of family history should be treasured and never fo...
Chasing the Blues by Writing
November 9, 2016I have a bad case of the Blues today. Better than last night around midnig...
Characters That Form Our Lives
and Later Come Alive in Our Storiesby Jackie KingOne of my earliest memories is sitting in a circle with my brother, sister and various neighbor kids as my mother told us stories. Delia Hodges Sprague could spin a yarn about any character or characte...
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