Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? My great-grandmother came to Canada in the late 1880s. She shares a passport with my great-grandfather. Beneath his photo is written Issac Yaphe. Beside him, my great-grandmother, a stern looking woman, is frowning at the photographer. Beneath her photo the passport inspector […]
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. One young man’s adventure seeking to fulfill lifelong dreams turns into a journey of self discovery in author T.L. Hughes novel The Sojourners. Here is the synopsis. The Synopsis When Chasing a Dream Leads […]
Anna Levine’s WOW! WOMEN ON WRITING TOUR OF All Eyes on AlexandraTour Begins December 3rd I am proud to share with you guys the official blog tour promotional post for author Anna Levine’s “All Eyes On Alexandra”. Take a look at this amazing book and mark your calendars as this tour visits not only some […]
1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I’ve always written. I remember sitting at my parent’s Underwood and typing out stories, probably about dogs, cats or spacemen. In college, I wrote for the school paper and a couple of local papers, the Berkeley Barb and the San Francisco […]
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. One young man finds himself thrust out of his comfort zone and sense of normality as the world around him begins to collapse in author Francis Moss’s novel, “Losing Normal”. Here is the synopsis. […]
1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I am a lawyer, married and have three kids. Those are probably the three most important areas of my life. When my kids were small, I started telling them long, involved stories that were embellishments of my real life. One of […]
I’ve always loved stories. Eventually, I tried to write one. It was terrible. But my mother, bless her, she read it and said, “have you ever thought about being a writer?” And I laughed, and said, “psh–no. I’m still going to be an astronaut.” I was twenty-one at the time. But I have terrible vision and can’t afford lasik, so the astronaut thing still hasn’t worked out.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. Author Cindy Fazzi tackles one of the United States most prominent military figures and the mysterious love affair he had with a young Filipino woman in the highly acclaimed novel, “My MacArthur”. Here is […]
Writing was my outlet for all the things I saw at work, all the things I had neglected in my head throughout my life, all the emotions I’d pushed down because I didn’t want (or know how) to deal with them. Writing became my therapist.