My interview with Christine Merrill just published on Blogcritics.
Her new book, The Greatest of Sins is a great historical romance. I’ll post my book review soon. Here’s the cover:
I had the opportunity to interview James Lawless, a poet, literary author, teacher and philosopher. It is fascinating to explore other points of view in this vast literary universe and for those readers who enjoy more textured writing than is commercially available, they may find a kindred spirit in Mr. Lawless.
(I would recommend readers check out his ebooks and read the samples; it’s easy to get a sense of the flavor and rhythms of his work from the first few paragraphs.)
This week my review of the memoir The Summer Called Angel (about a couple’s journey through preemclampsia and two premature births) was published on Blogcritics and my interview with the author, Sola Olu, was published on You Read It Here First.
Also my review of Elizabeth Chadwick’s historical fiction (with romantic elements) Shadows and Strongholds was published on The Romance Reviews. This was my favorite book of the week.
My interview with Sola Olu marked the hundredth publication of my career. This weekend I’ll dig out the archives and share my first few publications on my blog.
My article/book review ”Becoming a Productive Writer” was just published in the January 2013 issue of SPAWNews at http://www.spawn.org/blog/?p=2349.
This newsletter is full of useful information and I’m grateful for the opportunity to contribute to it. If you would like to see other newsletters by SPAWN (Small Publishers, Artists and Writers Network), you can visit their website at http://www.spawn.org/blog/?cat=4.
I will post the article “‘Becoming a Productive Writer” on my website under Book Reviews tonight.
I won’t announce the newsletter each time I submit one (otherwise why would anyone need to sign up?) but I will have an archive set up on the website under “Resources”.
The link to my first newsletter is http://eepurl.com/srFwD. I will send one every two months, at the first of the month.
If you’d like to sign up for future newsletters, please go to http://eepurl.com/rwJAP.
Hope you have a lovely New Year’s Day!
I have two projects (Notes at Midnight, a poetry collection, and The Searching Star, a children’s story) that are now available to read on my beta reader’s forum: For My Readers.
This is usually a private blog because otherwise the works are considered published and I would like to sell first rights – by having it open for only a month though, I think it’s still in beta-reader territory.
Thanks for your support and encouragement!