The Power of Collective Memory By Kathryn Berla Author of The House at 758   Sitting by the window of a train, fields of yellow flowers blur past me. Houses whose occupants I’ll never know but whose lives I imagine for the brief few seconds before my view is transformed once again. A traveler across continents, like […]
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Writing While Female: The Challenges. The Possibilities. The Tour. By Teri Emory Author of Second Acts   I am about to embark on a tour to promote my novel, Second Acts, which tells the stories of three women who meet in college in the 1960s and remain steadfast friends for life. The book is also […]
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From the streets of Manhattan to the suburbs of Florida, from Savannah, Georgia, to Rome, Italy, the interwoven tales of three lives unfold in the voices of Sarah, Miriam, and Beth. Their unshakable friendship takes root in a college dorm in the late nineteen-sixties. Fueled by the optimism and bravado of that era, they charge […]
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As the Readers Turn by Janice Jones Author of The Dagger Chronicles Series, In Her Blood and By Blood Sworn   I never realized how hard this was going to be. I started out just wanting to keep myself busy by putting words on a page to form a story I wanted to read. But, […]
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As the Dagger, Alex Stone hunted down supernatural threats on covert ops team, Night Command. After the capture of a particularly bad-ass vampire, Tristan Ambrose, Alex gets out of the game. In the years following her departure, Alex started a hot new clothing line and moved on with her life. She was happy pretending the […]
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