Of course some of the most profound words are often spoken and written by other writers. Some times it overwhelms me. Other times I just have to share them or obliteration of all my coherent thoughts will dissipate into thin air. That is just one of the curses of being a writer. We are compelled to document even the most […]
Blind Veil Not Your Grandparent’s Down On The Farm Kind of Novel.
firstname.lastname@example.org; D. a. Fletcher.com; facebook.com/D. a. Fletcher Michael Lorde’s Blind Veil is not your grandparent’s life down on the farm kind of novel. It is so full of twists it’s a challenge to adequately review without giving away something. You have to read it […]
Superheroes Wear Faded Denim: Not Just Another Sappy Romance.
DAFletcher55@twitter.com; facebook.com/dafletcher0355 Jacksonville, FL– What does Harriet Tubman and the debut author Law Reigns have in common? They both have narcolepsy and overcame life’s challenges to meet their goals. PubMed Health defines Narcolepsy as a sleep disorder that causes excessive sleepiness and frequent daytime sleep attacks. Reigns said she remembered reading how ten year-old […]
Last week I attended the mini workshop presentation TAKING THE FEAR AND LOATHING OUT OF TWITTER. It was presented by Kellie Sharpe, a fellow Ancient City Romance Authors (ACRA) member. Kellie writes in both historical fiction and romance genres. Kellie is also a Cracker Jack researcher who knows how to bring a subject home. Her […]
Designing the Interior of your novel.
Toni Morrison’s Home is not just a fictional story. It’s a universal tale for today’s soldier. New York Times columnist Michiko Kakutani compares Home, Toni Morrison’s latest book to Morrison’s earlier works. Kakutani writes, “Home” encapsulates all the themes that have fueled her fiction, from the early novels “Sula” and “The Bluest Eye,” through her […]