This non-fiction narrative recounts one of the worst maritime disasters in history, the sinking of Le Joola – which tore at the soul of a country. Patrick Wiley’s interviews with survivors and extensive in-country research revealed the shameful loss of life and incredible accounts of survival that form the heart of the book.
A PERSONAL INTERVIEW WITH
Author M.F. Erler
by Suzanne Parrott
Erler is currently working on her 10th novel. But her past also offers some interesting tidbits on how these works came to life: from trekking across Ireland to traveling to China. The flavor or her experiences shows in her writing, one that is rich with flavor.
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SHORT STORY: “THE PEARL” by Marco Lobo
June 15, 2022 • 30 min
Evil travels through the ages via a beautiful object held in esteem by the rich and powerful as well as the poor and weak. How that evil manifests is as unique as the evil that the object’s owners can imagine. [Read more…] about The Pearl by Marco Lobo, Podcast
Much of the evidence of women’s struggle for recognition in the arts has disappeared and so have those who have taken part in them. In the 21st Century, where women comprise fifty percent of the professional artists, we cannot afford to neglect their achievement. Leslie Compton introduces you to one of those women, her Great-Aunt, Evylena Nunn Miller, The Forgotten Artist.
By producing a business plan for your book, you’ll have done the work to prove your idea is, indeed, one publishers want.
In the afterglow, the grid vanished, and Ryan’s breath caught in her throat when she saw what remained. There was Jean, walking through her living room just as she had imagined her. Except, this woman was outlined in a halo of blue light—a hologram with every living detail that had been Jean—when she was alive. [Read more…] about SPECTER ~ The Lazarus Project, A Paranormal Suspense Thriller
Where I’m Bound, a stunning and engaging Civil War novel, was the first novel (in 2000) to focus solely on the soldiers of an African American regiment. Throughout the war, more than 180,000 African-American men fought for the Union Army. Many were escaped slaves, others were freed men; yet all voluntarily enlisted for one cause: freedom. [Read more…] about Where I’m Bound, A Civil War Novel by Allen Ballard