Writing Personality Disorders by Stefanie

   This blog by S. A. Stolinsky Personally, I love to write about Personality Disorders.  They give you an automatic sense of character, needs, wants and especially objective.  The essence of a personality disorder is a deficit: some task of emotional development has not been accomplished or has gone awry and needs some reparative experience.  … Continue reading Writing Personality Disorders by Stefanie


It’s About Time!

  By L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction It’s here again. Time change. On Sunday morning we turn our clocks back one hour.  I, for one, am not looking forward to it, and actually am trying to do things to prevent suffering the side effects that to me (a person with Bipolar Disorder) are hard to … Continue reading It’s About Time!

The Secret to Success

by Neva Bodin I have turned over a new leaf. It’s fall as I write this, and nature is turning over many old leaves. Disgusting my husband who is busy turning them over again with a rake. But I’m different, I am turning over a new leaf. I was inspired by the morning TV show, … Continue reading The Secret to Success

Locations and Connections by Debra

  This Post by Debra Easterling A funny anecdote. In my opinion, the best book I’ve written to-date is Moshe’s War. I did not intend to write this book at first.  I was doing research on another book, which has still yet to be completed.  My research was in regard to a character that was … Continue reading Locations and Connections by Debra

Halloween 1870s Style

Post by Doris McCraw First, I'll get my new story/promotion out of the way. I have a story in the anthology "One Yuletide Knight" that is now up for pre-order and will be available as an ebook on November 2, 2017 with the print version available shortly after. You can purchase it at: One Yuletide Knight … Continue reading Halloween 1870s Style

Sins of the Parents

This post is by Abbie Johnson Taylor   Late last Thursday afternoon, I was in my office, working on my new novel, when I heard a vehicle with a diesel engine pull into my driveway. I live next door to a day care center, and some parents park at the bottom of my driveway momentarily … Continue reading Sins of the Parents

Well, the Ancient Romans did that!

This post is by Nancy Jardine. What Did The Ancient Romans Ever Do For Us? That phrase might bring to mind many different scenarios. For me growing up watching UK television in the 1960s and 1970s, the first image would be of an irreverently funny show called Monty Python’s Flying Circus. The weekly show had many spin … Continue reading Well, the Ancient Romans did that!

Take My Advice. Or Not.

Posted by M. K. (Kathy) Waller *********************** If you read the October 15th post on my personal blog, you know my husband's video "Invisible Men Invade Earth" won 1st place ~ Judges' Pick at the What the Fest (hosted by Weresquirrel and Pocket Sandwich Theatre) in Dallas Saturday night. What only my husband and I know … Continue reading Take My Advice. Or Not.

‘Singletree’ brings Old West to life

I’ve been reading a western novel, Singletree, for the last few weeks. The more chapters I read, the more I find myself thinking about some of the bloggers on the Wild Wranglers And Warriors, the ones who call Wyoming and Colorado home. This book by author Jack Ravage, a retired college professor, brings this land … Continue reading ‘Singletree’ brings Old West to life