New Interview - James Bell Author of Maximilian's Treasure. 35 years ago a fellow asked James to help him look for Civil War gold he thought was buried on his farm. You never know where you'll find inspiration.
Reader Views talks with Patrick Finegan, author of Cooperative Lives. Learn why he calls his novel "the world's most contemporary historical novel"and more!
Publicity strategizing many times includes advertising in print format publications or digital magazines. But how can we decide when, where and how?
What better time to discuss love triangles than in the month of February?
This post will address one very simple issue that I see constantly with book cover designs. That issue is simply color. You can pick virtually any color you want for your book cover. Obviously there are certain artistic considerations – you want the color to convey what the book is about, etc., but beyond that feel free to choose any color for your book cover.
It is important to understand that book reviews are tools to help readers select books, and for authors to evaluate their writing and audience niche; but they are also a place of communication between author and reader.
. I wrote “From God to Us” to tell the story of emotions I have experienced in raising my son. When he was 14 years old he was hit by a car while walking and was placed in a coma. He went through a long and difficult recovery and I always saw him struggling with peer acceptance and self-esteem issues. I tried to reassure him that he was special and loved and that is the message put forth for every child in the book.
All authors worst nightmares are bad reviews. But should we really fear them?
Mr. Kind uses an entirely unique lyrical rhyme coupled with the marvelous graphic imagery of Zacc Pollitt to weave the stories that last for generations
Skyler BoudreauReviewer/Editorial Contributor Anyone who has ever walked into any bookstore or library has seen that rather than allowing the books to roam free and find their own ways to prospective readers, the staff of the respective bookish establishment instead…