Hi, Readers. Most of you know I reached a milestone last month—the publication of the third and final book of the Driscoll Lake series. It’s hard to believe five years have passed since I began writing the first draft of Unseen Motives. There were many times I thought I’d never complete it—let alone edit and... Continue Reading →
Maybe we’re a glutton for punishing ourselves, but today at Story Empire each of us picked our favorite work. Not an easy thing to do. Stop by and see which of our own books we selected.
Hey, SEers! This is one of those months with five Fridays in it. That means today is a group post.
The theme for today is Favorite Book Written and Why. We’re each going to tell you our personal favorite. We encourage you to share yours in the comments.
Ciao, amici! Staci here. It was hard to pick a favorite, but I chose Tortured Soul. It’s the fourth and final book in the Medici Protectorate Series.
I won’t swear it’s my favorite, but it’s up there. And here’s why.
- The writing is a lot stronger than at the beginning of the series.
- It’s the culmination of a work inspired by my grandfather.
- It’s a springboard to another series that I enjoy.
- I love these characters.
Hey SE Readers. Joan here.
So far, my favorite book to…
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To say that my New Year’s post is a little late would be an understatement. It’s already February, and I’ve yet to write a blog post this year (aside from having a guest, C. S. Boyack and a reblog of Mae Clair’s post about her latest release). I started a draft, or at least I... Continue Reading →
Well, I've had an interesting week. For several months, I've been bothered by knee pain. Finally got a referral to an orthopedic surgeon and surgery may be in my future. However, I woke up on Monday with pain in my right middle toe. (You might guess its on the same side as my bad knee.)... Continue Reading →
Long before I became a writer, I was a reader. When I was in school, I frequented the library to check out books. Later, I began to visit the local bookstore where I would browse the shelves and often purchase paperbacks. One particular summer, I would hurry home from work, grab an ice cold beverage,... Continue Reading →