Hey everyone. It’s my pleasure to welcome back fellow author and Story Empire contributor Harmony Kent to my site. She’s here to talk about her
Hey, everyone! My reading time has been limited the past few weeks as I’m busy with edits for my upcoming releases. It took me longer
Hey, everyone. A couple of weeks ago, I decided to pair down my TBR list. I’ve had books on there for years, some that I’ll
Hey, everyone. A couple of weeks ago, I posted that I met my 2020 Goodreads Challenge. I’ve upped my goal slightly this year and am
Hey, everyone. Wrapping up the last Tuesday book share with my 2020 reads. I’ve seen a few posts out there with people naming their top
Hey, everyone! I’m so excited to join Soooz Burk’s Fiction in a Flash Challenge again. Each week, she provides a photo prompt and invites readers
Hey, everyone. I’m pleased to report I’m making progress with my Goodread’s challenge this year. In fact, I’m probably doing more reading than writing. But
I’ve written about Mary Higgins Clark before. I came across her first suspense novel, Where Are The Children in the late seventies and was hooked.
Hey, everyone. Since I’m still busy writing, and haven’t had time to read a lot the past month, I decided today I would share three
Hey, everyone. November is behind us, and another National Novel Writing Month is in the books. I honestly didn’t know if I could do it
Hey, everyone. It’s October. A time ghosts, goblins, werewolves, vampires, and just about any other creature you can imagine. Halloween is only a few weeks
Good grief, Charlie Brown. It’s the last Thursday of September. Today’s post is short and sweet. Autumn officially arrived on Monday, although it still feels
Hey, everyone. We’re coming up on October, the time of the year when I think of ghosts and goblins, bright, full moons, and legends. Even
Hey, y’all. I’m over the moon excited to be a part of friend and fellow author Mae Clair’s upcoming release, Eventide. I’ve read and enjoyed
Hey everyone. In Unclear Purposes the main male character, Vince, has secrets. Okay, gotta have a little angst in stories, right? Today, fellow author C.