Note: I originally wrote this book review for Freedom Forge Press, a publisher celebrating freedoms of all kinds. The review is reprinted here with permission. Emily Miller is a journalist and a resident of Washington, D.C. When she found herself defenseless as criminals broke into a friend’s home, she decided to go through the red […]
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While I planned to write Corgi Capers 3 over the summer, a fortunate influx of writing projects (Forging Freedom anthology and some other exciting forthcoming projects I’ve written or edited) has put me behind schedule. Looking at my upcoming schedule, it looks like I’ll be writing Corgi Capers 3 in December and January. That’s good […]
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been invited to teach an online writing class with Pennwriters, a writers group located in Pennsylvania (but open to everyone). The course starts on August 5, so you can enroll until then if you haven’t already. Here’s the course overview from the Pennwriters website: Have you ever written a […]
Today I had the chance to interview Clara Bowman-Jahn, a member of the Round Hill Writers and children’s book author of Annie’s Special Day. Tell us about yourself: I am an immigrant and that has colored my whole life, who I married, how I raised my children, who my friends are and every aspect […]
This week’s post comes to us from Val Muller, author of the children’s mystery series Corgi Capers. Val tells us, “To celebrate the release of my horror novel Faulkner’s Apprentice, I thought I’d go dark with my next flash fiction story. Hope you enjoy!” Faulkner’s Apprentice is a supernatural chiller about a young woman who […]
Today I’m pleased to feature author Linda Sittig. Linda has been doing freelance writing since the 1970s, specializing in articles about education and literacy, and she has also just completed her first novel. Tell us about your book: My most recent book is KinderBooking: Looking at Life through Love, Laughter and Literature. It is a […]
I’m excited to announce the release of the official trailer for Faulkner’s Apprentice. The Kindle version of the novel is only $2.99, which you can purchase here. Enjoy!
In an effort to teach myself Photoshop’s “pen” tool (which can be used to create computer illustrations), I created this scene from Faulkner’s Apprentice: The scene is a compilation of a few concepts in the novel. The woman in front is the protagonist, Lorelei. Lorei’s dream has always been to be an author, but she’s […]
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I am pleased to announce the release of my supernatural chiller, Faulkner’s Apprentice, with Crowded Quarantine Publications. Lorelei Cecelia Franklin broke a twenty-year streak of bad luck when she won the L. Cameron Faulkner fiction contest. Apprenticed to the reclusive and famous author, Lorei will spend three weeks with the master of horror himself […]