Writing Politics in the Plague Years by Dan Leger

By all means, if you’re writing a political book set in Nova Scotia, find a central character in the Annapolis Valley. I can vouch for it as a research destination, […]

Becoming a Published Author – At Any Age!

Blog post by Janet Coulter Sanford, author of Memories on the Bounty   Becoming a published author, at any age, is a thrill. But perhaps what makes my story unique […]

Advice for Writers – Trust Your Inner Wisdom

There’s an important difference between giving up and letting go.” ~Jessica Hatchigan~ Blog post by Laura Best, author of Bitter, Sweet, Flying With a Broken Wing, Cammie Takes Flight, Good […]

Readers who post good reviews really do make a difference

Like a book? Say something nice about it. Authors will be forever grateful. Blog post by Jane Doucet, author of Fishnets & Fantasies   Every time a reader posts a […]

Book clubs can adapt to the new social “norms”

Can’t meet in person? No problem. Let’s hang out on-line. Blog post by Alison DeLory, author of Making it Home One of my greatest pleasures as a reader is discussing […]