Publishing World Wisdom from Jacqueline Vick

Publishing World Wisdom from Jacqueline Vick

Author Interview with Lynne Handy

Author Interview with Lynne Handy

I'm pleased to share an interview with author Lynne Handy whose newest book, Old Sins, will release later this month. This is book three in her Maria Pell Mystery Series, but it can easily be read as a standalone. I love Lynne's writing (as you'll see by my review of Old Sins) and appreciated this chance to learn more about her. Enjoy!

Updates and New Books from Author Larry Scheckel

Updates and New Books from Author Larry Scheckel

Today I welcome nonfiction author Larry Scheckel. Larry is an award-winning science teacher who turned his love for science into six books that teach us how things work. He also has a love for history as we know from his other books, Seneca Seasons: A Farm Boy Remembers, Murder in Wisconsin: The Clara Olson Case, and Country School Days: True Tales of a Wisconsin One-Room School. I previously interviewed Larry in this space back in 2018.

Review of "Where Echoes Lie" and Interview with Author Shannon Schuren

Review of "Where Echoes Lie" and Interview with Author Shannon Schuren

I just finished reading Where Echoes Lie by Shannon Schuren last night . . . at midnight  . . . as the clock ticked over to the beginning of All Souls Day. How perfect! 

Why?

Wisdom from the Publishing World with Holly Tierney

Wisdom from the Publishing World with Holly Tierney

Welcome to the August installment of the 2021 Author Series, where a published author takes the stage and tells us what they wish they had known before they published their first book.

"Mightier than the Sword" Book Review and Interview with author Rochelle Melander

"Mightier than the Sword" Book Review and Interview with author Rochelle Melander

When I first heard about Rochelle Melander’s new book, I was so excited about the overall theme and concept. THEN I received the advance reader copy and was blown away by the design, content, and – well – everything this book has to offer. Here’s my official review:

Review of "Edith: The Rogue Rockefeller McCormick" and interview with author Andrea Friederici Ross

Review of "Edith: The Rogue Rockefeller McCormick" and interview with author Andrea Friederici Ross

“Edith: The Rogue Rockefeller McCormick” is an exceptional book about an exceptional woman. Andrea Friederici Ross’ extensive research is obvious and draws us into Edith’s story and all she was able to accomplish (despite not being taken seriously as a woman in so many situations.) This story will make you angry on her behalf but you will also admire her ongoing tenacity. This is a remarkable work that honors Edith’s many legacies and highlights a history that might otherwise have been lost.

Gingko Finds Her Forever Home Review and Author Interview with Kathy Nieber

Gingko Finds Her Forever Home Review and Author Interview with Kathy Nieber

Kathy Nieber’s debut picture book celebrates adoption with a lovely story about finding a forever home filled with love. Sweetly written with charming illustrations, the reader follows along as Natalie searches for a forever home for her rapidly-growing Gingko tree. Not just any home will do, Natalie needs to find the perfect place for her beloved Gingko. Nieber’s sense of humor is evident as we learn the reasons some of the places will not work! You’ll enjoy sharing this truly heartwarming tale with all the young readers in your life. 5-Stars!!

Review of "The Assignment" and Interview with Author Liza Wiemer

Review of "The Assignment" and Interview with Author Liza Wiemer

I had been looking forward to reading Liza Wiemer’s The Assignment as soon as I heard a description. Based on a true story, Wiemer’s novel follows two teens who refuse to do an antisemitic assignment given in history class—one in which they’re expected to argue FOR the Nazi Final Solution and the murder of millions of Jewish people.

"Until June" Book Review and a Conversation with Author Barbara Britton

"Until June" Book Review and a Conversation with Author Barbara Britton

Barbara Britton brings us another set of dynamic characters in a unique setting with a page-turning plot in Until June. The story is set in 1918 in Alaska, and even in this remote area there’s worry about the Spanish Influenza epidemic sweeping the world. Geoff an upper-class young man returns home from the war as a double amputee. He’s surly and suffering, and he needs a caregiver – someone to accompany him to a remote island lodge to avoid the flu. Josephine takes the job and is determined to nurse Geoff back to health.

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