Amy Richmond and Scott Duncan buy an antique bookcase for their home in Baton Rouge from the Washington’s; along with it comes a little book on “Family Limitations” and the ghost of Raziela Nolan or Razi as she was known to her… The review for this book was published at Literary Fiction, BellaOnline in 10/24/2006. […]
A month set aside for books. Seems like a strange event doesn´t it. I mean shouldn´t books be an every day thing? Of course, but National Book Month encourages a bit more reading for those who
Austin, Texas is the home of this full time writer who has been writing for “as long as I can remember”. Her husband, two “terrific” children and a Korean exchange student are a delightful distraction from her writing.
Nestled in the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia on Salt Spring Island you’ll find Pearl Luke and her partner of ten years Robert Hilles (author, poet) and their children. Pearl has been writing for twenty years and works full time as a novelist with the occasional online mentoring.
Emotional realism is a necessary element of Katrina Kittle’s writing. She has three books to her name; most recently, The Kindness of Strangers. With the encouragement of her mother and father