Editor of Literature
Patricia Denkler’s life direction has no road map-only doors. As the doors open, she says “yes” and then passionately goes through. When a friend offered
By Kathie Bennett To those who insist they don’t have a creative bone in their body, bestselling women’s fiction author Marie Bostwick says, “Nonsense.” Bostwick
By Kathie Bennett Reinvention is a concept familiar to Kimmery Martin, a Charlotte, North Carolina, physician. A few years ago, spurred by her love of
Shelter in place? No problem. We’ve got a stack of just-released books to make your Covid-19 quarantine a lot more enjoyable (although we can’t do anything about your kids asking for their thousandth snack today. Sorry!)
If you are like many readers, you live vicariously through books. Who amongst us hasn’t wished to hang out with international bestselling author Frances Mayes literally “Under the Tuscan Sun” or travel to Thailand with a world-renowned cookbook author or travel throughout Germany or France with New York Times bestselling authors to understand the inspiration and research behind their blockbuster books?
When ‘would-be’ novelists ask New York Times bestselling author Michelle Gable for advice, her first suggestion is to read. “A person can’t be a writer,” she says, “without being a reader first.”
Interesting plot points, issues worth discussing, flawed characters and beautiful settings are only a few of the hallmarks of a great book club book. Author Kristy Woodson Harvey is known for creating all of those things.
The birth of Sarah Gunn’s walk in the book world began in 2011 with a decision to abstain from clothes shopping for a year in exchange for renewing her rusty sewing skills and creating her own wardrobe.
Welcome aboard the Queen Mary for Super Book Weekend in the celebration of twenty-two best-selling authors and your favorite books!