Author Meg Farrell was born and raised in Mississippi, where she and her husband still make their home. Always a voracious reader, Meg dreamed that one day she would become a writer. She completed the … Continue reading >>
Helen Peppe's memoir, Pigs Can't Swim, is a pinnacle of family dysfunction: funny, heart wrenching, stupefying and sometimes infuriating. Her parents' insistence on nonsensical rules, old wive's tales … Continue reading >>
Panic in a Suitcase follows the lives of the Nasmertovs, who emigrate from Odessa, for over two decades. The elders wonder if they made the right choice, moving to America, while, at the same time, … Continue reading >>
A bride is murdered an hour before she walks down the aisle, and everyone is a suspect in COLD FEET, by Karen Pullen. It may sound like a typical mystery, but it's not. The narrator is a female … Continue reading >>
I love when I stumble across a book trailer that actually compels me to make a purchase. Fellow writer and Twitter pal, A. B. Funkhauser, made a terrific trailer for her debut book, Heuer Lost and … Continue reading >>
Have you ever felt you were too old to start that novel you've always wanted to write?
Belva Plain was called the “The grandmother who wrote best-sellers.” Her first novel, a romantic epic, was … Continue reading >>