Crimes Inspired By Fiction: Do Horror and Mystery Writers have a Moral Obligation to their Readers?

  Is it possible that someone who was already intent on committing a crime could learn tips and tricks from a novel to aide them in said crime? If so, do horror and mystery writers have a moral responsibility to their readers, to NOT provide an accurate textbook, if you will, on how to kill […]

AWRW: The Friday 56

This is a weekly meme hosted by Freda’s Voice. The rules are as follows: 1.) Grab a book, any book. 2.)Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader. 3.)Find any sentence (or a few, just don’t spoil it) that grabs you. 4.)Post it. 5.)Add your URL post in the link on Freda’s most recent […]

AWRW Book Review: Discovering Daniel, by Nadine Christian

When a shocking memory surfaces that Ava McCoy can’t understand, she looks for answers. With her parents and her Uncle Sam trying to convince her that she is only chasing dreams, she is determined to prove that they are wrong, the vision too vivid in her mind to be anything but truth. When her investigation […]

AWRW Book Review: Wilde Chase, (Wilde Brothers Book I), by Susan Hayes

Police Officer Ben Wilde is married to his work, and he wants a divorce. A third generation cop, he knows the price his career demands, but he still hopes for more out of life than taking down criminals and late nights with his canine partner, Chase.  Veterinarian Kelly Towers loves all animals, but she has […]

GIVEAWAY!!! The Journal of Vincent du Maurier, by K.P. Ambroziak

Welcome everyone! Author K.P. Ambroziak has generously offered to give away a digital copy of her book The Journal of Vincent du Maurier, to one lucky winner! The contest will run from 6/23- 6-30, and you can enter every day if you wish! Up on the Esja, just north of the capital city that used […]

AWRW Interview with Award Winning Author, Poet, and Journalist Mary Smith!

Today I have the privilege of interviewing author, poet, and journalist Mary Smith. Mary Smith has written No More Mulberries, and Drunk Chickens and Burnt Macaroni: Real Stories of Afghan Women, as well as Thousands Pass Here Every day, which is a full length poetry collection. Having spent time in Afghanistan herself, she is able […]

AWRW Book Review: Once Broken, Book I of The Dove Creek Chronicles, by Author H. Anne Henry

Remi Jean Hart lives in Dove Creek, a town where legends come to life. A town where a supernatural crossroads settled itself, many years ago. A group of people formed a militia to protect themselves, and the blissfully ignorant residents. The residents go about normally with their lives, as Remi and a group of people named […]

Guest Blog Post: When I Knew It Was All Worthwhile, by Urban Fantasy Author Jennifer Allis Provost

Welcome everyone! I asked Urban Fantasy Author Jennifer Allis Provost about the moment in her career as an Author, that made it worthwhile to her. This was her response. 🙂 When I Knew It Was All Worthwhile It’s true that all professions have their ups and downs, but being a writer is nothing short of […]

Happy Book Birthday! Copper Ravens (Copper Legacy Book II) by Jennifer Allis Provost

Please join me in wishing a very happy book birthday to Copper Ravens, Book Two of The Copper Legacy, by Author Jennifer Allis Provost!!!  Sara should be happy.   She has what every girl wants: a man who loves her, a beautiful home, and wealth beyond imagining. She rescued her brother from the Peacekeepers, destroyed the […]

AWRW Interview: Historical Erotic Romance Author Faye Hall!

 I had the privilege of interviewing historical erotic romance fiction Author Faye Hall, just in time for her newest release, “She’s A lot Like You”. Faye Hall is contracted with Red Sage Publishing Company. Faye was kind enough to provide a book excerpt to her latest release, She’s A Lot Like You, which can be […]

AWRW Book Review: A Very Good Life, by Author Lynn Steward *PLUS GIVEAWAY*

Book Review: A Very Good Life, by Author Lynn Steward “We know what a determined woman can accomplish, don’t we? -She would need to be focused. It was almost 1975, International Woman’s Year. If she wanted to live up to the expectations of women like Nina Bramen, she would have to rise to the occasion.”–A […]

Book Review: No More Mulberries, by Mary Smith

No More Mulberries, by Author Mary Smith Book Review: Scottish born Margaret, now Miriam, can’t milk a goat but she can birth a baby and educate not only patients, but young students too. When her Afghan husband tells her she is no longer to teach as it may damage not only her, but his reputation […]