PROSPERITY: A GHOST STORY by Deborah Woehr

Prosperity: From Concept to Reality The Main Character I was sitting at my kitchen table when I found myself envisioning a woman standing on an island in the middle of Hell, searching for the soul of her dead husband. My first manuscript, Black Roses, was still a chapter or two away from being finished, but…

LADY OF THE ROSES by Sandra Worth

After my debut novel THE ROSE OF YORK: LOVE & WAR was published, I heard back from readers who wanted to know if I was planning to write a book on a secondary character in the book, John Neville, Lord Montagu (the Kingmaker’s brother). It seems he touched a lot of hearts. I wasn’t planning…

THE OVUM FACTOR by Marvin L. Zimmerman

Every novel starts with an inspired writer – a person who draws from a fountainhead of emotions and feelings they have accumulated from reading the fictional works of others. As a young boy, I was especially fascinated by tales of great adventure that took place in far off lands and overlapped with tales of tragic…

THE RIVER, BY MOONLIGHT by Camille Marchetta

Sometime in the late 1990s, while they were on vacation, friends of mine wandered into a gallery in the town where they were staying. It was purely by chance. But they loved the paintings they saw on show there and were intrigued by the artist, a young woman, beautiful and obviously talented, who had killed…

HEAVING BOSOMS by Ashlyn Chase

Heaving Bosoms. Sounds like words in a bodice ripper romance from the seventies, right? Well, with my irreverent tongue firmly in my cheek, I thought, wouldn’t that make a wonderful title for a romantic comedy? Oh, yes. I must remember that one. So I typed it into my idea file. Now, I should let you…