Horror Author, Sean Paul Murphy’s Top 10 Horror Films Based on Books

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First, a little about my definition of horror. I do not include crime films about torture or murder such as Psycho or Silence of the Lambs unless there is a supernatural element. Nor do Iinclude films about animal attacks, like … Continue reading

From Paper to the Big Screen: Author Sharon Healy-Yang Talks Horror Adaptations

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I’ve been an old movie buff since I was a teenager, a few years back. When I first started hunting down older films, when dinosaurs roamed the airwaves, cable had few channels, and my family couldn’t afford even that limited … Continue reading

Author Carolyn C Barney on Writing The Trebors

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I am so excited to share THE TREBORS (Trebor Tales, Book 1) with everyone!  To think that children, and those who are young at heart, will be able to follow the adventures of the Trebors and the mysterious world they … Continue reading

You are not alone; how the Wings of Life series is bringing awareness to mental illness

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Note from Publisher, Sheri Williams: We are proud to share a post from author Sarah King to our blog. She opens her heart to remind us that we are not alone. Sharing books is part of what we do here … Continue reading

What All Writers Can Learn From Harry Potter

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was published June of 1997 in the United Kingdom. Quickly gaining popularity, the Harry Potter series became a worldwide phenomenon, garnering fans from all over the world. It’s safe to say that this book … Continue reading

Politics, Passion, and Point of View By Kathryn Brown Ramsperger

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When I began writing The Shores of Our Souls, I knew my choice of point of view was critical. Point of view can make or break a story of interplay between cultures. I started the novel in my protagonist Dianna’s … Continue reading