If time travel were possible, would you journey to the past and visit long-deceased ancestors or travel to your future and witness the fate of the world? If you had the chance to change your history, would you? Sounds scary and exciting and perhaps the reason readers of all ages find this popular trope fascinating.… Continue reading Writing Time Travel
Blurb Her memories died, but the dead won't let them sleep. There’s something Allie can’t remember; hidden memories that refuse to surface. Until one day, when something brings back images of a forgotten night. A year after graduating from Emsworth University, Allie receives a mysterious email asking a single question. Someone wants her to… Continue reading Limited Special
Author Jane Risdon will air live to discuss her wonderful book, Only One Woman on August 13, 2019, at http://www.theauthorsshow.com
I’m so excited to be interviewed on the prestigious Author Show – the International Internet Radio show specifically for authors.
My interview will be broadcast on 13th August 2019 at 12.01am EST for 24 hours and can be accessed on the day after that time.Other timezones need to calculate the difference to access.
Please go towww.theauthorsshow.comon 13th August 2019 and click on my underlined book title link to my interview.My interview will play on my scheduled day from Midnight to Midnight Eastern Time for a period of 24 hours initially.
I’m chatting about my writing, how Only One Woman came to be written with the talented Christina Jones, and more. It is a fun interview and I loved it.
There are so many authors listed in their archives which I’ve really enjoyed learning about via their interviews, do delve in.
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Writer's read, and readers write. This summer, I'm determined to take breaks between writing and catch up on books patiently waiting to be read on my Kindle. Stepping away from my work-in-progress for reading breaks clears my head and helps me forge ahead with my writing and world-building. Below is my summer reading list. Currently,… Continue reading Summer Reading List
If you're a writer, you should be reading. But who has TIME to read, write, and handle all that life throws at you in 24 hours? It's tough! Mentally fatigued, unable to get past the first and second chapters, picking up and putting down books is a sure sign it's time to take a… Continue reading Books: Reading List
What have I been up to? Well, I've been working on another novel. My work in progress is a Paranormal Historical Fiction set in my favorite part of the country, Geneva New York. I'd spent my college years in this region which brims with history and natural beauty. Geneva sits at the northern tip of… Continue reading Where Past and Present Meets
STRONG LEADING FEMALE CHARACTERS Leading female characters are a force to be reckoned with! They present the kind of strength and dynamics that are both admired and envied. I love to completely bury myself in books where the storylines are driven by headstrong and capable women! It's empowering, uplifting, and admirable to say the least! … Continue reading STRONG LEADING FEMALE CHARACTERS
It's been a while my WordPress community. Life has been incredibly busy, so I’ve had to step away for a while. In the process, I've been busy writing several short stories as well as another novel. On November 19, 2018, Ravine Lereux: A Supernatural Short Story will be available. I hope you will check it… Continue reading Coming Soon:Ravine Lereux
Genre: Fiction, SciFi, Fantasy, Coming of Age Published: February 2, 2018 Kindle Edition: 311 Pages Goodreads Synopsis: Supernatural abilities are revealed. A sacrifice is made. A hero is born. Naz Andersen's life is quickly becoming complicated. After losing his best friend to suspicious circumstances, he turns his attention to ruthless gang leader Roffio Styles and the… Continue reading Book Review: IA B.O.S.S. by John Darryl Winston
James Cudney has weaved a superb poignant family drama, with intricately woven characters, a stealthy family plot, reconciled painstakingly to the last tear producing page. I laughed, cried, and ached with the main protagonist, Olivia. An author producing these emotions is truly a gifted writer. Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Social & Family Issues Published: October 8,… Continue reading Book Review: Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney