Archive for May, 2011

Souls on (B)Oring Street, Denim Blues Mysteries, Book 3 by Karen Wiesner

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

This is a review for

I just finished Souls on Boring Street and find the story very captivating. It is a romance with some sleuthing in it. I love the cover. It is well done and colorful. It portrays the theme of the book to a T.

The copy I have says that it is a review copy and that the printed book may not be the same. (more…)

From “Finish your book now” by Dan Poynter

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

“If you wait for inspiration to write; you’re not a writer, you’re a waiter.”

When asked the secret to finishing his 500 page masterpiece The Power of One, author Bryce Courtenay growled, “Bum glue!”

“If my doctor told me I had only 6 months to live, I’d type a little faster.” -Isaac Asimov

“Inspiration usually comes during work, not before it.” – Madeleine L’Engle

“I write when I’m inspired, and I see to it that I’m inspired at 9 am every morning.” -Peter DeVries

“I think I did pretty well, considering I started out with nothing but (more…)

Bitten by the Business Bug by Jason O’Neill a review

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

This book is amazing, in the sense that the author Jason O’Neill, at the early age of nine, did something about an idea he had to earn money. It is written in a simple way that makes it easy to understand.

He goes a step further and makes his dream come true. Now he takes his story from elementary schools to colleges to motivate others to follow his example.

And what does he have to say? In his book entitled Bitten by the Business Bug he tell us the answer: “Anyone, including kids, can do amazing things but you cannot get anywhere by sitting on your ideas. (more…)

Author Marsha Ward’s Interview & Bio

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Today, I want to introduce you to a talented writer and an all-around great lady, Marsha Ward, founder of The American Night Writers Association.

ANNA: Marsha, you’ve got some great news to share, don’t you?

MARSHA: For a while now, everyone has been asking me if my books are on Kindle. They mean, of course, “Are they available as electronic books for the Kindle ereader at” While I have had the first two eBooks of my series available on in the mobi format—which is the Kindle format—for about 18 months, (more…)