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Character Analysis: Heroines 1.1

I am rescheduling my normal Monday book review to answer Mariah Avix‘s question: “What would have made you like these characters?”

That is fuel for thought and helps me better understand what I like to see in a character. 1,693 more words

Character Analysis: Heroines Part 1

As I have been reading and posting reviews, I thought it would be a good idea to take Mariah Avix’s advice and do a bit more thinking about what I like and what I  don’t like. 702 more words

Like the Outlander on Crack



“‘Malice Mallender, the heroine of The Viking and the Courtesan, is not nearly as malicious as her name suggests. She is just trying to survive in the harsh world of 19th century London by running a business that breaks up people’s marriages. 677 more words


Heroines #4 and #5: Bobbie and Phyllis

Edith Nesbit’s book, The Railway Children,  is one which I have recently re-visited, and it really is a masterpiece! Although there are three children in the story- Roberta (Bobbie), Peter and Phyllis- our focus is on heroines, and so although Peter shares the heroic characteristics of his sisters, he is not our focus! 181 more words


Carolina Book Fest 2016 ~ Coming October 15

Book Signing

Book Fest is a book signing taking place in the Queen City
of Charlotte, North Carolina on October 15, 2016. The book signing… 193 more words

Historical Fiction

Aspects Of Writing. On location with Michael Dellert

Michael. Writer, editor, consultant.

Before I answer, let me say what a great honor it is to be interviewed by—uhm—hamsters. I can’t say I ever imagined this glorious day would come. 2,739 more words


Spirited Constellations: Travels

By Mary Anna Violi | @MaryAnnaVioli

Spread the word:  Spirited Constellations: Travels is now available in paperback on Amazon!


Theodora D’Medici turned her floundering bookshop business into a thriving enterprise. 170 more words