Featured Books of the Week!
One thing all the characters seemed to have in common in “All Roads Lead to Nowhere” was this underlying fear of who might be watching or listening in on their every move. The most intriguing, yet terrifying part of the book was how it only takes place about 30-40 years into our future.
Starlight offers many options that can be explored by parents to educate themselves on supporting and encouraging their child’s psychological and spiritual growth. The pacing is swift, and the positive tone allows for contemplation and easy implementation. The text’s balanced amplitude and poised spirit distinguish it from other tomes in this category.
No matter how small the endeavor, the author emphasized the importance of giving every opportunity his all. Crediting his mother with his strong work ethic, Bruce successfully regaled me with stories of betterment.
The book is an excellent resource for any professional’s toolkit.
Guest Editorial Contributor of the Week
Carolyn Howard Johnson, author of the multi award-winning HowToDoItFrugally Series of books for writers
Carolyn Howard-Johnson is a former journalist, retailer, and marketer who started publishing how-to books for writers for the classes she taught for UCLA Extension’s renowned Writers’ Program. Members of the California Legislature named her Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment.
Learn more about her how-to books and her creative writing at https://howtodoitfrugally.com
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Meet the Author of the Week!
An Interview with Nancy Stohlman Author of “Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction”
Nancy Stohlman‘s book Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction, won a 2021 Reader Views Gold Award andwas re-released as an audiobook in 2022. Her other books include After the Rapture, (forthcoming 2023), Madam Velvet’s Cabaret of Oddities, and The Vixen Scream and Other Bible Stories, among others.Her work has appeared in the Norton anthology New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction and The Best Small Fictions 2019, as well as adapted for both the stage and screen. She teaches at the University of Colorado Boulder and around the world.
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“My Favorite Girlfriend” and the “Golfing Adventures with Frankie the Witty Caddie” series – A Conversation with Paul Sturm
Paul Sturm actually started writing poems as a teenager, attempting to impress young ladies, though to no avail except for a smile or two. Many years later, the author worked in a high pressure career prompting him to escape by reading and writing for the fun of it. The author’s amusing sense of humor provided the perfect backdrop for his hilarious books.
Paul is married and has 3 children and 3 grandchildren, and lives just outside of Washington, D.C., in a Virginia suburb.
You can learn more about Paul Sturm and his work at https://www.paulsturmauthor.com/