StoryTeller’s 7: James Reasoner, Words by the Million

Author James Reasoner

Describing a writer as a Master Story Teller can be a bit risky because the term suggests a promise of titanic proportions. But, JAMES REASONER would have no problem meeting such expectations.

James represents his craft well, writing in a variety of genres—including Westerns, mysteries, fantasy, war, and historicals.

Ironically, I first became acquainted with his work several years ago through a non-fiction book called Draw: The Greatest Gunfights of the American West, a history […]

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StoryTeller’s 7: Jory Sherman’s Literary Walk of Fame

Author Jory Sherman

IN FIFTY YEARS of writing professionally, Jory Sherman has published more than 400 books, and several hundred short stories.

And he’s still going strong, producing compelling prose on blogs, and in storytelling.

Writing Career Begins as Poet

His career began in the late Fifties as a poet in San Francisco’s famed North Beach.

Since then, Jory has meandered along a literary walk of fame, collecting numerous awards for excellence in his craft. These include a […]

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Guest Blog: Evelyn David

Evelyn David

Collaborating on a novel can be tricky, especially a collaboration that is seamless.

Today’s Guest Blogger is Evelyn David, author of Murder Off the Books, Murder Takes the Cake, Zoned for Murder, and The Brianna Sullivan Mysteries e-book series.

Evelyn David is the pseudonym for Marian Edelman Borden, and Rhonda Dossett.

Marian lives in New York, and is the author of eleven nonfiction books on a wide variety of topics ranging from veterans benefits to […]

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Guest Blog: Author Una Tiers

Una Tiers

It’s my pleasure to welcome writer Una Tiers, author of JUDGE VS NUTS, a novel about the murder of a Cook County judge, which Una describes as a humorcide. Today, as my guest blogger, she has the floor to share her perspective on the elements involved in creating fictional characters.

Characters, Names and Introductions

By Una Tiers

Fiona Gavelle is the protagonist of my humorcide, Judge vs Nuts. Some characters are […]

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