Online Issue 14

Author Lee Murray talks about her novel, Into the Sounds, and how traveling has shaped her life and writing, the actor she'd pick to play her protagonist for the series and her faithful author assistant, Bella. Stuart R. West drops by to talk about his faithful companion, Zak, and his novels Secret Society (which may be one of … Continue reading Online Issue 14


Lee Murray picks the actor to play her protagonist from Into the Sounds

Fun Fact: "One of my great grandmothers was Rebecca Brooker (née Jenner) 1819-1887. The daughter of famous British physician Edward Jenner (inventor of the smallpox vaccine), she was a missionary nurse and a signatory to New Zealand’s famous Treaty of Waitangi. Rebecca Avenue in New Zealand’s Christchurch is named after this famous ancestor."   Who … Continue reading Lee Murray picks the actor to play her protagonist from Into the Sounds

Literature® & More: Online Issue 11

I recently had a chance to read and review Literature® by Guillermo Stitch. It's such a rich book that it's like an onion, with plenty of layers to peel off. That's why I have Guillermo answering some pointed questions about the novella and his objectives with it, and I offer some further thoughts on the … Continue reading Literature® & More: Online Issue 11

Online Issue 5

What is Furry Noir? You know you have to click now to find out. Bill Kieffer talks about Mount TBR, what you'll find there and bookcrossing. Is My Colorblind Rainbow one of the best book titles ever? Chanel Hardy talks about her inspirational YA story. Which protagonist is cranking up Ruth Etting, Billie Holiday and … Continue reading Online Issue 5