When you publish a book with Dorrance, we send a copy of your book to the Library of Congress. This is because the Library of Congress oversees the United States… How Publishing A Book Makes You Part of History – All About the Library of Congress
The first recorded author in history was a woman named Enheduanna, a high priestess of Mesopotamia. In the 23rd century BC, she served the ancient Mesopotamian city Ur. According to… History Corner: History’s First Named Author Was a Mesopotamian Priestess
We have another Christmas edition of Author Spotlight! Author Jim Hammell spoke to us about his book How Murrey Saved Christmas. This adorable children’s book follows a moose named Murrey… Author Spotlight: Jim Hammell, “How Murrey Saved Christmas”
A new year is upon us, and with it comes new opportunities. If you’re looking to finally write that project you’ve been thinking about for ages – whether it’s a… New Year, New Book: 5 Tips To Help You Write More in 2023
This week on Author Spotlight, we talk to Susan Logan, author of the Dorrance children’s book The Christmas Ghost Boy. The book centers on a couple who move shortly before… Author Spotlight: Susan J. Logan, “The Christmas Ghost Boy”
This week on Author Spotlight we have a conversation with Dorrance author Mary Franklin. Her book, The Murder Suicide House, is the result of years of investigations of the paranormal… Author Spotlight: Mary Franklin, “The Murder Suicide House”
When it comes to writing fiction, interesting characters are essential to a book that will keep readers engaged. Here are some tips for writing interesting characters that apply across all… How To Write Interesting Characters: 5 Tips to Make Readers Invested!
This week’s Author Spotlight is a conversation with Dorrance author Forrest R. Lindsey, a Vietnam War veteran. Lindsey recently published a memoir titled In Country: My Memories of Vietnam and… Author Spotlight: Forrest R. Lindsey, “In Country: My Memories of Vietnam and After”