Author Spotlight: Mary Franklin, “The Murder Suicide House”

By: Matthew

Dec. 5th, 2022

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”

How to Establish Setting and Build Your Fictional World

By: Matthew

Sep. 6th, 2022

Every good story has an established setting. Your novel has to exist somewhere – your characters can’t just float in space (and even that would be a setting!) Having a… How to Establish Setting and Build Your Fictional World

Author Spotlight: Catherine A. Roser Rybak, “Pooch in a Pound (A Dog’s Point of View)”

By: Matthew

Aug. 31st, 2022

This week on Author Spotlight, we speak to Dorrance children’s author Catherine A. Roser Rybak. Her book, Pooch in a Pound (A Dog’s Point of View), follows a dog named… Author Spotlight: Catherine A. Roser Rybak, “Pooch in a Pound (A Dog’s Point of View)”

Things to Think About Before You Write Your Fantasy Book

By: Matthew

Feb. 21st, 2022

Fantasy is a popular fiction genre at Dorrance Publishing. Here at Dorrance, we accept a wide variety of fantasy novels and books. We want to encourage fantasy writers in their… Things to Think About Before You Write Your Fantasy Book

Author Spotlight: Patrice Fentiman

By: Matthew

Dec. 27th, 2021

This week, we feature Dorrance author Patrice Fentiman, author of Jamie’s Secret. Name: Patrice Fentiman Hometown: Spartanburg, SC Book Title: Jamie’s Secret Genre: Children’s/Spiritual   Dorrance Publishing (DP): Describe your… Author Spotlight: Patrice Fentiman

Author Spotlight: Stephen Rubino

By: Matthew

Dec. 20th, 2021

In this week’s Author Spotlight, we interview Stephen Rubino, author of Act of Faith: America’s Longest Running Criminal Conspiracy Perpetrated Against Children.  Name: Stephen Rubino Hometown: Washington, DC Book Title:… Author Spotlight: Stephen Rubino