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”
This November, Dorrance is getting you ready for the holiday season with our Homestyle Cooking Sale at the Dorrance Bookstore. Cookbooks to help you nourish yourself and family are available… The Tasty and Unique History of Cookbooks!
Author Spotlight: David Rey, “Larceny on 34th Street: An In-Depth Look at Professional Shoplifting in One of the World’s Largest Stores”
In this edition of Author Spotlight, we spoke to Dorrance author David Rey. His book Larceny on 34th Street: An In-Depth Look at Professional Shoplifting in One of the World’s… Author Spotlight: David Rey, “Larceny on 34th Street: An In-Depth Look at Professional Shoplifting in One of the World’s Largest Stores”
This week on Author Spotlight, we speak with Marisa Recker, author of the Dorrance fiction novel Until I See Stars. The novel follows the Fitzpatrick family for over 30 years… Author Spotlight: Marisa Recker, “Until I See Stars”
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