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 Write Interesting Characters: 5 Tips to Make Readers Invested!

By: Matthew

Nov. 14th, 2022

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!

Author Spotlight: Forrest R. Lindsey, “In Country: My Memories of Vietnam and After”

By: Matthew

Nov. 7th, 2022

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”

Author Spotlight: David Rey, “Larceny on 34th Street: An In-Depth Look at Professional Shoplifting in One of the World’s Largest Stores”

By: Matthew

Oct. 10th, 2022

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”

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