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10 Ways to Keep the Passion in Your by Melody Ravert
This article first appeared in the publication, "Advanced Christian Writer."...
3 Aces by Richard Ide: Book Review by Irene Watson
Poker-playing Dawn Carlisle is running from a domineering mother, a penchant for alcohol, and an ex-husband suing her for custody of their daughter. A...
4 Cups for The Third Son! by T Vance
Book Review Cafe gives T.L. Vance's debut novel, The Third Son 4 out of 5 cups. ...
9/11 Revisited by Guy Hogan
Pittsburgh / Flash Fiction / Publication / University of Pittsburgh...
A Case of Wild Justice? by Yvonne Jerrold: Book Review by Irene Watson
"A Case of Wild Justice?" by author Yvonne Jerrold centers around the dilemma faced by one grandmother, Hannah Meadows, whose clever and manipulative ...
A Consequence of Greed, Third Edition" by Jack Eadon: Book Review by Irene Watson
In this amazing story Jack Eadon has captured the core of today's corporate world. Eadon involves the reader in the politics, turmoil, and greed of c...
A Day at the Beach: A short story by Frank Mundo by Frank Mundo
I don't write them often but, a short story I wrote for my brother was published here....
A Fool's Knot - Chapter 1 by Philip Spires
A Fool’s Knot is a sensitive portrait of a man’s attempt to reclaim his cultural identity and, at the same time, stimulate change. The contradictions ...
A Good Woman by Dorothy Weil: Book Review by Irene Watson
Mary Lou Friedman, a spunky 86- year-old with an ailing husband, is being threatened by hoodlums in her Cincinnati neighborhood, forcing her to fight ...
A Handful of Sand by Mary Louise McCaffrey: Book Review by Irene Watson
Romeo and Juliet step aside. Your tragic ending does not satisfy. Just ask Mary Louise McCaffrey, who has written her own story of star- crossed lover...
A Jolly Good Fellow by Stephen V. Masse: Book Review by Irene Watson
Two weeks before Christmas, Duncan Wagner gets into his car for another attempt at kidnapping the son of his most despised enemy, State Representative...
A Line Between Friends" by Michele VonOrt Cozzens: Book Review by Irene Watson
"Can ex-lovers remain friends after marrying someone else?" In the new novel, "A Line Between Friends," award-winning author, and former long-time jo...
A Mystical Journey (from Hold Your Light) by Wayne Bien
Summary of "Hold Your Light"...
A Name! What's in A Name? by Mark Lichterman
Do you remember the thrill of the first exploration of the body of your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife... your own body? Your first orgasm? br...
A New Dawn Rising” by Patricia Marie Budd by Irene Watson
“A New Dawn Rising” is set in the fictional town of Laurel Creek, Georgia, just north of the burgeoning Savannah in 1809. John Connolley, nearing 30, ...
A New Holiday Story by Kathleen Clauson
Eva Galuska and the Christmas Carp: A New Story for the Holidays...
A Novel filled with many Intricate Layers: Forgiveness, Family & Hope by Irma Fritz
It's summertime and the Adlers travel cross-country to Washington, D. C. Relationships are tested & secrets are revealed as the Adlers' journey east ...
A Poet and Don't Know It? by Terry Robertson
Many people have asked why I never returned to writing poetry. The answer is simple, "I can't"....
A Portrait of an Aggressive Artist: an interview with Novelist Brian Celio by Frank Mundo
Review of Catapult Soul and interview with author Brian Celio...
A Questionnaire For John Patrick Doyle, Author Of Boiled Peanuts by Wilfried Voss
Born of Irish parents, John Patrick Doyle grew up in London. In 2011, he discontinued paid employment, attracted by the lonely, grinding life of a ful...
A Warm Late Spring Sunday by Regis Auffray
A short story by Sha'Tara, local writer and friend......
A World of His Own: In the Land of the Creoles, Arlette Gaffrey:Book Review by Irene Watson
"A World Of His Own" by author Arlette Gaffrey is an epic saga of love, marriage and betrayal. Andre de Jovan escaped the French Revolution as a child...
A Writer's Journey by Terry Robertson
I will make this brief and concise. I am not one to look back with regret. Had I continued with my writing at a young age, maybe I would be establishe...
A Writer’s Purpose by Leslie Sanders
A Writer’s Purpose By Leslie Lee Sanders...
Across the Pond to Connecticut by Storyheart -
Local author, Barry Eva, who writes under the name of Storyheart is going from strength to strength with his new young adult fiction novel “Across the...
Additional Professional Reviews by Michael Dyet
Additional reviews of Michael Robert Dyet's "Until the Deep Water Stills - An Internet-enhanced Novel"...
Adventures of the Angels by Lew Duffey
This novel starts out as a sci-fi. Don’t let it fool you, though. It takes more twists and turns than a mountain road. It is all about Angels. ...
Adventures of the Angels by Lew Duffey
I have just published my second Novel. I wanted to offer this as a way of introducing it my friends here at Authors Den ...
Affordable Ghost Writing Isn’t Easy - But It’s Worthwhile! by Karen
This article is about how ghost writing is a developable field. Most people seem to think it is solely about hiding the ghost writer, making money, or...
All The Fine Poets, I Need Advice! by Terry Robertson
So many kind people at AD. Thank you for all your wonderful reviews and encouragement. Now I have a problem I have put my first book of poetry (it was...
American Male Prostitute - Thoughts by Author Wilfried F. Voss by Wilfried Voss
To put it in a nutshell, today’s publishing world is divided into two principle sections. First, there is the exclusive pool of traditional publishers...
An Infinity of Days in the Psychotic Atomik Empire" by G.A. Norton: Review by Irene Watson
Everyday across the U.S., millions of people face a wide range of injustices, from harassment on the job, unfair pay, to unrelenting authoritarian bos...
An Interview with Author Beckie Weinheimer about her book Converting Kate by Beckie Weinheimer
Author Interview with Beckie Weinheimer, CONVERTING KATE Viking Books 2007...
An Interview with author Gint Aras (Finding the Moon in Sugar) by Frank Mundo
Interview with Authors Den author Gint Aras about his novel Finding the Moon in Sugar....
An Interview with Bestselling Author Cristina Garcia (Lady Matador's Hotel) by Frank Mundo
Cristina Garcia interview ...
An Interview with Bestselling Author Elif Shafak (The Forty Rules of Love) by Frank Mundo
My interview with Elif Shfak...
An Interview with Bestselling Author TC Boyle (Wild Child) by Frank Mundo
My interview with TC Boyle...
An interview with Holly Christine, author of Tuesday Tells it Slant by Frank Mundo
Imagine if you could change all of the things about yourself and your life just by writing it down and calling it the truth. That’s the premise for a ...
An Interview with Michael Di Lauro, author of The Net Present Value of Life by Frank Mundo
Review and interview with Author's Den writer Michael Di Lauro about his debut novel...
An Interview with Sarah Pekkanen, author of The Opposite of Me by Frank Mundo
Interview with author...
An Observation by Guy Hogan
The Who: "I hope I die before I get old."...
An Obsolete Honor by Helena P. Schrader: Book Review by Irene Watson
Many novels have been written about World War II, but they usually focus on the Allied Forces. Award-winning author Helena P. Schrader reveals a forgo...
Andrew E Checkley in the news by Andrew Checkley
Rugby Advertiser... News...
Anne of Green Gables: An Inspirational Story by Jaycee Fox
If you're reading this, you're most likely a fan of Anne of Green Gables. Lucy Maud Montgomery, a Canadian author, created the character of Anne Shi...
Another Review of A Trial of One by Mary Martin
A Trial of One, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy won a number of awards in 2007. This is the latest review, which I hope will encourage you to get the...
Are Mormons Christian, and Seriously, What is a Christian? by Beckie Weinheimer
With the Religious Right Ripping apart Mormonism and saying Mitt Romney is not a Christian, I began to question just exactly what a Christian is. And ...
Art and Inspiration by Mary Martin
Where do you get your inspiration?...
As A Suggestion by Mark Lichterman
However, be warned, the chapter contains nudity and sex....
As Has Modern Day Sodom And Gomorrah... by - - - - - TRASK
T V Sucks,BANGEN Away My COMPUTER Watchen Ophra Wind Free,Shucks_ ...
Atonement: book to film by Rosemary Poole-Carter
From reading to seeing McEwan's Atonement...
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