Author Interview: Tereza Mackova (Tokyo Story)

Recently, I had the chance to conduct an author interview with Tereza Mackova. Wolfe: Hello, Tereza, and welcome to my blog! Tereza: Hi, thank you for inviting me! Wolfe: Let’s start by learning a little about you. Please tell us a little about yourself. Tereza: I’m 33 years old, a mother of two, a coffee […]

9 Reasons Why You Need to Upgrade Crowdfire

Blogging seems to be a constantly moving target. Every time you feel like you have finally mastered a part of the process, a Google alert or email announces some new change that completely changes at least a portion of the blogging experience. All these constant changes mean you sometimes need relevant help, and that’s why […]

Book Review: Contained by S. L. Harpel

Contained is S. L. Harpel’s debut novel. It is a young adult, science-fiction tale built around a young girl, Ella, who finds herself torn between two worlds. Ella was born in the Outskirts, the barren wasteland that covers most of the planet after man has destroyed it with biological weapons. While still a small child, […]

Author Interview: S. L. Harpel, Author of Contained

Recently, I had the chance to spend a few minutes conducting and author interview with S. L. Harpel. S. L. recently released her novel, Contained, which is a dystopian, young adult tale about a girl name Ella that is struggling to find her place between two societies. You can read the review of Contained by clicking this line. About […]

Book Review: Tokyo Story by Tereza Mackova

What would you be willing to do to find the one that got away? Would you travel to another country? Would you comb the streets of a foreign city? Such questions form the basis of Tokyo Story by Tereza Mackova. Tokyo Story Tokyo Story, Tereza Mackova’s debut novel, tells the tale of Alice. In her […]

How To Get To Know Your Novel Characters

Writer’s block. If you’ve been writing fiction for any time at all, it’s an evil you know entirely too well. Even the best ideas will sometimes flow into this invisible wall. Character development is one way to get passed that wall. One reason why some author’s end up stuck with writer’s block is that they […]