Author Guest Post: Andrew Joyce

Many thanks this week to author Andrew Joyce for joining our blog for a special guest post!

My name is Andrew Joyce, and I write books for a living. Johanna has been kind enough to allow me a little space on her blog to promote my new book, MOLLY LEE. The story is a female-driven account of a young naive girl’s journey into an independent, strong woman and all the trouble she gets into along the way.

Now you may possibly be asking yourself, What is a guy doing writing in a woman’s voice? And that’s a good question. I can only say that I did not start out to write about Molly; she just came to me one day and asked that I tell her story.

Perhaps I should start at the beginning.
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Author Interview With Glen Aaron – The Prison Trilogy










Today we’re thrilled to invite author Glen Aaron, author of The Prison Trilogy, to the blog for a Q&A about his writing and upcoming works:

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Author Guest Post: Melissa Wolff

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We are thrilled and honored to have Award-Winning YA author Melissa M. Wolff share her thoughts with us in a special guest post today. You may recognize her from her previous works such as Sharpie Messages: The Writing on the Wall, Fated, On the Shattered Path, or her most recent novel Three Little Lies which has received glowing reviews from fans of Young Adult fiction and Suspense alike (learn more and pick up a copy today on amazon HERE).

I’ll be honest, I’m not used to doing guest posts. In fact, I think this is only the second guest post that I’ve done in my short career as an author. It’s so weird, still, to consider myself an author even though I’ve been one for six years. I’ve written four books and am working on the fifth and sixth book. Yet, I still find it crazy that I’m an author. Continue reading “Author Guest Post: Melissa Wolff”

Review of Age of Desire by Jennie Fields

For fans of The Paris Wife, a sparkling glimpse into the life of Edith Wharton and the scandalous love affair that threatened her closest friendship

They say behind every great man is a woman. Behind Edith Wharton, there was Anna Bahlmann—her governess turned literary secretary, and her mothering, nurturing friend.

When at the age of forty-five, Edith falls passionately in love with a dashing younger journalist, Morton Fullerton, and is at last opened to the world of the sensual, it threatens everything certain in her life but especially her abiding friendship with Anna. As Edith’s marriage crumbles and Anna’s disapproval threatens to shatter their lifelong bond, the women must face the fragility at the heart of all friendships.

Told through the points of view of both women, The Age of Desire takes us on a vivid journey through Wharton’s early Gilded Age world: Paris with its glamorous literary salons and dark secret cafés, the Whartons’ elegant house in Lenox, Massachusetts, and Henry James’s manse in Rye, England.

Edith’s real letters and intimate diary entries are woven throughout the book. The Age of Desire brings to life one of literature’s most beloved writers, whose own story was as complex and nuanced as that of any of the heroines she created.

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