Mohamed's Moon

Made For Movies

The Fisherman's Testament

Caroline Friday

My former pastor gave me a copy of this critically acclaimed novel by best-selling Spanish author César Vidal, and I read it cover to cover in one sitting. It is a fascinating and interesting twist on the presentation of the gospel as told by the apostle Peter while imprisoned in Rome in AD 62, under Emperor Nero’s rule.

An aging Peter has been cruelly imprisoned and is set to stand trial as an insurrectionist. Nero, wanting to understand the philosophy behind this strange Jewish sect that follows the Christos, or the Anointed One, summons one of his well-traveled generals Marcus

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Trish Perry

Real Life Is Stranger

Get Outta Here With That Getaway Scene 

Dilemma: You’re writing yet another crime scene and your villain makes his getaway. He jumps into his car, floors the gas, and triggers a high-speed chase.


This is why I can’t write crime novels. Creating new characters I can do. Creating...

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Jan Flanders (Etiquette)

Fiction Etiquette with a Southern Twist Twisted Southern

Jan Flanders

Good mornin’, ya’ll—if it’s possible for any moment durin’ the sultry dog days of August to be good. Ah fear Ah am about to have a sinkin’ spell. Why, Ah am positively...

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Special Giveaway

MaryLu Tyndall

MaryLu Tyndall is Celebrating with a Caribbean Sea Faring Giveaway


With a special selection of five books, rubber duckie, conch shell, candle and bath products!

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

To Teach Or Not

I just got back from one of my favorite places on earth, the Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania. I’ve featured the furry, four-legged residents in about a dozen of my novels, and in my last book, Shawnee is the star. She’s a lone wolf and has to fight for every scrap of food, every treat, every nanosecond of human and visitors’ attention. (Personally? I think the other wolves—especially the girl wolves—are just jealous ’cuz she’s a natural blonde.)

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DJ Mansker

Confession Corner

The Monsoon

Yikes! This storm is just about overhead. Agh! There goes my electricity. Oh, this pounding hurts my ears. What am I saying? This pounding is destroying my roof. Who knew water could actually feel like concrete? It’s like I’m being stoned. I’ll never repair all the divots and dents. Irreparable damage. This could be it for me, my last hurrah, my last hours as a humble confession booth. Okay, maybe not so humble. But I could still be reduced to a soggy...

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