John Aubrey Anderson

Author Interview

Meet John Aubrey Anderson

John grew up in Mississippi cotton country. After graduating from Mississippi State, he received an Air Force commission and spent five years in the Strategic Air Command. In SAC, when he was not in Southeast Asia, he spent seven out of every twenty-one days in a concrete alert facility . . . and he became a reader. He recently retired after flying twenty eight years for a major airline. And now he get to write . . .

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Robin Parrish

Spine Chiller Thrillers

The Power Of Mystery

If you were to ask me, "How do you create suspense?" I'm not sure I could come up with a satisfactory answer. Dissecting it would take away some of its magic.

But I can tell you one of my favorite ingredients for suspense: mystery. There's nothing like a good mystery to add tension and excitement to a story. The questions posed by the power of mystery can add a whole new level of suspense to your work.

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

4 Women on America’s Independence

Every year my family celebrates not only America’s independence on July 4, but also our Aunt Doretha’s birthday. This year she will be seventy-six. She’s taught me a great deal about humility, inner strength, faith, longsuffering, and the long road my culture has traveled to get to where we are now, especially in the publishing industry.

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Kelly Klepfer

Reviewers Corner

Three Reviews

Kelly Klepfer brings you the latest reviews on the hottest books!

Darlington Woods by Mike Dellosso

To Darkness Fled by Jill Williamson

Broken: Travis Thrasher

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Nancy Moser


Accepting Blessings

“This can’t last.”

As I walked with my husband during our evening jaunt around the neighborhood, I nodded.

“It’s too good,” he added.

I nodded again.

Lately, we’d felt incredibly blessed: I wasn’t stressed about writing, I had time to get the little chores done, my husband’s talent for making our lawn and garden green and lush was...

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