Album Review: DeBenedetta’s Shadows Album

The cover of DeBenedetta's Shadows Album First of all, I would like to thank DeBenedetta for inviting me to do an album review for their Shadows album. I'm glad I received this invitation, because this is just excellent music that I can add to my playlist! For people who like those "dark rock" kind of … Continue reading Album Review: DeBenedetta’s Shadows Album

Writing Advice: Some Final Thoughts

So that has been it. I hope you have enjoyed the past few Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, where I've been featuring a lot of writers and their contributions to "Deep Down & Dirty Writing Secrets." Just in case if you want to read the book, feel free to purchase it here (via Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/Deep-Down-Dirty-Writing-Secrets-ebook/dp/B0866BTPD4/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 It … Continue reading Writing Advice: Some Final Thoughts

Writing Advice: Interview with Sharleen Daugherty

Sharleen Daugherty The last author we're interviewing in our "Writing Advice" series is Sharleen Daugherty. Her original life plan never included as being a writer, as after she graduated from high school in 1959 and pursue a graduate degree in mathematics (Yes, that's not a typo), she ultimately owned a software consulting business that managed … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Sharleen Daugherty

Writing Advice: Interview with Kris Neri

Kris Neri The next person we're interviewing is Kris Neri, a longtime writer of crime novels, short stories, fantasy novels, and now, mainstream fiction. She has been a writing instructor for the prestigious Writers' program of the UCLA Extension School and other organizations. She currently lives under the wide blue skies of Southwestern New Mexico … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Kris Neri

Writing Advice: Interview with Luanne Brooten

Luanne Brooten The next part from our Writing Advice is from artist and writer Luanne Brooten. Earning her Bachelor's degree in interior design with minors in Fine Art and Journalism from the University of Minnesota, she has been writing for pay on the internet (from her house) over the past 5 years, which she finds … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Luanne Brooten

Writing Advice: Interview with Joni Kay Rose

Joni Kay Rose The next person we're interviewing from our "Writing Advice" series is Joni Kay Rose. Here below is my interview with her, and she begins the interview by telling me about her writing career: Rose: After being dormant all winter, the desert willow in my front yard is sprouting tiny green leaves again. … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Joni Kay Rose

Writing Advice: Interview with John Maberry

John Maberry The next person we're interviewing for our "Writing Advice" series is from John Maberry. Retired from the local government and working in a cubicle farm, he is currently living in New Mexico with his wife, where he calls it "their dream home." He believes that he can write and do other things during … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with John Maberry

Writing Advice: Interview with Dr. Sharon Mijares

Dr. Sharon Mijares The next interviewer from our "Writing Advice" series is from Dr. Sharon Mijares, who is a licensed psychologist, professor of psychology, and a world traveler. She currently lives in Silver City, New Mexico. Here is my interview with her: W.: First of all, let's talk about psychospiritual development and psychospiritual healing. What … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Dr. Sharon Mijares

Writing Advice: Interview with Eve West Bessier

Eve West Bessier The next person we are interviewing in our "Writing Advice" series is Eve West Bessier. Here below is my interview with her: W.: Hi Eve. Please introduce yourself! Eve West Bessier: When I was a small child, I answered that ubiquitous question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Eve West Bessier

Writing Advice: Interview with Catalina Claussen

Catalina Claussen The next person we're interviewing in our "Writing Advice" series is Catalina Claussen, who is a mother, teacher, gardener, and boundless adventurer from southwestern New Mexico. Her purpose in writing is to delight in language, indulge in her own curiosity, and to discover through writing. Here below is my interview with her: W.: … Continue reading Writing Advice: Interview with Catalina Claussen