How to Write a Page-Turner

I’ve stayed up all night reading a good book. Why? There was no good place to stop. Each chapter drew me right into the next chapter. That’s talent. I’m not that good yet, but that is my aim. I want to write a page-turner!

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Author Interview of Neon Houses: What Readers Want to Know

Why did you write this story? I wanted a story that would resonate with Millennials who are moving away from the inner cities. I wanted them to see the affect that not giving back to the community will have in the long run. It’s for the Black and Brown Lives Matter advocates who must also […]

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Review of ‘Empty Chairs’ by Suzanne Burke

In the novel Empty Chairs, author Suzanne Burke, writing as Stacey Danson, takes us on a roller-coaster ride through the roughest areas of Sydney, Australia as seen through the eyes of an eleven-year-old run-away. In Stacey’s own words, “I was about to spend my very first night in ‘Kings Cross’—the organized crime, drug, and sleaze capital of Australia.” […]

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9 Tips to Give a Great Podcast Interview

Performing on radio and podcasts like a professional requires preparation and practice. Before you arrive at or call in to the radio station or the podcast show, be sure you’ve gotten everything together. Don’t listen to yourself later and wish you could do it over. There will be many things you’ll forget to say and […]

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