Author Kathy Morley

I have been teaching meditation and metaphysics for over 25 years. When Transcendental Meditation was introduced in the U.S. in the seventies, I trained with the Maharishi Yogi and fell in love with the serenity and peace I experienced. This deepened my conviction that there must be more to life… Continue reading

Author Lisa Charles

Lisa Charles is a federal prosecutor turned singer/actress, wellness expert, certified health coach/consultant, and an acclaimed speaker. She is the fitness/wellness research coordinator for the Rutgers University Aging & Brain Health Alliance, CEO of Embrace Your Fitness, LLC, and the author of YES! COMMIT. DO. LIVE. She successfully directed her… Continue reading

Author Hyunah Kim

Hyunah Kim is a well-traveled artist with a background in English literature. She initially graduated from a university in Seoul and then embarked on a journey across Europe, where she pursued her passion for fashion and became a makeup artist and a stylist in Paris. Afterwards, she moved to Munich,… Continue reading

The Curse of Clansmen and Kings Series by Linnea Tanner

Depending on the time of day and season of the year, you will Award-Winning Linnea Tanner exploring and researching ancient and medieval history, mythology, and archaeology to support her writing. As the author of the CURSE OF CLANSMEN AND KINGS series, she has extensively researched and traveled to sites described… Continue reading

Author Bob Price

Born in Africa in the early ’50s settled in London in the late ’50s. Later moved and settled in Northern Ireland with his wife four children dog, cat, and goat. Now retired from public service and writing because he enjoys it. Interested in various genres including crime, humour, political satire,… Continue reading

Author Gloria Lintermans

Gloria Lintermans is an author and freelance writer. A former syndicated fashion columnist, her popular column, “Looking Great,” appeared in English and Spanish language newspapers across the U.S. from Hawaii to New York, and worldwide from Saudi Arabia to South America. Lintermans is the author of THE SECRETS TO STEPFAMILY… Continue reading

Author Anthony Arnold

A budding Poet and Writer, as early as the third grade when he composed his very first poem, Florida-raised writer Anthony Arnold fell in love with words finding them to be a comfort and mainstay throughout his life. Raised to be a reader by his grandmother, he soon developed a… Continue reading

Linda Franks News Letter (09-21-2023)

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Author Charles E. Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn’t working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever… Continue reading

Author Maria DaVenza Tillmanns

Maria DaVenza Tillmanns teaches Philosophy with Children program in underserved San Diego schools in partnership with the University of California, San Diego. In 1980, she attended Dr. Matthew Lipman’s workshop on philosophy for children and later wrote her dissertation on philosophical counseling and teaching under the direction of Martin Buber… Continue reading

Author Sabato DiVincenti

Sabato DiVincenti is a husband, father, and grandfather whose writing is inspired from various vintage television wartime series, World War II movies, and espionage films. He resides with his wife Paula in Florida. By day Sabato enjoys a successful career as an executive in heavy civil construction. He is self-taught… Continue reading

Author Susan E. Sage

Susan E. Sage, was born (1956) in Detroit, Michigan, to Joyce and Robert Sage. Youngest of three daughters, she received her undergraduate degree in English from Wayne State University in Detroit and has done post-graduate work at the University of Michigan-Flint. She was a recipient of the Tompkin’s Award in… Continue reading

Author Tory Gates

Tory Gates has produced books for the Young Adult and Contemporary Fiction world since 2013. He takes readers to exotic locales, everyday places and brings to life characters that are relatable and real, while addressing real-life issues. Tory is the author of the Sweet Dreams Series, a trilogy of works… Continue reading

Author Joan Fields Long

The author grew up during the Great Depression. Born in 1931, she recalls many of the things that occurred during this period of time and in World War 11. Interesting Fact: This Author’s Page has been given as a gift to Author Joan Field Long by friend and Author Eloise… Continue reading

Author C. G. Haberman

C. G. Haberman was born and raised in south-central Nebraska. For ten years he taught the biological sciences in two Nebraska high schools. He left education to take a position with the Nebraska environmental agency and over the next ten years moved through the ranks. His positions took him throughout… Continue reading

Author Harold Phifer

Harold Phifer was born and raised in Columbus, Mississippi. His first twenty-five years were spent entirely in his home state. After graduating Mississippi State and Jackson State Universities, he became a highly specialized air traffic controller, living and working as an international contractor serving numerous tours in Iraq and Afghanistan…. Continue reading

Author Behcet Kaya

Author Behcet Kaya was born in northeastern Turkey. Growing up in a small village with long held traditions, his rebellious and creative nature emerged at an early age. Leaving home at fourteen, he travelled first to Istanbul and then on to London. His dream was to complete his high school… Continue reading

Author Stacy Manning Casaluci

Stacy Manning Casaluci always loved reading bedtime stories to her children. In “Know You’re Not Alone,” her two sons are the brothers, Cory and Kyler. As boys, they enjoyed learning about the different branches of the military, and it’s the reason the father in the book goes on a Special-Ops… Continue reading

What Makes A Good Story Great? by Kaylin McFarren

While in the midst of creating a new novel, I recently found myself struggling with the purpose of my story. Was I writing it to educate readers, to entertain them, or to transport them to another place during a difficult time in our lives? Perhaps, in a strange way, I… Continue reading

Author David W. Thompson

David W. Thompson is an award-winning author, a native of Southern Maryland, and a graduate of University of Maryland, University College. David’s love of the written word began early in life. He claims his first writing effort was “Dick and Jane” fan fiction when he was six years old- no… Continue reading

Author Gary Simonds

Gary Simonds is a neurosurgeon who has treated tens of thousands of patients with devastating illnesses. He is a professor at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the Virginia Tech School of Neuroscience. He has published three nonfiction books on burnout and psychological distress in healthcare providers and… Continue reading

Author Nick Iuppa

Nick Iuppa is the former Creative Director of Paramount Pictures’ Digital Entertainment, Head of Apple Computer’s Learning Technologies Group, Writer for the Wonderful World of Disney and apprentice animator on How The Grinch Stole Christmas. He’s the author of 9 novels, 4 technical books on new media, and a humorous… Continue reading

Author Annette Stanzione

Hi my name is Annette. I have always loved to write and make people laugh, so I incorporated funny stories into this first book. This endeavor took me a long time, life sometimes gets in the way. I was very fortunate to work with a wonderful editor and my publisher… Continue reading

Author Sylvia Dickey Smith

My name is Sylvia Dickey Smith and people tell me I see everything and miss nothing. Well, that might be so for some things, but I certainly did not see that car in the grocery store parking lot that I parked behind–in the SAME parking space. Got a clue something… Continue reading

Historical Fiction and Political Correctness by Author Ronald E. Yates

I belong to an online Historical Novels discussion group. It is a lively assemblage with lots of discussions ranging from how one researches historical novels to selecting book titles. Most recently someone started a discussion about being politically correct in historical novels. The result has been a long thread of… Continue reading

Warrington Legacy Series by Marsha Casper Cook

Warrington Legacy Series by Marsha Casper Cook. It’s All About Love (Warrington Legacy Book One) is a sweet, heartwarming story about how love can happen when you least expect it. Second Chances (Warrington Legacy Book Two) is a story about Leo and Gracie. They are together again, but they have… Continue reading

Author Lynne Podrat

Lynne Podrat graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and then spent fifteen years in the Fashion Industry as an Assistant Buyer and Department Manager with Bloomingdales Department Store before returning to school to receive her educational degrees from Arcadia University and Gynedd Mercy. A retired educator and Administrator from the… Continue reading

Author Connie Vines

Connie Vines lives deep in the quirky suburbs of Southern California with her husband, grown sons and a playful poodle. Raised in a career Naval family, her writing reflects her diverse background, numerous occupations, and her love of animals. Often giving a nod to an artistic family member (Band member… Continue reading

Author Carolyn M. Bowen

Carolyn M. Bowen is a mystery author who calls on her life escapades and an adventurous, imaginative spirit to inspire and entertain. Bowen uses travel as a muse to explore cultures and dialogue to bring her stories to life. Her writing credits include Cross-Ties (a romantic adventure); The Long Road… Continue reading

Author J. L. Greger

J. L. Greger is a scientist turned novelist. She includes science and her travel experiences in her award-winning novels: The Flu is Coming, Murder: A Way to Lose Weight, Malignancy, and others. J.L. Greger is a biology professor and research administrator from the University of Wisconsin-Madison turned novelist. She… Continue reading

Author Judy Kiel McKain

Author Judy Kiel McKain is a native Hoosier. She grew up west of Seymour and graduated from Cortland High School. She married, raised three daughters, and was widowed in 1996. In 2002 she remarried and enjoys a combined family of five daughters and thirteen grandchildren. She and her husband enjoy… Continue reading

Author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is a Mom’s Choice award-winning children’s author. She has written seven award-winning books; “My Life at Sweetbrier, “Charlie the Horse,” “Charlene the Star,” “Charlene the Star and Hattie’s Heroes,” “Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog, Tails of Sweetbrier, and “A Tractor Named Wilbur.” Deanie’s first book, “Tails of… Continue reading

Author Marsha Casper Cook

Chicago author Marsha Casper Cook has more than 20 years of experience in the writing industry. She writes stories about family relationships and multi- generational characters that remind her readers how much family matters. She uses her love of family to bring her characters to life. Her books are translated… Continue reading

Author Don Edward Cook

I decided to become a writer late in life. My faith in God and my love for both freedom and science fiction has resulted in my novel “Ithyanna, Last Daughter of Atlantis, Book I: How the World Ended Millennia Ago”, which is based on my Fanshawe College AFM capstone short… Continue reading

The Reluctant Author by Lynne Podrat

I hadn’t gone looking to write a book. And although I love to write, especially poetry, and editorial responses of educational articles, writing can be arduous and was never cathartic for me. I would rather take pictures. My dream was to be a veterinarian, to heal, support positive training, and… Continue reading

Author Chris Karlsen

Chris Karlsen is a retired police detective. She spent twenty-five years in law enforcement with two different agencies. The daughter of a history professor and voracious reader, she grew up with a love of history and books. An internationally published author, Chris has traveled extensively throughout Europe, the Near East,… Continue reading

Author David Frosdick

While working in a local warehouse, Author David Frosdick found himself maneuvering a pallet labeled Made in Vietnam and the words he had heard so many times as a child growing up in England, ‘if only it could talk’, popped into his head. Pete Pallet was born as a loveable… Continue reading

Author Paul Sturm

Humorous Author and Speaker Paul Sturm actually started writing poems as a teenager, attempting to impress young ladies, though to no avail except for a smile or two.  Many years later, the author was working in a high-pressure career prompting him to escape by reading and writing for the fun… Continue reading

Author James Glass

James Glass achieved the rank of Command Master Chief before retiring after 22 years in the United States Navy. After retiring from the Navy, he exchanged his rifle for a pen. He and his family moved back to Florida. James is also the President of the Panhandle Writers Group. Author’s… Continue reading

Author Iona Morrison

I am a multi-published Amazon bestselling author who writes romantic suspense with a touch of the paranormal. I enjoy writing fiction. The character development, their stories, and the twists and turns in the plot intrigue me. Once I let the characters loose, I can’t wait to see where they take… Continue reading

Girl With Pencil, Drawing by Linda Maria Frank

This week we are featuring Girl with Pencil, Drawing. If you love the glitz and glamour of the NYC art scene, the beauty of NYC in the snow, a mystery set in historic Brooklyn and good forensic science, this book is for you. Check out this trailer of Annie Tillery… Continue reading