Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Blooming Good Holiday Poetry Book

Blooming Red  by Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball  Looking for a holiday stocking stuffer? Want something to read aloud at holiday dinners, something the whole family can enjoy? Then treat yourself to is delightful collection by poetic collaborators Carolyn Howard-Johnson … Continue reading

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Interview with Floriana Hall, author of “Francis, Not the Saint”

Tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Pittsburgh on October 2,1927 and grew up during The Great Depression and World War 11. We did not have much food to eat because our dad left us for jobs … Continue reading

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Night Wolf Publications releases A Yuletide Wish

The publishers at Night Wolf Publications are thrilled to announce we have released A Yuletide Wish, Poems and Stories for the Extended Holiday Season. It is available in paperback from Amazon.com, http://tinyurl.com/NWPYuletide In a couple of weeks, it will be … Continue reading

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Interview with author and editor Linda Barnett-Johnson

Folks, Linda has a very special place in my heart because she was the one who got me started writing fiction. Now I’ve had one book accepted for publication (will be out in early 2013) and am about to send … Continue reading

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Great Books Week: Day 3: What childhood book captured your imagination? Day 4: What book or books do you read over and over?

Well, I’m way behind on this year’s Great Books Week — it’s already day 4 and I haven’t posted anything, so here is a combined day3, day 4 post: What childhood books captured your imagination, and what book or books … Continue reading

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Meet Robert Medak

Meet Robert Medak Robert Medak is a freelance writer, editor, book reviewer, aspiring marketer, and aspiring author. He spent 37 years in Telecommunications, and upon retiring he decided to follow his dream of being a writer.Robert was born in San … Continue reading

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