LOVE IS ALWAYS IN SEASON FOR AUTHOR CATHERINE MCGREEVY

Gorilla Girl caught up with popular author Catherine McGreevy in this romantic month of June, when many brides are hoping to live happily ever after with “the one.” Love, though, is always in season, particularly inside the covers of Catherine’s five historical suspense novels. Gorilla Girl: What attracted you to Continue Reading

Fantasy Fiction author to speak at UOP California Writers Club

Saturday, January 13, 2018– Keith English, The Ruination Gods fantasy fiction series author, will speak at 12:30 in Stockton, California. Keith lives in Stockton and says he enjoys a nice cigar on rare occasions but cannot exist long without good beer. He absolutely loves metal and rock, In Flames and Continue Reading

For your summer road trip pleasure… drive across Ireland with Hillary

Audioproducer Cynthia Hemminger brings to life the Irish accents so central to suspense in House of Eire: Hillary Broome book 3. The audiobook is scheduled for release around June 10 via Audible.com and other outlets. Hemminger has more than 15 audiobooks to her credit, including 10 mysteries and thrillers. As Continue Reading

Five stars for “Mystery, history and adventure” in House of Eire

Book Reviews and Wallpaper proclaims “The past and present come together in … House of Eire. In some part of us there is a yearning to discover where we come from and who we are. Hilary Broome is no exception [and although she] seems like the average human that lives Continue Reading

Fun & emotion inside House of Eire

Readers’ Muse says “the third Hillary Broome novel … like the books before it, was filled with great writing, tight plots and splendid story weaving… The language and descriptions are so realistic they made me visit Ireland in my mind and it was, in equal parts, fun and emotional to Continue Reading

She likes Hillary Broome in the World as She Sees It…

I loved the review from Margaret Tidwell who describes herself this way “I’m a 31-year-old blogger. I write about my life and my struggles with Multiple Sclerosis. I also am a huge book worm and because of that I review tons of books so other people can get ideas of Continue Reading

Working Mommy finds House of Eire “a thrilling adventure”

At Working Mommy Journal, it was heart-warming to see how well Hillary’s travels and travails were understood, as did “Working Mommy,” who also felt the anguish of the Irish people in the pages of the book. I just had to share some of her review and hope you go to Continue Reading

What’s it like to take creative writing from June Gillam?

Guest Blog by a student in Delta College’s English 49B, Creative Writing Fiction, Fall 2015. In June Gillam’s class I learned tools I am certain will help me in the future. Her method of teaching involves a lot of group work and constructive criticism from one’s writing peers. In this Continue Reading

How might writers approach plotlines?

Plotlines are the skeletons, the structures, the blueprints for stories. The terms “plotlines, plots, and storylines” are often used interchangeably. There are supposedly only a few basic plotlines, upon which writers create an endless collection of variations by coming up with uniquely detailed characters, settings, conflicts and outcomes. An interesting Continue Reading