A Fun Conversation with Omnimystery News

We authors often complain about being asked the same 2 or 3 questions at every single interview. Not so with the clever folks at Omnimystery News. Their creative and challenging questions ranged from my favorite authors to the creation of a Tweet-ready synopsis of my latest novel, Face Value (mine came in at 138 characters) to my favorite ...

Who Tells the Story: From the Bible to Marlowe

Who will tell the story? Every author must answer that question before typing "Chapter One" at the top of that first page. Not who will write the story. That's the author's job. But who will tell it? Who will serve as the narrator? One common answer is known as Third Person Omniscient. That's where the teller of the ...

“All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.”

Ah, yes, Norma Desmond's famous line from the 1950 film Sunset Boulevard. And suddenly, compliments of another one of Marshal Zeringue's cool blogs, My Book, The Movie, Rachel Gold may be ready for her close-up. Marshal seeks out authors of new novels and asks them to cast the movie version. So when he got word that Face ...

What I’m Reading Now

By Monday, June 2, 2014 0 No tags Permalink 0

Marshal Zeringue runs a truly cool website for readers and writers entitled "Campaign for the American Reader" and found here. As Marshal explains: "The goal of this blog is to inspire more people to spend more time reading books. I'll try to do that by shining a little light on books that I like and think ...