Note: Charlene Moses’ memoir, Given to Submission, has been out for about a month, and we wanted to check in with her to see what kind of feedback she has been getting. The following is a Q&A
writing a book
With Willful Evolution: Because healing the heart takes strength available now in my Shop and on Amazon, I wanted to put some more information out there to help potential readers get a better sense of
Nick Grabbe is a former colleague of mine, from our newspaper days. Nick was the editor of the Amherst Bulletin, and I was an editor at a partner paper owned by the same publishers. Recently, I had
I have promised an excerpt from “Willful Evolution,” and today, I deliver. What follows is the book’s prologue.
Flight of Integrity doesn’t hold anything back.
It was over eight years ago that Paul Mundy of Easthampton, Massachusetts, called me to ask if I would help him create a book in memory of his late wife. He had written a series of poems about her and
I’ve known John Stifler for many years. We both wrote for the Daily Hampshire Gazette in the late 1980s. I was in John’s creative writing workshop several decades ago. We were neighbors for a time,
I spent time on a writing retreat with Judith Kelliher this weekend, and I can feel the tug of my book’s main characters today as I get my head back into my real work. I feel Roxie, Frank, and Alex
Well, I didn't get to work on my manuscript for Unleashing the Sun during my writing retreat in June with Judy Kelliher, but I did finish a client’s book. I also finalized the content for my