Fear of Flying-Melody Lee

Fear of Flying I flew to Philly to meet his parents, to be with him, to see the city and watch him smile. I met him in the airport wearing my new dress and black knee high boots. It was my winter break… and it was seriously winter in Philly. Snow every day. Floridians aren’t accustomed toContinue reading “Fear of Flying-Melody Lee”

My Publishing Story-Sarah Doughty

  My origin story is much like anyone else’s, I suppose. I turned to writing because it helps me feel better. It’s what I’ve always done. When it came to a point in my life that I desperately needed something to help me deal with traumatic memories of my childhood, I turned to writing. NotContinue reading “My Publishing Story-Sarah Doughty”

My Publishing Story-Nicholas Gagnier

I wrote my first novel in 2008, at 23 years old. It was called Harbour City Story and, despite being light years short of publication worthy, it would lay the groundwork for the years to come. After the death of my friend Michelle in that same year, it would take 3 years to write whatContinue reading “My Publishing Story-Nicholas Gagnier”

Candice Daquin reviews Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena

For you Rowena – Kindra M. Austin Review by Candice Louisa Daquin I’ll begin by saying, it’s not easy to write a review of a book that you don’t want anyone to know the twists and turns of, because then what do you write about? With this novel I feel almost possessive, usually when youContinue reading “Candice Daquin reviews Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena”

My Publishing Story: Ashley Jane

I first started thinking about publishing my poetry around a year ago. There had been people asking if I would for awhile, but I always made an excuse. “I don’t have the time.” “I didn’t go to school for that.” “I’m not good enough to publish. This is just a hobby.” But, along the way,Continue reading “My Publishing Story: Ashley Jane”