Warren Adler

Warren Adler’s blogs have provided priceless knowledge and guidance for writers and readers alike. Touching on topics ranging from literature to technology to politics, Warren Adler’s blogs have been featured on Huffington Post, the Library Journal, Publishing Perspectives, and EContent Magazine.

Annie Hartnett

Feb 21, 2018: I didn’t start writing—really writing—until my final year in college, when I was in a creative writing class that I’d…

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The Watergate by Joseph Rodota: A Book Review from Warren Adler

To many, mentioning the word “Watergate” recalls a four-decade-old historical event that caused the downfall of the 37th American President, Richard Nixon. Hundreds, perhaps thousands of books have been written cataloging, commenting and analyzing this astounding hiccup in American national life. To others, especially those in the Washington area, it…

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Kate Quinn

I can't remember a time I wasn't writing. I wrote my first short story at seven (front and back of a blank piece of typing paper, straggling pencil block print) and my first book at ten (121 typed and double-spaced pages of pure awful!) I wrote as a high schooler,…

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James D. Shipman

I restarted my writing at age forty when the stark realization of my own mortality washed over me. I had published a few short stories and poems in college but children and my career grabbed the reins from me in my thirties and I wasn’t able to pursue my passion.…

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A Roman à Clef and its Aftermath

A roman à clef is a French word that loosely defines a novel as a work of fiction based on real events and characters. It is not a precise definition, especially if it is based on contemporary events since present time blends into historical time at an ever-accelerating pace and…

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Charles Todd

Charles and Caroline Todd are a mother-and-son writing team who publish under the name “Charles Todd." Writing is like an addiction--characters and settings inhabit your head, whether you are willing or not, and at some point must be put down on paper and investigated. Oddly enough this is true of both…

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