Life of a Writer: Midnight Inspiration

I think a lot of writers suffer from midnight inspiration, for better or worse. I’m almost done with the first act of my new manuscript (about a group of Millennials grappling with life’s choices and social justice issues), and am happy to report I've found a way to work with these sometimes unwelcome thoughts. Typically, … Continue reading Life of a Writer: Midnight Inspiration

How to Register for the 7/28 Virtual Reading

To register for my July 28th reading, click here. I'll be reading from my novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades and possibly reading a bit from my work-in-progress! (To learn more about the novel, click here.) The first 10 people to register will win a free, signed copy of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades. The virtual reading … Continue reading How to Register for the 7/28 Virtual Reading

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 3

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In honor of it being Day 3 of the Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour, we have three postings to share with you today. (Just kidding. It wasn't planned that way. It just turned out that Review Tales by Jeyran Main split her post into two pieces: my guest post about why I wrote HAHG … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 3

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 2

Day 2 of the Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour takes us to Review Tales by Jeyran Main in Canada, which published an article by yours truly about why I delved into the sticky world of #MeToo with this novel; and to Book Briefs here in the U.S., which published an author interview and is … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 2

HAHG on Cheryl Holloway’s Book Blog

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If you read this blog regularly, or even occasionally, you know that I've done quite a few interviews about my new novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, and about my career as an author. I love doing these interviews, as I'm passionate about the message in HAHG. But I of course often find myself answering similar … Continue reading HAHG on Cheryl Holloway’s Book Blog