The words—world traveler—evoke iconic images such as the Eiffel Tower, the Great Pyramids and the Taj Mahal. Whether in fiction or reality, we find ourselves intrigued by these unbelievable locales. Having traveled the world, my stories are fueled by first-hand accounts from my travels, and my aim is for readers to explore the globe from wherever they are.
A Split in Time: How to Write Dual Timeline, Split Time, and Time-Slip Fiction provides the skills for both the seasoned writer and first-time novelist to weave two or more compelling stories together through practical tips, book analysis, interviews with bestselling novelists, exercises, and more.
A Fall of Marigolds by Susan Meissner Ellis Island & NYC - 1911 & 2011 What a moving, unforgettable story! The ties between the great tragedies of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and 2001 September 11th terrorist attacks were central to the story and...
Gifts should be used, not squandered. That’s what Lesley Manning’s grandmother would say. And Lesley didn’t want to believe it. Instead, she focused on her task at hand—washing dishes the restaurant’s breakfast crew “accidentally” left behind. Her shift at Mannie’s...