Interview with Kaylin McFarren, author of 'Buried Threads'

Kaylin McFarren is a California native who has enjoyed traveling around the world. She previously worked as director for a fine art gallery, where she helped foster the careers of various artists before feeling the urge to satisfy her won creative impulses....more

Talking Books with Jo Kessel, author of 'Weak at the Knees'

Jo Kessel is a journalist in the UK, working for the BBC and reporting and presenting for ITV on holiday, consumer and current affairs programs. She writes for several national newspapers including the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, the Guardian and the Express and was the anonymous author of the Independent’s hit column: Diary of a Primary School Mum....more

Interview with Author Janet McNulty (author of the Dystopia Series)

This post is part of the Enchanted Book Promotions tour for Liberty’s Torch (released November 11, 2013). Read my review of Liberty’s Torch here. ...more

INTERVIEW: Sarah Jio Talks About Her New Novel, The Bungalow

If I had to pick a favorite book from 2011, it would be The Violets of March by Sarah Jio. So when I saw that she released her second novel, The Bungalow right after Christmas, it was the first book I downloaded on my Kindle Fire... and I blew right through it. It was a mixture of romance, mystery, war and history all tied together with phenomenal writing; I just couldn’t put it down. So imagine how tickled I was when Sarah agreed to an interview for our BlogHer readers!...more
I cannot wait to read it! I just finished Violets of March yesterday and was so sad that it was ...more

‘Real’ Housewife Jill Zarin On New Book, New Drama

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The Cats in My Life

Two weeks ago, Clea Simon told us about her fictional cats in The Cats in the Pages.  Today, she shares some of th...more

How Book Reviews & Author Interviews Have Helped My Writing

As I was writing a book review the other day, I started thinking about how book reviews and author interviews have helped me so much in my quest to be a writer. From the beginning of WordVessel, I knew I wanted to interview authors, so I could pick their brains and learn from them. I really kind of fell into the book review end of things, but I'm not sorry. Here are the ways that book reviews and author interviews have helped me as a writer. Examples of How To Do It Right ...more