Meet contemporary Gothic Horror author, Linda Watkins. She is a super-hero in her own right, rescuing dogs and organizes groups to help after disasters strike. We at Chanticleer's home office love Linda Watkins. And recently I had the chance to chat with her regarding all things writer-ly. I hope you enjoy reading this interview as much as I enjoyed conducting it.
Writing craft methods and tricks of the trade are shared by Jacquie Rogers, award winning Western fiction author, in this informative blogpost. Her books are known for being smart and sassy with a nod to Shakespearean comedies.
A very special weekend with Kathy L. Murphy, the Pulpwood QUEEN herself here in Bellingham, Wash. - the Chanticleer Reviews headquarters. The weekend will feature her exclusive workshop where she will share her secrets of success. All aspects of publicity will be covered.
Gone are the days where an author simply reads, opens the floor to Q&A, and then signs books. (Can you say YAWN FEST?) Read on to find out how to get a leg up on your book tour competition!
We are expanding our Non-Fiction Book Awards to include Instructional and Insightful works along with the Journey Non-Fiction Book Awards for Narrative Non-fiction.
Books that have reached the Short List or the Semi-Finalist rounds have been read completely. These are books that we love and that we want to give extra recognition.
It’s that time of year, the annual dilemma of what gift to get your favorite author…or the annual dilemma of how to suggest to your family and friends what author-ly gifts you really want this year. Or maybe you are looking for something special to gift yourself this […]
THANKFUL for Books and Literacy: Rounding up our Juiciest Reading Recommendations for that Post-Turkey Food Coma
Winter is upon us, and things are looking pretty bleak outside the window. Here in the northwest corner of the U.S., it’s like we invented our own Instagram filter called NorthWest Gothic. The skies are gray and low, winds bluster up out of nowhere, and blackberry bushes reach their skeletal arms closer and closer to […]