I’m Catherine Tucker, a small town, chocolate-loving, coffee-craving, God-fearing, fiction writer and blogger who lives deep in the heart of Texas. In my monthly posts, I share fresh and engaging content from my insight, as well as other published authors, which I hope will be informative and inspiring.
Mysteries have been around for ages, dating as far back as Edgar Allan Poe penning “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” in 1841. It’s recognized as the first modern detective story. And then there’s Arthur Conan Doyle who created the … Continue reading →
Guest post from award-winning author and publisher, Anita Dickason. “I do.” This is a typical response from many authors when I ask, “Who owns your book?” In the strictest sense, they are right. An author owns the copyright to the … Continue reading →
Compelling, raw, poignant, evocative, unexpected. I didn’t know what to expect when I started reading “Wild Seed.” It’s the first novel I’ve read by this esteemed author called “the grand dame of science fiction.” The story begins with the unveiling … Continue reading →
I love Christmas! I love the reason for the season, celebrating Jesus’ birth and all the excitement that goes along with it. I love the joy the season brings. There’s something special in the air! People are kinder, and it … Continue reading →
During my devotion this morning, I looked out of my bedroom window as I’ve done hundreds of times before, and observed something I’d never noticed before. I’ve lived in my home for more than twenty years, and about ten years … Continue reading →
Just in time for Halloween, I’d like to introduce to you the fourth author in my Fierce Women series Fierce Woman Paranormal author Sue Latham. Sue is the author of two novels The Haunted House Symphony and The Science Professor’s Ghost. In our conversation, Sue talks about the ghosts in her stories and ghosts in real life. She shares an interesting story of paranormal activities she observed on a particular ghost hunting expedition with her Ghost Hunting Group.
Sue also talks about her experience as a writer and shares great writing advice for aspiring writers perfectly timed for National Novel Writing Month(NaNoWriMo).
Sue has traveled extensively. And in Europe, she walked in the footsteps of Beethoven, Mozart, Einstein and Van Gogh and was once blessed by the Pope.
Join me for a “spooky” yet fascinating conversation with Sue Latham!
So, you want to write the next great American novel? Well, what better time to get started than National Novel Writing Month, the month of November. In honor of National Novel Writing Month, DAWG will be hosting a three-hour NaNoWriMo … Continue reading →
Would you like to take your writing to the next level? Join the Dallas Area Writers Group (DAWG) at our 3rd annual Fall writers’ workshop, “Write to Publish: Climbing Toward Success!” Three well-published authors and one New York Literary Agent … Continue reading →
I am so excited to introduce to you Deondriea Cantrice, one of the most dynamic women I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Deondriea is a true success story! And I’m honored to include her in my Fierce Women series.
Statistics would have told you Deondriea would be a high school dropout living on welfare. That’s because Deondriea was a teen-mom. Despite having this life-changing event as a major obstacle to overcome, Deondriea persevered to become a celebrated author, motivational speaker, and youth coach.
Deondriea is also a marketing maven who has been able to not only build her brand, but she has been able to assist others in building a sustainable brand as well.
Deondriea was awarded the Distinction of Excellence Award by Stiletto Woman in Business Award (SWIBA) in 2014 and named a finalist for the SWIBA Author of the Year in 2014. She is intelligent, hardworking, and everything she does is done in excellence!
Please join me for an enthralling conversation with Deondriea!
When did you start writing creatively? What inspired you? What was your first story about? Was it a short story, a children’s picture book, or a novel? I believe every writer has an interesting story about how his/her writing journey … Continue reading →