The 2016 Georgia Author of the Year Awards was held this past Saturday,
Boy, oh boy, do I feel like the slacker. Just reading Jessica’s bio makes me want to go back to school.
Well, maybe not back to school, but, I’d be willing to learn how to make a quahog sandwich.
The GAYA – A History of Excellence
The Georgia Writers Association recognizes Georgia’s authors of excellence by presenting the Georgia Author of the Year Awards (GAYA) Ceremony. The GAYA ceremony has the distinction of being the oldest literary awards ceremony in the Southeastern United States while reflecting the current publishing world.
It seems like just yesterday I was trying to figure out what to say— oh right, that was yesterday. I was just sitting at my desk waiting for the muse to arrive and I found myself typing a bunch of nonsense…
Three months of the year have flown by. Holy cow. That’s crazy. What have you been doing?
Over here at the blog, we’ve been trying to keep up with the world., while avoiding the world. You know how that can be.
I’m pleased to welcome a fellow Kindle Press Author and kindle Scout Winner, plus a fellow member of Sisters in Crime to the page on this Wednesday for THE AUTHOR GAME. Grab a cup of coffee and take a seat as we pose the questions to Nancy Raven Smith ( who,
It’s March! And it’s Wednesday. This means we’re playing games over at the blog. It doesn’t mean I never play games on other days, say, like Mondays or Fridays and sometimes Tuesdays in the late afternoon, but rarely on a…
Happy Wednesday! It’s time to meet another author and see what makes her tick.
Rachelle Paige lives in the Midwest, spending her days taking care of her family and her nights plotting her next story. Setting her books in some of her favorite locales provides the perfect excuse for plenty of research trips.