Kathleen Barber

Kathleen Barber

Kathleen’s novel grew out of her fascination with the true-crime podcast Serial which she juxtaposed with a NaNoWiMo storyline involving characters she’d been writing about since high school. The result was a hugely successful debut which sold at auction, went...
Judy Kundert

Judy Kundert

Judy Kundert, a recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who Excellence in Authorship award, loves storytelling, from folk and fairy tales to classics for elementary school children. She authors award-winning middle-grade novels designed to inspire and intrigue children. After...
Leslie Rollins

Leslie Rollins

Click below to listen to our podcast interview with Leslie Rollins (Good-Time Girl, self-published). Leslie’s definitely a pantser (“I let my character do the driving”) and had an epiphany a year ago – chasing agents and publishers wasn’t working for her. Wanting to...
Marlene Adelstein

Marlene Adelstein

Click below to listen to our podcast interview with Marlene Adelstein (Sophie Last Seen, Red Adept Publishing).  Marlene is a big believer in plotting and also works as a developmental editor, so she has lots of great tips for how beginning writers can improve their...
Jess Woods

Jess Woods

Click below to listen to our podcast interview with Jess Woods (The Process of Fraying, self-published) and how her great-grandmother’s struggles in the late 1930’s were the springboard for her first novel which follows a farm wife and mother of a large family dealing...
Kimberly Lynne

Kimberly Lynne

  Our 30th Podcast guest is Kimberly Lynne (A Pocketwatch, Spray Paint, and Morphine; Yellow Woods Press)- hear how the inspiration for her first book came from a vivid dream, the invaluable help she got along the way from several South Carolina writer’s groups,...