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Wednesday Writer Spotlight – Kay LaLone

Well, another week has gone by and the sun is finally shining. Join me today in welcoming Kay LaLone, author of Ghostly Clues, published by MuseItUp Publishing.

Kay lives in Michigan with her husband and a teenage son (two older sons live nearby). She has two dogs and a cat. She loves writing about ghosts […]

Wednesday Writer Spotlight – Mary Waibel

Join me in welcoming Mary Waibel, author of Quest of the Hart, to be published by MuseItUp Publishing very soon. Her companion novel to this one, The Lost Princess should be out in a few months.

Mary lives with her husband, son, and two cats. She loves twisting fairy tales. When she’s not writing, Mary […]

Wednesday Writer Spotlight – Miki Z. Bell

Join me in welcoming a lady I met online not too long ago. Her debut, an autobiography titled A Life of Many Colors: From Israel to America has just come out and is available on Amazon.com Miki is a fascinating lady who says she’s “79 years young.” With an attitude like that how can you […]

Friday Featured Blogger – Cheryl Malandrinos

Today I’d like to welcome a long-time online friend and another fellow Muser, Cheryl Malandrinos.

Cheryl Malandrinos is a freelance writer, children’s author, and editor. Her first children’s book, Little Shepherd, was released in August 2010 by Guardian Angel Publishing. She is a member of the SCBWI, a book reviewer, and blogger.

Her blog […]

Wednesday Writer Spotlight – Heather Haven

Today on Wednesday Writer Spotlight we have with us Heather Haven, an award winning author, a fellow Muser and a good online friend. Heather has written short stories, novels, comedy acts, television treatments, ad copy, commercials, and two one-act plays. She even ghostwrote a book on running an employment agency, ironically, while she herself was […]