Meet the Author: Lorena Hughes – The Sisters of Alameda Street

I’m happy to have met fellow 17Scribes author, Lorena Hughes, this past October in New Mexico at the Women Fiction Writer’s Association retreat. She’s the author of the fantastic historical fiction novel, The Sisters of Alameda Street.  What was your timeline from drafting to publication? Tell us about your publishing journey….

Book Review: The Atlas of Forgotten Places by Jenny D. Williams

I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review and wrote this review for BookReporter.com. Because of my connection with Uganda, I was immediately interested in THE ATLAS OF FORGOTTEN PLACES. Our family has hosted and sponsored children, helped raise money to build a medical center in…

Book Review: The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

As an author, I have stacks of books (serious stacks) and a fully loaded e-reader which make me simultaneously giddy and overwhelmed. I love selecting the next book I’ll read and opening (or swiping) to the first page. I eagerly dove into the advance copy of The Alice Network, ready…

Meet Jenni Walsh – BECOMING BONNIE

Today is #BonnieandClydeversary and we’re celebrating with Jenni Walsh, debut author of Becoming Bonnie. Jenni is one of the five 2017 Debs of The Debutante Ball and a fellow 17Scribes author. Today is the anniversary of when Bonnie and Clyde’s life on the lam came to an end. What was…