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At The Desk with Sheila Clover English

The office of Sheila English recently moved to a smaller space and redecorating has not completed, but the important things are there: computer, gadgets, nick knacks, dog beds and reference books.  The...

At the Desk with Christine Feehan

Christine Feehan's office isn’t your typical office. It’s a small room at the back of her home where you’ll find a large, comfy chair and the most beautiful view of the California...

At the Desk: James Rollins

A Look Into the Life and Office of James Rollins Walking into the office of James (call me "Jim") Rollins my first impression is warmth.  It's not just the beautiful fireplace in the...

At the Desk: Victoria Alexander

First, I have to confess, my office only looks this tidy around the holidays because we have parties and friends over. Most of the time, you can hardly see the counter tops...

At the Desk: With Marilyn Brant

I have friends whose offices are a study in well-organized shelves, neat piles and dust-free cabinets. Mine? Not so much. My bookshelves surround the room (I have one against every wall), and all...

At the Desk: With Anita Higman

These “behind the scenes” photos of my writing space are so messy and revealing that I thought instead of publicizing them they should be hidden in a drawer. These pictures not only...

At The Desk: With Mary Burton

An Insider Look at the Office of Author Mary Burton   For: Reader's Entertainment   Recently, I visited Mary Burton’s office.   The author of such romantic suspense novels as the soon to be released BEFORE SHE...

At the Desk: With Dani Harper

I love my office! I didn’t have one when I first moved to Alaska since we have a very small house.  But the first time I went away to visit the kids,...
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BOOK REVIEW: “SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS

“SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS Ashley Carter is a single mom (to Jason) and a Paleoanthropology Assistant Professor specializing in cliff-dwelling primatives. What in the world would the...

National Poetry Month, Sign Up for Knopf’s “Poem a Day”

The Academy of American Poets officially designated April as National Poetry Month beginning in 1996. This annual celebration highlights the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets...