I think people read novels because they are emotionally invested in the characters or fascinated with the story.
At the end of the book, you’ll have something tangible you can be proud of.
“I felt that for the book to work, the characters had to all equally be me, somehow, but in different ways.”
In the process of doing research and conducting interviews, Stulce found it surprising how committed they were to a disciplined work ethic.
Everything he writes is suffused with wit, its style and usage depending on the subject.
"Let’s look back forty years to when I was in my twenties and attempt to recall what the hell went on there."
St. Louis author John McFarland, a long-time writer of both Gothic and literary fiction, recently published his first novel, The Black Garden. I had a chance to sit down and talk with John prior to […]
Its current incarnation, the Denim and Diamonds Tour, is itself a bit of a traveling carnival, part gallery installation, part concert, with a smattering of party and old-fashioned "happening" thrown into the mix.
The book holds a special place in PLAYBACK:stl’s heart, as Beachy was one of our contributing writers back during his stint at mom and dad’s.