K.S. JONES: award-winning author

J.M. Northup was privileged to interview her friend K.S. Jones.
Read it HERE

Meet Sooze Williams from K.S. Jones’ award-winning novel, SHADOW OF THE HAWK.
Meet Quinn MacCann from K.S. Jones’ WIP, coming soon!

Two amazing American authors are actually sisters!
Kathleen O’Neal Gear
and K.S Jones are both acclaimed writers.
Each has award-winning novels in Historical Fiction though they write in different disciplines.  

Learn more HERE

Karen J Mossman – Author

multi-genre author, Karen writes for Electric Eclectic.

Sahara Foley had the privilege to interview our friend and colleague, Karen J Mossman.  To learn more about this amazing lady, Click HERE to read the interview!

One ChristmasOne Christmas by Karen J. Mossman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Cute Quick Holiday Read

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flash fiction, especially since I don’t usually read short stories. I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. It was a sweet tale with love, loss, and promise. I definitely recommend it for those who want a quick read with emotion.

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Kathleen O’Neal Gear

Kathleen O’Neal Gear is a New York Times Bestseller. She has successfully written in the genres of history, historical fiction, Historical Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller, and Women’s Fiction. She has over 60 books published with more than 17 million copies sold. Her work has been translated in at least 29 languages.

I have been honored to know this amazing woman. Kathy has influenced me both as a strong, intelligent woman and as an author. She is humble, kind, and giving.

I invite you to read my interviews with her and her husband, W. Micheal Gear. I know you will love them as much as I do!
My Interview With Kathleen O’Neal Gear
My Interview with W. Michael Gear
My Interview with NYT Bestsellers – The Gears

DID YOU KNOW – Jean M. Auel

Visit her website and learn more HERE

Jean M. Auel has been a respected and influential person to anthropologists, archaeologists, and writers. She is an avid reader and a meticulous researcher. Studying both in the classroom and out in the field, this brilliant lady not only earned an MBA from the University of Portland but also holds honorary degrees from Portland State University, Pacific University, University of Maine, and Mount Vernon College for Women.

As a young woman, I wrote to Ms. Auel. Each time, she was gracious enough to respond. Not only did she feed my love of reading, research, and history but she encouraged my interests in archaeology, anthropology, and prehistory. Her debut novel, Clan of the Cave Bear, left a lasting imprint on my mind while her approach-ability taught me that success cannot happen without kindness.