Interview with Robert Hicks. Grand prize winner of the 2009 Nashville Book Festival
Robert Hicks’s “A Separate Country” was the grand prize winner of the 2009 Nashville Book Festival. Festival managing director Bruce Haring talks with Hicks about his career, which includes time in music publishing, artist management and, incidentally, as a major novelist…..   B

Interview with Brenda Bence, winner of the 2009 Beach Book Festival Awards.

  Are you one of the millions worldwide who are out of work? Have you grown increasingly frustrated because you can’t seem to clinch the deal at an interview? Maybe you should borrow a page from those companies that sell shampoo, corn flakes and shaving cream by developing yo
Enter the world of a trio of oddballs who wind up in the back alleys of Manhattan for a dance with death....
The Spirituality Of Success
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Vincent Roazzi was once nearly $200,000 in debt, a drug addict with a crumbling marriage and thoughts of suicide. But a stint in rehab and a knack for sales, plus a spiritual awakening, led him to examine why he was unsuccessful in his life....
Books For Brats Helps Military Kids
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Children of military personnel are often confronted with the difficulties of having a parent deployed. Former music industry publicist and military brat Michelle Ferguson-Cohen decided to ease their burden by writing a new children’s series devoted to their special issues....
Book It! The Nashville Indie Publishing SceneThursday, November 09, 2006
The home of country music has a thriving publishing subculture. Three key members of its literary community spoke at the DIY Convention in Nashville about how the indie scene is thriving.....
Taking A Byte Out Of The Media
Monday, November 20, 2006
Gayl Murphy has spent years interviewing top celebrities. And she’s spent years cringing at the boring, evasive and non-answers she’s sometimes gotten during those interviews. So she wrote a book on the interviewing process...
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Michelle Dominguez Greene has conquered many media fields – you’ve seen her on TV’s “L.A. Law” and in films; she’s released her own albums. Now, she’s tackled the literary scene in her new novel, “Chasing The Jaguar,” in which heroine Martika Galvez discovers her Mayan roots.
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