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  • A dull day in Leeds by Steve Kerr 3/2/2014 7:10:22 AM
    It was a dull, damp,Sunday morning .I felt very tired and slept in late.I took the busy train to leeds,its never anything else but busy on a Sunday and often as not the trains are packed to overflowing.THEY SHOULD RUN MO... more

  • A Day of reflection by Steve Kerr 3/1/2014 10:32:54 AM
    Today I went to the picturesque town of mytholmroyd in yorkshire(west)full of old grey,black brick houses from previous centuries.The grave of the poet Sylvia Plath isnot far from here.I attended a pre lenten spiritual... more

  • A Day In Ulan Bator by Steve Kerr 2/28/2014 10:30:11 AM
    The last day of February was a bright sunny day if but a bit chilly .A true sign that Tomorrow is spring.Sunny chilly days are so feel good and so full of optimism.I once was to take up a post at the university in Ulan B... more

  • Problems with Stories by Michael D LeFevre 2/28/2014 2:09:13 AM
    If you have read my latest short story, "Authorised Bullies'" then you will have seen that it is only one paragraph. That's not my fault. I did paragraph it properly but it some how went into one when I pasted it onto Author's Den. I have tried to fi... more

  • February 1990 by Steve Kerr 2/25/2014 10:52:58 PM
    It is early morning and i have just made coffee,Oh dear, no bread left!The DJ on the radio has just said that Sinead O`connors "nothing compares to you" was number one this week in1990,thats twenty four years ago,incred... more

  • A Cafe In Arcadia by Steve Kerr 2/22/2014 7:57:37 AM
    C.I.A. to initial my latest book is all about people searching finding acceptance or even facing rejection.Set around the cafes in a remote town where everything that moves causes some degree of gossip anything that dif... more

  • The living room on a cold evening by Steve Kerr 2/21/2014 11:34:58 AM
    Today was sunny but very cold here in West Yorkshire.Rain as is usual these days , never far away.I wrote another chapter of the current book I am writing "The Winding Streets Of Kolonaki"-set in Athens-it is the first ... more

  • You Decide My Next Novel by Michael D LeFevre 2/15/2014 2:45:45 AM
    Choosing a topic for my next novel, I am leaving it to you the reader... more

  • I recently read a great collection of short stories. by Gabriel Boutros 2/1/2014 12:21:03 PM
    I don't usually buy short story collections, especially by authors I never heard of, but I was very happy to discover Among the Missing. Here is my review.... more

  • In Limbo by Michael D LeFevre 1/28/2014 2:30:12 AM
    This site advises us that we should try to post something on here once a week or so. I can see the point to this, if you have people who are interested in what you say, then they want to read more and won't hang around if you don't show up and write ... more

  • My Favorite Character by Ann Streetman 1/24/2014 12:51:15 PM
    My favorite character to write (so far) was Antonio Da Costa. I enjoyed seeing him through his mother's eyes, the child of her heart and soul. Through his father's eyes, the son any man would be proud of. Through his sister's eyes, the brother who he... more

  • Artwork Saved for Raffaele and Laura by Ann Streetman 1/16/2014 10:52:02 AM
    When I was writing chapter 8 of That Man in Siena, I did not know about the Venus Fixers who saved so much artwork in Tuscany and other parts of Italy during World War II. They saved it for my characters Raffaele and Laura and for all of us. Suggeste... more

  • Kind Of A Success by Michael D LeFevre 1/7/2014 12:41:56 PM
    An account of my latest book reading.... more

  • What Should I Do? by Michael D LeFevre 12/26/2013 1:09:06 AM
    I am beginning to write my third novel. It is going to be a fact based fiction story about a US Marine who served in Lebanon in 1983. However, I worry about the conflict of historical fact with the story. ... more

  • Review Copy - That Man in Siena by Ann Streetman 12/20/2013 1:00:54 PM
    Reviews are crucial to authors and prospective readers. Authors, me included, long to hear what their readers think about their books. Did the characters ring true? Did they remind you of yourself or your friends or someone who has caused y... more

  • Waiting for Your Review by Ann Streetman 12/16/2013 11:55:10 AM
    My new novel That Man in Siena was released today in popular ebook formats by multiple ebook retailers. You can click through to several retail sites on authorsden.com or go directly to your favorite ebook retail site. I hope to see your review soon.... more

  • Sharing My Friends - The Characters by Ann Streetman 12/12/2013 10:54:41 AM
    Raffaele and Laura are not just my creations. While I was writing them, they became my friends. My relationship with them was not always tranquil. Like real friends, they challenged me, frustrated me, enlightened me, filled me with sadness, and uplif... more

  • Raffaele - A Talented Potter by Ann Streetman 12/6/2013 12:25:58 PM
    Without looking at Laura, he straddled the stool in front of the wheel and began preparing a piece of wet clay. He turned on the wheel and continued to work the clay. Then he threw it on the wheel and instantly placed both hands around the clay. Conc... more

  • She Went To Celebrate Her Birthday by Ann Streetman 11/30/2013 1:01:39 PM
    Laura Langston went to Italy to celebrate her birthday. She was not looking for a man, any kind of man, but there stood Raffaele Balducci. She looked into his lively brown eyes and put her hand in his. It was not the calloused hand of a working man. ... more

  • Raffaele Balducci Is Coming Soon by Ann Streetman 11/25/2013 1:03:38 PM
    Raffaele Balducci is a talented potter, jazz guitarist, father, and grandfather. He is still in love with his late wife who was as much a part of him as his own heart and soul. He was not looking for another love when Laura Langston, a widowed nurse ... more

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