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The Word Museum by Jeffrey Kacirk, Barnes & Noble, New York, 2000 is a marvelous tool for writers of historical fiction. Not only does it help find the right word for the occasion, it is good for a laugh or … Continue reading
Four BVC authors offer bundles of their most popular novels. Continue reading
Speculative Journeys by Irene Radford In Speculative Journeys, Irene Radford extends her short story collections into science fiction and contemporary fantasy with fourteen tales both old and new. Why is time-travel reserved for wealthy tourists and forbidden to historians?
The Final Choice a story from the collection Fantastical Ramblings by Irene Radford Death sat at the bar wondering what he had forgotten to do. 11:02 P.M. December 31. There was something he had to do before midnight or the … Continue reading
Book View Cafe’s own Phyllis Radford (aka Irene Radford, P.R. Frost, and C.F. Bentley) is June’s top-selling author at Skywarrior Books, publisher of her collaborations with Bob Brown. Congrats, Phyl!
Editor’s note: This week’s “critter” post is a special post on music about the Irish wolfhounds in Irene Radford’s Merlin’s Descendants series. I’m not certain when I fell I love with Irish Wolfhounds. It might have been the day a … Continue reading
Several of us Book View Café “staffers” were discussing why we write. Specifically, Amy Sterling Casil wondered aloud (as it were) if we wrote because we had that certain type of experience that caused us to sit up and take note, … Continue reading
Recently, Book View Cafe’s own Phyllis Irene Radford, author of Magna Bloody Carta and Guardian of the Balance (Book View Cafe Specials this holiday season), sat down with Mike Zipster of “Fast Forward” in Arlington, MA. We are pleased to link you to Irene Radford’s … Continue reading