2018 Releases for Authors Steve Brewer, Joyce Hertzoff, and Larry Kilham

Steve Brewer, Joyce Hertzoff, and Larry Kilham are just a few examples of the prolific members of SouthWest Writers (SWW) who pound away at their keyboards to produce new work for their fans. Each of these authors represents a different genre,




2018 Releases for Authors Joseph Badal, S.S. Bazinet, and Kit Crumpton

Joseph Badal, S.S. Bazinet, and Kit Crumpton are great examples of the diverse and prolific members of SouthWest Writers (SWW) who work hard to produce new books for their fans. Each of these authors represent different genres, but all have new releases for 2018 and all have interviews posted on the SWW website.




Author Update: Jeanne Shannon

Jeanne Shannon’s poetry, memoir pieces, and short fiction have appeared in numerous small-press and university publications as well as in full-length collections. She has called herself editor, technical writer, and publisher, and now adds novelist to her resume with the release of The Sourwood Tree (Mercury Heartlink,




An Interview with Author Ronn Perea

Ronn Perea might be best known for his ventures into comedy and theater productions in the United States and abroad, but he is also a history buff and a published author. His newest book is the historical novel Elsie and Elsa (2018) which sheds light on important events that occurred in the American Southwest from 1943 to 1975.




An Interview with Author Gabrielle Dorian

Author and attorney Gabrielle Dorian marries courtroom experience with witty banter and memorable characters in her debut romantic comedy Waking Up in Vegas (2018). When she’s not writing or practicing her magic in the Land of Enchantment’s legal system,




An Interview with Author Thelma Giomi

Author Thelma Giomi is a novelist, award-winning poet, and a psychologist. She used her personal experience with chronic illness and as a caregiver, as well as her years in the medical arena, to fashion her newest release,




An Interview with Author Gail Hamlin

Gail Hamlin is a poet as well as a nonfiction author, associate publisher, and editor of over 30 reference books pertaining to Native Americans and United States history. A journey of love and faith produced her newest book,




An Interview with Author Don Morgan

Don Morgan is a versatile author of 13 published novels written in different genres under the separate names of Donald T. Morgan, Don Travis, and Mark Wildyr. As Don Travis, he’s released four mysteries through Dreamspinner Press,




An Interview Update with Corrales Writing Group

Corrales Writing Group formed in 2012 and meets twice a month in the village of Corrales, New Mexico to review members’ writing and plan projects. This closed group is currently made up of authors Chris Allen,




An Interview with Author J. L. Greger

Award-winning author J. L. Greger uses her travel experience and past life as a scientist and research administrator to add authenticity to her thriller/mystery novels. She Didn’t Know Her Place: An Academic Mystery (2017) is her newest release and the sixth book in the Science Traveler series (available at Amazon and Treasure House Books in Albuquerque). 




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