Miller Time & A Top Pick!

April 11, 2016

Review of My Life as a Sperm by William Darrah Whitaker

by Lynne Hinkey       Selected as a Top Pick!       selected

Hollywood agent Buddy Price is the last person you’d want to depend on to be a selfless hero, but after he dies in a car crash, he puts his agent-negotiating skills to use and convinces God to give him a second chance. All he has to do in return is save the world.


Interview With William Darrah Whitaker

by Lynne Hinkey      

>Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Darrah Whitaker, author of the fast-paced, fun and thought-provoking novel, My Life as a Sperm. Darrah’s background in screenwriting really comes through in his work, with dialogue and action that jumps off the page and begs to be heard and seen on the big screen.



The Dark Side of Publishing: Bullies

by Renee Miller      

In adulthood, bullying simply becomes more refined, and we have to deal with it in different ways, because you can’t get your mama to tell his mama what a dick her kid is being. You may live by the old advice to ignore a bully and they’ll go away. You’re a grownup now.




Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

Over the last month, our top submissions were put to a vote. This one came out on top.


The Last Second Chance

Votes: 31

Ed Earl Burch is an ex-Dallas homicide detective tormented by memories of a dead partner and a killer snuffed before Burch could track him down. He’s a burnout, living drink by drink. Then Carla Sue Cantrell points a Colt 1911 at him and says the killer is still alive.



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