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Home Alone, or am I?

by on March 06, 2016

When my husband goes on a business trip and I’m usually all alone in a big and old house. It’s been around for more than a century and I suspect folks have died in it. That’s my suspicion and I ... more


Don’t Write the Obit for Newspapers Yet

by on February 25, 2016

When I began my career in journalism, it was with newspapers. First, there was the University Daily Kansan, the student newspaper at the University of Kansas, where I toiled as a reporter, then Sport ... more


New Release

by on February 20, 2016

We at Rattler Publication are excited about the release of Certosnia The Season of Tribulations. The 752 page turning is a rollercoaster ride of emotions is Book III of the Season Series. The work is ... more


A Preter What?

by on February 18, 2016

When I wrote my novel, Curse Me Not, what I didn’t count on was how I would see myself after the writing was done. The paranormal twist I use in Curse Me Not is one that speaks to auras and curs ... more


Scoop: A Classic Novel About Foreign Correspondents

by on February 13, 2016

If you have never read Evelyn Waugh’s wonderful satire of British journalism entitled “Scoop,” get thee to Amazon or to a bookstore and buy the book. You won’t be disappointed. “Scoop” ... more


The Wages of Writing: Income for Writers Dropping

by on February 08, 2016

One of the great misconceptions the public has about authors is that once you publish a book you are invariably sprinting toward that heady world of six, seven, and perhaps even eight-figure incomes. ... more


What’s Behind the Hand

by on February 07, 2016

The “Khamsa hand” motif was an apt element to feature in Curse Me Not, my novel about a woman who can see people’s auras and clean revenge curses from those auras. After all, the motif has been ... more


A Very Short History of Spies and Spying during the American Revolution

by on February 06, 2016

http://bwlauthors.blogspot.com/2016/01/a-very-short-history-of-spies-and.html As one of the world’s oldest occupations, espionage in one form or another has been around for as long as men have c ... more


Some Thoughts on the Art and Craft of Writing

by on February 06, 2016

By Ronald E. Yates I was interviewed recently about the art and craft of writing in general and writing in the historical fiction genre in particular. As a journalist for some thirty years I int ... more


The Properly Equipped War Correspondent, ca. 1905

by on February 06, 2016

February 6, 2016 by Ronald E. Yates davis2 Having just finished the second book in my Finding Billy Battles trilogy, which ends between 1905 and 1910, I find myself still deeply immersed in the li ... more



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