BEA 2017 Unites Diverse Authors, Bloggers and Fans For An Eventful Week In NYC

Book Expo America, a massive convention held once a year at the Javits Center in New York City, is the book lover’s Comic Con. The social equivalent to our beloved nooks, cozy blankets and comforting cup of tea. A place for anyone and everyone in the publishing industry to do more than simply talk shop and promote their new projects. From writers to vendors to journalists, bloggers and educators, it is an enjoyable, but overwhelming Mecca of show room displays, exhibition hall discussions, signings and literary treats.

We Meet Again, Mr Holmes: The Blog Is On.

Over the course of the New Year, I , The Gal About, plan on re-reading all of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson’s adventures while finishing my own mystery stories. Can it be done? Join me over at as we start this journey together and find out.

Jane Austen’s Blueprint For Men In Fiction And Real Life.

It is a universally known misconception that people who read romance novels must be in want of a non-existent, eligible man of good fortune to make them his wife. Or at least, that’s what the skeptics want everyone to believe. I used to hear people theorize that romance reader’s fantasies about finding the right man…

Magic In Every Medium: From stage to screen

Hey everyone. We’re celebrating March Magic this month. Please feel free to check out our previous interviews and feature stories with the talented likes of Best Selling authors Lev Grossman, Deborah Harkness and iPad Magician Simon Pierro. All month long we will be featuring information and clips from our favorite magical films and books. You can…

Women Making Waves In The Arts

We’re getting a jump start on Women In History Month by featuring some of our favorite interviews of last year with leading ladies who are making waves and trying to do work that makes a difference.

Director David Spaltro On Filmmaking

First and foremost, I consider myself a storyteller, and I wanted to make this a year of challenging myself and breaking the mold of how I worked.