Who is Claude Bouchard?

Online Writing Radio at Blog Talk Radio with WriteSpa Oasis for Writers on BlogTalkRadio He’s many things! He’s best known for his smart, wise-cracking, fast-paced, quirky, original, and thrilling crime mysteries, the Vigilante series, but he is also an artist, a musician, a traveler, an entrepreneur, and a friend to almost half a million people Read more about Who is Claude Bouchard?[…]

Winslow in Forbes

Writers and entrepreneurs Tom Lowery and Cheryl Conner have collaborated on an article in FORBES magazine about why writers continue to write when it seems as though there might be an easier path to take. Writing is 5% talent and 95% hard work – very hard work. As Tom discovered when he interviewed a number of Read more about Winslow in Forbes[…]

WriteSpa 85 – Seeing the Future

We are sometimes told that ordinary people cannot see into the future. But is that true? Is the future really just a great grab bag of impenetrable blackness? What happens if it turns out that you’re looking into the future all the time, predicting it accurately, making it happen as you choose, arranging it as Read more about WriteSpa 85 – Seeing the Future[…]


This has been a good summer for fans of thriller author John Locke. He’s already published two novels and a third one was just released last week. But there’s also a lot happening on the international front.

The Happiness Cure is a Semi-Finalist…

in the Kindle Book Review! “Our Judges have started reading your complete manuscripts and will post the Top-5 Category Finalists on September 1st. Congratulations semifinalists!” And … so far, The Happiness Cure has ONLY “5-star” reviews on Amazon: Here’s one: “This is the first novel I’ve read by Winslow Eliot and I have to say that I Read more about The Happiness Cure is a Semi-Finalist…[…]

WriteSpa 84 – Letting in the Light

Light is like energy, and energy is what you need to pour into yourself so you can reshape your creative self in new ways. Now is an opportunity to channel your life energies from darkness into light.

Thank you, Dad

I wrote this tribute to my dad three years ago. Since then, he turned 94 years old, my mother died, he finished a book he was writing, and he has begun a new one. Time to re-post! 

“Life is a fatal adventure. It can only have one end. So why not make it as far-ranging and free as possible?” Alexander Eliot

90th birthday, with his grandchildren

When my dad was forty and I was four, he was awarded Guggenheim Fellowship, and we lived in Spain for a year. There he wrote Sight and Insight – on how to ‘see’ art (This has recently been reissued by BookPartners.) While he was there, he visited Delphi in Greece, and, along with my travel-loving mother, questioned why we should return to the hectic, stressful race of Manhattan magazine publishing when he could raise his family in Greece.


Why Choose Indie Publishing?

Listen to internet radio with WriteSpa Oasis for Writers on BlogTalkRadio On Thursday, June 13, at 6 pm ET, WriteSpa’s BlogTalkRadio show welcomes Steve Jackson, founder and partner of Telemachus Press, to the show. Steve will answer your questions about independent publishing: advantages, pitfalls to be wary of, suggestions, recommendations, and lots of specifics. Steve IS the expert on indie Read more about Why Choose Indie Publishing?[…]

WriteSpa # 83—Which Voice Do You Listen To?

Recently, I was lucky enough to have Sheilaa Hite (author of The Spiritual Hedonist and The Infinite Tarot) as a guest on my BlogTalkRadio show. I asked her how we can tell the difference between the voice that she calls “mental chatter” (warning, advising, correcting) and the voice of the spirit (or your inner guide Read more about WriteSpa # 83—Which Voice Do You Listen To?[…]

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