“Truth and Other Lies” by Maggie Smith

was developed without it feeling like this novel was going to be solely focused on politics. It was almost as if there were two stories happening–the politics and how it affected Megan and her mother, and the situation with Jocelyn, who is trying to release a memoir despite the fact that someone wants to squash any more fame that Jocelyn receives. … More “Truth and Other Lies” by Maggie Smith

“The Letter” by Ed Munson

“The Letter” by Ed Munson will make you question what you think you know about history, politics, and the world. When Supreme Court Justice Bailey Stewart gets a mysterious letter in the mail, her entire world is turned upside down. The anonymous sender, simply called “Ivanhoe,” claims to have top secret documents that prove the United States government has hidden the truth behind the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King and others, as well as concealed the knowledge of alien visitations and cures for cancer. … More “The Letter” by Ed Munson

An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

Linda Gould is a career bureaucrat, now retired from the Department of Labor. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Western Maryland College and a masters degree in political science from American University in Washington, DC. Gilded Prisons is Linda’s sixth self-published novel. She previously published Secretarial Wars, The Rock Star’s Homecoming, Let’s Play Ball, Handmaidens of Rock, and Sycophants. … More An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”