A horror writer used his fiancée’s night terrors as the inspiration for his new novel. He didn’t anticipate that it would go viral.
Longlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize, "The Booker of Asia,” this beautifully written story follows the lives of two people separated by six centuries, but are linked by a common curse.
Having written eight books (with two more coming soon), Petaluma author Crissi Langwell lives what she labels “a hectic but rewarding life.
Recently, Santa Rosa was named the microbrew capital of the US, and Sonoma County received a perfect score on the American Lung Association’s latest air quality report card for California. Upon learning about these reports, local resident Max Wilmarth felt inspired to put pen to paper, and he sent us a poem about the recent rankings.
If you’re looking for inspiration for your next novel, and believe you’ll think better with a spectacular view, then you won’t want to miss this year’s Mendocino Coast Writers’ Conference.
Earlier this week, a Montana library received quite the surprise when one of their lendable books, “Bid Time Return,” by Richard Matheson, was returned after 35 years.
Unplug this weekend with one of these highly recommended books.
This book offers simple practices that can resolve, solve, clarify, heal, purify, fend off confusion, dispel error and light the way.
I'm sure we've all started a list, whether mental or written down, of things we'd like to accomplish before our time is up. But do you have a plan for actually doing any of the things on your list? Annette White, a Petaluma author and the owner of Petaluma restaurant, [...]