Tag: memoir

Sunday Book Review – Waiting in the Wings – Stevie Turner

Waiting in the Wings by Stevie Turner

  Today’s book review is on friend and author Stevie Turner’s book – Waiting in the Wings, a memoir. I’ve read a few books of Stevie’s now and I’m am quite fond of her writing style. Stevie doesn’t hold back with her thoughts and as a memoir writer myself, I couldn’t wait to sink my […]

Stevie Turner’s Review of D.G Kaye’s Memoir ‘Conflicted Hearts’. | Lit World Interviews

D.G. Kaye's books

I have been fortunate to have been on vacation for quite some time and in doing so, having more good fortune finding quite a few of my books reviewed while I’ve been away. As we all know as writers, what an honor and thrill it is to receive a wonderful review, it’s also important that […]

My Book Review of Have Bags, Will Travel | Second Wind Leisure Perspectives – Linkis.com

D.G. Kaye's books

  I stumbled across another wonderful surprise today while checking my social media. I found this most beautiful review of my book, Have Bags, Will Travel, written by Terri Schrandt of Second Wind Leisure. Not only is it a delight to have our books reviewed, but some reviewers use some beautifully creative methods to write […]

Smorgasbord Christmas Party – Guest author D. G. Kaye with Childhood Christmas Wishes and My First Biggest Tree | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Blog sharing

  I was thrilled to be invited to Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Invitation blog and share a Christmas story of my own. Sally is running a Smorgasbord of Christmas reading, music, books and authors, and various entertainment. I hope you enjoy my story and when you continue reading at Sally’s blog, have a look around and […]

D.G. Kaye’s Awesome #New Book | Leisure Lane

Blog sharing

Thank you Marianne Coyne of Leisure Lane, for posting this lovely post and linking it to my book, P.S. I Forgive You.   “You know, mothers are suppose to be loving, nurturing, and full of compassion – especially to their own children.  I had a wonderful relationship with my mother.  She was warm, generous, lovingly […]

I’ve Been Interviewed by Doris Heilmann of Savvybookwriters.com

Newsworthy notes

  Last month I was invited by Doris Heilmann @111publishing, of Savvybookwriters.com. to post an article on what is involved in writing memoir. I’m not sure if any of you are familiar with Doris’ informative blog/newsletter, but she posts a wealth of information for the Indie writer community.   Following my recent guest post, I was […]

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Book of the Week – P.S. I Forgive You – A Broken Legacy by D.G. Kaye | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Thank you gratitude

I first want to take this opportunity  to thank  so many of my readers and bloggers who have generously helped to promote my new release, P.S. I Forgive you. And today’s feature is from the Smorgasbord Invitation , where Sally Cronin has kindly added my new book to her Virtual Cafe and Bookstore.    *Note […]

D.G. Kaye, Author | TINA FRISCO – Meet the #Author

D.G. Kaye interviews

  I’ve been interviewed over at author/blogger and great sharer of everything writing, Tina Frisco’s blog. Please come over and visit us there.   Welcome, Debby!   “Hi Tina. I’m excited to be here guest appearing on your wonderful blog and mingling with some of your readers. Thank you so much for having me here […]

#ExcerptWeek – D. G. Kaye @pokecubster | The Write Stuff

Featuring author

Thanks so much to Marcia Meara, friend and author, for her humor and encouragement through these past few weeks of hurdles I’ve experienced. And for inviting me over to share an excerpt from a chapter of my newest book, P.S. I Forgive You. on her blog – The Write Stuff    “Today, I’m very happy to […]

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