Miami Breast Cancer Experts Publication Update


Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health is almost ready for publication! It feels incredible to make that statement given all of the hard work that went into the creation of this important book. First to Cindy Papale-Hammontree and Sabrina Hernandez-Cano not only for their chapter contributions, but also their diligence in recruiting all of the medical, psychological, holistic, and legal professionals who have written informative, easy-to-understand chapters designed to help patients and caregivers navigate successfully through breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Given the multiple authors, images, and reviewers involved in the creation of this truly indispensable guide the editing, formatting, and independent publishing process was definitely a challenge and learning experience.

To Writestream’s formatter Maureen Miles Bucci, thank you for your patience and willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty. You rock!

To Kia Heavey, once again you knocked it out of the park with the perfect cover design!

To Lisa Tarves, thank you for being the best friend and business partner anyone could ask for!

Sabrina and Cindy.

Sabrina and Cindy.

Finally, to Cindy and Sabrina, we appreciate your business and wish you much success with this worthy effort — we know you’re going to help countless women and their loved ones in a multitude ways. :)

Look for a formal announcement and a link to purchase Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health in the next few weeks.


Writestream Tuesday: ‘Counteract’ and ‘Resist’ with Tracy Lawson


Can your browser history land you on a government watch list? Is trading freedom for security a wise thing to do?


Tune in to Writestream Tuesday on September 15 at 1 p.m. Eastern when the multi-talented author Tracy Lawson returns to talk about the second edition of her popular dystopia Counteract and her latest release Resist — both part of her Resistance Series.

Here’s a bit about Tracy from her website:

Tracy_Portrait_69Tracy knew she wanted to be a writer from the time she could read. She grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended Princeton High School. While in a student there, she turned her writing efforts toward journalism. She was an editor for the school newspaper, news director for the Princeton Instructional Television station, and also worked as a reporter and feature writer for the Suburban Press weekly newspaper.

She graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University in 1988, with a Bachelor of Science in Communications degree.

After working for a time in advertising and as an investigative analyst for the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, Tracy settled into a career in the performing arts, teaching dance and choreographing musicals.

Tracy has had a long-time interest in her family’s history and genealogy, and she never lost the desire to write.

To listen to the show via your computer, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday: ‘Counteract’ and ‘Resist’ with Tracy Lawson. Question or comment for the author? Call in at (347) 945-7246 and press 1 to get into the queue. Don’t miss Writestream Tuesday: ‘Counteract’ and ‘Resist’ with Tracy Lawson on Tuesday, September 15 at 1 p.m. Eastern.

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Robert Pascuzzi: “She had obviously done her homework.”


I just received this testimonial from recent guest Robert Pascuzzi in my inbox:

Daria Anne was a delight to talk to and made the interview process comfortable and easy. She had obviously done her homework and the questions were fantastic! I highly recommend interviewing with Daria Anne whenever you are given the opportunity.

If you missed the interview in question, click below to listen. Many thanks to Robert!

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Writestream Tuesday with Paul Clayton


I had a blast interviewing the personable and multi-talented author Paul Clayton today on Writestream. We talked about everything from his many novels to social media to flying to Frankfurt Germany after 9/11/01 to accept a prestigious book award.

If you missed it, click below to listen.

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Looking forward to interviewing Paul again when his next book is released!


Book Review: ‘Amy Lynn Golden Angel’


Posted today on Amazon:

In his sequel to the excellent Amy Lynn, author Jack July delivers. Picking up where Amy Lynn left off, Golden Angel portrays an older, wiser and even more mature protagonist, thanks to the hell of war. Unlike the first book, Golden Angel takes readers on a CIA adventure involving Mexican cartels and child trafficking but the author continues his tradition of presenting layered, interesting characters with rich histories and clearly defined motives. While most of the action takes place far from Amy’s hometown in Alabama — including the European continent — Jack July never sacrifices character development for nonstop intrigue. I especially enjoyed his characterization of “President North” — reminiscent of one of my favorite political leaders from the great state of Alaska.

Although beloved characters like Uncle Jack and Carla Jo appear only briefly in Golden Angel, readers will still enjoy Amy’s continued journey of personal growth, self-awareness, and commitment to the values that made the United States of America an exceptional country. Nowhere is this more evident than in the protagonist’s mental separation of “Amy Lynn” and “Elle” — her CIA-assigned alter ego who is also a trained assassin. The struggle between good and evil is clearly defined, along with the need to confront and defeat evil relentlessly.

If you love characters with backbone, courage, and a passion for justice you’ll love Amy Lynn Golden Angel.

Purchase Amy Lynn Golden Angel on Amazon in Kindle or paperback.

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