The Appeal of Southern Novels, Past and Present
Why Are Southern Novels Borderless and Timeless? How is it Margaret Mitchell, Flannery O’Connor, Harper Lee, William Faulkner, Robert Penn Warren, Erskine Caldwell, James Dickey, Pat Conroy and the legacy of so many other great Southern authors have endured long after they left us? And, today Southern authors like Fannie Flagg, Alice Walker, Kathryn Stockett, […]
What is Hometown Novel Nights?
Authors looking to participate should follow the link above to Hometown Novel Nights Facebook page and message us or email TM Brown directly. Hometown Novel Nights is expanding in 2020 to Senoia, GA and making its program available to bookstores throughout the Greater Atlanta area. Our goal is to connect local authors with local audiences […]
The First Page Matters
How important is the book cover, first page, and first chapter of the books you choose to read?
Lightning Bugs v Fire Flies?
Lightning bugs or fireflies, which is correct? In the third upcoming installment of my inspirational Southern mystery series, little ol’ Shiloh will be hosting their annual Spring festival, but I have struggled in providing the right name for the festival. I decided to put aside naming it the Shiloh Cotton or Peanut Festival – they usually […]
ACFW Author Interview, July 2, 2018
Interview with T. M. Brown (Click the hot link above to see the full interview at the ACFW webpage) By Tiffany Amber Stockton – July 2, 2018 T. M. “Mike” Brown has recently released his second novel, Testament, the sequel to the award-winning, Sanctuary. Welcome, Mike. What message do you hope readers take away […]
The Value of Family Memories
http://www.coachbrown.org/family-inspires-shiloh-series-southern-mysteries/ Follow the link to learn the inspriation behind my Shiloh Mystery novels…