A Black Magic Woman

Midway Mary Is Up To No Good  Mary’s main goal in life is to increase her fortune and at the same time cause as much trouble as she possibly can. She misrepresents herself right and left and often cries foul when a man tries to extract from her the services for which he paid.  In…

Interview With Claire Stevens

Interview Guest Claire Stevens, narrator, CounterClockwise Romance Series AUTHOR: Welcome, Claire Stevens, and thank you for being our interview guest! CS: Thank you for having me here! I’m not used to getting this much attention. I hope I’m not too boring! AUTHOR: (laughing) I doubt that! Your story is amazing and we all love reading…

Interview With Margarita Merriton – Age 13

Interview Subject: Margarita Maria Merriton, 13 years old, leading-lady-in-the-making, CounterClockwise: A Blast From The Past Love Story AUTHOR: Margarita, thank you for being with us today! It’s a pleasure to have you here! Marg: You are very welcome! AUTHOR: I hope you’re comfortable. I know that you are used to more luxurious surroundings! Marg: (smiling…

Interview With Tracy Douglas Allen

Interview Subject: Tracy Douglas Allen, a.k.a. “The Big Baritone”, strong support character, famous performer in his day, skilled gambler, and often makes women go weak in the knees….. AUTHOR: Welcome, Mr. Allen. It’s so nice that you could be here. I know how busy you are. TDA: (tipping his hat) My pleasure, ma’m. This being…

Interview With Victoria Lee Anglo

Interview Guest:  Victoria Lee Anglo, female support character.  She created a fake life for herself, and is most likely a murderess. AUTHOR: Welcome, Mrs. Anglo. We’re glad you could join us today. VLA: (Smiles and looks around the room while making a sniffling noise) Thank you. Please call me Vicky. The 21st century is so much…

Interview With Maclaren Sanford

Interview Subject: Maclaren Sanford, Butler, Merriton Manor, NYC AUTHOR: Welcome, Mr. Sanford! We’re so glad that you took the time to join us here. MS: I’m not used to be addressed as “Mr.”. Simply say “Sanford”. AUTHOR: Of course. MS: This idea of an interview is foreign to me as such. Why would anyone want to…