What is your favorite coffee shop beverage? I don’t really have a go-to coffee shop beverage. It varies so much with my moods, seasons, etc. I can say that as a Chilean, I come from a tea-drinking culture, so I tend to gravitate toward teas. That’s what you’ll find me
Press Release July 13, 2022 – Rock Hill, SC Award-Winning Author L. Marie Wood continues to smash barriers with her ground-breaking leap into the non-fiction world. Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC is pleased to announce the release of a new project from L. Marie Wood, About Horror: The Study and Craft.
May 16th, 2022 — Rock Hill, SC Mocha Memoirs Press is proud to announce two of our authors won prestigious awards over the weekend. Sumiko Saulson was awarded The Richard Laymon President’s Award for Service by the Horror Writers Association. “The Richard Laymon President’s Award for Service was instituted in
One of the things that isn’t really talked about enough is the fact that when people walk into a bookstore or a library, they tend to gravitate towards books with people who look like them on the cover. This isn’t necessarily wrong or bad, but it is a concept called
We’re now halfway through Black Speculative Fiction Month, and by now you’ve heard a few titles, seen a few write-ups, and maybe even watched a few movies or TV shows; but unless you already knew about Black Speculative Fiction, you may be scratching your head over why its important or
“Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and good with ketchup.” Always a good nugget of advice to follow. I’m not sure when my first experience with dragons happened, but I imagine it was somewhere in my pre-teen years, when I was reading Tolkien’s The
Okay, so you’re a reader. You have piles of books on your ‘to be read shelves’, you’re subscribed to your favorite authors’ newsletters and blogs, maybe you’ve even met a few of them outside of the computer or the pages of their books. Now you’re thinking about writing a review