Author Interview – Craig Steffen

What inspired you to write this book?   After the death of my adoptive father in 2011, a virtual switch got thrown inside my DNA that demanded to know who I was and where I came from. I began the search and kept uncovering event […] Read more »



A Family Apart: Sleuthing the Mysteries of Abandonment, Adoption and DNA – A Memoir

Craig A. Steffen’s compelling Memoir, “A Family Apart: Sleuthing the Mysteries of Abandonment, Adoption and DNA” is a three-part journey of discovery. In the first part of the book, the author seeks to discover the nuances of his own identity. In the second part, the […] Read more »







Author Interview – Sherman Turner

What inspired you to write this book?   Kenyan students help future author to learn “Barack Obama legend” in Kenyan rehabilitation school in years 2002 – 2004. Their success efforts helps Turner regain his lost memories.   Now the future author is inspired to set […] Read more »



Minorities Deceived

Minorities Deceived: The Sherman Turner Story, Part I describes the partnership between a minority contractor named Sherman Turner and a larger “Wall Street Money Contractor” John W. Danforth Co. Inc. in the government’s Small Business Administration’s SBA 8/a Section Program a partnership formed for the […] Read more »



Written Across the Genres

Written Across the Genres features a collection of short stories, essays, novel excerpts, and poems classified under genres such as mainstream fiction, science fiction, romance, historic fiction, western, fantasy, women’s fiction, young adult, spy thriller, crime fiction, memoir, and collaborative stories.   Read More … […] Read more »