Jayne Martin

“Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim.” —Nora Ephron

Review at Redheaded Book Lover

Review at Redheaded Book Lover

I’m grateful to Aimee Ann for the high praise she gives to The Daddy Chronicles over at Redheaded Book Lover. She begins her review: The Daddy Chronicles is an important, touching, and memorable book that explores being fatherless in a personal and moving way....
Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

Let church bells ring out across the land of the free as Again. Again. Again. We lower our bullet-torn children into the blood-soaked ground of a nation held hostage by the gods of Glock, and Smith and Wesson. By a government on its knees before the crotch of the NRA....
When Stars Align…

When Stars Align…

So I dreamed that I went to AWP Philly for the launch of my new memoir, “The Daddy Chronicles-Memoir of a Fatherless Daughter,” and while I was there I met up with uber amazing writers Jeannine Ouellette (The Part that Burns), Athena Dixon (The Incredible Shrinking...
A New Review of Tender Cuts

A New Review of Tender Cuts

It’s nice to still be getting reviews like this on the two-year anniversary of Tender Cuts. I’m grateful to the writer Ann S. Epstein for her thoughtful consideration. She writes: An Astonishing Range of Subjects and Emotions. The collected vignettes...
Flash Fiction Mind

Flash Fiction Mind

I have a flash fiction mind – The link between writing flash and writing movies. Roz Morris and I had a lively conversation about flash fiction, screenplays, and all things writing. We talked about the link between writing movies and flash fiction: My flash...