Saturday, April 3, 2021

Black History & Women History present 9

            Celebrating writing with  Write Volumes History presents


Enjoy a video peek at Black women writers’ impact past, present and future in 3 questions with writer  

Fannie Price

Hear her inspiring reflections .



(8 minutes )

Watch at https://youtu.be/2ncl3HA2H6s

or www.writevolumes.com


Author of:

  •  “Siren” in Shades of Horror & Strangeness
    • introduces Veronica Sykes prior to the Dragon Rider series debut novel After the Flesh
  • “Tonight, Tonight” in Shades of Chicago
  • Cambion Rider Chronicles  https://www.amazon.com/Fannie-Price/e/B002YSQO4M/

Check out Fannie's website for latest info and updates at www.fanniepricenovels.net



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Monday, March 29, 2021

Women History presents 7 & 8

 Write Volumes is celebrating writing

You want it?  We got more. 

More Women History month presents for you. 

 

March madness? This post is a double header


Watch this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Wanda Coleman 




(5 minutes 1 seconds)

Watch at https://youtu.be/JDmG0Y1BJ-s

or www.writevolumes.com




We are honoring this writer near the anniversary of her death (3/29/1994).

Watch this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Lynda Hull 




(5 minutes 6 seconds)

Watch at https://youtu.be/kyGQINFJ1_s

or www.writevolumes.com



If you have any authors you would like to share with us, 

please comment, DM, or email us.


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Saturday, March 13, 2021

Black History & Women History present 6

  Write Volumes is always celebrating writing.

There are just so many gems to stop now. Continuing with Black History and Women History month themes, here is another present for you.


Watch this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Helene Johnson 




(3 minutes 16 seconds)


Watch at https://youtu.be/UnshYvmVJ6M

or www.writevolumes.com


If you have any authors you would like to share with us, please comment, DM, or email us.

 

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Saturday, March 6, 2021

Black History & Women History Month present 5

  Write Volumes has been celebrating writing.

And the celebration is continuing! We are extending Black History month and combining with Women History month for more presents for you.


Watch this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Nella Larsen 





(3 minutes 37 seconds)


Watch at https://youtu.be/gn1r8zyYNwg

or www.writevolumes.com


Sunday, February 28, 2021

Black History Month present 4

 Write Volumes is celebrating writing by giving you some

Black History presents. 


Enjoy a brief video glimpse at Black writers’ impact past, present and future in 3 questions with writer  

Karen Brailsford

Hear her intriguing thoughts.




(5 minutes 6 seconds)

Watch at https://youtu.be/ADWbnrL81Sc

or www.writevolumes.com


Author of:

  •  “Shades of Love” in Shades of Horror & Strangeness
  • “Mommy, Still” & “Harriet and Me” in Shades of Transition & Transformation
  • “Floating Like Butterflies” in Shades of Chicago
  • Sacred Landscapes of the Soul: Aligning with the Divine Wherever You Are (Wyatt-MacKenzie | Sept 2020)

Check out Karen’s website for latest info and updates at www.karenbrailsford.com




Saturday, February 27, 2021

Black History Present 3

  Write Volumes is celebrating writing by giving you some

Black History presents. 

 

Take a quick video peek at Black writers’ impact past, present and future in 3 questions with writer  

 

Michael Dunbar

Hear his curious thoughts.




(6 minutes 20 seconds)

Watch at https://youtu.be/Vy1_3PpPNV4

or www.writevolumes.com


Author of:

·       “To Kill for Love” in Shades of Horror & Strangeness

·       “Adventure to Rio” in Shades of Transition & Transformation



Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Black History Present 2


 Write Volumes is celebrating writing by giving you some

Black History presents. 

 

Today is the anniversary of the death of this writer (2/24/2006).  We are honoring this author with the help of Fannie Price. 


Watch this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Octavia E. Butler



(4 minutes 9 seconds)


Watch at https://youtu.be/FbEzxQE8dK0

or www.writevolumes.com 



Friday, February 19, 2021

Black History Presents

Aside from launching our 3rd anthology Shades of Chicago

throughout Black History month Write Volumes will be celebrating writing by giving you some

 Black History presents.

 

Let’s celebrate with this video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Alice Dunbar Nelson 



Watch at https://youtu.be/rK6IVawhIsw

or www.writevolumes.com 




Thursday, February 4, 2021

NEW Available for Pre-order now

 Happy 2021!  

We have been busy on the next installment of the Shades of series.  


Click Here to Pre-order Shades of Chicago on Amazon Now

or visit 

 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08VWZRJ5Y


Moving, transporting, 

breathtaking

12 stories, 11 authors, 

12 skyscraping journeys

Paving the way to a novel Chicago view


This collection of short stories explores Chicago: the city, the myth, the borders, the legend, the infamous, the truth, the fiction. Past, present and future collide as we walk the Chicago streets wondering: Does a city have an identity, or is it only a landscape for us to project our fears and desires onto it?

How would a 13-year-old Venezuelan girl, sneaking to watch movies set in Chicago on TV at work, think about Chicago while she also tries to remain unnoticed during what feels like the start of a revolution in her home country? Or experience how a veteran of the Great War working at a Chicago steel mill in 1937 might view the city. 

Ride the bus, the el, and the Metra and discover how it can be a haven for unexpected encounters. Or perhaps you’re a tourist and you can watch how your connections to the city evolves with every visit to a Chicago friend. Have you heard of a Chicago winter or the troubles of shopping during one? Or have you ever visualized Chicago with supernaturals: dragons, werewolves, and gargoyles (oh my!)?

Does Chicago shift pre-Pandemic versus during the lockdown? How would you choose which neighborhood to rent or own a home? What does the city mean to you when you miss someone? Or how do you feel when you need to move from Chicago to follow your dreams?

Get a bicyclist’s eye view of Chicago without even leaving the couch.

The stories can be sometimes tense and unapologetic, other times intimate and sentimental, or even humorous and confessional, but they’re always moving moments with the city that works. Do people inhabit a city, or does the city inhabit us? 

 

Please be our guest and experience the varied shades of Chicago today!