Between The Covers
SWFL Online News invites you to join us as we explore the world of authors in our own backyard. You'll be introduced to the storytellers behind the stories and discover the fascinating reasons that drive these seemingly ordinary people to create extraordinary books of fact and fiction.
Alliance for the Arts are so excited to announce the recipients of their The Arts Are Vital Grant!...Read More
We’ve been reminded over and over again in the past months of the power of the arts to bring...Read More
This week on Between the Covers, we feature local author, Clarissa Thomasson.
She has authored nine novels and five children’s books: Defending Hillsborough, Reconstructing Hillsborough, Lorinda’s Legacy, Florida Shadows, Florida Secrets, Florida Sunset, Surviving Sarasota, Over the Bridge, and Venice Dreamers; A Lost Tail, Hattie to the Rescue, Who’s a Friend? Jocko Pays a Visit, Where’s EddieRead More
This week on Between the Covers, we feature international award-winning author, David Wind.
Besides being a prolific writer, David is the current Florida Chapter President of the Mystery Writers of America. The Florida Chapter is holding its famous annual crime-writing conference next month. That is known as SleuthFest, and hundreds of authors come from all over the country to converge in Deerfield Beach and learn from experts in the Mystery and Thriller genres as well as real forensic and law enforcement professionals. We will have more about SleuthFest at the end of this article.Read More
Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance for the Arts presents the award-winning Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery by Ken Ludwig and directed by Rachael Endrizzi. Feb. 13 through 23. The production stars Rob Green, Thomas Marsh, Shelly Sanders, Jordan Wilson and Madelaine Weymouth and is sponsored by Naomi Bloom …
This week on Between the Covers, award-winning author, Kerryn Reid. I asked the native Massachussian about her writings. “Learning to Waltz is an award-winning historical novel centered on the love story between a widow left with a small child and smaller resources, and an aristocratic gentleman who has no business courting such a woman.Read More
Quick, what do you know about Leonardo da Vinci? He painted the Mona Lisa! He wrote his notes backwards! He designed super-cool bridges and flying machines! He was a genius about, um… a lot of other… things… and, um, stuff…Read More