Great Response in Waterloo for Alicia Hendley

This past Saturday, January 29 Alicia Hendley appeared at Chapters in Waterloo, Ontario, to sign copies of her debut novel, A Subtle Thing. The response from customers and fans was fabulous, with people crowded around Alicia throughout the afternoon. A Subtle Thing is now stocked in the New and Hot Section of the store. Next month, Saturday, February 26, Alicia appears at Chapters in Ancaster, Ontario. If you’re on Facebook, an event is posted there…

Review of A Subtle Thing, by Judith Miller

Last week Dr. Judith Miller, associate professor of English language and literature at Renison University College  posted a review to her entire mailing list regarding Alicia Hendley’s novel, A Subtle Thing. With Dr. Miller’s permission, we reprint that review here. Alicia Hendley’s novel, A Subtle Thing, is a wonderful thing. Well-written, compelling, a good read. What more could a person ask for? In addition, reading this novel is a learning experience. We spend time in…

Alica Hendley Interviewed at Chazz Writes

Writer and editor, Robert Chute, recently interviewed Alicia Hendley, author of A Subtle Thing. We reprint that interview here with Robert’s permission. Alicia Hendley’s book A Subtle Thing tells the story of Beth, a young woman who attempts to navigate through life while experiencing recurrent clinical depression. Throughout the novel, Beth copes with life’s difficulties. Beth’s trials may resonate with many readers, especially those related to education, career, parenthood, and relationships. Alicia Hendley, author of…

Al Capone Reviewed at Mind Fog Reviews

Mind Fog Reviews, a subsidiary of Author Meeting Place, recently reviewed Nate Hendley’s Al Capone: Chicago’s King of Crime. In Al Capone: Chicago’s King Of Crime we follow one of the most famous mobsters, Al Capone, from his humble beginnings to the mobster that he became. I, of course, had heard of Al Capone as a child but never knew what drove him to become the man he was. I think that those that enjoy…

Lorina Stephens appears at Chazz Writes

As part of Robert Chute’s author profile series at Chazz Writes, he interviewed Lorina Stephens. That interview is reprinted here with Robert’s permission. ABOUT LORINA STEPHENS In 1980 Lorina Stephens picked up the pen professionally and never looked back. She has worked as editor, freelance journalist for national and regional print media, is author of six books both fiction and non-fiction. She has been a festival organizer, publicist, lectures on many topics from historical textiles…