Q&A with Writer’s Digest Mark of Qualit...

We recently announced that Cliff of the Ruin, by Bonnie McKernan, was the fifth winner of the prestigious Writer’s Digest Mark of Quality. The book has received effusive praise, including Midwest Book Review which “very much recommended” the title. The Past in Review cautions readers of sleeplessness, stating “leave it in the hands of an accomplished writer and you are about to pull an all-nighter of a reading session.” Here we dig a little deeper into Bonnie’s inspiration and future writing plans. What inspired you to write Cliff of the Ruin? It started with a question: Is there a difference between wishful thinking...

Q&A with Author...

At the age of 9, Charles Ota Heller picked up a revolver and shot a Nazi. With dark memories of his childhood in German-occupied Czechoslovakia, Heller tried his best to let his past fade away once arriving safely in the United States at age 13. It wasn’t until decades later that...

Earning the Mark of Quality: James Genco’s Nonfict...

Here at Abbott Press, we’re happy to announce our fourth title to receive the prestigious Writer’s Digest’s Mark of Quality distinction. Congratulations to avid historian and author James Genco and his book “Into the Tornado of War.” About the Book “Into the Tornado of War” is a thrilling nonfiction work that chronicles the Civil War through the eyes of a group of volunteer soldiers from western Michigan who join the battle against the Confederacy in America’s most brutal and bloody war. Genco draws from hundreds of letters, diaries and memoirs to piece together the dramatic story of the Twenty-First Michigan Volunteer...

K.C. Sherwood Shares...

K.C. Sherwood, author of Midnight at Moonglow’s and Writer’s Digest “Mark of Quality” winner, chronicles her experiences as a first-time novelist in a captivating video interview. Earlier this year Sherwood’s debut novel was recognized with the prestigious Writer’s Digest “Mark...