Interview with BookHiver Tallie Gabriel’s literary agent Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong

By BookHive Admin on Thursday, March 9th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Novels, Writing. No Comments

My literary agent Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong Literary Agency graciously answered the following questions for BookHive. She’s full of expert advice for authors seeking representation, killer book recs, and she’s an overall stellar person to know! Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong Literary Agency TG: What was your path to becoming a literary agent? AJ: My path […]


BookHive Author Christine Whitehead Signs with Brower Literary

By Kim Batchelor on Friday, March 3rd, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Novels, Writing. No Comments

Good news! Christine Whitehead, who had previously tested her book on BookHive, has signed with Brower Literary. Christine is a native of New England, who practices law and is a lover of horses. Her upcoming book, Hemingway’s Daughter, is a historical fiction novel about the life of author Ernest Hemingway and his fictional daughter. In […]


BookHive Author of the Month: Ava Carmel

By Jennifer Bowen on Monday, November 21st, 2016 in BookHive Corp, Self-Publishing, Writing. No Comments

This month, BookHive is thrilled to present author of the month Ava Carmel, who tested her book Severe Silence with BookHive and is now publishing it via CreateSpace on Amazon. We could not be more thrilled for her! Below is an interview that BookHive Queen Bee Jennifer Bowen conducted with Ava. Ava Carmel – Author: […]


Brooke Hocker: From TEDx, Blogging, and finally, a Book

By Jennifer Bowen on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 in BookHive Corp. No Comments

I met Brooke Hocker at the New York Writers Workshop and I was excited to test her book with our beta readers that came out of her TEDx talk and blogging for a year. She is a go getter and someone I expect to be publishing soon! Below is my interview with her about her […]


Day 25 of the 100 Day Writing Challenge

By Jennifer Bowen on Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 in BookHive Corp. No Comments

Dusty must filtered with green. …lapping for warm air, gliding over the crushed figure of a discarded surgical glove. The draft as he spoke, scalded and cheap. Just some of the lines I’m working with as I continue to work my way through 100 days. My goal when I started, or more accurately when we […]