Glad you’re reading this:

Gotta Write Network has seen a lot of changes. It began as a quarterly magazine, no small investment, but worth it. Then it became a website. Now it’s a blog.

GWN will continue to feature author inteviews and honest reviews. Looking for more reviewers if you’re out there. Also interested in reviewing women’s fiction, romance, cozy mysteries, mysteries and thrillers in paperback or hardcover form. I say this because this is how it’s always been. Though I love e-books, I need to get away from a computer and ipad and read a book the old-fashion way.

Also open to press releases about new novels, guest blogs (that don’t put something down) and author booksigning schedules. PR reps, authors, family members, I know you’re out there, write me.

Don’t be a stranger. Send them this way. Leave a comment and I’ll get in touch with you.

Denise Fleischer
Gotta Write Network Blog

5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thank you for your kind review of Meow if its Murder. ROCCO (the prototype for NICK) and I are always available for interviews and guest blogs! visit us at http://www.catsbooksmorecats.blogspot.com or http://www.tclotempio.com

  2. Hello Denise,

    I’d love to introduce your readership to my debut novel, Regarding Tiberius, and if you would be inclined to interview me for your blog, I’d welcome that opportunity as well. Here is a brief description:

    Set in Asia Minor, Syria, and Judaea during the time of Christ, Regarding Tiberius is the unlikely story of Helena Mithradates Kleopatra, a young woman of Persian and Ethiopian descent bent on avenging the brutal murder of every soul of her family’s small kingdom at the hands of a Roman legion.

    Having been spared execution herself by the intervention of Tiberius, a Roman centurion of noble lineage, Helena assimilates into Roman military society in order to gain access to the target of her honor-bound retribution: Cato, the man in command of the unit that sacked her beloved home city and palace. Visited by the ghosts of her fallen kin and guided by the phantom spirit of her slain mother, Helena pursues her quarry and, in Judaea, a thousand miles from her homeland, her ancient bronze kopis drinks the blood of her sworn foe at last.

    But her victory is an empty one. At the moment she takes his life, doing so is the last act Helena would ever want to commit. The man she has pursued is no monster, she is no agent of impartial, divine justice, and the very commander she will slay holds the darkest secrets of her past, her present, and her future…

    Regarding Tiberius has earned 4.7 out of 5 stars from 53 reviews on Amazon at the time of this writing, with a very positive review from the Historical Novel Society. Please contact me via FB Messenger if you would be interested in exploring Helena’s unique story?

    Thank you,


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