Carrie Ann Alford is a journalist and novelist based in Washington, D.C. Her first novel, CLICK, is published by Author House (subliminal advertising: you want to buy this book!). Her second novel, Conquering Washington, has been delayed due to real jobs and writer’s block and is slated for a release sometime before the Day of Judgement. She has dual degrees in Journalism and Old Testament & Jewish Studies from the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. (Worried about wearing clothing made from two types of linen or if that fake lobster is kosher? I’m your girl.) She has been writing reviews for HollywoodJesus since 2007, so hopefully you’ve read all her Pulitzer-worthy reviews. She reviews political non-fiction and current issues books, some fiction, CDs and whatever category that Madea book falls under. She has worked on the campaign trail as a fundraiser and finance director, as well as covering government appropriations as a reporter… she however has difficulty balancing her own checkbook…
Stories I Only Tell My Friends
From Sodapop Curtis to Billy Hicks
He’s not the threatening, unredeemable guy in the movie and he’s not the love interest without soul or backbone. He’s the perfect mix of good and bad. And that’s what we all love. Because that’s all of us – no one is perfect and no one is pure evil – we’re all just trying to do the best we can in any given situation with what we’ve got.
New YA novel bends expectations
Norman Skagway, aka “Skag,” figure skates, Denise wants to make the high school’s varsity hockey team, and Ben wants to figure skate as well as play hockey–without getting the crap beat out of him.
Understanding, protecting, and preserving it
If you’re ready to graduate from casual current issue novels and non-fiction to The Big Leagues, Demagogue is where you start.
What will the final painting look like?
Love her or hate her, Sarah Palin isn’t going away anytime soon. John McCain’s people let the genie out of the bottle–or Alaska, to be more precise.
And the Band Played On
A side of the AIDS epedemic one doesn't always hear about
Jesus gave us the mandate to heal the sick and comfort those who mourn. Those of us with faith in God should be at the forefront of AIDS research and prevention, not shouting down or judging others.