Hello Readers! WELL READ Magazine – the place to find your new favorite author!

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Hello Readers! Welcome to WELL READ MAGAZINE, THE magazine for readers, writers, and booklovers everywhere.

This month’s issue is filled with more great books to add to your reading list and new authors to follow. In part two of a four-part series, Dawn Major of Team Gay Explores Supernaturalism in Southern Author and Artist, William Gay. You’ll also find Making Connections with Kim Taylor Blakemore’s Novelitics, a great Interview with Luanne Smith by Kate Gale, something too good not to share thanks to James Wade, a SCAVENGER HUNT, a very special pet “interview” with Hazel D. Dog by Kelly L. Hitchcock, wit and wisdom from River Jordan, and more! Wherever you are I hope you’re healthy, happy, and enjoying a good book!



Welcome Readers, Writers,

and Booklovers of all genres!

My name is Mandy Haynes, and I am the creator, designer, editor, and publisher of WELL READ MAGAZINE. I’m an Indie published author, a freelance writer for the Amelia Islander Magazine, Amelia Weddings, and owner of three dogs write press, llc.

I came up with the idea for this magazine as a fun and affordable way to support, promote, celebrate each other, and share our stories.

I do it all myself, and you can’t believe how much fun I have putting the pages together – or what I’ve learned about each incredibly talented author. Every issue is packed with great books to add to your to be read list, interesting articles, and a few surprises.

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Hello Readers! Welcome to READING NATION MAGAZINE, THE magazine for readers and book lovers everywhere. This month’s issue is filled with more great books to add to your TBR list, new authors to follow, an essay from Suzanne Kamata, fun facts with Marilyn Rothstein, Off The Page with River Jordan, book trailers, pet interviews, and so much more. Enjoy!
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13 thoughts on “Hello Readers! WELL READ Magazine – the place to find your new favorite author!

  1. T. K. Thorne – Alabama – T.K. is a retired police captain who writes books, which, like her blog, roam wherever her interest and imagination take her.
    T.K. Thorne says:

    Looks great, Mandy!

    1. Mandy Haynes – East Nashville – My name is Mandy Haynes, and I’m originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Currently living life on an island off the east coast with my three rescued terriers – Moe, Curly, and Pearl - and Albert, my turtle. I am the author of two short story collections - Walking the Wrong Way Home and Sharp as a Serpent's Tooth Eva and Other Stories - and the editor of the anthology, Work In Progress. I write literary fiction with a southern drawl. I’m a professional eavesdropper, bonafide runaway, and textile artist.
      Mandy Haynes says:

      Thanks T.K!

    1. Mandy Haynes – East Nashville – My name is Mandy Haynes, and I’m originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Currently living life on an island off the east coast with my three rescued terriers – Moe, Curly, and Pearl - and Albert, my turtle. I am the author of two short story collections - Walking the Wrong Way Home and Sharp as a Serpent's Tooth Eva and Other Stories - and the editor of the anthology, Work In Progress. I write literary fiction with a southern drawl. I’m a professional eavesdropper, bonafide runaway, and textile artist.
      Mandy Haynes says:

      Thanks Johnnie!

  2. Eileen Harrison Sanchez – South Plainfiled, NJ – Eileen Harrison Sanchez is now retired after a forty-year career in education. She started as a teacher and ended as a district administrator. She has been writing part time for seven years with a writers group in Summit, NJ (www.writerscircleworkshops.com). Eileen is a member of the Historical Writers of America, Historical Novel Society, Philadelphia Stories Writers Community, Goodreads American Historical Novels Group, and several online writers’ groups on LinkedIn and Facebook. A reader, a writer, and a perennial—a person with a no-age mindset—she considers family and friends to be the most important parts of her life, followed by traveling and bird watching from her gazebo. Learn more at www.eileensanchez.com and connect with Eileen on Facebook @eileensanchezwriter, Twitter @EileenHSanchez, and Instagram @eileensanchezwriter. Freedom Lessons: A Novel is available wherever books are sold.
    Eileen Harrison Sanchez says:

    Amazing! Great job!

    1. Mandy Haynes – East Nashville – My name is Mandy Haynes, and I’m originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Currently living life on an island off the east coast with my three rescued terriers – Moe, Curly, and Pearl - and Albert, my turtle. I am the author of two short story collections - Walking the Wrong Way Home and Sharp as a Serpent's Tooth Eva and Other Stories - and the editor of the anthology, Work In Progress. I write literary fiction with a southern drawl. I’m a professional eavesdropper, bonafide runaway, and textile artist.
      Mandy Haynes says:

      Thanks Eileen!

    1. Mandy Haynes – East Nashville – My name is Mandy Haynes, and I’m originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Currently living life on an island off the east coast with my three rescued terriers – Moe, Curly, and Pearl - and Albert, my turtle. I am the author of two short story collections - Walking the Wrong Way Home and Sharp as a Serpent's Tooth Eva and Other Stories - and the editor of the anthology, Work In Progress. I write literary fiction with a southern drawl. I’m a professional eavesdropper, bonafide runaway, and textile artist.
      Mandy Haynes says:

      Thanks! I’m having fun learning about all of these authors and bookclub members. I can’t believe all the stories behind the stories 🙂🙂🍀

    1. Mandy Haynes – East Nashville – My name is Mandy Haynes, and I’m originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Currently living life on an island off the east coast with my three rescued terriers – Moe, Curly, and Pearl - and Albert, my turtle. I am the author of two short story collections - Walking the Wrong Way Home and Sharp as a Serpent's Tooth Eva and Other Stories - and the editor of the anthology, Work In Progress. I write literary fiction with a southern drawl. I’m a professional eavesdropper, bonafide runaway, and textile artist.
      Mandy Haynes says:

      Thank you! I’m glad you’re enjoying it. I’m already looking forward to publishing September’s issue!

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