Category: News and Announcements

Love to read and give authors honest reviews? Apply to join my team! I’m building a review team for The Rock Star’s Wife series. Although I did write each book to be read either as a standalone or with the series, some reviewers in the past have said they would have liked a book better…

It’s time for me to say goodbye.  To historical fiction, that is, and make the switch to contemporary fiction.  While we all know never to say never, this makes The Unmarriable Kind my final historical fiction work.  From here forward, I will focus on my upcoming contemporary series, The Rock Star’s Wife. I’m incredibly excited…

My identity has been stolen twice – that I am aware of – to create catfish accounts on Instagram. The first time, they used a variation of my name and the same profile photo I was using at the time. I direct messaged them, calling them out on their behavior and they blocked me. The…

If you’re a frequent visitor to my blog, you may have noticed something is different.  Most of my blog posts are missing.  Don’t worry. They haven’t been deleted.  They’ve simply moved. When I started blogging, I was in the developmental stage for Angel of Mercy.  All my posts were companion pieces to the novel.  Little…

Journey of Hope Available January 11 Journey of Hope, an historical fiction novella by Melina Druga, tells the story of Claire Appleton, who lives a simple life in 1829 New Brunswick with her husband, Harold, and their infant son. The family inhabits a shack, complete with dirt floors and icicles that hang from the ceiling…

For many authors, deciding how to publish is a difficult decision.  Should they go with a traditional publisher?  Go it alone and become an indie author?  Or publishing using a combination of the two? Each route has its pros and cons, and with both routes authors do all their own marketing.  Let’s examine the pros…

1918 by Melina Druga launches on Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, Kobo and More June 10 World War I, like most wars, was started by politicians and fought by ordinary men who generally had no stake in the conflict.  They fought because of patriotic fervor or a sense of adventure, and millions lost their lives…