Carol I Hoenig's Writings
Anyone who has put pen to paper and believed the words they'd written were as moving as the Gettysburg Address or as weighty as War and Peace dreams that one day it will indeed happen. These scribes know what I mean, because they believe it will be only a matter of time before their name is as recognizable in the literary world as Roth's, Irving's, Byatt's or any...
Eunice tugged on her overshoes and slipped into her heavy wool coat, her crooked fingers working the buttons into their correct holes. She pulled a hat over her head of curly white hair and gloves over hands wrinkled by time. Carrying the kerosene lantern, she trudged from the kitchen to the bedroom. She held the lantern out to get a better view of Amos on the...
I often write about the publishing industry and most recently wrote here about its standards. Admittedly, I am rather vocal when it comes to self-publishing or print-on-demand. Nevertheless, in spite of the new publishing paradigm, there is still often a stigma when it comes to self-publishing. The idea that if a book hasn't been vetted, even though most print-on...
“A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her conservative family and upbringing.”—ForeWord Review, Winter, 2013 for OF LITTLE FAITH”
Carol Hoenig, President of Carol Hoenig, Publishing Consultant, Inc. works with authors and publishers in a variety of ways, from first drafts to putting together book proposals to creating publicity and marketing campaigns. Prior to starting her business in...
Carol’s Favorite Books
To Kill a Mockingbird, Possession, A Prayer for Owen Meany, etc.