Tag Archive for K. Hollan Van Zandt

Why We Need Powerful Women Heroes – Guest Post by K. Hollan Van Zandt

When I was a little girl growing up in the 80s, Wonder Woman, played by the radiant Lynda Carter, was on television while simultaneously available at every Walmart was an epic superhero brand of underwear for kids called “Underoos.” You could select your favorite superhero and don the undergarments (underwear + T-shirt) of power. The…

K. Hollan Van Zandt Interview – The Great Library, Slave Trafficking, and the Emerald Tablet

What was the inspiration for this book? How long did it take the author to research all the colorful history woven into the story? Who was her favorite character? What are the author’s thoughts on self-publishing? What was your inspiration for this book? Many slender threads begin with romance and synchronicity, and so I started…

Written in the Ashes – a Review

If you like to read about strong women, this is a book you will greatly enjoy. Hannah, a victim of human trafficking in 5th-century Sinai, is taken to a land in which she is unfamiliar with their ways and customs. She manages to rise above all the hardships she experiences there to become a woman…