Guest Post with Giveaway ~ The Chocolate Clown Corpse by JoAnna Carl

WHY A REPORTER TURNED TO CRIME      I always knew I wanted to write mystery novels, so I majored in journalism.      This seemed to surprise some folks, but it was perfectly logical to me. Writers write, and reporters have to write all day every day. One well-known author, a former journalist, recommended this approach. […]

October Giveaway Winners

Here are the October giveaway winners.  Groomed For Murder ~ Shannon B Fat Cat At Large ~ Daniel M Bless Her Dead Little Heart ~ Joyce M Stirring the Plot ~ Patsy H Murder of a Needled Knitter ~ Patricia T Murder, She Wrote: Close-Up On Murder ~ John M Adelita's Secret ~ Tamera M Chatur ~ Janan C […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ Fallen by Leslie Tentler

Telling Your Truth After completing the Chasing Evil trilogy, I had an idea germinating for a new romantic suspense, one that was still set against the investigational aspects of law enforcement, but that also told a parallel story about a once happy couple who had come apart in the face of a terrible loss. The […]

Interview/Virtual Tour ~ Jesse Giles Christiansen for Deadly Dozen

Is there anything in your book you’d go back and change? Hmm … I don’t think so. I’ve wrestled with this big question many times, and I’ve finally come to believe that there’s a point in which the editing author must accept he’s reached the limits of his novel’s voice. As writers our voice is […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ Rhapsody by David Lundgren

Writing Young Adult fantasy is an exercise in note-keeping, idea-jotting, event-chronicling, chart-designing, map-making, timeline-weaving, character-developing, magic-crafting and plot-constructing. All of which seem more fitting for a Hermione Granger character rather than the write-your-essay-at-the-last-moment, no-need-to-write-it-down-I’ll-remember-it-later chump that I typified at University. And so, it is always with a wry cringe of shame that I look around […]

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