Archives for July 2017

Interview with Giveaway ~ All Signs Point To Murder by Connie di Marco

How long do you generally let a story idea ‘”stew” in your brain before you start the book? It’s hard to say, ideas rattle around in my head all the time, but since I’ve been writing, I’ve been under deadlines, so if I have a good idea or the kernel of an idea, I try […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ A Wanted Man by Robert Parker

Writing from your gut You need to have guts to be a writer, even right from the start. When you first sit down to write a story, it can be quite daunting. There are millions of books out there, telling you exactly how you should do it, ranging from how you should lay things out, […]

Interview/Virtual Tour ~ The Soldier’s Seduction by Jane Godman

Is there anything in your book you’d go back and change? No. I have the opportunity to do that during the editing process. My amazing editor picks up any inconsistencies in the story and gives me advice when she thinks I can improve an area of the story. But, by the time a book is […]

Guest Post with Giveaway ~ Bad Blood by Brian McGilloway

Parenthood and Writing Last year, a well-known Irish writer caused something of a stir when he suggested that a writer could not be a good father. His argument was a derivation of Cyril Connolly’s ‘the pram in the hallway is the enemy of art’ adage. It struck a chord with me because, as the father […]

What I’m Reading Now ~ The Shark by Mary Burton

Series: Forgotten Files (Book 1) Publisher: Montlake Romance (May 24, 2016) Genre: Romantic Suspense ISBN-10: 1503934470 ISBN-13: 978-1503934474 ASIN: B017IKQW6U Buy: Amazon, Kindle, IndieBound, The Book Depository At the grisly murder scene of a teen prostitute, Virginia state trooper Riley Tatum’s past roars back to haunt her. When she was a teenage runaway, she was […]

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