Today, Tina Glasneck released her latest mystery, Burden of Proof, which stars a paralegal named Emili.
Thanks for being here, Tina. You used to be a paralegal, so can you tell us what a paralegal is?
A paralegal is an assistant to an attorney. They do a variety of work from rushing
Have you ever noticed that those who survive the horror movies are never reading? Maybe that's the key to surviving Friday the 13th, good books. Check out the amazing books below from a multitude of genres, and talented authors. You may just find a new world to discover, a mystery
Some months back I was at the Hollywood conference organized by Sisters in Crime in conjunction with its Hollywood chapter. At the end of a long first day in which I learned how to pitch a series to Hollywood, I found myself in front of independent producer Rona Edwards pitching
Tomorrow my eighteenth traditionally published book, DANGLING BY A THREAD, will be released. (Hurrah!) Five of my books are historicals set in the nineteenth century, one is a memoir which includes writing tips (LIVING AND WRITING ON THE COAST OF MAINE), and the other twelve are mysteries: eight in
I love a good mystery. Cozy, noir, amateur detective, police procedural, whatever the form, I’ll enjoy it as long as it’s well written, tells a good story, has interesting characters, and plays fair with the reader. A good villain is a cherry on top of the sundae. But even though
Ms. Miguelina Perez is a writer, and jewelry artist. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of the District of Columbia. As a jewelry artist one of her lariats was showcased in the San Antonio Express-News. She has won several awards including a critical Writing award for an
I started writing books when I was five years old. My first book was a fantasy for children, written on old typing paper and illustrated with crayons. Alas, Cindy and Sally in Polka Dot Land has been lost to the ravages of time.
I attempted to write my first play when
Like many authors, real life sparks my fiction.
And like many, I drive by places—even many times—and don’t realize the history treasures hidden there.
I write the contemporary cozy Fudge Shop Mystery series, set in Door County, Wisconsin. The county is that thumb of land in Lake Michigan known as
Why do I write what I write? My most immediate answer is that I love to read traditional and cozy mysteries. By that I mean mysteries solved by a regular person who doesn’t solve crimes as part of her job, but instead is strongly motivated to figure out what went
Like many American girls, I grew up devouring Nancy Drew mysteries and always thought I wanted to write mysteries. Life had other plans however. I earned a Ph.D. in English because I loved to read—no idea of what I was going to do with it. I married, had four children,