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Robin Edwards: Hot Under the Collar Series

Today we welcome Robin Edwards to the blog, and we are spotlighting her book One Little Letter (Hot Under the Collar Book 2).   Blurb: Sean Martin, a hopeless romantic falls victim to "love at first sight" when he catches a glimpse of a beautiful woman in a yellow sun dress from afar.

Author Interview: Sheila Lowe

What is your path to publication -- how did you become an author? I was a nonfiction author before my mystery series saw the light of day. After many years of writing technical papers in my career as a handwriting expert, in 1999 I had the opportunity to write The Complete

Laura Haley-McNeil: Celebrate Christmas with the Whitlochs

When a blinding snowstorm shuts down the Crystal Creek Ranch’s cattle operation, the Whitlochs have one mission – save the cattle. ER doc Jake Whitloch joins in the rescue, but the form he finds in a snowdrift is no cow. It’s a woman, a woman who consumes his thoughts despite

Miguelina Perez: The Vicar’s Deadly Sin

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

Camilla Monk: Why I write

I think I write because I tend to live inside my head, always thinking up stories about everything I see or hear around me. I also have a fondness for drawing, which, oddly enough, certainly lead me to writing: drawing is simply yet another way to write stories. I recently used

The Hunter’s Moon by Beth Trissel

Although The Hunter's Moon (Book 1, Secret Warrior Series) is my first venture into the young adult genre, I'm an award-winning, multi-published author in historical, paranormal, and time travel romance. I was inspired to create this new series partly by my teenage nieces and younger daughter. We've watched a lot of YA

Christine DeSmet: Writing sparked by life

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

Flipped for Murder with Maddie Day

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