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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

Dirty Blood with Heather Hildenbrand

Dirty Blood was born from NaNoWriMo (http://nanowrimo.org/) which is a non-profit organization that hosts a challenge each November for writers to complete an entire book in 30 days. Whew. Yeah, it's as hard as it sounds. And this was a few years back so I was still new to writing

Mystery and other plans with Judy Alter

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,

The Lives series with Joseph Lewis

I have published four books so far: Taking Lives, (August 2014) a prequel to the Lives Trilogy; Stolen Lives, (November 2015) Book One of the Lives Trilogy; Shattered Lives, (March 2015), Splintered Lives (November 2015) all in the thriller/mystery genre, and each has garnered outstanding reviews. Previously, I had a

Lea Wait: My Writing Journey

I’ve wanted to be a writer since I learned to read. Growing up, I read everything I could, from cereal boxes to Shakespeare. Everything I read encouraged me to dream. I edited my high school newspaper (yes, a writerly cliché) and went on to major in both drama (writing plays)

Baby Talk with Judith Keim

Like most authors, I’ve always written stories. And as a young child, my sister and I played Librarian because books and our library were a big part of growing up. In the mid-80’s I wrote my first children’s story, sent it in to Highlights for Children and sold it. “This

Magical Romance with Margaret Locke

Don't tell my mom, but I started reading romance at the age of ten. I'd worked my way through all of the children's books available in the local bookmobile, so I turned to the adult section, where I spied a book with a woman in a flowing green dress on