Character Interview with Fenway Stevenson of the Fenway Stevenson Mysteries Wow, it’s our third Wednesday of character interviews. This is so cool. I’m really enjoying getting to know these characters, how about you? Well, carry on, this is another good one. Name of book series? Fenway Stevenson Mysteries Name of a book where character resides.
Character Interview with Dominick Maxwell from the book, Relative Terror Thanks to much to author R.E. Sargent for sharing his character with us this week. This was a fun interview, and I’m intrigued by this character. I hope you are too. A book where the character resides: Relative Terror Character name and occupation? Dominick (Dom) Maxwell.
Character Interview with Lizzie Crenshaw from Teresa Watson’s Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries Welcome to the first installment of our Wednesday character interviews. I’m so excited to have Teresa Watson starting off this series. Each Wednesday I’ll have a guest mystery author interviewing one of the characters from a book or series. This should be a lot
3 am in the Cabin on the Lake If you follow me on Facebook, you may know that I’ve been living in a “tiny house” cabin on a lake in Texas. One bedroom, one bathroom, and a double bed. It’s a bit cramped. You may also know it’s been raining like crazy for two weeks.
What are common traps for aspiring writers? Talking too much about writing. There are many common traps for aspiring writers. And this was me at one time. I think aspiring writers tend to like to talk about writing and post on social media about writing, but rarely sit their butt in the chair and write
Why I Write and the Reason I’m Still Sane I’m often asked why I started writing, and why write in general. The obvious answer would be money, since I currently write for a living. But I used to run a restaurant for a living, and it was a very good living. I also built and
Set in Salinas, California, this series follows the private detectives of the Gotcha Detective Agency. Join Mimi Capurro and Charles Parks, along with homicide detective Nick Christianson on this wild ride. Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries Facebook Comments
2018 Bring on the new year! I can’t say 2017 was a bad year for me. But it was a year of devastating losses for my family. But those losses are their stories to tell, not mine. I learned a lot about myself, and about others in 2017. I met some wonderful new friends last
Holidays at our house When I was a kid, the holidays were a huge ordeal. My mom had decorations for every month. Even back to school. But Christmas was big time. My dad was a Christmas kind of guy, silver hanging tinsel and all. He always wanted to go out and cut a fresh tree.
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