Category Archives: mystery

Oh, My, This Way and That

Because I have two books that will be appearing shortly, plus other publishing work—I’ve been going this way and that. It’s been important to try and prioritize, not always easy. My next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery is due out this … Continue reading

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What Inspired You?

Many of us can look back and remember that defining moment when a person, event or experience inspired us to do what we do best. For me, it was a high school English teacher and a college professor. I wrote … Continue reading

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Bringing Fact & Fiction Together by Paty Jager

The current Shandra Higheagle book I’m getting ready to publish has needed many different people to make it a realistic story, not only for plot and story line, but also setting and characters. Book eleven revisits the Colville Reservation where … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger- Wendy Tyson

Giving Back Gives Back By Wendy Tyson My family moved from Philadelphia to Vermont last year, and I’ve spent the last ten months getting further acquainted with our new hometown. Small-town living is quite different from life in the sprawling … Continue reading

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Cage match! You against your subconscious!

Hey y’all, What’s the happs where you are? *listens* Cool. Uh-huh, yep. Okay. Let’s talk about me now! Let me tell you what the happs are ‘round here. The biggest happ is that I have finally finished alllllllllllll of my … Continue reading

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Nowhere man

By Sally Carpenter My current writing project is putting my first novel, “The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper,” back in print. Before I send the file to my publisher, I’m editing it for corrections and style. I haven’t read the book since … Continue reading

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A Real Mystery Solved and Future Planning

A Real Mystery Solved and Future Planning If I were to write a story about what happened, it would be titled “The Case of the Missing Bible.” Bibles aren’t something you expect to an item a burglar would steal–not even … Continue reading

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