Tag Archives: Guest Blogger

Guest: Lori Robinett

Why do I write thrillers? I write thrillers for the same reason I read them – I’m a chicken. I’ve toyed with the idea of getting my PI license or going to the police academy, but . . . During … Continue reading

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Guest – D.J. Adamson

  The act of self-promotion. Getting Out There! I worked in sales and marketing before deciding to self-publish. This background gave me the confidence to go forward. I’d trained many people to successfully sell and market. Combining what I knew … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger -D.J. Williams

I sat across from Michael Connelly’s agent and wondered how I ended up there. To say that Connelly was an influence in my pursuit to be a storyteller would be an understatement. Along with Grisham and Patterson, he is in … Continue reading

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Sleuthing Women: 10 First-in-Series Mysteries

The Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries By Heather Haven I’d like to think the Alvarez Family Murder Mystery Series was a carefully thought out project, but I have a feeling it more or less evolved. When I started out, I knew … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger – Nina Mansfield

Why YA? By Nina Mansfield Often, when people hear I’ve written a young adult novel, they say something like: “Ooo, YA is really hot right now.” This statement often carries the implication I chose to write YA because the genre … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger -JL Greger

Wait! I think I can convince you that writing a mystery novel is similar to conducting a science experiment. Continue reading

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Guest Blogger – Keenan Powell

Writing mysteries is hard. Like other writers, we try to create engaging and sympathetic characters caught up in a story that moves along, yet has depth (and loads of tension) set in an evocative location. Unlike the task of those … Continue reading

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