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Guest Blogger – Janis Wilson – Time for History

Time for history by Janis Wilson Victorian England is the setting of my novels. In Goulston Street, I wrote about the crimes and search for the world’s most famous killer, Jack the Ripper. Extensive research about the period in which the crimes occurred was time-consuming but essential. The most compelling question about the story, of …

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Guest Blog: FOUR AUTHORS Tell All About Four “Tails” of Miscreants and Murder

FOUR AUTHORS TELL ALL ABOUT FOUR “TAILS” OF MISCREANTS AND MURDER To Fetch A Villain, the third book in the Mutt Mysteries series, features Four Fun “Tails” of Miscreants and Murder. Tell us what it’s like to write with multiple authors? Teresa Inge – We coordinate the stories, editing, cover art, publication, and book promotion. …

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Guest Blogger: Edith Maxwell/Maddie Day – Two Releases in One Month!

Two Releases in One Month! by Edith Maxwell/Maddie Day First, big thanks and a (virtual hug) to my buddy Debra for hosting me here. It’s been so fun watching our careers develop on parallel tracks. Please read down for a double giveaway. But two new books in September, you ask? Yes, I am in the …

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Guest Blogger Susan Van Kirk: The Mix-Ups of Multiple Mysteries

The Mix-Ups of Multiple Mysteries by Susan Van Kirk Several years ago, when I spent winters in Phoenix, I heard multiple marvelous mystery writers at the Poisoned Pen Bookstore. On one occasion, I listened to a gentleman who was writing a series with four books published. Several times people asked questions about events that happened …

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Guest Blogger: Donnell Ann Bell – My Scrap File: Then and Now

My Scrap File: Then and Now by Donnell Ann Bell When I was a new fiction writer, I joined a critique group in which a multi-published author said to us, “You’ll write one million words before you’re any good.” At the time I thought that was a rather narrow statement. I’d met authors who were …

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Guest Blogger: Mary Feliz – Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of Myth – The Seamstress’s Journey

Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of Myth–The Seamstress’s Journey Covid-19 transformed my life into an epic adventure, aligning neatly with the seventeen stages of Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey. For added drama, imagine this essay accompanied by music from Star Wars, Indiana Jones, or Chariots of Fire. Ordinary World My husband and I live with our cat …

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Guest Blogger: Nancy Nau Sullivan – Location, Location, Location

Location, Location, Location by Nancy Nau Sullivan My sister asked me if I knew of a ghost writer. I tried to be a ghost writer one time. It didn’t work. I couldn’t get into the head of character, nor the setting. Especially the latter. My sister is the tireless founder of a non-profit for mothers …

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