CJ Verburg’s Another Number for the Road has all you could ever want from a murder mystery set in two iconic periods of American history: the 1960s: Free Speech, Free Love, Stop the War, Civil Rights and sex, drugs, rock and roll; and 1980s: Reaganomics, Cold War Collapse, Punk Rock, big hair and bigger shoulders. […]
New Featured Book – February 25
Historical Mystery DEATH VISITS A BAWDY HOUSE by Adele Fasick A Charlotte Edgerton Mystery, set in the 1840s in New York City When Charlotte Edgerton, moves from staid Boston to bustling New York City in 1843, she finds the crowds on Broadway thrilling. She is young, idealistic, and in love. But when first one and […]
How to Handle A Romance Writer – Repost
Three weeks after the Romance Writers of America National Conference in New York, I wrote this article for Avalon Authors, July 23, 2011 The romance genre in commercial, popular fiction has been attracting considerable criticism in recent months. Most of that has been directed at the more risqué end of the romance spectrum but the […]
Guest Blog: Sandra Carey Cody: What About the Victim?
My guest this weekend is Sandra Carey Cody, mystery writer and Missourian. She is the author of the Jennie Connor mysteries, published by Thomas & Mercer, an imprint of Avalon Publishing Group. These include Love and Not Destory, Left at Oz, Put Out the Light, Consider the Lilly and By Whose Hand. […]