Please welcome S.T. Young to Thriller Thursday. If you’re into psychological thrillers, then Girl in the Mist is a definite … More Thriller Thursday with S.T. Young
All articles by Cathy Skendrovich
This week’s Thriller Thursday author is D. Lieber, who writes Urban Fantasy with some suspense and romance elements woven in. … More Thriller Thursday with D. Lieber
My first author on Thriller Thursday is Sherri Hollister, the author of The Leeward Files series. She describes her books … More Thriller Thursday with Sherri Hollister
Today on the blog I’m starting a new segment that will appear a few times each month, until I get … More Thriller Thursday
If you’re like me, every January you tell yourself you’ll start getting ready for Christmas earlier, only to find yourself … More Can Planning Actually Lead to Spontaneity?
I signed a book contract for a military romantic thriller back in September. Since then, I’ve been researching terror cells, … More Update on My Thriller
I’ve always loved Halloween. As a kid, it was so fun to dress up and get free candy. My sister … More Trick or Treat, Smell My Feet…
As noted in an earlier blog post, I recently signed a book contract to write a romantic thriller. I’m super … More Procrastination My Good Friend
Love and romance are geared toward women. As a romance novelist, I know this for a fact. Women want men … More When a Son Falls in Love
I just decorated my house this past week for Halloween. Lit pumpkins (fake) on the porch, leaves around the door, … More Witches, Goblins and Ghosts, Oh My!
After my dad died this past February, and I cleaned out his room at his assisted living facility, I decided … More Blast to the Past
Our neighborhood Orchard hardware store is closing. Normally I wouldn’t be that upset about a nuts and bolts store closure, … More A Woman’s Hardware Store
Recently I pitched a romantic suspense plot to my publisher. The feedback was positive. “We absolutely LOVE your voice. We’re … More My Next Book is a Thriller? No Problem!
Remember a time before video games were invented? No? You’re probably not alone. Video games have changed the game-playing landscape … More Board Games, Not Bored Games
In today’s technological world, do kids still play with dolls? I don’t know this fact; my sons haven’t given me … More Playing with Dolls
I grew up with a stay-at-home mom. Growing up, she hadn’t had much of a home life. Her mom died … More The Art of Homemaking
sometimes I review books by well-known authors, or ones I think need to be put in front of readers. Today’s … More Shelter in Place Book Review
I don’t consider myself a hoarder. My car fits in my garage with room to spare. I don’t have piles … More Is Your Garage a Time Machine?
No, I didn’t become a mom again at fifty. At least, not to a human baby. I’m talking about my … More My Mid-Life Baby
Being a California native, I discovered the beach early on. Having been born in Bakersfield, in the middle of the … More For the Love of a Beach
Christmas in July. Lots of people do it. After all, it’s the midpoint of the year. Hallmark channel runs all … More Christmas in July
Growing old. We’re all doing it, we’re just at different stages. Take me. I’m clinging to my fifties. I think … More Life’s Greatest Adventure
Even though I always have a variety of plot ideas milling around in my head at any given moment, starting … More My New Writing Project
My son reads random news off Instagram. The other day, he asked me what the common food is in American … More What Lurks in Your Pantry?
Once in a while I like to invite fellow authors on my blog. I think everyone likes to find new … More To Narnia, and Beyond!