I made a day trip to London recently for a talk and a book launch – which involved a trip … More Books passed their read-by date?
By Frank Morelli The concept for No Sad Songs had been building since my high school years. Back then, I … More From the AlzAuthors Blog: Frank Morelli and “No Sad Songs,” a Young Adult Novel
I do a lot of research for my J.F.Penn thrillers and strive for historical accuracy in all my books, but … More Accuracy Vs Authenticity: 5 Tips For Writing Immersive Historical Fiction
For just this week, the subject matter of this blog will be only indirectly relevant to the Georgian period. Instead, … More One Hundred Years Ago
Mayans M. C. keeps getting better and better, with an altogether excellent episode 1.4 in all sorts of ways. First, … More Mayans, M. C. 1.4: Finger and Face
After the Romans departed, Wales split into small kingdoms. One of them was the kingdom of Seisyllwg. Ruled from Dinefwr … More Hywel’s Law
This Tuesday’s question comes from Teresa. She asks: “You write a lot about the music in your Sweetwater Canyon books. … More What kind of research did you do for Rachel’s fiddle playing?
Fate has smiled upon me: I ran into Critically Clean at Celebrate Holliston 2018. The majority of my posts are writing … More Support Local: Critically Clean is back!
Happy Autumn, readers! Here are some new places you can check out my work: Whale Road Review published my poem, … More September News
Michael Watson is the captain of an inner galaxy cruiser: He has spent the last twenty years running people and … More iTunes presents Dell Sweet’s Hay Vida series
I’m excited to announce a new print book edition of Vintage Perfumes: Classic Fragrances from the 19th and 20th Centuries, … More Vintage Perfumes: Guidebook to Classic Fragrances
Check out the interview I did over on author Donna McDonald’s blog. CLICK FOR LINK Check out the interview I … More New Interview
TANGLED UP IN TINSEL Book 7 Kenni Lowry #Mystery Serieshttps://amzn.to/2xBIeK9 There’s been a murder in Cottonwood. Mama is having a #Christmassize hissy fit! … More Tangled Up In Tinsel Chapter One
John Cullum’s fascinated as wife Emily Frankel describes some of her silly, daily rituals. Claiming he’s NOT “a routine sort … More (VIDEO) SILLY IMPORTANT DAILY ROUTINES
As you may have read if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, I spent eleven of the past nineteen … More The Last Tuesday Book Round-Up
Selecting a Menu I’ve been researching menus for a dinner party to take place in my as yet unnamed work … More Dinner is Served
Devoted high school teacher, Chantoya “CJ” Jackson, tries hard to ignore the man who arrives at her school to try … More Teaser Tuesday ~ Vittano’s Willow
Synopsis (from Amazon.com) Mix together a cocktail for murder, add a few salty suspects, toss in a dollop of sweet … More Book Review & Excerpt: TRIMMED TO DEATH (#15 in the Bad Hair Day Cozy Mystery Series) by Nancy J. Cohen
Just back from Brisbane Oz Comic-Con 2018 and I’m still buzzing. What an amazing weekend it was. After a week … More Brisbane Oz Comic-Con 2018
What I love most about Scrivener is the ease of writing in scenes and moving them around or splitting and merging them … More How to Split or Merge Scenes in Scrivener
The Lost Gargoyle series, 2009-2012 You know, I haven’t talked about The Lost Gargoyle Series on this blog in a … More The Lost Gargoyle Books are going to CANNES!
Gloria and I, co-authors of the Blair and Piermont thriller series and sister-in-laws (S-I-L ), hit the road on Sept. … More PARTYING AT ONTARIO’S BEAUTIFUL SAUGEEN SHORES
So I watched the Greatest Showman again for the umpteenth time a few weeks ago and I can’t stop thinking … More A million dreams!
The new TV season has started. Want to know which shows I’m looking forward to? Drop on over to DELILAH DEVLIN’S … More The Fall TV Season is Here
Welcome! Welcome to my DIY Writing Retreat! Open the door and enter my hideaway solo DIY writing retreat. Oh, … More Part two: Five Tips for a DIY Writing Retreat