The Writer as Vagabond by Molly MacRae

The word vagabond strolled into my head the other day. I’ve always liked the word so…

Punderful Titles

By Meri Allen (aka Shari Randall) I’ll never forget the moment I opened the email from…

Countdown!

Five Belles Too Many, the fifth Sarah Blair mystery from Kensington, releases June 28th and there…

The Art Center Mysteries by Susan Van Kirk

By Susan Van Kirk For the past eight years, I’ve written a series called the Endurance…

Putting a little thriller in the cozy

By Terry Ambrose  One million words. It’s a big number. Right? Somewhere along the way during…

Welcome Home to Murder

By Rosalie Spielman Being a military spouse makes it challenging to have a career. Due to…

Back to Book Clubs

Galveston Author Saralyn Richard By Saralyn Richard The isolation of the pandemic led to creative solutions,…

Come Read-A-Long with Me

To: You – readers whom I adore From: Me – Debra H. Goldstein When: April 19,…

Give me the Beach

I’m writing this from the beach. Ostensibly, I’m on a writing retreat, but while it is…

What draws you to a book

By Vicki Batman OOH, OOH, Look at This Pretty Thing What draws you to a book–the…

Five Belles Too Many

Is anticipated to be the last book in the Sarah Blair series. Because I’ve been grateful…

What Happens When a Writer Gets Bored

By Kassandra Lamb I bore easily, which isn’t always a good thing. About a third of…

Love and Valentine’s Day

When I think about Valentine’s Day, which today is, I think about it in a commercialized…

When Setting is Also Character

By C. Hope Clark The most enticing books for me to read spin setting into character.…

What’s in a Name?

By Maggie King What’s in a name? With due respect to Mr. Shakespeare, who immortalized the…

How Did a Mystery Writer End up in IT? by Heather Weidner

I have been a mystery fan since Scooby-Doo and Nancy Drew. I’m a 70s kid, and…

For the Fun of It by Marilyn Levinson/Allison Brook

Reading cozy mysteries is fun, writing them even more fun because I get to create a…

Blessed Be the Little Children

Thanks for inviting me over, Debra, to help celebrate the release of Murder at the Lobstah…

My Mother’s Slippers

In November, I think about my mother. She was a driving force in my life until…

Variety in Writing

The below blog was a combination of an assignment given to me by my Hi-Lo writing…

Guest Blogger: Lois Winston – The Non-conforming Tropist

I’ve hit double-digits! October 4th will see the release of Stitch, Bake Die!, #10 in my…

WRITING RACE

WRITING RACE by Laurel S. Peterson First of all, thanks, Debra, for having me on It’s…

Guest Blogger: Kassandra Lamb – When to End a Series

When to End a Series by Kassandra Lamb For the second time in my writing career,…

Poetry – Words of Beauty that I Simply Don’t Get

Sometimes I wonder why I feel such a passion for the written word and yet, I…

Guest Blogger: Charlotte Hunter – Looking for a Crime? Grave-Robbing

Looking for a crime? Grave-robbing by Charlotte Hunter For me, grave-robbing used to conjure thoughts of…