Tax Day, Crime Fiction, and Who We Owe by Jack Sharman

April 15 is Tax Day, a day that remind

Jumping Ship, But Not Overboard by Elizabeth Crowens

Stephen King has done it. J.K.

The Perfect Watson: Finding a Memorable Sidekick by C.B. Wilson

Sidekicks can make or break a story.

2024 Alabama Writing Workshop – Get Your Writing Published March 15, 2024 – 9:30 a.m. – 5: 00 p.m.

Embassy Suites Birmingham (Woodcrest Place) – Deb

THE WRITING OF ‘WINTER’S END’ by Barbara Pronin

As the author of seven cozy mysteries,

WHEN REALITY INTERFERES by Lisa Black

More than once, I’ve come up with a gr

Should You Take a Shower with a Friend or Thank Your Local Weatherman? by Debra H. Goldstein

Today, February 5, according to the Na

Using Past Lives as Fuel – Meredith R. Lyons

I like to write stories with an elemen

Artificial Intelligence-A Gift or Return Item? by Linda Lovely

With the holiday gift season coming to

My Wishes for 2024

May 2024 Bring You a

The Bethlehem Writers Group and The Bethlehem Writers 2024 Short Story Award Competition by Marianne H. Donley

I’m a member of The Bethlehem Writers

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Every Main Character Needs a Sidekick by Sandra Murphy

There comes a time in a mystery where

Carrollton BookFest – West Georgia Writers Conference and Book Fair

April 6, 2024 – 1:30p.m. – 2:20 p.m.

Branching Out? By Rosalie Spielman

Thank you, Debra, for hosting me!

The Long and the Short of It by Roger Johns

Debra, thank you for inviting me to be

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Until my late sixties, I never though

THE FIFTY-FIVE-YEAR PLAN by Josh Pachter

My first short story appeared in Eller

We Must Remember by Debra H. Goldstein

Twenty-two years have passed since Sep

2023 Silver Falchion Best Book by an Attending Author

Debra was presented the 2023 Killer Na

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The first time someone asked me to pr

The Tension between Truth and Verisimilitude in Historical Fiction by Karen Odden

One of my favorite funny stories about writing comes from my friend Susan Elia MacNeal, who…

Guest Blogger: G.P. Gottlieb – Have You Always Wanted to Write a Book?

Have you Always Wanted to Write a Book?   I could never get above a B in…

It’s Not Always a Mystery – But it’s Always a Puzzle! by Valerie Burns

Debra, thanks for inviting me to “It’s Not Always a Mystery.”  I’ve loved mysteries since I…

Story Fodder by Susan Van Kirk

Recently, I read a blog post by writer Annette Dashofy in which she mentioned an idea…