After three full days of author panels and special events featuring the world’s most beloved and successful mystery writers –… Read more My Panel! Mystery Writers Speak – Day 4 /Bouchercon 2016
You’ve met the other families who live near The Ravine. Today, I’ll introduce you to the rest of them, the… Read more More Neighbors near The Ravine
You’ve heard that saying before, right? And it is so true. Whether you are reading a book, watching a television… Read more The Devil in the Details – Jekyll Post 1
(A television interview in progress with Maria Sanchez) (Reference: Ant Dens: A suspense novel) INTERVIEWER:Thank you for agreeing to this interview, Mrs.… Read more Interview with a Hysterical Mother!
Today, I’m offering up a brief interview with Trudy. (Those of you who have read my book Cobwebs: A Suspense… Read more On the Advantages of Not Looking Smart
Doesn’t your mouth water just thinking about it? That’s what I am smelling and feeling like today, as a writer. Here’s… Read more Popcorn!
When the leaves drop from the trees, my story people start stirring. They are restless, particularly when I haven’t been… Read more Autumn Rumblings – Story People are Stirring
One of my favorite character’s in Cobwebs – A Suspense Novel is Trudy. An important character in this mystery, Trudy’s… Read more Intruder! – Meet Trudy
We’ve all heard that word. Sometimes we hear it during a discussion about someone else. “She doesn’t like elevators –… Read more Feeling Trapped? — Claustrophobia
How important is story people dialogue (both internal and external) to your story? Well, truthfully – it’s EVERYTHING! Whether your story… Read more Story Person Says, “It’s Bull—-!” (or The Importance of Character Thoughts and Words)