Tag: mysteries

When One Door Closes…

Judy Penz Sheluk is back again and shares with us a story that illustrates how when one door closes another one opens… It was July 7, and I was enjoying a well-deserved six-week vacation at our camp on Lake Superior when the email arrived in my inbox: my traditional publisher, Barking Rain Press (BRP), announced that…

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Creating Characters Who Matter

Welcome to today’s guest blogger, Merrilee Robson whose post focuses on the characters we create… A magazine editor recently commented that a secondary character in one of my short stories didn’t seem very upset about the death of another character. My first reaction was, “Well, of course she’s upset. Her best friend just died!” But…

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The Books of Summer 2018

Here are the twelve books I’ve picked for my summer reading 2018. A full disclosure here… I recently signed up to be an Amazon Associate so I’ve included links to each book and should you buy one I’ll get an affiliate fee.   To The Bridge by Nancy Rommelmann   This year I’ve decided to…

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