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GUEST BLOG: Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Cozy Mysteries by ML Erdahl Plus Giveaway!

Dos of Writing Cozies Do learn how to write. Skip this step at your own risk or be forced to deal with heartache, because once you are armed with the proper knowledge,...

GUEST BLOG: Writing Strong Female Characters in Historical Fiction by Stacie Murphy Plus Giveaway!

Imagine this: you open a novel and find a main character who does exactly what she’s supposed to do at every turn. Our hypothetical heroine adheres to the conventions of her time,...

5 STAR REVIEW: A DEADLY FORTUNE by Stacie Murphy

Publication Date: January 5, 2021 A historical mystery in the vein of The Alienist, in which a young woman in Gilded Age New York must use a special talent to unravel a deadly...

GUEST BLOG: When We are Betrayed by Someone We Love by Courtney Evan Tate

Life often seems like a sea... and we grasp onto things that drift past in order to help us remain afloat. One thing we cling to, as constants, are our loved ones. We...

4 STAR REVIEW: SIMPLE GIFTS by Anna DeForest

Christmas promises to be anything but merry for Robin Matthews who is waging a losing battle to keep her ranch and her family together. So when rugged ex-Marshal Nathaniel Hollister grudgingly agrees...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Christmas Mixes (And We’re Not Talking Nuts) by Jess Montgomery

Fifteen years or so ago, my dear husband started pursuing Christmas music. Year round. When we vowed “for better or for worse,” I didn’t realize that would include Christmas music… in July. And...

INTERVIEW: Mark Olshaker on THE KILLER’S SHADOW: The FBI’s Hunt for a White Supremacist Serial Killer

We are thrilled to welcome New York Times, international bestselling author and one-half of the writing team who brings us The Killer's Shadow: The FBI's Hunt For a White Supremacist Serial Killer, Mark Olshaker! Our...

GUEST BLOG: Imitation and Identity by Elizabeth Rasche

Writers are so often advised to “write the sort of book you love to read.” As a Jane Austen fan, I have often wished she had lived to write more books. It...
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