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GUEST BLOG: Why Cozy Mystery? by Lynn Cahoon Plus Giveaway!

After writing more than thirty cozy mysteries and starting a new series, this question still comes up during author interviews and on my social media. Why do you write cozy mysteries? The short...

GUEST BLOG: Dollar Princesses of the Gilded Age by Harper St. George Plus Giveaway!

Gilded Age America is roughly defined as the time period from 1870 to 1900. After the civil war had torn the country apart and brought commerce to a screeching halt, there was...

GUEST BLOG: Regency Mystery and…Auditory Processing Disorder? By: Abigail Wilson Plus Giveaway!

“I have great difficulty hearing and understanding people in crowded spaces. It’s an affliction I’ve suffered since birth. Everyone’s voices jumble together, particularly with the instrumentalists present, until the sounds form nothing...

5 STAR REVIEW: LETHAL INTENT by Cara Putnam

Publication Date: January 12, 2021 If they expected silence, they hired the wrong woman. Caroline Bragg’s life has never been better. She and Brandon Lancaster are taking their relationship to the next level, and...

GUEST BLOG: Story Ideas by Kat Martin

People often ask how I come up with ideas for my novels. Sometimes I have no answer—it just seems to pop into my head. Best guess, the kernel of an idea probably...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Christmas Customs in Late Eighteenth-Century UK by Lucinda Elliot

When writing That Scoundrel Émile Dubois, I did some research on Christmas customs in the late eighteenth-century UK. In that novel, the main action starts with the arrival of Émile on Christmas Eve 1794...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: FINDING CHRISTMAS by KR Brorman

The nest was empty: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The registrar’s offices had the tuition checks signed by the farmer father, for this tale chauffeur, and the...

4 STAR REVIEW: SECRET ANGEL by Cherry Christensen

Secret Series: Book 1 Publication Date : November 13, 2019 Doctoral student Hannah Wagganer has big dreams of leaving her hometown of Glen Arbor behind to teach at a large university. That is, until...
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