The Disappearance of Agatha Christie #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It’s time for the last Mystery Monday post of 2021. This month's story is about one of my favorite authors. A young Agatha Christie (Public Domain) Agatha Christie is known for her sixty-six detective novels, fourteen short-story collections, and the world’s longest-running play, The Mousetrap. Her books have sold over a billion copies, … Continue reading The Disappearance of Agatha Christie #MysteryMonday

On The Road with @MarciaMeara

Hey, everyone. November is turning out to be a busy month for me. Today, I'm excited to be a guest on Marcia Meara's blog, The Right Stuff, for her feature called, "Ten Things You May Not Know About Me." Marcia is a good friend who is very supportive of other writers. She's also a talented … Continue reading On The Road with @MarciaMeara

On the Road with Voice of Indie @FreshInkGroup

Hey, everyone. I have an exciting announcement to make. I'm honored to be tonight's guest on the Voice of Indie Podcast hosted by Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/voiceofindie1/2021/11/04/voice-of-indie-episode-066 Fresh Ink Group is dedicated to promoting Indie Authors. The podcast will go live tonight at 8:00 Eastern, 7:00 Central. If you have a chance, I'd … Continue reading On the Road with Voice of Indie @FreshInkGroup

Guest Author Jan Sikes #TuesdayBookShare

Hey, everyone! I'm super excited to have a brand new guest on my site today. Jan Sikes isn't new to the industry, but this is her first time here. She has not only one, but two new releases. I read both over the weekend and highly recommend them. Please welcome Jan. Hi, Joan! Thank you … Continue reading Guest Author Jan Sikes #TuesdayBookShare

Guest Post: Lisa Burton Talks about Grinders

Happy Monday, everyone! No mystery today because I'm welcoming back a very special guest, Lisa Burton. Lisa the Robot Girl is the personal assistant to my friend and fellow writer, C. S. Boyack. He's got a brand new release and Lisa is here to talk about it. So, without further ado, let's welcome her! Oh … Continue reading Guest Post: Lisa Burton Talks about Grinders

Death of a Legend #ThursdayThoughts

I've written about Mary Higgins Clark before. I came across her first suspense novel, Where Are The Children in the late seventies and was hooked. In a recent post, I named some of my favorite novels written by her. So, I was saddened to learn the Queen of Suspense passed away on January 31 at … Continue reading Death of a Legend #ThursdayThoughts