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. 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