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.
Hey everyone. It’s time for Mystery Monday. And you know what the mystery is? Yeah, my writing mojo is MIA. Okay, no excuses but I
Sometimes the inspiration for stories come in the oddest ways. I often use real-life events in my books—either personal experiences or things I’ve read. I
Mondays. Lots of songs have been written and sung about this day of the week. Two that come to mind are the Mamas and Papas,
One thing I often hear new and even experienced writers say is that they don’t know what to write about. I’m posting for the first
In my last newsletter, I said I wouldn’t participate in NaNoWriMo because I needed to finish the novel I began in April. Yet I’ve wanted
I’m participating in Camp NaNoWriMo this month, hence my absence from the blog last week. This 30-day event is much like November’s NaNoWriMo except writers
There are times when you come across a quote, a line in a movie, or a sentence in a book that makes a huge impact