Aloha! Meet Hawaii-based Mystery Novelist Penny Pence Smith

What fun to interview a mystery novelist who also loves to dance and sing! Not to mention that Penny lives in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Below are Penny’s responses to my interview questions, followed by her bio, website, buy link, and BookBub info. First off, congratulations on your new release,…

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Meet Mystery Author DonnaRae Menard

One of the best parts about being a member of the Guppies, an online chapter of Sisters in Crime, is that I come into contact with many wonderful mystery authors. Today, I’m delighted to welcome author DonnaRaeMenard. Below you’ll find her responses to my interview questions followed by her contact information and list of publications.…

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Special Afternoons: Visiting the Louisville Academy of Fine Arts

This past week, I spent an afternoon with high school dance students at the Louisville Academy of Fine Arts directed by veteran dance artist/educator Julie McWilliams. Julie has created such a lovely school, grounded in her strong commitment to holistic arts education. Not only does she want to provide her students with a first-class dance…

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Meet Author Vicki Berger Erwin

I’ve always been a fan of true crime and am delighted to welcome multi-published author Vicki Berger Erwin today. I love that even though Vicki has written thirty books, she continues to be committed to growth as a writer and is currently enrolled in the MFA program on Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University.…

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Meet USA Bestselling Romance Author Traci Douglass

I’m so happy to feature Traci Douglass on my blog today! I first met Traci when we were MFA students at Seton Hill. Already a successfully published author, she was one of my role models. And of course, I love romance, which is what Traci writes about. Below are her responses to my interview questions,…

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Sending LEISHA’S SONG Into the World

When I became pregnant with my second child, the obstetrician asked me how my first delivery went. I said, “Frankly, I found it to be one of life’s more horrifying experiences.” His face dropped, and he cleared his throat. I’m quite sure he didn’t like my answer. But what he didn’t ask me was how I…

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Confessions of an Anxious Writer

Don’t get me wrong. I would never choose not to have gone to see my amazing NYC grandkids, followed by a Boston reunion with my super sisters. Getting to hug the people I love felt like such a gift after this year of not being able to be with them face-to-face. But like anyone who’s…

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