Former Judge Debra Goldstein Pens Award-Winning Mysteries

At Killer Nashville’s 2019 conference, I attended a mock court session in which Debra Goldstein played the part of the judge. It wasn’t much of an acting stretch for her! She served on the bench for many years before she turned to writing fulltime. I’m delighted to welcome Debra today as my featured guest author. Below…

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New Release by Award-Winning Author Lynda Rees

As some of you know, I’m president of Derby Rotten Scoundrels, the Ohio River Valley chapter of Sisters in Crime. We have a lot of wonderful authors in our chapter, including our very own vice-president, Lynda Rees. She has a new release out today! Below is information about Heart of the Matter:  Heart of the…

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A Passion for Social Justice: Meet Attorney-Turned-Author Mark M. Bello

I’m delighted to welcome attorney-turned-author Mark M. Bello as a guest contributor to my blog today. Bello’s passion for social justice shines through all of his work. Below is his essay in which he describes his transition from attorney to author. _____________________________________________________________ I graduated from law school in 1977. Less than five years later, in…

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Moving to a New Mystery Series by Guest Author Susan Van Kirk

What a pleasure it is to welcome cozy mystery writer Susan Van Kirk as she shares what it’s like to begin a new mystery series and create a whole new world of characters. Susan is also president of the online Guppy chapter of Sisters in Crime, a wonderful writing community that brings pre-published and multi-published…

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It’s Never Too Late: Meet M.E. Roche

I’m delighted to welcome ME Roche to my blog today, who began writing later in life after a distinguished career as a registered nurse. This month, she’s celebrating the release of BIGAMY, her fifth novel. Below are her responses to my interview questions followed by her bio and contact/buy links. First off, congratulations on the…

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The Book Signing That Wasn’t: Meet Lisa Haneberg

   As some of you know, I serve as president of Derby Rotten Scoundrels, the Ohio River Valley chapter of Sisters in Crime. One of our newest members is the delightful, motorcycle-riding veteran author Lisa Haneberg. Below is her account of one of those book signing events that didn’t quite go as planned, followed by…

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