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The Art of Mystery Writing  by Marni Graff


The Art of Mystery                                                                  by Marni Graff Creating a mystery is so much more than creating a puzzle, yet that puzzle is at […]

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Historical Time Travel and Mystery by Carol Pouliot


Historical Time Travel and Mystery                                                                                                     […]

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Mystery and History—The Perfect Blend  by Michelle Cox


Mystery and History—The Perfect Blend                                                                              by Michelle Cox People often ask me why I write mystery and […]

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Despite Adversity, There’s Always a Way to Publish by Nina Romano


Despite Adversity, There’s Always a Way to Publish                                                               by Nina Romano   When I was writing poetry, I would send out poems to many […]

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Why Do I Write Chick Lit? by Melissa Westemeier


  Why Do I Write Chick Lit?                                                 by Melissa Westemeier Sure, the genre sounds sappy–it shares a name with a type of candy, for Pete’s sake! Yet chick lit isn’t typical […]

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In Search of Authenticity by D.J. Niko                                                                                                                  


In Search of Authenticity                                                                                                       […]

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Hanging the Swags:The Art of Historical Fiction by Ruth Hull Chatlien


Hanging the Swags:The Art of Historical Fiction                                                 by Ruth Hull Chatlien One of my favorite analogies for writing historical fiction is “hanging the swags.” My first two novels are both based […]

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Writing a Horse-Themed Novel by Emily Williams


Guest post by Emily Williams – Writing a horse themed novel – a dream since childhood pony books? Horses have been my life for a very long time, as has reading novels. My earliest memories were sitting on the Shetland pony that lived behind my childhood home on the Isle of Wight when I was […]

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Confessions of a Mid-List Author by Susan Mary Malone


Confessions of a Mid-List Author                                                by Susan Mary Malone   Publishing has changed drastically in the last two decades. I know—not exactly a news flash, right? But for those of us who’ve […]

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Channeling Coltrane by Lenny Della Rocca


Channeling Coltrane                                             by Lenny Della Rocca   I seem to unleash lines that come from the ether. Many of my poems start as a musical phrase in my head. A little Coltrane at […]

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