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Today I welcome author Vicki Vass to talk about the inspiration behind her new cozy mystery, Bloodline: A Witch Cat Mystery. Welcome, Vicki! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I’ve enjoyed the genre since I started reading Nancy Drew back … Continue reading
Today I welcome author Sherry Harris to talk about her new release, A Good Day to Buy. Welcome, Sherry! Why do you write cozy mysteries? This is such a great question and really made me think about the why. I … Continue reading
Zara Keane stops by to share news of her recent release, Dial P for Poison. Welcome, Zara. Why do you write cozy mysteries? Cozies are my favorite crime fiction subgenre. I’d wanted to write a cozy for several years before … Continue reading
Today I welcome author Lena Gregory to share news of her recent release, Occult and Battery. Welcome, Lena. Why do you write cozy mysteries? One of the things I especially love about writing cozy mysteries is the amount of time … Continue reading
Author Tonya Kappes stops by to talk about her new release, Southern Fried. Welcome, Tonya! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I love cozies! I love a good/clean mystery that will take you into the hearts of a small town … Continue reading
Author Melinda Mullet stops by to talk about her newest cozy mystery, Single Malt Murder. Welcome, Melinda. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I write what I love to read. I’ve always written, but I was forced to do a … Continue reading
I welcome author Annette Dashofy back to my website to talk about her newest release, No Way Home. Welcome, Annette! To begin with, I love your cover! My family and I once owned a 1968 Oasis travel trailer that looked … Continue reading
Mystery author Lynn Cahoon visits today to discuss her newest release, Fatality by Firelight. Welcome, Lynn! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I love telling stories with a large cast of characters who interact with each other and can keep … Continue reading
Author Deirdre Verne visits my pages today to share news of her most recent release, The Drawing Game. She is also the author of Drawing Conclusions and Drawing Blood. Deirdre’s interest in green living inspired her to create an off-the-grid … Continue reading