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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
Today I feature author Maddie Day (alias Edith Maxwell) to share the story behind the story of hew new mystery, When the Grits Hit the Fan. Welcome! Why do you write cozy mysteries? It’s one of my favorite genres to … Continue reading
Today I welcome author Gayle Leeson to talk about her new cozy mystery, Silence of the Jams. Welcome, Gayle. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I enjoy the puzzle-solving aspect of mysteries but don’t care for too much blood and … Continue reading
I’m thrilled to host Gretchen Archer today to share news of her most recent release, Double Up. She’s the author of the Davis Way Crime Caper Mystery Series. Welcome, Gretchen. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I wrote four stand-alone … 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
Today I welcome author Lesley Diehl back to my pages to share the inspiration behind her new mystery, Old Bones Never Die. What an ominous title. Welcome back, Lesley! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I have loved the cozy … 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