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Today I interview author T. C. LoTempio about her newest installment in her Nick and Nora cozy mystery series, Crime and Catnip. Welcome! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I’ve always loved mysteries ever since I read my first Nancy … Continue reading
Today, I welcome author Joylene Nowell Butler to talk about her latest suspense novel, Matowak Woman Who Cries. Welcome, Joylene. Why do you write suspense thrillers? I like novels with an adrenaline rush. I like the thrill of sitting on … Continue reading
Today I host author Joyce Tremel who is sharing the news of her new mystery, Tangled Up in Brew. This is the second book in the Brewing Trouble Mystery series. Welcome, Joyce! More about Tangled Up in Brew: Beer Today, … Continue reading
Heather Haven shares news of her new cozy mystery, The CEO Came DOA. Welcome, Heather! Why do you write cozy mysteries? I love to read them and love to write them. They take me away to a wonderful world in … Continue reading
Author Marty Wingate visits my pages today to talk about her new cozy mystery, The Bluebonnet Betrayal. Welcome, Marty. Why do you write cozy mysteries? Someone has said that authors write what they want to read, and for the most … Continue reading
Author Heather Weidner shares news of her debut novel, Secret Lives and Private Eyes. Heather’s short stories appear in Virginia is for Mysteries and Virginia is for Mysteries Volume II. Her debut novel, Secret Lives and Private Eyes, premiered on June 20. Originally from … Continue reading
Today, with pure delight, I welcome author Amy Metz to my website. Amy and I connected in January when she hosted me on her website to promote my first mystery. Today, she shares the fourth book in her cozy mystery … Continue reading
Today I welcome author Julie Seedorf to my pages to talk about her cozy mystery, The Penderghast Puzzle Protectors. Welcome, Julie. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I like the premise of a book that doesn’t use bad language, graphic … Continue reading
Lesley A. Diehl visits my blog to talk about her newest release, Failure is Fatal. Welcome, Lesley. I’m so delighted to host you today. Why do you write cozy mysteries? I have lived in small towns for most of my … Continue reading