Tag Archives: mystery

Engaging Readers

Authors are told to read, read, read. I have to admit, between my own writing, studying how to write better, practicing flute, doing bills, keeping up with the house (well, not keeping up, more like running madly behind, trying to … Continue reading

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Readers–I need your help deciding something

I’ve been re-reading one of my favorite mystery writers lately–Rex Stout. Stout began writing his 1/7 ton, orchid-loving gourmand genius detective Nero Wolfe in the thirties (just after the end of Prohibition, Wolfe’s first recorded words are, “Where’s the beer?”). But the … Continue reading

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Washington’s Split Personality – Guest Cathy Perkins

It’s my pleasure to welcome back Cathy Perkins who blends financial-based mystery plots with delving into the relationship-aspect of her characters’ lives. Her suspense writing lurks behind a financial day-job, where she learned firsthand the camouflage, hide in plain sight, skills … Continue reading

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New Beginnings: Guest Author Cathy Perkins

It’s my pleasure this morning to welcome fellow Golden Heart finalist (2008) and Carina Press author, Cathy Perkins as my guest.  Cathy is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. She writes predominantly financial-based mysteries … Continue reading

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