Nev March left the corporate world to pursue her passion---fiction writing. Her efforts earned her the First Crime Novel award from Minotaur and the Mystery Writers of America. Listen as she describes the research process involved in her award-winning historical novel, Murder in Old Bombay.
Lori Robbins is the Silver Falchion winner for Lesson Plan for Murder. Her newest novel is Murder in First Position, the first in a series set in the world of professional ballet. Sit back and listen as she describes her writing process and so much more.
Katia Reed is a multi-artist with skills in many fields. We'll discuss her first novel, The Foretold Story, featuring a New York City of the future. Katia discusses her process and influences in this short video.
Thomas A. Brigger has been in construction and real estate all of his life. While building a prison in Appalachia, he discovered how deeply the opiod crisis had affected the area. The result is the novel, Beyond the Higher Ground, discussed here.
Liz Butcher is the first Australian we've had on Author Groupie and one of the first horror authors (and what a perfect surname for a horror writer!). She discusses juggling work and writing, how her newest book varies from her last, and how she made the leap from short stories to novels. Sit back and enjoy!
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.