Elliot Mason combined his love of history with his talent for writing and turned it into a second career, with one political thriller behind him, that explores a Civil War mystery but with contemporary fictional characters. He discusses his writing process, his unique plotting, and his successful marketing ideas.
Check out my interview with the fabulous Sharon Linnea! When she isn't writing biographies, YA's and mysteries, she's running a retreat for creative women. She describes her newest project as well as the journey that brought her to this point so sit back and enjoy!
Kaye George is a prolific author of cozy mysteries and short stories who has been nominated for the Agatha among other awards. She's lived in many locations and held many jobs and that diversity has influenced her writing, as has her involvement with the "Guppies" and her reviewing for Suspense Magazine. Find out more in this fascinating interview!
Sung J. Woo has ventured into genre (mystery) fiction after great success in literary fiction. His upcoming release, Skin Deep, follows a murder case handled by a Korean-American female investigator. Find out the author's views on Korea coming into its own in the American scene. Enjoy!
Timothy Hallinan is a much lauded author of 23+ novels, many of which were nominated for, or awarded major literary awards. He will describe his three series, talk about why he's walking away from Poke Rafferty and what's in his writing future. Sit back and enjoy!
Suzanne Chazin is the author of two suspense series, one featuring a female firefighter and another featuring Jimmy Vega, who investigates murders in the immigrant community. Watch Suzanne explain how these stories hit close to home, where her ideas come from and how she has the uncanny knack of writing about events before they happen.
If the name's familiar, it's because Kathleen is the weekend anchor at WINS-1010 All News Radio in the New York area. What you may not have realized is that she also writes mysteries, her debut novel, A Fatal Finale, published by Kensington in the middle of the pandemic. She describes her journey in this interview--don't miss it!
When Deb Pines isn't writing pithy headlines for the N.Y. Post such as "Bezos Exposes Pecker," she's creating murderous puzzles for her protagonist, Mimi Goldman, to solve in Chautauqua, NY. The interview debuts 5/26 but you can get a sneak preview here. Just click here or on the book image of her latest novel. Crooked Paths, and listen as she describes the writing life and the challenges and rewards of living that "double life" as a self-published author.
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.