Sherrill Joseph talks about her Botanic Hill Mystery series. Four kids combine their resources and talents to solve the mystery of a missing Egyptian artifact. Although it’s written for a younger audience, I loved this Scooby-Doo gang of enterprising young people. I even learned some new words!
Christine DeSmet reveals her inspiration for Five-Alarm Fudge, the 3rd book in her Fudge Shop mystery series. Placed in Door County, this book has first degree murder, five alarm fires and fudge recipes to die for!
Tim Chapman‘s protagonist Sean McKinney makes another appearance in The Blue Silence. Tim discusses his years as a forensic scientist and writing realistic scenes in this interview with Tracey.
Saralyn Richard talks about her life before as a public school teacher and administrator and what it took to write her latest novel A MURDER OF PRINCIPAL. Current issues influenced her writing, and made her sensitive to gang members and gang violence.
Saralyn Richard interviews Tracey S. Phillips about her novel BEST KEPT SECRETS, writing characters with psychological depth and finding her tribe. They discuss musical influence and the business of being an author in 2020.
Joy Ann Ribar tells all about her Scandinavian roots in this fun interview about her Christmas Novella, DEEP FLAKES, A Nisse Visit. A little magic, lots of snow and plenty of sweet treats will put you in the holiday mood.
Tam and Mai are young Vietnamese sisters during wartime when Americans attack their village and they have to flee. A BEND IN THE RIVER by Libby Fischer Hellmann follows their two very different journeys to freedom.