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Interview: Edie Harris, Author of ‘Blamed’

"Success is being able to support yourself financially doing what you love."

"I’m excited for romance readers to get their hands on 'Blamed,' but I also hope that anyone who enjoys straight suspense and spy thrillers will give it a shot – the love story between the hero and heroine doesn’t detract from the plot, but makes it stronger." Read More »

Interview with Alison Bruce & Kat Flannery, Authors of ‘Hazardous Unions’


Two writers discuss the art of collaboration and the writing life. Read More »

Interview with Shelley K. Wall, Author of ‘Flood, Flash, and Pheromones’


"I write action scenes with fights in them, so beating my muse into submission is no big deal." Read More »

Interview: Val Stasik, Author of Incidental Daughter


"I would like to be remembered as a talented writer who took the time to be a human being. . ." Read More »

Interview: R. Barri Flowers, Author of Before He Kills Again

R. Barri Flowers is an award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of more than sixty books. Read More »

Interview: Melodie Campbell, Author of Rowena and the Dark Lord

"...if you are going to write, you are going to have to give up something," states Campbell. Read More »

Book Review: Shattered by Lizbeth Lipperman

A persevering, shrewd, rock-solid, substantial thriller from the prolific Lipperman is what Shattered is in a nutshell! Read More »

Book Review: Shot in the Dark by Jennifer Conner

Having read Conner’s work before, I know she has a soft spot for tortured, imperfect heroes with big hearts who at times suffer a disability. Read More »

A Chat with Romantic Suspense Writer Diana Layne

Diana Layne writes like nobody’s business. She infuses old school Jackie Collins with a Gotti twist. Read More »

Book Review: The Breath of Dawn by Kristen Heitzmann

The Breath of Dawn makes for romantic suspense with captivating characters and a plot that keeps readers in its clutches until the last page. Read More »