I’m a writer, which means I’m good at one thing: procrastination. I’ve perfected my technique like nobody’s business. My procrastination game is strong, y’all. And as a perfectionist, I’m always looking for ways to improve my craft. My latest obsession: Watching cooking videos online. Advertisements
As anyone who’s spoken to me for more than .000002 seconds knows. I’m super passionate about having more diversity in my beloved mystery genre. As you might imagine, I get a lot of people asking me for recommendations of mysteries and thrillers written by diverse authors. Here are five new books I’m super excited about:
We’re thrilled to have Mary Higgins Clark, Agatha, Lefty and Anthony award nominated writer Nadine Nettmann with us today to celebrate the release of Pairing a Deception, the third book in her Sommelier Mystery series. It’s out May 8, but you can preorder your copy now!
I’m still on a Chicks hiatus dealing with the death of my father on March 31. (Thank you to everyone who has reached out with such kind words. And a huge thank you to my fellow Chicks for being so supportive and for donating to My Brother’s Keeper in my dad’s name.) Since I didn’t …
Ever wonder about the story behind some of your favorite book bloggers’ websites? Well, wonder no more because each month we’re featuring an interview with a well-known blogger. For April, we have Kristopher Zgorski of BOLO Books, who will receive the prestigious Raven Award from Mystery Writers of America at their Edgar Awards later this month.
When it comes to planning, I use something called a bullet journal. I fell so much in love that—in addition to my everyday bullet journal—I created one specifically for writing projects. Here are a few tips if you want to start your own writing Bullet Journal.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas. I’m talking about Awards Season, the three or four month stretch where Hollywood gives out awards like candy on Halloween. Here are my three favorite things about Awards Season.