If there’s one question you need to have an answer to when you’re in kindergarten, it’s “What do you want to be when you grow up?” In fact, it’s practically impossible to make it out of grade school without being questioned about your future plans. So did we know early on that we wanted to be mystery writers, or did that come a little later? This week, the Chicks are talking about our early ambitions.
We Chicks love to read, of course—but sometimes we’re so busy writing that those “to-be-read” piles on our nightstands start growing out of control. Here are a few of the books and series by other mystery authors that we can’t wait to dig into!
Dying on the Vine has been out for three days, and we’re still celebrating! We’re toasting Marla’s wine-country mystery by sharing what wine would pair perfectly with each of our series.
It’s almost April Fool’s Day! Find out which Chick is most likely to pull a prank or get pranked.
When if comes to mysteries, there are certain elements that get repeated a lot. The alcoholic detective who’s running from his past. The amateur sleuth who has to investigate to clear her name. The suspect who confesses everything at the end of the book for no particular reason other than clearing up loose ends. This week, we’ve rounded up some of the usual suspects.
Technically, not all of us Chicks are Irish, and as writers, we may not have pots o’ gold to hand out to our readers at the end of each book. But we do have a few words to share–so grab a mug of something steamy (or foamy) and pull up a chair!
With Winter finally saying goodbye, the Chicks share what we’re most looking forward to now that Spring is upon us.