We’ve got feisty heroines, lots of laughs and lively plots that are sure to keep you guessing. Read on for a sneak peek!
Three debut thrillers that you should be at the top of your TBR pile.
It’s almost April Fool’s Day! Find out which Chick is most likely to pull a prank or get pranked.
So, here’s a conversation I had recently with my main character, party planner Liv McKay. (WARNING: Making sausage can be hard to watch. Some of you may enjoy the books more if you’re blissfully unaware of the author’s process). Me: The writing is going painfully slow. Why are you not talking to me? Liv: Do …
When I was nine, my parents decided to move from the NYC boroughs to the ‘burbs for a better school system. This is a migration as common to New York as the wildebeast migration is to the plains of East Africa. The search began in a Long Island suburb called Great Neck, which was next …
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.
I’m fresh off the plane from Left Coast Crime, and it was held in Honolulu this year—which, in case you’re wondering, does not suck at all. Herein, a recap.
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!