R. J. Koreto, Death at the Emerald, and Edwardian Characters

R. J. Koreto is the author of the Lady Frances Ffolkes mystery series, set in Edwardian England. I had to have him stop by the second I found out this story takes place in a theatre. Enjoy! Great to see you here! I brewed coffee and tea. Choose your favorite. Cream...

Musicality, Crows of Beara, Scones, and Muddy Laces

The Crows of Beara       Enjoy this delightful visit with author Julie Christine Johnson as we chat about Ireland, The Crows of Beara, musicality, and – um – muddy boots. Great to see you here, Julie! I brewed coffee and tea. I wasn’t sure which you...

Highland Peril, Scottish Toys, and Amy Reade

Welcome! Today I am pleased to host Amy M. Reade at ePen. Ms. Reade is the author of Highland Peril. This mystery features a young photographer named Sylvie Carmichael, whose quiet life in the Highlands is disturbed when a murder hits too close to home. There’s...

Notes, Plotting a Story, a Mansion, and No Turning Back

The lovely and talented Tracy Buchanan, author of No Turning Back, stopped by ePen to tell us about her newest release and plotting the plot. She also brought me an amazing gift. Read on! So pleased you could stop by for a visit! Come into the parlor and get comfy. I...

Setting and Atmosphere in The Art of Vanishing

Setting and Atmosphere in The Art of Vanishing by Cynthia Kuhn I’m so delighted to have Cynthia Kuhn visit again. She is here to share crafty tidbits about setting and atmosphere. Enjoy! Great to see you here! I brewed coffee and tea. I wasn’t sure which you...

Dialogue Techniques, One Dead, Two to Go

Elena Hartwell Visits! I love meeting fellow playwrights and chatting about stage vs. books. Today Elena Hartwell, author of One Dead, Two to Go is my guest, and I brewed a new selection of black tea. I also had some fresh coffee on hand just in case. Come on in and...
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