An Ivy Meadows Mystery by Cindy Brown

An Ivy Meadows Mystery by Cindy Brown

Ivy Meadows Mysteries – She’s back in Ivy Get Your Gun by McKenna, Staff Reviewer There are various elements that drive a story, and two of those are the plot and characters. A stellar storyline can often overshadow mediocre characters, and vice versa. In...

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...
Interview with Laurie Stevens

Interview with Laurie Stevens

Laurie Stevens is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and playwright. She has written for television (Chris Isaak’s Guide to Jazz Fest), for film (Footprint Films and John Daly’s Film and Music Entertainment) and her stage play, “Follow Your...
Interview with Barbara Jean Coast

Interview with Barbara Jean Coast

Straighten your lovely hats and smooth those gloves, Barbara Jean Coast is here! I prepared a darling tea tray and set it in front of our guest, very careful not to muss what appears to be a new outfit. May I pour you a cup of this tea? It’s appropriately called...
Tea with Mrs. Grammar Person

Tea with Mrs. Grammar Person

Mrs. Grammar Person dropped by and left her proper grammar all over the place. Oh the joy, the delight, the thrill of perusing these beautiful pages. Reference information with character. Lessons with spunk. And a sweet little story going on in the background. Which...
Sherlock’s Home by Pamela Rose

Sherlock’s Home by Pamela Rose

Sherlock’s Home by Pamela Rose Welcome to the world of Finn and Echo Sherlock, owners of a mystery bookstore and an adjacent bakery located at the far side of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The small town of Leapers Point provides a comfortable setting for...
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