Katie Oliver is the best-selling author of the new Jane Austen Tea Society mysteries.
Christina Loggia, Newspaper Reporter Turned Thriller Author
M.L. Marsay Delights in Thinking of New Ways to Bump People Off in her Novels
Betty Jane Frizzell, Former Police Chief and True Crime Memoir Author
Simon Michael’s Legal Thriller Novels have given him a reputation as the “British John Grisham.”
Jay Mims is an author, filmmaker, and teacher as the first author in my new guest author series.
This year there are so many films and TV shows nominated for the Sag Awards it’s hard to fit them in so I can vote on them.
Are Some Mysteries Meant to Stay Unsolved?
It’s a sunny Sunday today. I’m glad because it rained briefly on Saturday morning. I have mixed feelings about rain. On the one hand, it means I don’t have to water my plants. On the other hand, it means everywhere I have gravel and rocks, weeds will grow and I’ll have to pull them.
Every story, whether it’s a mystery, comedy or drama needs an opposing force that tries to defeat what the main character, or hero wants to accomplish or keep. That opposing force is the villain in the story.