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Well, I’m almost there. I’ve been slogging away at writing book two of the Edmund DeCleryk mystery series, Murder in the Cemetery, for ..read more
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In answer to the question: How did you come up with the idea to write about the seven deadly sins? I love suspense, especially ..read more
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depositphoto While figuring out the means of death in my latest Shandra Higheagle mystery, Toxic Trigger-point, I had to come up with ..read more
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Ever since I was a fourth grade nothing–and despite my disdain in book report writing during grammar school–my goal was to break into ..read more
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by Janis Patterson We talk a lot about writing mysteries, reading mysteries, enjoying mysteries, but it’s seldom discussed what a ..read more
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I love cozy mysteries so darn much (so much that I’m saying darn instead of something with a bit more bite). I love to read them and I ..read more
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Right now I’m making the transition from writing a series to writing a stand-alone. There are similarities between the two forms, of ..read more
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I know the title. I know the plot, finally, after pantsing my way through it twice. Now I’m cutting, cleaning, and clarifying. A lot of ..read more
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Do You Ever Use Real People in your Mysteries? The reason I’m asking, I’m contemplating doing exactly that in my next Deputy Tempe ..read more
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History and the Religious Thriller By Jeri Westerson When you write about the medieval period, religion looms large. Of course, ..read more

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