Today I’m pleased to introduce Ripley Patton whose debut YA novel was released in November 2012. Ripley lives in Portland, Oregon with one cat, two teenagers, and a man who wants to live on a boat. Her short fiction has been nominated multiple times for awards, and she won the Sir Julius Vogel Award for …Read More
Archives for January 2013
A little about Left Coast Crime 2013 awards categories, the Northern Colorado Writers Conference, and the Top of the Mountain Book Award. And I have links too. All at Chiseled in Rock blog.
Camille Minichino, a retired physicist turned writer, has published 18 mysteries in three series: The Periodic Table Mysteries, The Miniature Mysteries (as Margaret Grace) and the Professor Sophie Knowles Mysteries (as Ada Madison). She’s written articles for popular magazines and teaches writing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory …Read More
In her teens and adult years, Lorelei Bell has always rooted for Dracula to be the dark romantic hero, but was often disappointed. She went on to write novels to reflect her interest in vampires as the heroes and villains. Her Sabrina Strong Series includes the first two books Vampire Ascending and Vampire’s Trill, touted …Read More
There’s nothing like a break from the routine. I took time off from my blog and from social media for a wonderful time of reading good books, watching feel-good movies (with a couple of thrillers thrown in), and enjoying an hour nap almost every afternoon. I admit I was having a bit of trouble Wednesday …Read More