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Mystery Thriller Week 2017

Shout out to Mystery Thriller Week

Hello everyone!  Mystery Thriller Week 2017 (#MysteryThrillerWeek or #MTW) comes to an end today. Below is the wonderful lineup I had for the event. Each author contributed guest posts and generated numerous support. I enjoyed working with everyone and can't... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Laura Wolfe

Meet Laura Wolfe. Laura Wolfe is a lover of animals and nature. When she is not writing, she can be found playing games with her highly-energetic kids, riding horses, growing vegetables in her garden, or spoiling her rescue dog. She... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Shelley Pickens

Meet Shelley Pickens. Shelley Pickens has always enjoyed languages and writing. At the University of South Carolina, her career path took a turn when a professor proclaimed her writing as inadequate and disorganized. After those words, Shelley decided to teach... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Stephen C. Perkins

Meet Stephen C. Perkins. In the creation of literary fiction is to be found an inherent irony; the truth! Stephen Perkins is not only a novelist, but musician, singer, song writer, and intrepid adventurer, believing the only limits to the... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Carrie Cross

Meet Carrie Cross. *Partial bio taken from Carrie's Amazon author page. Carrie Cross is an avid reader who fell in love with books as a little girl after reading Goodnight Moon. She wrote her first “book” at age four: Blackie... Continue Reading →

Day 10: YA/Middle Grade; Robbie Cheadle

Meet Robbie Cheadle. Robbie Cheadle was born in London in the United Kingdom. Her father died when she was three months old and her mother immigrated to South Africa with her tiny baby girl. Robbie has lived in Johannesburg, George... Continue Reading →

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