A MYSTERY FOR EVERY MOOD
Regular readers of this blog already know that I’m a huge fan of Elaine Viets’ Death Investigator series, starring the intrepid Angela Richman. You can read about that series here. Now Viets comes back with her light and humorous, bestselling and now classic, Dead End Job Series.
In this interview, the author of the newly-released Rainbirds shares how she become a full-time writer:
THE VALENTIN VERMEULIN SERIES
Michael Niemann's third book in the Valentin Vermeulen series has just been released by Coffeetown Press. Just in case you've never experienced the joys of this series, here are all the works featuring Vermeulen:
Llewellyn Worldwide, Jan 2018
Turn your writing roadblocks into helpful detours — that’s what author and psychotherapist Bryan Robinson promises with his book of motivational entries for writers, Daily Writing Resilience. Bryan’s book includes entries with titles like:
Henery Press, 2017
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The Lila Maclean academic mystery series, in which an assistant professor worried about getting tenure has to deal with murders and other crimes on her campus, consists of three books:
Amy Shojai, one of the Fearless Bloggers, is an pet expert, particularly cats and dogs. She’s written over thirty books about pet behavior, as well as three thrillers.
So when her friend Toby Neal asked her to contribute to her Lei Crime series on Kindleworld, Shojai jumped at the chance. And which character did she choose? The Rottweiler, of course!
Alexa Williams is a social activist and sleuth. She stars in Sherry Knowlton's "Dead of" series: Dead of Autumn, Dead of Summer, and now, Dead of Spring. Each book combines a major social issue, multiple murders, multiple lovers (or at least love interests) and last but not least, exotic travel.