I posted this on my website about all things Alice Guy and early cinema. Here is a selection and link:
E.A. Aymar is the quintessential writer-about town. "The Town" being the DC Metropolitan Area.
Edith Maxwell has just published the fourth installment in the Quaker Midwife Mystery Series with Midnight Ink, entitled Charity's Burden.
Dead of Winter is the fourth book in the Alexa Williams Suspense Series by Sherry Knowlton, published by Milford House Press. Read my blog about the other books in the series here.
I just finished teaching an online course entitled Hooks & Cliffhangers, Scene & Sequel. One of the exercises I asked the students to do was to break down the pacing elements of a model book in their genre.
Nancy Bilyeau’s fourth novel, The Blue, is a historical thriller with a titillating dollop of romantic suspense. Bilyeau's previous books include the historical trilogy The Tapestry, (an Oprah Pick), The Chalice, and The Crown. The trilogy was published by Touchstone (Simon & Schuster) and featured Joanna Stafford, a displaced young nun in Henry VIII’s England.