So the posts are rolling in and I’m loving what I’m reading and can’t wait to share it with all of you in the next three weeks.
What? Haven’t you heard?
To celebrate A Spy Like Me I’m holding a 3 week Spies, Murder and Mystery Marathon.
But here are some sneak peeks!
Six common challenges when writing a traditional mystery and some ideas for getting around them, by the fabulous Elizabeth Spann Craig, author of Quilt or Innocence.
Don’t miss it!
What does the Deepwater oil spill, the European debt crisis and the barefoot bandit have to do with Elisa Ludwig’s YA debut, Pretty Crooked?
You’ll have to wait to find out!
When does a 13-year-old author find the time to write? And what do his teachers and friends think?
Spencer Brokaw of The Impenetrable Spy tells all.
Teddy bear cams, rearview sunglasses, listening ears, video pens – all needed spy equipment.
Find out how Gina Robinson uses them in her fiction, The Spy Who Left Me.
Hollywood scandal inspires Anne R. Allen to write The Gatsby Game.
Curious about which scandal? Return next week!
Becca Puglisi, co-author of The Emotion Thesaurus talks about cake, er, I mean sub-plotting and editing.
Don’t miss out!
That’s just a taste of what’s coming. More great authors. Terrific info! Lots of stories behind the stories. And, of course, book giveaways!
See you next week!