YA’LL Fest 2016: Where All the YA Fans and Authors Meet Up!

Originally posted on Kiss and Thrill:
Last week my daughter, my mother, and I held fast to one of our favorite traditions: Going to Charleston, SC for YA’LL Fest, the largest annual Young Adult Book Festival and book signing. With over forty authors and their publishers, publicists, and book store owners running the show, the event is geared to thousands of avid YA readers. with Sarah Dessen with… Continue reading YA’LL Fest 2016: Where All the YA Fans and Authors Meet Up!

Move over Jack Reacher…Enter Gil Malloy!

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Meet Crime Fiction Novelist R.G. Belsky and the newest installment in the Gil Malloy series… BLONDE ICE Son of Sam. Ted Bundy. The Boston Strangler. All of these infamous serial killers who made front page news shared a common trait—they were men who killed women for a sexual thrill. But now Gil Malloy—ace reporter for the New York Daily News—is on… Continue reading Move over Jack Reacher…Enter Gil Malloy!

Abbie Roads Does it Backwards

Hi everyone! Diana here. Today’s guest is Abbie Roads whose new, and fantastic thriller, Race the Darkness is out, TODAY! I got a chance to see it early as a reviewer, and I will say you’ll be up all night turning pages. She does an incredible job of meshing unforgettable characters, bound in their own pain, with gripping atmospheric settings. Against this eerie landscape, good … Continue reading Abbie Roads Does it Backwards

Nan Dixon on the Couch

Diana here: One of my favorite recurring features is Author on the Couch by Abbie Roads. A mental health counsellor by day, she writes incredible thrillers by night, and interviews authors on her cyber-couch in her spare time. In this post, she’s interviewing my Golden Heart sister and wonderful romance author, Nan Dixon, for the second time. Abbie, who is also a Golden Heart sister, really knows how to ask the … Continue reading Nan Dixon on the Couch

How Writing Is Like Hair Color #amwriting #Writertips #RSsos @jacqbiggar

Originally posted on sisterhood of suspense:
? This might get a little longwinded so bear with me 🙂 ? How many of you remember arguing with your parents when you were a teen and desperately wanted to color your hair? My daughter used to drive me crazy with these requests. “Please, Mom, Stephanie’s mom let her do it.” Or my personal favorite. “You just don’t… Continue reading How Writing Is Like Hair Color #amwriting #Writertips #RSsos @jacqbiggar

Death at the Needle

Author Mimi Matthews guests today, writing about the tragic life of the seamstresses who made those wonderful gowns we salivate over in historical romances. For those of you not familiar with Mimi Matthews’ blog, it’s one of the best researched historical fashion and culture websites out there. I’m a huge fan. Keep reading to see why. Death at the Needle: The Tragedy of Victorian Seamstress Mary Walkley … Continue reading Death at the Needle

Solving Cold Cases: One Match at a Time

Author S.A. Taylor shares important and mind-boggling information about solving cold cases with forensic evidence as she reports from the Killer Nashville conference.  Lost and Found: Solving Cold Cases One Match at a Time By S.A. Taylor When you hear about a mass disaster, what event comes to mind? Earthquake? Tsunami? Terrorist attack? That was my first thought until I attended the Killer Nashville writer’s conference in October. There I … Continue reading Solving Cold Cases: One Match at a Time

COVER REVEAL: BEFORE TOMORROW BY PINTIP DUNN

By Sharon Wray (originally posted on SharonWray.com) One of the best things about being an author is having other authors as friends. And one of my Golden Heart sisters, as well as a great friend, has a surprise today. I’m so excited to share with you the cover reveal for BEFORE TOMORROW by New York Times Bestselling author Pintip Dunn, a FORGET TOMORROW novella from Logan’s … Continue reading COVER REVEAL: BEFORE TOMORROW BY PINTIP DUNN