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HOLT MERIT AWARD

Lindi Peterson has just been awarded a Holt Merit Award for Best First Book for Her Best Catch. Congratulations, Lindi!

 

 

http://www.virginiaromancewriters.com/
Contests/holtwinners.html

Trish Jensen has an interview!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donnell Bell asks Trish Jensen questions!

http://www.getlostinastory.blogspot.com/

DONNELL BELL INTERVIEW

Donnell Bell had an interview with the Mystery Tribune.

Click HERE to read it!

KIM BROCK INTERVIEW

Kimberly Brock had an interview on Authors Round The South.

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AUTHOR OF THE YEAR

Donnell Bell has been named Author
of the Year for Pikes Peak Romance Writers.

 

http://www.pikespeakrwa.org/
newsevents.html


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YOU KNOW WHO MARK HARMON IS, RIGHT?

YOU KNOW WHO MARK HARMON IS, RIGHT?

Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by in Blog, Books, Meet the Author, Uncategorized

You Know Who Mark Harmon is, Right? By C. Hope Clark           When you think of mysteries, crime, and agents, the routine acronyms come to mind like FBI, CIA, DEA, and ATF. The more arrogant Secret Service guys like to roll out their name and not use initials. Then not all that long ago, we […]

Fried Okra and an (Almost!) St. Paddy’s Birthday

Fried Okra and an (Almost!) St. Paddy’s Birthday

Posted on 15. Mar, 2014 by in Blog, Books, Meet the Author, St. Patrick's Day, Uncategorized

Fried Okra and an (Almost!) St. Paddy’s Birthday by Jean Brashear   Is it possible to love leprechauns too much? To thrill overly to the sight of a shamrock and too-deeply cherish the color green?   Yes, my name is Jean, and I adore St. Patrick’s Day to a possibly embarrassing degree.   Okay, so […]

NO POT OF GOLD AT THIS END

NO POT OF GOLD AT THIS END

Posted on 14. Mar, 2014 by in Blog, Books, KAT MAGENDIE'S GENTLE RANTS, Meet the Author, St. Patrick's Day, Uncategorized

No Pot of Gold at This End by Kathryn Magendie Lots of supernatural magic happens in the Smoky Mountains. And if some of it is unbelievable to you and you and you,  well, there’s no way to prove that, now is there? We can hide more deeds in and among these mysterious mountains than city […]

Tip o’ the Hat to Murph

Tip o’ the Hat to Murph

Posted on 13. Mar, 2014 by in Blog, Books, Meet the Author, St. Patrick's Day, Uncategorized

Tip o’ the Hat to Murph  by Judith Arnold   My ninth-grade English teacher was a tall, broad-faced, red-haired, vehemently Irish man named Eugene Murphy. Murph was brilliant, motivational, stern, and funny—the best teacher I had in high school. All these years later, I still remember the cadence of his coordinating-conjunctions chant, his purple-prose parodies, […]

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