Danger in Edinburgh by Emma Dakin

Danger in Edinburghby Emma Dakin Tea? Check.Coffee? Check.Cookies? Of course.  Isobel Ferguson, a character in Danger in Edinburgh, stopped by for a wee chat before she headed out to get involved in a most murderous murder. Danger in Edinburgh (The British Book Tour...

Granny and Jezabelle: Crossover Characters

Weed Lake: A Fuchsia/Brilliant, MN CrossoverGrannyEdith Press (March 1, 2022)   Hermiony Vidalia Criony Fiddlestadt, aka Granny, and Jezabelle Jingle are supersleuths in their own communities, Granny from Fuchsia and Jezabelle from Brilliant. Because they live...

Writing a relatable memoir – by Linda Strader

WRITING A RELATABLE MEMOIR   Author Linda Strader is here to talk with us about writing memoirs and Summers of Fire. Check out her bio below. Oh, the stories Linda must have in her notebooks.     When I initially wrote my memoir, it never occurred to me to...

Tea, a Good Mystery, and Ursula Marlow

    Tea and Mystery and Ursula Marlow By Clare Langley-Hawthorne It’s so delightful when authors stop over to visit. When Ms. Langley-Hawthorne dropped by, I couldn’t decide whether to serve English Breakfast or Earl Grey. Which would you serve?...

Murder at the Marlowe Club and Edwardian Manners

What a treat to have Kate Parker stop by and impart some manners! Well, Edwardian manners. Have you ever thought about how it would be for you to live during that era? Historical Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series Publisher: JDP Press Edwardian Manners Imagine every man...

Julie’s Coffee Cup with a Dollop of Granny

Julie’s Coffee Cup.  And Granny. by Julie Seedorf, Author of the Fuschia, Minnesota, Mysteries I can’t imagine a life without coffee. I remember my first introduction to coffee. I was nineteen years old and held my first job as a receptionist in an office....

Connie Berry talks about dreams deferred.

LATE BLOOMERS & DREAMS DEFERRED by Connie Berry Author of The Kate Hamilton Mystery Series I remember the first time I heard the term late bloomer. My mother and I were meeting my second-grade teacher in the new school I’d be attending that fall. I was...

The Delicate Art of Collaboration

Pull up a chair, pour some Irish Cream (or tea), and let’s listen in on a conversation between two authors who cowrite a series. Authors Alistair Cross and Tamara Thorne stopped by the ePen and shared some insider tips and tidbits on collaboration. And they also...