Video: Me and THE NIGHT VISITOR

My standalone mystery, The Night Visitor, is now on sale!  It’s published as an e-book and at a budget-friendly price of just $2.99. That’s less than a latte! The reviews on Goodreads have been amazing.

Blog Tour for The Night Visitor

The promotion whirl for The Night Visitor, my new standalone thriller, is off and running. I’ll be doing a blog tour with stops almost every weekday for the next several weeks. If you post a comment,

The Night Visitor – Pre-Order Now!

The Night Visitor, my standalone paranormal thriller, is on-sale 9/16/14 but available for pre-order now. Pre-order and all the book’s wonderfulness will be downloaded to your e-reader in the wee hours of September 16. I honestly

The Night Visitor — Coming in September 2014

Happy New Year 2014!  I’ve just received my editor’s marked-up manuscript and letter with his changes for The Night Visitor (letters and printed manuscripts are very old school and I love it) and I’m busy at work

Reads of Summers Past

This week, Summer 2013 officially ends. Everyone’s back to work full-steam. Me too. I’m always sad to see August go. August is my favorite summer month. It’s slow and still.  It seems not just okay to

The Care and Feeding of Your Editor

“The Care and Feeding of Your Editor” was the panel I moderated at the 2013 California Crime Writers Conference held last June in Pasadena, California.  It also describes my conundrum over how to care for

No One’s Pushover

I’m continuing my blog series at Elizabeth White’s Book Reviews about revisiting my first series, the Iris Thorne Mysteries, originally published in the 1990s and now available as e-books and trade paperbacks.  This is my

The Next Big Thing

There’s a viral blog event going around called the Next Big Thing where writers talk about what they’re working on now or what’s coming out soon. I’ve been tagged by Matt Coyle, author of Yesterday’s Echo, 

Past is Prologue

I’m blogging today at the Sirens of Suspense about how reconnecting with my first books, the Iris Thorne Mysteries, has informed my later works.  Check it out, comment, love it, etc. Thank you, Dianne.