It took many years before Mona Ingram put her thoughts for a book about the San-Francisco gold rush in writing, but readers will agree that it was worth the wait. With more than 30 published books Mona is no stranger to writing romance and today she tells us more about why she enjoys the genre, her approach to writing and what the future holds.
Author of the Day Archive
Libby Fischer Hellmann is a versatile award winning author, who, although she sticks to crime fiction with a lot of mystery and suspense, enjoys exploring different aspects of the genre. She has written everything from an amateur sleuth series to historical thrillers, romantic suspense and even a cozy mystery. Today, Libby talks about her book, Jump Cut, why she decided to bring Ellie Foreman back after ten years and how she never planned to become a writer.
Vickie McKeehan is known for her heartwarming romance novels filled with mystery and suspense that keep readers at the edge of their seats. Her novels have consistently appeared on Amazon's Top 100 lists in Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense. Today we chat with McKeehan about The Bones of Others (first book in the excellent Skye Cree series), how she uses Native American legends in her books and why you might find her dancing in the line at Starbucks.
Please give us a short summary of The Bones of Others
Some monsters live in your head. Not this one.
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