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GUEST POST: Natalie Walters Author of FATAL CODE

“Write What You Know.” -Natalie Walters They always say “write what you know”. When writing Fatal Code, I really should have listened to whoever “they” are. I have never been more out of...

GUEST POST: Jonathan Grave’s Guide to Survival by John Gilstrap

Jonathan Grave’s Guide to Survival by John Gilstrap The editors of Between the Chapters invited bestselling thriller author John Gilstrap to write in the voice of his fictional hero, Jonathan Grave, providing  safety...

GUEST POST: The Elephant at Waverly Hills By Mustafa Gatollari

Waverly Hills Sanatorium is probably on every paranormal investigator's bucket list for a reason. It's a sprawling, 180,000 square-foot structure (it has its own zip code) nestled amongst beautiful wilderness, but isn't so off-the-beaten...

GUEST POST: Easy Peasy Chocolate Eclairs By Carlene O’Connor

Easy Peasy Chocolate Eclairs By Carlene O’Connor Journey to Ireland’s lush countryside with USA Today bestselling author Carlene O’Connor’s Irish Village Mysteries, where local officer Siobhán O’Sullivan keeps busy investigating crimes and helping her five kooky...

THE UNEXPECTED PATH BY BARBARA HINSKE

THE UNEXPECTED PATH BY BARBARA HINSKE Guiding Emily: A Tale of Love, Loss, and Courage has been a reader favorite and has impacted others in ways I could never have imagined. I’ve connected with...

Paranormal Stories by Carol J. Perry

When my publisher, Kensington, asked if I would be interested in writing a paranormal cozy series, of course I said “Sure I can do that—” immediately followed by the thought—“How am I...

Guest Blog: The Memories A Writer Carries by Lindsay McKenna

Do you ever pick up a book and wonder what the story behind it is, and what inspired the author to write it? I always wonder what memories a writer carries with...

AUTHOR GUEST BLOG: When Fact Meets Fiction by Gina Wilkinson

There’s an old saying ‘write what you know’ – and in my upcoming novel, When the Apricots Bloom, fact most definitely meets fiction. The story is inspired by my real-life experiences living in...
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