Lynn Cahoon Guest Post & Peek At Fatality By Firelight

Great interview with author Lynn Cahoon! I’m looking forward to meeting her at the Kentucky Book Fest this year.

Booth Talks Books would like to welcome Lynn Cahoon as she talks about her life as an author on the road and give us a sneak peek at her upcoming book, “Fatality by Firelight.”

Today was about building relationships and having experiences. Writers needed both.

Cat Latimer opens her next writers retreat with that statement and a trip to the Little Ski Hill that’s just outside of town.

13077010_272183106447485_7170828096244345958_nI totally agree with that statement. We do need both relationships with people who are not fictional (sorry Cat) and experiences that occur outside our writing office. So when Sheryl invited me to break bread with her and her daughter last April, I accepted, even though I knew I’d be worn out from a day of smoozing with readers at the Southern Kentucky Book Fest. I probably wasn’t the best company, but the food energized me for the drive home. And I…

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Introducing Vickie and Cynthia: Our Two Newest Chicks!

Great interview with two great authors! Take a look….

Chicks on the Case

We’re as excited as baby goats in springtime to announce the two latest Chicks to join us here at Chicks on the Case: Cynthia Kuhn and Vickie Fee. And in related news, we’re adding Wednesday posts!

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Vickie writes the Liv and Di in Dixie Mysteries, and Cynthia writes the Lila MacLean Academic Mysteries. We couldn’t be more thrilled that these two awesome cozy authors are joining the nest, and for their inaugural post, we asked them some questions so you can get to know them a little better.

ELLEN: Have you ever had a fangirl moment with a favorite mystery author?

Cynthia: At Bouchercon, there was a certain famous someone standing there, and I felt compelled to inform her that her first series was absolutely amazing, that her other series were just as amazing, that all of her books were in fact amazing, and…

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