Entries by The Stiletto Gang

Interview with Cozy Author, Rose Kerr

By Lynn McPherson I met Rose Kerr earlier this year at Malice Domestic. We had a few good chats over some delicious cake and I’m delighted to have her here today to talk about her great new book, Death on the Set. It’s the first book in the Brenna Flynn Mystery Series, recently published by […]

Book Babies: A Guest Post by Rosalie Spielman

I want to wish a very warm Stiletto Gang welcome to Rosalie Spielman. Rosalie has committed a portion of the proceeds of the sales of her book, Welcome Home to Murder, to the DAV – Disabled American Veterans. What a worthy cause! Read on to learn more about Rosalie and see how you can take […]

Malice Magic!

 By Lynn McPherson Malice Domestic 2022. What a fabulous event! It was the first time I’ve been away since 2019. I was nervous and excited all at once. It blew away all my expectations. Walking through the hallway and all around the hotel, I saw author after author I admired. Maureen Jennings, Louise Penny, Sherry […]

March 2022 Peace and Love by Juliana Aragon Fatula

2022 Cornmother Celebration Denver History Center Oct. 6th save the date. 2021 Peace Rose from mi Chicana Garden Southern Colorado Dear Reader, It’s officially springtime in the Rockies and it came in like a lion. The wind hurled the little old ladies into the trash dumpsters head first with their feet dangling out of the […]

Interview with Saralyn Richard

 By Lynn McPherson Saralyn Richard is a best-selling, award-winning mystery author. Her newest release, Bad Blood Sisters, may be the best yet. With its twists and turns, it will keep you reading all night long. Read on to find out more about Saralyn and her fabulous books! Lynn: In Bad Blood Sisters, you incorporate one […]

Whose Story Is It?

 by Sparkle Abbey At our most recent Sisters in Crime meeting the discussion topic was “Point of View.” An easy technique for some writers, a more difficult one for others.  Whether using first-person point of view as we do in our books, or third person which is very common in fiction writing, the choice of […]

Expectations vs. Reality by Dru Ann Love

When you pick up the first book in a series, you are introduced to the main protagonist, her friends, the small town that she lives in and the other residents that will come in and out of her daily life. Note: could also be a male protagonist as well. We love the characters and the […]

Interview with a Literary Agent!

By Lynn McPherson I’m super excited to announce that I’ve found an agent to represent my work! Carol Woien from Blue Ridge Literary Agency. While I dig into initial edits, I thought it might be fun to find out more about Carol, and her journey to becoming an agent. What is a literary agent? A […]

End of year ramblings by Dru Ann Love

It’s my turn to post and I have no idea what to talk about. Many people are putting out their top or best list. I did it last year and found it was very hard to pick 10 books and in the back of my head, I don’t want to disappoint my author friends. Like […]

Holiday Books & Movies

 by Sparkle Abbey It’s hard to believe that it’s December but here we are. Some of us are looking forward to big family gatherings for the first time and a while and others are planning something much more low key for the holidays. Some of us have Christmas shopping done and others have not even […]