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Murder On A Monday—The Cover Reveal!
4:28 pm , June 14, 2018 2

Murder On A Monday—The Cover Reveal!

My new murder mystery, Murder On A Monday, A Rachel Mathews Murder Mystery published by High Tide Publication Incorporated, is at press, and the cover has now been revealed! I hope it gives readers a good idea of what’s in store, and I’ll let you know when and where it can be purchased soon.

Finding A Traditional Publisher Takes Time—Lots Of It
2:38 pm , March 14, 2018 0

Finding A Traditional Publisher Takes Time—Lots Of It

When you set out to find a traditional publisher for your manuscript (MS), you know it will take a lot of time. You probably know that an agent can help you, or you may have already tried to find one, or you may have decided at the outset to submit to publishers without an agent.

Buy Your Copy Of Murder On A Monday In Early 2018
4:03 pm , November 17, 2017 1

Buy Your Copy Of Murder On A Monday In Early 2018

High Tide Publications, a traditional US book publisher, will offer my mystery story, Murder On A Monday, to readers in early 2018. Is this a big deal? Am I thrilled? Yes, yes, it’s a very big deal and I’m really thrilled! Many people, including other writers, urged me to self-publish, but I resisted the coaxing. {Read More}

My Action Adventure Screenplay Is A Mystery Story, Too
4:51 pm , January 6, 2016 0

My Action Adventure Screenplay Is A Mystery Story, Too

My latest writing project was to write an action-adventure screenplay but, naturally, it turned into a mystery story, too. I can’t escape my calling, I guess. The title is Paint It Black. I now need an agent, and the company that is searching on my behalf took my logline and produced a “logline video” to {Read More}

Fiction Writers Desperately Need The Power Of Positive Thinking
8:51 am , November 13, 2013 0

Fiction Writers Desperately Need The Power Of Positive Thinking

Fiction writers usually write because they want to write, have to write, or feel compelled to tell a story; however, without the power of positive thinking—the belief that someone, somewhere, somehow will want to read what they write—they would give up their attempts after a few years. It would be the sensible thing to do, {Read More}