Category Archives: interview

A Twist of Poe character: Jessie West

In the last week or two my first mystery, The Purloined Skull, has received three five star reviews. Two on Amazon and one from the Arkansas Book Reviewer. Here’s an excerpt from the last one: “With zigs and zags, The Purloined Skull mystery … Continue reading

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How They Lived

A typical Ozark home and family of the early 1800s The deeper I get into the new book, the more I search for stories to use, the more amazed I am at how settlers to these rugged Boston Mountains of … Continue reading

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Copper Fire by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Today I’m hosting Suzanne Woods Fisher and her newest novel, Copper Fire. Her just-released historical novel Copper Fire, is the sequel to the three-time award-winning Copper Star, a World War II love story inspired by true events. Fisher was a … Continue reading

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