Monday, August 17, 2015


From Suspense Sister Marji Laine:

Today on the Review Page, Sandra Ardoin is highlighting TWISTED INNOCENCE by Terri Blackstock.

Here's a little taste of the review!

"Holly is the wild child among the four Cramer siblings. She’s the pusher-of-the-envelope, the youngest, and the one with the least experience with growing up in a whole and loving family. … in walks Creed Kershaw. More accurately, he’s sitting in the back seat of her cab with her own gun trained on her."

On Tuesday, Dana Mentink will share What’s Hot in Inspirational Suspense and Mystery!

On Wednesday we'll hear from Dana again as she shares some great information about the exciting world of suspense!

Thursday brings us answers to another question submitted by you! This week’s winner, is Melanie Backus! Her question is: "As your creative juices flow, do you have to get away from everyone and everything with absolute silence when writing or does your writing occur at anytime and anyplace?”

For her excellent question, Melanie has won Seasons in the Mist, by Deborah Kinnard

If you have a question for us, leave it below. You might be our next winner! (Questions submitted without contact information won’t be considered.

Friday, Cynthia Hickey will be interviewing suspense author, Hunter Lee.You can learn more about Hunter by visiting her website.

Sounds like a great week, doesn't it? If you love suspense and mystery like we do, you won't want to miss a single day! Why not sign up to follow us? We'll lead you to lots of exciting places! 

1 comment:

  1. I've read where some authors have characters that wake them up at night or interfere with daily life almost like they are real people.
    Do any of you experience this? This idea really fascinates me, I guess because I'm not a writer, only a reader.