- Yolanda Renée
- For Opal: My Book of Poetry
- Murder, Madness & Love
- Memories of Murder
- Murder & Obsession
- The Snowman Book 4
- Murder, Just Because
- A Passion For Murder Book 6
- Love & Revenge: Tales of Murder & Romance
- When Zombies Attack
- Tick Tock
- Murder Blog
- W...E...P: Write...Edit...Publish
- A to Z Dedicated to Margaret Mitchell
Monday, March 30, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
Monday, March 16, 2015
“Mags and the AARP Gang,” another book she's written will also be included for those who prefer humor to mysteries or cookbooks.
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Monday, March 9, 2015
In the first book of the Coulter men series (Past Due), I needed to know if the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was turned off during its move inland. None of the articles written on the subject mentioned whether or not it glowed, so I called people who lived on the island to get the answer. Which was no, it didn't glow.
For book two in the Coulter men series (Healing Summer), I wanted to know where a traveler could get lunch in one of the tiny half-horse Montana towns. While we vacationed in the region, I would ask cashiers and clerks, and on more than one occasion, someone offered to whip up some food.
For book three in the Coulter men series (Fate Intended), I needed some dirty words translated into Russian, so I hired a translator.
And for the fourth book in the Coulter men series (Defying Reason), I needed to know the rules on phone calls in and out of jail. Fortunately, a single shout out on Facebook had my inbox filled with real life prison contact stories.
For me, one of the funnest parts of writing the story is the unique research required by each one.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
~John Allen Paulos