Psychoanalyzing Your Fiction

The mystery/suspense/thriller genre naturally lends itself to some very creepy characters. As my beta readers have told me recently, Stay of Execution is much darker than my first novel (and creepier). A Guilty Mind was meant to be a psychological mystery and as such, it was very focused on one of the protagonists, George, allContinue reading “Psychoanalyzing Your Fiction”

Summer Reading Wish List

Ahhh…summer. Could not be happier about the arrival of warm weather, children home, and the opportunity for some much needed reading. In the last couple of months, I have not read much. Oh, I’ve read some online articles, the newspaper (some), and a few magazines in doctor/dentist/orthodontist offices but no actual books. No novels. No nonfiction.Continue reading “Summer Reading Wish List”

Fifty Shades of Book Clubs

Several of the book clubs in my area have already or are in the process of reading E.L. James’ FIFTY SHADES OF GREY. My own book club has not selected it but a few members have been reading it. Although I haven’t read the book and can’t offer a review, it’s the opinions surrounding itContinue reading “Fifty Shades of Book Clubs”